• This tutorial gives you a broad understanding of SolidWorks, by modeling an incredible Aston Martin One-77, allowing you the freedom to design whatever you want in SolidWorks.
• Your outstanding advanced surface modeling and design skills will rapidly increase your 3D modeling experience so you can make more money as a designer or engineer.
• It will save you an enormous amount of time so you can skip years of figuring everything out by yourself and climb the career ladder much faster.
• It will supercharge your portfolio so your modeling skills will impress companies that will help you to find better projects or a well-paid job as a designer or engineer.
• It will save you tons of money that would be otherwise spent on expensive SolidWorks training classes and provides you with a Certificate of Completion to proof your SolidWorks skills.
As a designer or engineer you need to have excellent 3D modeling skills. In this practical eBook package, I will show you exactly how to model the incredible Aston Martin One-77 in SolidWorks, as shown on the renderings on this page. With this step-by-step eBooks, your modeling skills will be launched to an expert level in a very short time.
After following this advanced surface modeling tutorial, SolidWorks will no longer hold any secrets for you. This saves you years of self-study and expensive SolidWorks training.
Even the best technical universities won’t teach you how to model something as complex as an Aston Martin in SolidWorks. And even if they did, learning by doing is always better. The efficient 3D modeling techniques that you will discover in this eBook package will definitely help you to climb the career ladder much faster.
In case we haven't met, my name is Jan-Willem Zuyderduyn and I live in the Netherlands. I am working as a Lead Product Designer and I am the founder of LearnSolidWorks.com.
Since 2009 I have helped tens of thousands SolidWorkers to improve their SolidWorks modeling skills by developing practical, step-by-step SolidWorks product modeling courses based on 15 years of experience as a practicing Lead Product Designer myself.
In 2016 I met Romain Ginestou. Romain is a French student specializing in advanced surface modeling in SolidWorks and pursuing a Master in Entrepreneurship.
On one day Romain and I decided to join our forces and develop the ultimate SolidWorks car surface modeling tutorial. The Aston Martin tutorial we’re presenting you today is the result of several years of hard work.
After following this practical tutorial, you will be able to model this stunning Aston Martin One-77 all by yourself!
This SolidWorks Aston Martin model might seem a bit overwhelming for those of you just starting with SolidWorks... However, I am 100% sure that anyone can model this car with the help of this tutorial.
Being able to go at your own pace means that you can take as much or as little time as you need to complete each training eBook. This makes the tutorial suitable for all SolidWorkers, whether beginner, intermediate or advanced.
Here are some photorealistic renderings of the finished 3D model. After completing this course, you will be able to model this highly detailed Aston Martin One-77 all by yourself.
However, of even more importance: you will develop the knowledge to model anything you like in SolidWorks.
The SolidWorks Aston Martin tutorial contains 21 practical eBooks. Each eBook is focused on a specific section of the car and includes SolidWorks working files and blueprints.
Here's an overview of the 21 eBooks. We have only incorporated the best and most efficient 3D modeling techniques that we have gained over the past decade as a practicing product designers.
This saves you years of figuring out everything by yourself.
Whether you're up for a promotion, seeking employment, or just wanting to show off to your friends, you can share a Certificate of Completion once you have finished this SOLIDWORKS surface modeling tutorial successfully.
The SOLIDWORKS Aston Martin Community is a hidden and exclusive Facebook group for Aston Martin tutorial owners only.
In this community of like-minded SolidWorkers, you can share your progress and ask for help in case you have encountered any challenges during the modeling process of your car. We are all there to help each other succeed.
You will receive this incredible Lamborghini Aventador model which Romain modeled in SolidWorks. The SOLIDWORKS asembly of this car is yours when you decide to order this tutorial today.
A regular five-day SolidWorks training course of this size will easily cost you €3,500. Unlike regular trainings, this SolidWorks tutorial package will not only show you everything you need to know about SolidWorks, but you will also immediately apply the techniques in practice while modeling an incredible Aston Martin One-77.
And that for only a fraction of the price of a regular training class!
Remember that excellent design skills are scarce and for that reason very well paid. My experience is that a good designer can easily charge over €100/hour.
So how much of an investment is
€497 €297 if you can charge a significantly higher hourly rate for the rest of your life?
Here is a sped up video of modeling the Aston Martin One-77 in SOLIDWORKS. Do you think that you can model this car in SOLIDWORKS?
We are 100% sure that you can model this car yourself because in this tutorial we will take you by the hand and will show you exactly how to model this Aston Martin in SOLIDWORKS.
(Please note that the actual tutorial is in PDF format.)
Q: What if I have no experience with surface modeling in SolidWorks?
A: That is not a problem at all! This SolidWorks tutorial package starts with the basics of surface modeling, and during the modeling process we will dive deeper in to the matter. This makes the tutorial excellent for both starting and professional SolidWorkers.
At whatever level you are now, after following this course you will be amazed by your own progression and you will be able to model this incredible Aston Martin in SolidWorks!
Q: What if I don't have the money to invest in this SolidWorks tutorial?
A: This tutorial package is as an investment in your career, that does not cost money, but will actually generate financial wealth for you and your family if you apply the techniques you will learn in this tutorial.
That being said, I can imagine you can't pay the full amount at once. Therefore I am offering you the ability to spread your investment into 6 monthly payments of €59. Of course you will get direct and lifelong access to the full tutorial right away.
Q: What is the advantage of this tutorial package compared to a regular SolidWorks training?
A: SolidWorkers are usually paying €3500 for a regular 5-day SolidWorks training class of this size. In this tutorial package you not only learn everything you need to know about SolidWorks, but you also immediately apply the techniques in practice while modeling an incredible Aston Martin One-77. And that for only a fraction of the price of a regular training!
Unlike regular courses, you can read the eBooks as often as you want. You have lifelong access to all the eBooks so that you can progress at your own pace wherever and whenever you want.
Q: Which SolidWorks version do I need to follow the SolidWorks Aston Martin tutorial?
A: This tutorial package is suitable for SolidWorks 2008 and all newer SolidWorks versions out there.
Q: Is it possible to order multiple licenses for my company or educational institution?
A: Yes, I offer special discounts for multiple licenses. Click here to request a quotation.
Q: I have another question; can you help me?
A: I am more than happy to answer your questions. Send a message to [email protected] to get in touch with me.
We are a Certified SOLIDWORKS Solution Partner. We receive new releases of SOLIDWORKS months before they're shipped to the general public.
We also receive training and assistance from SOLIDWORKS to assure that the step-by-step SOLIDWORKS tutorials I produce meet SOLIDWORKS's stringent quality standards.
The result is a timely release of new SOLIDWORKS tutorials with extremely high-quality standards, and most importantly, satisfied SolidWorkers.