Dassault Systèmes, developers of the massively popular engineering software SolidWorks, have now announced the the educational edition of SolidWorks 2013/2014. While has been designed for use universities and secondary schools, it is built on the program’s commercial edition, meaning our new 13-hour SolidWorks 2013 Tutorial Video course would make an excellent companion for students of any age, especially for independent learners.
The beginner-focused SolidWorks training series goes into the platform’s newest and most useful features for designers and engineers working on a variety of projects, from industrial product design to complex machines.
The SolidWorks course is presented by Matt Lombard, who has authored numerous SolidWorks books and articles, taught workshops around the world, and of course recorded our beginner and advanced training titles for SolidWorks 2012. Matt is an expert in complex shapes, plastics modeling, and CAD Administration. In the new tutorial video course, he takes a balanced look at the capabilities of SolidWorks 2013, and shows you how to sketch, modify, test, and share your designs in a professional workflow.
Here are a few free sample videos from the complete course.
How to Create Pipes
Creating A Multibody Chain
Creating an Exploded View
As always, more free videos can be found in the demo section of the product page, or on our YouTube channel.