Have you ever struggled to make changes to large assemblies in your CAD package? In this course, Onshape Top-down Skeleton Modeling - Creating an Excavator Arm, you'll gain the knowledge and practice needed to create your own top-down skeleton sketch driven assembly. First, you'll explore the advantages of various modeling techniques, including bottom-up design, middle out design, skeleton top down design, and master model top down design. Next, you'll discover how to create a kinematic layout sketch which employs top down skeleton modeling techniques, allowing you to validate your design intent early, and drive your individual 3D parts. Finally, you'll learn how to assemble these parts, as well as how to update and work with your assembly. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge of skeleton top-down design techniques needed to create your own mechanical designs. Software required: Onshape.
Andrew Peterson has had a productive career as a Mechanical Design Engineer in the biotech, greentech and consumer product industries. Having setup, used, and taught various CAD tools including ProE, SOLIDWORKS, Inventor and Onshape throughout his career, he's excited to share industry best practices with the Pluralsight community.
Hi everyone, my name is Andrew Peterson and welcome to my course, Onshape Top-Down Skeleton Modeling - Creating an Excavator Arm.I am a Mechanical Design Engineer who has worked for many Bay Area startups as well as fortune 500 companies as a design engineer and mechanical architect.
In this course, we are going to or This course is an intermediate level Onshape course on how to create a top down, skeleton model driven assembly.
Some of the major topics that we will cover include:
Top Down Design Methodologies
Creating a Kinematic Sketch driven Assembly
Using Variables in Onshape
By the end of this course you’ll know when to use top down design methodologies, and how to create kinematic sketch driven assemblies for your own design projects.Before beginning the course you should be familiar with creating simple parts and assemblies inside of Onshape.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn top down design with the Onshape Top-Down Skeleton Modeling - Creating an Excavator Arm course, at Pluralsight.