Top Ten SOLIDWORKS Tutorials on YouTube!

Article by Shaun Bentley on Dec 31, 2019

Get Started FASTER: Top Ten Official SOLIDWORKS Tutorials on YouTube!

How many times have you tried one of the built-in SOLIDWORKS tutorials and either got lost, interrupted, or just plain bored? “These tutorials must be in video somewhere!” Well, now they are.

I’ve picked the top ten tutorials and uploaded a narrated video of them on YouTube. These videos walk through the tutorials in a fraction of the time so you will get a quick preview. Using YouTube’s built-in functionality (see reference key below) you can also follow along with me!

View All: Top 10 Official SOLIDWORKS Tutorials

Individual Videos here:


Built-in YouTube Hot Keys:

  • J                    Rewind ten seconds
  • Left arrow       Rewind five seconds
  • ,                     Pause and Rewind by one frame
  • K                    Pause the video
  • .                     Pause and Forward by one frame
  • Right arrow      Forward five seconds
  • L                     Forward ten seconds
  • <                    Slow down video
  • >                    Speed up video

(highly recommended for advanced users! Sound quality on some computers may be negatively affected.)


About Shaun Bentley

Shaun Bentley is passionate about applied mathematics and engineering, which led him to pursue and understand real world applications of FEA, CFD, kinematics, dynamics, and 3D & 2D modeling. He teaches many simulation classes to both new and advanced users attending training at GoEngineer. Since 2006, Shaun has been working with simulation tools to solve real world engineering problems. With every new project, he seeks to find ways to push simulation to its uppermost limits, even going so far as to write bespoke code and macros. He has passed the Michigan FE exam and mentors or consults for virtually any industry that uses SOLIDWORKS, especially automotive and automated tools. He is a speed 3D modeling champion and one of the first Certified SOLIDWORKS Experts in Simulation in the world.

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