Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional CSWP

4 November:Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional (CSWP) – PG

For Whom:
SOLIDWORKS Users

Description:
A Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional is an individual that has successfully passed our advanced skills examination.

Each CSWP has proven their ability to design and analyze parametric parts and moveable assemblies using a variety of complex features in SOLIDWORKS.

Recommended Training Courses:
SOLIDWORKS Essentials, SOLIDWORKS Drawings, Advanced Part Modeling and Advanced Assembly Modeling.

The current release of the CSWP Exam has been broken down into three separate segments.  This new system means you no longer have to set aside a block of time to take the entire exam in one sitting.  The segmented exam allows you to take each segment at any time, and in any order, and if you choose you can take all three in a row.  Once you pass a segment, you will not have to take it again.  If you fail a segment, you will be able to purchase just that segment and take it again.  Once all three segments have been successfully completed, you will automatically receive your CSWP Certification.

Exam Length:
3 hours 30 minutes (All segments total)

Minimum Passing grade: 75% in each segment
All candidates receive electronic certificates, business card logos and personal listing on CSWP directory* when they pass.

Exam features hands-on challenges in these areas:

Segment 1: (90 Minutes)

  • Create a part from a drawing
  • Use linked dimensions and equations to aid in modeling
  • Use of equations to relate dimensions
  • Update of parameters and dimension sizes
  • Mass property analysis
  • Modification of geometry on initial part to create a more complex part

Segment 2: (40 Minutes)

  • Creating configurations from other configurations
  • Changing configurations
  • Mass properties
  • Changing features of an existing SOLIDWORKS part

Segment 3: (80 Minutes)

  • Creating an assembly
  • Adding parts to an assembly
  • Doing collision detection when moving a part in an assembly
  • Mates
  • Replacing a part with another part in an assembly
  • Creating a coordinate system
  • Using a coordinate system to perform mass properties analysis

 

Standard SolidWorks tools that may be covered in the exam include:

  • Sketch entities – lines, rectangles, circles, arcs, ellipses, centerlines
  • Sketch tools – offset, convert, trim
  • Sketch relations
  • Boss and cut features – extrudes, revolves, sweeps, lofts
  • Fillets and chamfers
  • Draft
  • Shell
  • Hole Wizard
  • Linear, circular and fill patterns
  • Linked dimensions
  • Equations
  • Mirror
  • Dimensions
  • Feature conditions – start and end
  • Multi-body parts
  • Rib
  • Feature scope
  • Mass properties
  • Move/Delete face
  • Materials
  • Restraints
  • Inserting components – new and existing
  • Standard mates and advanced mates
  • Reference geometry – planes, axis, mate references
  • In-context features
  • Interference detection
  • Suppression states
  • Move/Rotate component
  • Assembly features
  • Collision detection in an assembly
  • External references
  • Design tables
  • Dimensions and model items

Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event.