I was wondering if anyone here has the experience of working with the premium tutorials on solidworkstutorials.net?
Since he charges for some content, how much value these have depends mostly on the end user: what their budget is, what their SW goals are, what their current SW abilities are, etc.
As far as the content, there are several free tutorials which, as the site states, are meant for content evaluation.
So, try the free content and be your own judge.
This applies to any site offering SW assistance and regardless of the cost of anyone's SW content, each bit of content has its own value.
Even free content, a lot of which, struggle to be worth their price.
I'm still on the first tutorial of the ones from solidworks.com and they're already impossible to follow because they're out of date; if the ones from solidworkstutorials.net are up to date they might be worth it.
For example: https://forum.solidworks.com/thread/218772
This has been a known bug for over a year and they've ignored it.
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