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Creating Quick Sketch Models in SolidWorks
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Released Jul 25, 2014
Michael Lozano

Guest Tutor

Michael Lozano
Throughout these lessons we'll learn quick tips in SolidWorks for creating sketch models. We'll work consistently with geometry, splines and the wrap tool. We'll also be learning simple elements of KeyShot to render our model for a complete design.

By the end of this tutorial you will have a clear understanding of how to complete a quick sketch model in SolidWorks and how to apply some basic setups for quick renderings in KeyShot.
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
00:39
Creating solid forms with splines
2

Creating solid forms with splines

 
03:47
Building off existing geometry
3

Building off existing geometry

 
06:13
Using the Wrap tool
4

Using the Wrap tool

 
06:39
Beginning the speaker stand
5

Beginning the speaker stand

 
02:07
Executing the speaker stand
6

Executing the speaker stand

 
06:46
Detailing the speaker
7

Detailing the speaker

 
06:50
Mirroring our speaker
8

Mirroring our speaker

 
07:26
Generating the receiver table
9

Generating the receiver table

 
05:32
Forming the main components of receiver
10

Forming the main components of receiver

 
10:46
Adding the final receiver details
11

Adding the final receiver details

 
11:24
Constructing the power cords
12

Constructing the power cords

 
11:51
Utilizing materials in KeyShot
13

Utilizing materials in KeyShot

 
12:16
Rendering our final shot
14

Rendering our final shot

 
09:00