SOLIDWORKS: SpitFire HF VII
What you’ll learn
You will learn what it takes to be an aircraft designer.
Getting to know the basic fundamentals and features that involves in creating a fighter aircraft.
If you’re a person who always wanted to know how 3D modeling of aircraft’s are done. This course will teach you how to get good at it.
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When I first started my journey to understand 3D modeling on Solidworks. It took me a while to really get to know the basics that goes into 3D modelling of military aircraft. Because there isn’t much tutorials on it. Therefore, I will take this opportunity to give you a well detailed course.
The course is based on a Super-marine Spitfire which is a British single-seat fighter aircraft used by the Royal Air Force and other Allied countries before, during, and after World War II. The model had been designed in a very realistic manner.Lectures are delivered in steps and are easy to follow.
This course is not just for those who are into aerospace field but also for anyone interested in knowing the design process of a high-performance fighter aircraft. The course will also have an impact on your future career as majority of the engineering firms require 3D modeling skills to be a part of your package.
This course will teach you how to get good at it. This course is not a shortcut to become the best 3D modeler. We are following a learn-by-doing approach for you to truly master all the skills needed to become a 3D modeler. You will get confidence and use Solidworks to design/draft your next innovation. The course is delivered on Solidworks 2017.
Who this course is for:
- This can be anyone who’s interested in knowing how fighter aircraft designing is done and those who know basic concept of Solidworks but still are unable to design jets due insufficient information online.I have seen lots of students struggling to get the idea of aircraft designing. Therefore, this course will shed basic knowledge on how you can get it done right.
- Introduction to Spit fire blueprints
- Fuselage design
- Glass cockpit design
- Vertical stabilizer
- Wing Design
- Propeller design
- Nose design
- Air Intake
- Horizontal Stabiliser Design