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Enter SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids where you can create, revise and express your ideas. You can 3D-print or share your creations with other dreamers to make them come alive.
How do you combine Math, Science, Technology, Engineering, History and Art and meet educational standards in your classroom? The Great Pyramid program”allow your student to learn about the engineering design process and practice by building pyramids in teams, using everyday household items.
Find on Companion Learning Space online courses dedicated to beginner and advanced users to start teaching or transform engineering practices.
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DraftSight is a professional-grade 2D design and drafting solution that lets you create, edit, view and markup any kind of 2D drawing. A familiar user interface and a minimal learning curve facilitates an easy transition from your current CAD application.
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The education program brochure will give you a glimpse on what we propose to start working with 3D solutions.
|a. Computer Aided Dispatch|
|b. Aided Design|
|c. Computerized Assisted Drawing|
|d. Coronary Artery Disease|
a. Conceptual design and layout of products
b. Strength and dynamic analysis of parts, assemblies or buildings
c. Definition of manufacturing methods of components or toolings
d. All of the above
e. Part Design
a. In 2D only
b. In 3D only
c. In 2D and 3D but not related
d. In associative 2D and 3D
e. Using a generative or a spec-driven methodology
a. I do not
b. By explaining how parts will be produced
c. By having students actually manufacture the part/s they designed
d. By having the CAD tool assisting in designing manufacturable parts
a. Biological optimization
b. Tangency optimization
c. Topological optimization
a. To 3D print a part that they designed
b. To Machine a part that they designed
c. To produce such part by other computer controlled machines
d. To produce such part manually
e. To have such part produced by a third party
f. None of the above
a. Airplane manufacturing
d. Additive manufacturing
a. I don't
b. By having several students working together on the same part design
c. By having parts in an assembly designed by different students
d. By having students design in context of a pre-existing assembly
e. In other ways
a. Software Activity Balancing (SAB)
b. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)
c. Enterprise Resource Management (ERM)
d. Integrated Manual Manufacturing (IMM)
a. Design for manufacturing
b. Design to cost
c. Inventory based manufacturing
a. 0-5 years
b. 6-10 years
c. 11-15 years
d. More than 15 years
a. Computer-aided design (CAD)
b. Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM)
c. Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
d. Product Data Management (PDM)
a. Boeing 777
b. Airbus A380
c. Boeing 757
d. Consumer Goods & Retail
a. Set the initial selling price
b. Share designs with peers
c. Specify the geometric precision of parts
d. Visualize the design before submitting it to production
a. Gain insight into key factors of quality and performance
b. Ensure compliance with market requirements and regulations
c. Guarantee a better design than competitors
d. Optimize the effectiveness of every user