[Linkedin] SOLIDWORKS 2020 Essential Training

Course by: Gabriel Corbett

Course Info

  • Duration: 8h 4m 40s
  • Skill Level: Beginner + Intermediate
  • Released: November 8, 2019

Course details

SOLIDWORKS is the premier product-design software—enabling you to deliver innovative solutions to market faster. In this course, Gabriel Corbett teaches you how to build ready-to-manufacture parts and assemblies as well as detailed drawings and itemized bills of materials in SOLIDWORKS 2020. Learn how to create 2D sketches and then extrude, revolve, loft, and sweep these features into 3D objects. Find out how to make cuts and create standard holes, and explore more advanced modeling techniques using blocks, mirroring, and the SOLIDWORKS pattern tools. Then review best practices for putting parts together in assemblies and creating detailed drawings. Along the way, Gabriel highlights new features from the 2020 release, as well as features designed for users with pen or touch devices.


Gabriel Corbett

Author at Linkedin Learning teaching SolidWorks and Manufacturing. Mechanical Engineering Lead at Tiger Industrial Inc.

Gabriel Corbett is an experienced product designer, instructor, and speaker.

Gabriel has a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering, and has been an active product designer for the past 18 years. He previously owned a prototype-through-production machine shop that built parts for notable organizations like the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and Panasonic. By combining solid design experience with real-world skill in building products, Gabriel has the unique ability to design products quickly and effectively. He regularly consults companies on better and more efficient manufacturing and design methods.

Gabriel has worked with many startups and established companies, developing products for the consumer, industrial, and medical markets. He has worked on all aspects of product development, including product design, engineering, marketing, sales, and management.

Gabriel has been a Lynda.com author since 2011, and has developed courses on SOLIDWORKS, Onshape, rapid prototyping, and certification. He runs the Orange County SOLIDWORKS User Group, and has taught SOLIDWORKS and CNC machining at Irvine Valley College. Additionally, he runs his own design engineering company called Tiger Industrial Inc. He has presented at SOLIDWORKS World in Dallas, San Diego, Florida, and Los Angeles.

Gabriel’s interests include new ventures, photography, adventure travel, surfing, mountain biking, and stand-up paddleboarding.

What they do

  • Research Fellow
  • Engineer
  • University Professor
  • Student

Where they work

  •  Walmart
  •  HSBC
  •  US Navy
  •  Microsoft
  •  Ford Motor Company

Skills covered in this course

  • SolidWorks
  • Product Design

Size: 1.64GB

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