Solidworks Progress

I’ve made a bit of progress on the solidworks model of my three-wheeled electric car. I’ve been playing around with solidworks for my aluminum cornhole board and it’s amazing how quickly you can design and assemble parts once you get the hang of it. The key is making parts “fully defined” and getting the mates right. I’m a huge fan of GrabCAD and McMaster-Carr for solidworks models of parts.

Here’s how it stands:


Will Martin is an energy analyst and expert on peak oil and alternative currencies. He is an MBA graduate of Cornell University, where he was a Roy H. Park Leadership Fellow and concentrated on studying sustainability in business through the school’s Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise. Prior to his MBA, Will worked in the energy industry, living in Singapore, Houston and Dubai. Will is a recipient of the 2012 “Pioneer Award” from the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas (ASPO-USA). He currently works as a carbon trading commercial adviser in the San Francisco Bay Area. Will is a bitcoin enthusiast and in 2014 published the book “Anonymous Cryptocurrencies,” which became a #1 best seller in 3 Amazon categories and was the first book to be sold on a decentralized marketplace.

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