Strictly Necessary Cookie should be enabled at all times so that we can save your preferences for cookie settings.
If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.
This website uses Facebook to see which products you are viewing on our website. This way we can show you relevant advertisements on Facebook. Without these cookies we can’t send you custom offers and discount coupons on Facebook.
This cookie is coming from Facebook and will be saved for max 2 years.
Names: lu, xs, s, presence, act, c_user, csm, p, fr, datr
Facebook doesn’t share your information with 3th parties. Privacy statement
This website uses YouTube to display our SolidWorks video tutorials. Without these cookies we can’t send show you our free SolidWorks tutorials.
This cookie is coming from YouTube and will be saved for max 7 months.
Names: VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE and YSC
YouTube does share anonymous information with 3th parties. Privacy statement
Please enable Strictly Necessary Cookies first so that we can save your preferences!
More information about our Cookies Policy
All the tutorials posted are very good for beginners
Great looking stuff !
enjoyed going through the tutorials.
I was wondering how did you get this rendering done, what software …..
it would be great to have a tutorial for this rendering (with the liquids)
thanks and keep doing a great job
You’re welcome! 🙂 The rendering is done with PhotoView360 for the glass. The purple liquid splashes are done using Photoshop so not in 3D 😉 If you want to render liquids in 3D I recommend you to use Mudbox or Maya
am enjoying every minute i spend doing this tutorial. thanx
i am very glad that u have done such a good job . in this way we are getting some extra knowledge . and do u have any video tutorials also if yes then please upload the links … thank you
Your Comments Really I am enjoying your tutorials and i am being a fresh student for you actually i am working as a Aluminium extrusion designer and i am lerner in this software. previsoly i was working Auto cad in my new company there are people known to this software.
need more tutorial free of cost…
More free SolidWorks tutorials are comming! 🙂
Your Comments I.would like to learn solidworks
Life is short, and this artclie saved valuable time on this Earth.
Great tutorials! can you place a free tutorial about rendering as nice as you have done it with this bodum glass?
Hi Michiel, at this moment is my PhotoView 360 iPhone tutorial the only one where I teach how to create realistic renders. I’ll let you know when I’ve some free stuff about this subject.
I Wd Like To lern about solid parts assembly .And thise great
very useful …………great
Anyone knows how to do modeling of Boeing 737 airplane?
Hi Jong, you can download a free SolidWorks model of a Boeing 707 here: http://grabcad.com/library/boeing-707-from-airplane You can use it as reference object for your Boeing 737. Good luck and send me some pictures when it’s finished! 🙂
i am beginner for solid work so i want full specifications tutorials lesson.
nice TUtorial.. very intresting and enjoying… 🙂
Nice job sir
Your Comments I really appreciated this work. i need more tutorials plz send if u can it’s lot of help to improve my solid works ability again nice piece of work
very good . please send tjis tutorial and other good tutorials
Hi Jon.very very good and very useful.thank
Jan you are too much….ur tutorials are well explaind…..u boosted my morals….thank you very much….pls whats ur email address…..
Hi Amos! Thanks! 🙂 My emailadress is email@example.com
Hi, Jan. Thank you. Found some new features 🙂
Hey there can u tell me how to add liquids to this? I know u said photoshop but id love to learn to just add elements to my renders to make them just that bit better, like non perfect ice, or a liquid?
ps awsome tutorials 😀
Well, you can add liquids in 3ds Max but SolidWorks is much more difficult. I still recommend Photoshop for a splashy liquid 🙂
You are awesome..this is amazing…I have learnt features that i would have never even turned to while developing products.
Hi Arvind, Youre welcome! Let me know when you have any specific questions about some features.
Thank you very much for all. Happy new year 2016!My best regards.