Training can be seen in two ways – as an investment or a cost. How do you see it? Do you have the time to train yourself on using new software while meeting deadlines? What if you have a fabulous idea but are not sure how to bring it to life? Can you afford to backtrack and correct errors that were easily avoided? Do you want your team to shine as effective SolidWorks users? By taking a few minutes from your schedules and investing a few minutes to watch a training video a couple times a week you and your team can design more quickly, effectively and creatively.
SolidWorks Tips Daily and Using SolidWorks consists of 100’s of videos and articles covering Parts, Drawings, Assemblies, Surfacing, Sheet Metal, Weldments, Macros, SolidWorks Performance, Insight to the options, Modeling Techniques, Routing, Reverse Engineering, Multi-Bodies, Equations, Toolbox, Visualization (Rendering), and more.
A good foundation is the basis of every successful design. CADXpand goes beyond the “picks and clicks”, using the correct feature at the correct time and also knowing that a tool exists, not only to get your design done but get it done faster. The practices covered at SolidWorks Tips Daily and Using SolidWorks will significantly reduce the time it takes to become proficient with SolidWorks and will prevent the development of “bad habits”.
Using the lessons learned at SolidWorks Tips Daily and Using SolidWorks will simplify the process of modeling complex parts.
Who are We?:
Ben (Using SolidWorks) and Neil (SolidWorks Tips Daily) have over 37 years of combined SolidWorks experience.
Neil is the currently the SolidWorks 2012 Model Mania champion and has been a 100% SolidWorks user since SolidWorks Beta 96. While doing SolidWorks support at a VAR at the time for approximately 20% of the SolidWorks users in the world, he created solidworkstips.com in October of 1999. Over 1,000,000,000 visits have been logged with tons of modeling time and company dollars saved by users like you, because of the site. For the past 19 years, he has run his consulting business, helping companies start, finish, or get through their designs using SolidWorks.
Ben has been in the SolidWorks consulting business for the last 18 years helping other companies learn to make the best of their SolidWorks installations and teaches the best practices needed to use these tools more efficiently. His tutorial videos have been featured on many magazines, online magazines and blogs and at SolidWorks site itself.