Cadjunkie - SolidWorks 301: Surfacing Techniques
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Sharpen those chopsticks! In this SolidWorks 301 Training Series industrial designer Adam O’Hern continues to elevate SolidWorks ninjas to triple-kickflip-off-the-wall skills with even more real-world design techniques inspired by real-world processes. Whether you’re an aspiring design rockstar or an above-average Maker, here is yet another cadjunkie SolidWorks course that empowers product designers of all kinds to use SolidWorks as a powerful creative tool.
More Righteousness Than You Can Shake a Cheesestick At
In the previous SolidWorks courses, we focused on both the building blocks of a well-organized workflow as well as using that knowledge as a springboard for designing quickly and iteratively. In this series we’ll continue our focus on designing iteratively like we did in the SolidWorks 201 Remote Control series, but with a magnified focus on working with the internal components of our assembly.
Part 1: Getting Started
Part 2: Expressing Design Intent
Part 3: Iterative Designing Techniques
Part 4: Working with Constraints: Build the Bracket
Part 5: Build Out the Body
Part 6: Designing Within an Existing Body
Part 7: Attach Body Components
Part 8: Finalizing Internal Component Design
Part 9: Routing Wires and Cables
Part 10: Adding Graphic Design and Finishing Touches