After modeling a part in Onshape, the next step of taking the part to production is the drawing phase. In this course, Onshape Drawing Fundamentals, you'll learn the fundamentals necessary to create a 2D Onshape drawing from a 3D model. First, you'll cover how to create a drawing and how to choose a template. Next, you'll explore adding views and organizing the layout of the drawing. Then, you'll explore dimensioning and annotating. Finally, you'll learn how to populate the title block, exporting, and sharing the drawing. By the end of this course, you'll be ready to create complete production drawings of your own, to accompany your Onshape geometry. Software required: Onshape.
Charles' career has entered its 18th year, consisting of both racing and road car design environments in the US, or abroad in the UK, and Japan. After graduating Rutgers, his CAD an analysis project contributions have included Le Mans prototype sportscars, Indycars, the Nissan Qashqai (Nissan Rogue in USA), and championship winning stock cars. In 2007, he returned to the US, as a design engineer in the NASCAR series with Hendrick Motorsports in Charlotte, North Carolina. After 5 team championships, including 4 in a row, with Hendrick Motorsports, he recently decided to move back to sports cars to continue winning championships in that discipline with Riley Technologies as a Principal Engineer.