SOLIDWORKS 2014 Tutorials – Surface Design & Modeling – playlist, new course.

 SOLIDWORKS 2014 Surface Design & Modeling – playlist & new course

Hi everyone, me again with a third playlist today. Yep, I’m busy doing some marketing after filming about 40 hours of SOLIDWORKS 2014 tutorials! Here’s a link to my playlist from the new SOLIDWORKS 2014 Surface Design & Modeling course at youtube:

And here’s the link to the course at my website:

This course has more than 6 hours of video tutorials, and 105 video tutorials, including many real-life projects and design exercises. It’s an excellent value on its own for $43.99, but also comes bundled with the SOLIDWORKS GOLD training bundle as well as the SOLIDWORKS PLATINUM training bundle, for extra savings!

Don’t forget to enter ‘april’ in our shopping cart to save 20% at checkout.

Thanks! Rosanna D

SolidWorks 2014 Tutorials released!

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An excerpt from this course:

“Welcome to Video-Tutorials.Net’s course on SOLIDWORKS Surface Design & Modeling. The skills i’ll be teahing in this course are based on our previous courses, such as Solidworks essentials, part modeling, assembly. In previous volumes of htis course, we worked with solids, and i’ll quickly create a solid here. So, I’m not covering those basics in this course; you need those under your belt to follow along and learn here. This is an advanced level modeling course; please refer to the Essentials course, then Assembly and Sketch for the beginner and intermediate materials.

What exactly is a surface? I’ve just created a solid in my graphic area. Let me explain what surfaces are using an analogy.  Imagine this cube you see in the graphic area is a piece of solid metal. I can also create this model just using aluminum foil, for example. The difference is that the model built from aluminum foil is hollow. in other words, the model built using surfaces. Now, technically aluminum foil is not a surface since it has some thickness, even though it’s thin. Surfaces have zero thickness.”