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Welcome to the SolidWorks section of the Video-Tutorials.Net blog. In this area we provide many resources to support your use of our SolidWorks training. We also publish frequent responses to the questions submitted by our users, in the SolidWorks entries entitled Questions & Answers. SolidWorks is the fastest-growing CAD software on the market today, and is gaining market share even in the industries previously monopolized by CATIA, such as the industries tied to aeronatics (airplane and space ship design) as well as automotive design.

SolidWorks is most frequently used for generic 3D part modeling. Don’t feel bad for CATIA, for actually, SolidWorks and CATIA are owned by the same company, Dassault. This is the French manufacturer of CATIA that bought the American manufacturer of SolidWorks out many years ago. Video-Tutorials.Net provides SolidWorks tutorials in html and pdf that support the SolidWorks video tutorials for sale at our website. Our SolidWorks training provide comprehensive and lengthy training in this CAD software that gets you working productively in just a short time. Our SolidWorks training is organized by level and module. The best place to start is with our SolidWorks Tutorials Essentials course here:

Our SolidWorks video tutorials offer beginner SolidWorks training that teaches you the absolute basics: to use the interface, navigation, and understand, manage and customize the display and position of commands. Continue from there with basic sketching, part modeling and assembly. After this, you can study any of our specialized SolidWorks video tutorials on advanced sketching, part modeling, advanced assembly, sheet metal, weldments, mold design, PhotoWorks (where you create photorealistic images and animations of your models and assemblies), Simulation, Surface Design and Modeling, Visual Basic for applications / Application Programming Interface, Routing, Simulation Xpress and much more. Video-Tutorials.Net’s SolidWorks video tutorials are available automatically via online streaming and download at the time of purchase. If you would like a disc of the SolidWorks training, please don’t forget to order the “back up disc” item in the shopping cart.

Click each of the SolidWorks tutorials to see a detailed list of the video chapters included with each course. Please visit our youtube channel here: for dozens of sample SolidWorks video tutorials that can help you gauge the quality and pacing of our work. Don’t forget to subscribe to our monthly newsletter or social media pages to receive free SolidWorks tutorials and discount coupon codes for our courses. Bookmark these SolidWorks blog pages to receive additional tips and training opportunities. SCROLL DOWN FOR SOLIDWORKS POSTS.

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NASTRAN-in-CAD FEA Simulation – Review Part 4 More about AutoDesk’s new NASTRAN-in-CAD FEA Simulation module–picking up right where I left off. The good news is that Nastran-in-CAD FEA Simulation is easy to install and access, and stable upon installation. This may seem trivial, but it’s important for those designers used to Inventor who don’t have […]

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Cool SOLIDWORKS Projects

Cool SOLIDWORKS projects

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Solidworks tutorials Surface Design - how to knit surfaces

SOLIDWORKS tutorials surface design – How to knit two surfaces together into a single continuous surface

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SOLIDWORKS assembly design

SOLIDWORKS Assembly design – top down, bottom up, middle of the road?

SOLIDWORKS Assembly design- all you need to know Ah, SOLIDWORKS assembly design…top down, bottom up, middle of the road approach? How can I edit my features, parts and components once I’ve started putting them all together in an assembly? Looking to figure out how to work in the SOLIDWORKS assesmbly design environment? Click here for […]

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SOLIDWORKS mobile connectivity

SOLIDWORKS mobile connectivity launched

SOLIDWORKS Mobile Connectivity Now you can work on product development anywhere, anytime with Dassault’s new solutions for SOLIDWORKS mobile connectivity.  To learn more, please click here >> Extend connectivity for SOLIDWORKS® Enterprise Product Data Management (EPDM) with the new Web2 client.  This mobile communication tool gives your team secure access to vital information in your […]

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SOLIDWORKS World 2015-February-2015

SOLIDWORKS World 2015 – It’s not too late to register SOLIDWORKS World 2015 is just around the corner! It’s not too late to register. And what a perfect location, in Arizona in the northern hemisphere’s winter! February 8th – 11th, 2015     Sunday-Wednesday Phoenix Convention Center  Phoenix, Arizona USA (Exhibit Halls A-B, North 300 Level) SOLIDWORKS […]

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