Thank you and 1114 for putting these together. I haven’t watched all of the series yet, but did pick through quite a few videos. As someone that only uses SolidWorks while mentoring, unfortunately I use Creo for my day job, I have missed out on a lot of the shortcuts and things that make SolidWorks great.
I learned a lot from the videos I did watch. I am always trying to catch up on the shortcuts that are not totally obvious. Sure you have the mouse gestures and the ability to change different things on the keyboard; but I recently learned about the “s” key. Kind of feel like I should have known this… Also some of the “Smart” mate shortcuts, holding the “alt” key. I just stumbled across this the other week. I always go into work complaining after learning something in SolidWorks and find I can’t do it in Creo that (easier) way.
More direct answers:
I like the length of the videos - short and to the point.
The layout/organization of the sections seems logical as well.
Easy to find information.
I don’t like that I haven’t watched all the videos yet.
For people like me that maybe aren’t experts in SolidWorks or don’t have people using it everyday with them, it would be nice to get to know some of the more hidden things that SW offers. Anything to really help save time would be appreciated.
Not entirely on topic, but the handling of COTS and/or library parts is something we are constantly battling. We used GrabCAD this year with a bit of success; I think training could make it work pretty well, but curious if you (or others) had any insight.
Thanks again for the great resource!
PS - sorry for the long response