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Learn SOLIDWORKS. Master the basics of this industry-leading CAD software with our introductory SOLIDWORKS training course.
Review the essential tools and modeling concepts necessary to design efficiently in SOLIDWORKS.
Check out the new features and tool enhancements in SOLIDWORKS 2016, the industry-leading 3D CAD software for designing sheet metal, weldments, surfacing, and tool-and-die parts and assemblies.
Improve your top-down or in-context assembly design skills using a "skeleton modeling" strategy and SOLIDWORKS.
Jump-start your weldment design skills by learning to use SOLIDWORKS weldments to create a steel building.
Get up to speed with the surfacing tools within SOLIDWORKS fast. Learn how to create and modify surfaces, troubleshoot common issues, and manipulate faces in surfaces and solids.
Learn how to model the front triangle section of a bicycle frame in this fast-paced, advanced-level SOLIDWORKS tutorial.
Walks you through building weldments and fabricated models in SOLIDWORKS.
Practice your SOLIDWORKS design skills in this project-based course on modeling motorcycle engine parts.
Take your sheet metal skills to the next level by designing a sheet metal enclosure with SOLIDWORKS in this project-based course.
Start creating manufacturing-ready parts and assemblies, as well as detailed drawings and bills of materials with SOLIDWORKS 2014.
Create a photorealistic image or video of your product with PhotoView 360, a rendering and animation plugin for SOLIDWORKS.
Learn to design parts and assemblies using the sheet metal tools in SOLIDWORKS.
Shows how to create manufacturing-ready parts and assemblies in SOLIDWORKS 2012.
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