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Whether you like to learn SolidWorks or you have to, you can't change the fact that you are going to start as a beginner, but you CAN decide how smart and fast you can progress.
Here at SolidWorks Tutorials, I don't teach you how to create a door handle for the sake of learning how to make a door handle!! No! I address the very common core of every beginner's and intermediate's issue and make them understand what it is that they should do when they want to create a "door handle". I help you to progress as fast as the potential you have. I do that through weekly blog tutorials as well as videos tutorials on YouTube and Video and PDF tutorials on my website. See this beginner example. now...

Before I tell you my story, I wanted to let you know that I am thankful for your contribution whether 1$ or more, if you feel this is something for you. I do this as my passion and your support would be the best feedback and an extra source of motivation for me to put more tutorials out for you.

Once upon a time...

When I was a kid, I was one of those kids who didn't know to which group they really belong. Wasn't good at sports, wasn't a troublemaker and not that much curious. I was told that I was funny!  But not bold enough to become a stand-up comedian. One thing I have always been very good at was to understand what it is that people dangle on when they come across the issue, understand it and decode it back to them so they understand it like a piece of cake!

When I got to the university, we had to pass SolidWorks as a major. I was HOOKED the second I touched the damn thing. Escobar would have switched to SolidWorks if he knew how addictive it could be.  More than a decade later I still am hooked to the software but, with a minor difference. Now I know this software like my own house.  Combining that to my talent for explaining stuff to newcomers, I started teaching SolidWorks to my friends, fellow students and colleagues until I uploaded a tutorial on YouTube in 2013 that despite my broken English back then, now has over 1M views.
A year ago I started solidworkstutorials.net where I put weekly tutorials blogs which, are rich with lots of tips and tricks that I have learnt and are still learning within the past 11 years. All in a language and level of difficulty that any SolidWorks user, from beginner to pro can easily understand and digest.
Tiers
Solid Fans
$1 or more per month
  • Weekly blog tutorials
  • Consulting on your project (Limited to tips)
Bronze Fans
$5 or more per month
  • Covering your requested topic in an upcoming blog tutorial 
  • Weekly blog tutorials
  • Consulting on your project (Limited to tips)
Silver Fans
$20 or more per month
  • Sending good vibes for you (I'm not kiddin!)
  • Helping your project by creating two of its parts through screen sharing (One project)
  • Mentioning your or your channel's name in a blog per month
  • Covering your requested topic in an upcoming blog tutorial 
  • Weekly blog tutorials
Champagne Fans
$50 or more per month
  • One hour of Q&A over Skype for your SolidWorks related questions 
  • Helping your project by creating five of its parts through screen sharing (One project)
  • Mentioning your or your channel's name in two blogs per month
  • Covering your requested topic in an upcoming blog tutorial 
  • Weekly blog tutorials
  •  Sending good vibes for you  
Golden Fans
$100 or more per month
  • Preparing you through screen-sharing for for the CSWP exam for one hour by covering the topics in the exam
  • Two hours of Q&A over Skype for your SolidWorks related questions 
  • Helping your project by creating ten of its parts (Two projects)
  • Mentioning your or your channel's name in four blogs per month
  • Covering your requested topic in an upcoming blog tutorial 
  • Weekly blog tutorials
  • Sending good vibes for you  
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When I reach $500 per month, I'll hire an editor to post two blogs per week for two different levels of beginner and professional.
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Whether you like to learn SolidWorks or you have to, you can't change the fact that you are going to start as a beginner, but you CAN decide how smart and fast you can progress.
Here at SolidWorks Tutorials, I don't teach you how to create a door handle for the sake of learning how to make a door handle!! No! I address the very common core of every beginner's and intermediate's issue and make them understand what it is that they should do when they want to create a "door handle". I help you to progress as fast as the potential you have. I do that through weekly blog tutorials as well as videos tutorials on YouTube and Video and PDF tutorials on my website. See this beginner example. now...

Before I tell you my story, I wanted to let you know that I am thankful for your contribution whether 1$ or more, if you feel this is something for you. I do this as my passion and your support would be the best feedback and an extra source of motivation for me to put more tutorials out for you.

Once upon a time...

When I was a kid, I was one of those kids who didn't know to which group they really belong. Wasn't good at sports, wasn't a troublemaker and not that much curious. I was told that I was funny!  But not bold enough to become a stand-up comedian. One thing I have always been very good at was to understand what it is that people dangle on when they come across the issue, understand it and decode it back to them so they understand it like a piece of cake!

When I got to the university, we had to pass SolidWorks as a major. I was HOOKED the second I touched the damn thing. Escobar would have switched to SolidWorks if he knew how addictive it could be.  More than a decade later I still am hooked to the software but, with a minor difference. Now I know this software like my own house.  Combining that to my talent for explaining stuff to newcomers, I started teaching SolidWorks to my friends, fellow students and colleagues until I uploaded a tutorial on YouTube in 2013 that despite my broken English back then, now has over 1M views.
A year ago I started solidworkstutorials.net where I put weekly tutorials blogs which, are rich with lots of tips and tricks that I have learnt and are still learning within the past 11 years. All in a language and level of difficulty that any SolidWorks user, from beginner to pro can easily understand and digest.

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Tiers
Solid Fans
$1 or more per month
  • Weekly blog tutorials
  • Consulting on your project (Limited to tips)
Bronze Fans
$5 or more per month
  • Covering your requested topic in an upcoming blog tutorial 
  • Weekly blog tutorials
  • Consulting on your project (Limited to tips)
Silver Fans
$20 or more per month
  • Sending good vibes for you (I'm not kiddin!)
  • Helping your project by creating two of its parts through screen sharing (One project)
  • Mentioning your or your channel's name in a blog per month
  • Covering your requested topic in an upcoming blog tutorial 
  • Weekly blog tutorials
Champagne Fans
$50 or more per month
  • One hour of Q&A over Skype for your SolidWorks related questions 
  • Helping your project by creating five of its parts through screen sharing (One project)
  • Mentioning your or your channel's name in two blogs per month
  • Covering your requested topic in an upcoming blog tutorial 
  • Weekly blog tutorials
  •  Sending good vibes for you  
Golden Fans
$100 or more per month
  • Preparing you through screen-sharing for for the CSWP exam for one hour by covering the topics in the exam
  • Two hours of Q&A over Skype for your SolidWorks related questions 
  • Helping your project by creating ten of its parts (Two projects)
  • Mentioning your or your channel's name in four blogs per month
  • Covering your requested topic in an upcoming blog tutorial 
  • Weekly blog tutorials
  • Sending good vibes for you