TriMech is fortunate to work with clients from Maine to Florida and out to Arkansas, offering a range of engineering solutions. This week’s client story showcases a client’s use of SOLIDWORKS Drawing Training.
Taking Advantage of SOLIDWORKS Drawings Training
Documenting your designs so that manufacturing and fabrication can be done to specification can be a challenging task. Accurate manufacturing and assembly information is very important, as issues with documentation can lead to costly errors and can increase your time to market.
Although and introduction to engineering drawings is covered in our SOLIDWORKS Essentials course, our SOLIDWORKS Drawings course takes a more thorough look at: working with standard and derived views, adding dimensions and annotations, working with tables and creating custom templates and sheet formats.
How SOLIDWORKS Drawings Training Speeds Up Documentation Time
One of our clients in the aerospace and defense industries, has leveraged the topics covered in our Drawings course to speed up their documentation time while minimizing errors and rework.
By being able to standardize common sheet formats, borders, title blocks and other company standards, they are minimizing issues and able to while ensuring that all of the users are maintaining consistency across their designs and drawings. In addition to advanced documentation techniques and tips, we also covered how to leverage a model’s metadata to automate information in title blocks, tables, bills of materials, balloons, etc. This allows them to eliminate steps and save time while creating informative and concise engineering drawings.
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