Solidworks Furniture: A Simple Table or Desk Free class

Rye Crowen

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16 Videos (1h 23m)
    • Intro

      0:31
    • Making your first part - table top

      6:19
    • Adding the table legs

      3:42
    • Making your first assembly - connecting the parts

      5:06
    • Add the aprons

      7:48
    • Add dimensions

      1:09
    • Adding holes for hardware

      7:25
    • Save render

      1:16
    • Adding hardware

      5:54
    • Add corner brace

      9:13
    • Add materials and start first render

      8:54
    • Exploded view and start drawing

      3:43
    • Fix mirrored parts (if needed)

      4:05
    • Adding slots and more screws

      10:46
    • Add more screws

      5:02
    • Add notes and finish up

      2:01

About This Class

Starting off with a simple sketch, we'll explore ways to create the base of the desk using weldments, a wood table top, learn how to use the sheet metal tool, and put it all together in an assembly. We'll then chose colors and materials, to render everything in Photoview360, creating a finished prototype of our desk or table. And, to finish it up, we'll create a drawing for manufacturing. 

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Hello my name is Rye Crowen and I'm an Industrial Designer working in the retail fixture industry for the last five years approximately. Previous to that I was a graphic designer working as Easton-Bell-Giro. If you have a bike helmet from Bell, Giro, or Specialized there's a good chance I did the graphics on it. My other interests include programming for the web, such as HTML, CSS, Javascript, Node.js and more. I even have a app on iOS that I did in Swift a year ago.

Cheers.