Matt's batmobile: http://www.dezignstuff.com/blog/?p=3396#comments
is a very cool place to start....
Ray, check the product design forums. Here's a link directly to a 3D Skills discussion there, and you can find some SolidWorks items to learn from:
Thanks to all of you who have answered..you guys have been a great help. As I have been designing in the gas and oil field for a few years designing arrays, hydrophones etc I have not had the time to branch out into other areas and would like to. Thanks again.
Up for a challenge ? Go visit http://www.solidworksaudir8.com/ to test out your surfacing skills. The creator / narrator takes you through the process step by step (literary). Be warned though as the presentation totally lacks any insight into the modelling process. It's literary 20+ hours of click this then click that. Nevertheless, any sort of exposure to this sort of thing is good if your new to it.
The downlodable course is about $80 I think. I've definitely invested in worse as far as self-tutoring resources are concerned.
I purchased this tutorial! I got half way and i got stuck! Challenging!
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