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“Here’s The Quickest and Easiest Way To Master Surface Modeling
In SolidWorks”

It’s no secret here – the more skillful you are, the faster you can work but we all know that…

SolidWorks Surface Modeling Can Be Hard To Master. That’s a fact!

I remember when I first started learning surface modeling I was so excited, as I knew I was on the verge of creating cool designs (I’d seen so many awesome examples of what people could do with surface modeling), and I just couldn’t wait to start working with it.

But when I started my first surface modeling project I was in shock, I felt completely lost because I just couldn’t do anything. It was so frustrating!

So, I searched online for an easy to follow guide but there just wasn’t anything useful. The tutorials were either too easy or too vague and for the most part… boring.

Car In SolidWorks - Side ViewWhat I wanted was a pratical step-by-step tutorial to learn the software without all the needless technical babble. A tutorial with step-by-step instructions on how to model a concrete example.

I wanted a tutorial that would help me to get results immediately.

Maybe you can relate to my story?

Well… if that’s the case… then I have good news for you because…

Now You Can Give Yourself The Unfair Advantage Of Mastering Surface Modeling In SolidWorks

You’re going to love this…

What I’ve done here is a complete video-based tutorial which allows you to learn and master surface modeling in SolidWorks in no time flat… and believe me this tutorial will be anything but boring.


Well, this training is not like your average surfacing tutorial. Absolutely not. You’ll model nothing less than this racy italian car — The Ferrari F430.

Here’s a screenshot taken from SolidWorks of what you’ll model in this tutorial :

Car In SolidWorks - Side ViewWhat I’ve done here is an almost 21-hour tutorial, jam-packed with hands-on techniques and presented in an easy-to-follow step-by-step approach.

In this tutorial you won’t just learn how to model the body of the car, you’ll also learn how to model the wheels, headlights, mirrors and even the wipers!

Car In SolidWorks - Front View

You are a beginner? Don’t worry because you will never feel lost because I tell you exactly where to click at every single step.

So by the end of the tutorial, you’ll end up with a car fully modeled in SolidWorks as well as a ton of new techniques you’ll be able to transpose in your future projects.

You are an expert? Even if you’re already a black-belt expert in surface modeling, you’ll still catch a few tips or techniques to add to your knowledge toolbox.

Want To Have a Quick Glance At What You’ll Create With This Tutorial?

Have you seen this 3 minutes teaser?

You’ll notice that this short video has no voice, this is simply because I would have sounded like a chipmunk due to the high-speed.

The full lenght tutorial has voice-over and goes at normal speed.


Please Note: This high-speed video is over 56MB in size so it may take a few seconds to minutes to load depending on the speed of your internet connection. Therefore please be patient while it is loading… it’s worth the short wait!

Here’s Exactly What You Are Going to Receive When You Order This Tutorial

Digitally DownloadableDetailed Explanation : 

This training is a step-by-step video tutorial that will help you master surface modeling in SolidWorks.

It is divided in 25 sections for a total length of 20 hours 58 minutes of pure modeling.

This tutorial will help you to get the level of confidence you need so you will no longer be afraid to tackle future projects.

With so much modeling under the belt, you’ll be able to start — and complete! — your own complex surfacing projects in no time.

You’ll be able to take jobs you wouldn’t have though possible in the past and all this by simply learning and applying the techniques exposed in this tutorial.

Ok, before I go any further I want to make things clear here…

Here’s what this tutorial is NOT :

This is not a tutorial where I explain the how and why of each tool, feature and function. I could have done it that way and gone in great length in explaining everything. The tutorial would have been easily five times longer… and also five times the price.

This is not a tutorial for people who want to learn how to get surfaces ready for molding and manufacturing. I modeled this car without any consideration of car industry manufacturing standards.

With all this being said, here the different sections in this package:

The F-430 Step-By-Step Video Tutorial

(Runtime 20h58)

Section 1 – The Body Of The Car

(Runtime 8h29 )

Section 2 – The Wheels

(Runtime 3h04)

Section 3 – The Car Assembly

(Runtime 0h16)

Section 4 – The Windshield

(Runtime 0h21)

Section 5 – The Hood

(Runtime 0h05)

Section 6 – The Gas Door

(Runtime 0h12)

Section 7 – The Door

(Runtime 0h18)

Section 8 – The Door Key Lock

(Runtime 0h09)

Section 9 – The Door Handle

(Runtime 0h20)

Section 10 – The Side Window (Door)

(Runtime 0h16)

Section 11 – The Side Window (Car Body)

(Runtime 0h27)

Section 12 – The Front Bumper Grille

(Runtime 0h17)

Section 13 – The Air Intake

(Runtime 0h18)

Section 14 – The Exhaust

(Runtime 0h15)

Section 15 – The First Brake Light

(Runtime 0h05)

Section 16 – The Second Brake Light

(Runtime 0h05)

Section 17 – The Side Light

(Runtime 0h08)

Section 18 – The Tail Light

(Runtime 0h28)

Section 19 – The First Rear Grille

(Runtime 0h18)

Section 20 – The Engine Hood

(Runtime 1h03)

Section 21 – The Headlight

(Runtime 0h31)

Section 22 – The Mirror

(Runtime 1h12)

Section 23 – The Diffuser

(Runtime 0h56)

Section 24 – The Second Rear Grille

(Runtime 0h23)

Section 25 – The Windshield Wiper

(Runtime 0h59)



Now that you know everything included in this training. I want to let you know that you are not risking anything with your purchase because…

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If you feel the tutorial isn’t worth every penny of your hard-earned money, contact me and will promptly refund every penny.

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To get your hands on the “Step-By-Step Video Tutorial In SolidWorks: The F430 Project” right now, simply have your credit card in hand and click the big happy orange “Add To Cart” button below to get started.

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YES  I want to get instant access to this step-by-step video tutorial.I’m ready and eager to start modeling this racy italian car to quickly master surface modeling in SolidWorks.

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This Training Is Real
and So I Am!

P.P.S. I know trust can be a big issue for a lot of people before ordering — especially online.

For those who don’t already know me, my name is Daniel Lavoie, I have a passion for modeling things in SolidWorks since 2005 when I was at my master degree in Mechanical Engineering.

I’m also a SolidWorks Advanced Surfacing Certified Professional as you can see by the badge here below.

CSWP - Advanced Surfacing Certification

My first tutorial, a 14-hour tutorial on how to model the Audi R8 in SolidWorks, has been featured on hundreds of websites, blogs and forums.

I also have another complex surfacing tutorial under the belt — the Lamborghini Gallardo in SolidWorks. This tutorial got glowing reviews from my customers.

You can take a look at it here on the Official SolidWorks’ Blog or here on the well known and respected SolidSmack Blog.

You can take a look at the teaser video of the Gallardo tutorial here on Youtube.

Here’s my company address :

SolidStuff Learning
242 Rue Delvincourt
Quebec, Quebec
Canada, G1B3X6

If you have any questions about the tutorial, you can send me an quick email here. I’ll be delighted to answer any questions you may have.

Frequently Asked Questions…

a) Which Version Of SolidWorks Did You Use For This Tutorial?

This car has been modeled in SolidWorks 2012. If you are using SolidWorks 2008 thru 2014, you’ll be able to follow the tutorial without any modifications.

b) I’m a Newbie, Will I Be Able To Complete This Tutorial?

Yes you will. This is a step-by-step tutorial so I tell you where to click and what action you need to take at every step so you won’t feel lost at any point.

c) Do I Need A Special Video Player To Run The Video Files Of The Tutorial?

No, the tutorial use standard mp4 files so you can play them on any video player. To help you getting started, I’ve included a copy of the VLC video player and a playlist containing the 253 video files.

d) Can I Play The Video Files Of The Tutorial On a Mac?

Sure, the mp4 files can be played on any operating system: Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, etc.

e) Can You Ship The DVD To My Country?

The tutorial is digitally delivered. No DVD will be sent.

f) How Much Does Shipping Cost?

The tutorial is digitally delivered. No DVD will be sent.

g) How Long Does It Will Take To Download The Digital Version Of The Tutorial?

The tutorial is 3.5GB so It all depends on your internet connection. Some people will download the tutorial in less than an hour others in 8 hours.

h) How Do I Contact You If I Have a Question?

I’m always happy to answer any questions you may have and I will do everything humanly possible to make sure you are 100% satisfied with your order. You may e-mail me