Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 23, 2016
Duration
2h 13m
Description

Throughout these lessons, we will be creating a sheet metal part for an electrical enclosure confined and driven by a design envelope along with various tools including the edge and miter flanges, bolt holes, a vent, and various other features. We will cover the creation of a portion of an electrical enclosure to house equipment for assembly line processing machines. You will also learn how to apply basic properties for your sheet metal part, a base flange, edge flange, miter flange, the hole wizard, and the vent fastener feature as well as various options and methods. Ultimately, a sheet metal part model is created and ready to be assembled with other sheet parts, components, and fasteners to create an electrical enclosure. Software required: SOLIDWORKS 2012 and up.

About the author
About the author

Chris Scarlett is a teacher and designer with 14 years of experience in Computer Aided Design program at various schools, a regional engineering firm, and for many of his own clients.

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