How to Model an IronMan Helmet in SOLIDWORKS

Wednesday April 22, 2015 at 1:31pm
Using the IronMan helmet as a fun example we explore how complex shapes can be developed and the differences between solid & surface modelling techniques.
How to Model and Ironman Helmet in SOLIDWORKS
Using the IronMan helmet as a fun example we explore how complex shapes can be developed and the differences between solid & surface modelling techniques.

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