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Have you ever tried to assemble a multi-body product in CATIA V5, but you could not properly manipulate or even import the desired parts? In this course, CATIA V5 Essentials - Assembly Design Basics, you will learn how to create a functionally constrained assembly of an office desk. First,...
Conducting detailed motion analysis and evaluating the mechanical performance of your design using CAD-embedded SOLIDWORKS Simulation, SOLIDWORKS Motion, and finite element analysis (FEA) is a great way to further your SOLIDWORKS knowledge. This course, Introduction to SOLIDWORKS Motion, covers...
To complete a linear static analysis of an assembly in SOLIDWORKS Simulation, many steps need to be followed. In this course, SOLIDWORKS Simulation - Linear Static Assembly Analysis, you will be guided through each of these steps to ensure accuracy from start to finish. First, you will see the...
Using Nonlinear Analysis can give you a more accurate representation of your design when compared to a Linear Static Analysis. In this course, SOLIDWORKS Simulation - Nonlinear, you'll learn how to accurately simulate structural design problems using a Nonlinear FEA Analysis available with...
Most factory layouts today are done in AutoCAD, because so many engineers know how to use it and it gets the job done quickly. However, there are no tools in AutoCAD to determine if the layout is optimal, nor are there ways to visualize what your layout will look like in 3D. In this course,...
There are many ways to create swoopy parts in SOLIDWORKS and the sweep command is one of the more popular ones. In this course, SOLIDWORKS Essentials – In-depth Sweeps, you'll start with just a sketch, a profile, and a path and move onto guide curves and other advanced options. First, you're...
Once a 3D design is complete, there are often requirements to provide documentation. You may need to get a quote from a potential supplier, provide documentation for tooling to be created, or provide your production floor with assembly instructions. In this course, Fusion 360 Essentials -...
Your freshly designed product isn't always going to serve you best if it's just sitting as a digital file on your computer. In this course, Inventor Essentials - Basic Drawings, you'll learn how to translate your product from digital file, to professional looking drawing. First, you're going to...
Moving from concept to manufacturing in any design process can be a daunting task requiring the input of many specialists and taking advantage of the strengths of various software applications. The more people there are on a project the more time consuming the whole process becomes, requiring...
Learning a new CAD software can be very difficult and can take months to acquire the skills needed to create models and documentation as per industry standards. In this course, CATIA V5 Essentials - Part Modeling, you'll look at the best design practices so that you can quickly get up to speed....