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Leave it up to industrial designer Adam O’Hern and his industrial design training site cadjunkie to sharpen those SolidWorks Ninja skills. Released today, the new and improved course pages for the SolidWorks 101, 201 and 301 series are the perfect way to stay on top of your SolidWorks skill set.

Featuring projects including a robot design, a remote control design and a subwoofer design, the courses focus on using SolidWorks as a creative tool for working quickly and iteratively in an industrial design workflow.

Curious to learn more? Take a look at the samples below:

SolidWorks 101 | Design a Robot

Industrial designer Adam O’Hern takes you from SolidWorks newbie to ninja with real-world techniques. Developed while teaching courses at universities and design offices, this course empowers product designers to use SolidWorks as a creative tool.

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SolidWorks 201 | Design a Remote Control

Hold onto your nunchacku! In this SolidWorks 201 Training Series industrial designer Adam O’Hern elevates SolidWorks ninjas to even more lethal status with more real-world design techniques inspired by real-world processes. Whether you’re an aspiring design rockstar or an above-average Maker, this course empowers product designers of all kinds to use SolidWorks as a powerful creative tool.

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SolidWorks 301 | Design a Subwoofer

Sharpen those chopsticks! In this SolidWorks 301 Training Series industrial designer Adam O’Hern continues to elevate SolidWorks ninjas to triple-kickflip-off-the-wall skills with even more real-world design techniques inspired by real-world processes. Whether you’re an aspiring design rockstar or an above-average Maker, here is yet another cadjunkie SolidWorks course that empowers product designers of all kinds to use SolidWorks as a powerful creative tool.

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If you’re not yet a cadjunkie member, you’re missing out! For $19 a month, members have full-access to the entire library of streaming industrial design training videos and project files. For more information, head on over to the cadjunkie sign-up page.

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  • The Mouse

    Thank you, Adam for creating these downloadable versions! You are awesome!

  • Adam

    Glad it’s helpful! Will most def be doing more :)