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AutoCAD Mechanical




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Mechanical engineers design, analyse and help manufacture mechanical tools, engines, and machines. They are employed in almost all manufacturing sectors including Heavy machineries, ship building, aerospace, automobile. They are also employed in engineering services and product design companies. They, carry out a wide range of design and analysis activities, in the product development lifecycle. Their key tasks include: Concept Sketching, 2D Design & Drafting, 3D Modeling, Prototyping, and Performance & Safety Analysis.

Role in the Industry

Mechanical engineers who have CAD skills are employed in manufacturing industries including automobiles, aeronautical, engineering, heavy industries, locomotives, and marine. Learning CAD software is important because almost all of these jobs (and more) are performed with sophisticated CAD software that guarantees speed, accuracy, and reuse of work. With CAD skills, mechanical engineers can find employment and increase productivity.

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Students 0

Max Students 20

Duration 45 Days

Skill level Highly recommended Diploma & Engineering Graduates

Language English

Re-take course 5

Chapter 1: AutoCAD Mechanical Design Concepts

AutoCAD Mechanical Overview
Mechanical Structure
Standard Based Design
Dimension Productivity Tools
Dimension and Annotation
Production Drawing Creation
Standard Content
Machinery Generators
Calculation Tools
Autodesk Inventor Linked Models
Configuration and Setup Guide
Chapter 2: User Interface

Interacting with User Interface
Common Drawing Setup
Chapter 3: Mechanical Structure

Structuring Data in Drawings
Reusing and Editing Structured Data
Structure and Other Tools
Chapter 4: Mechanical Layers and Layer Control

Layer Control
Chapter 5: Tools For Creating Key Geometry

Power Snaps
Core Design Tools
Construction Lines
Designing with Lines
Adding Standard Feature Data for Holes and Slots
Chapter 6: Tools For Manipulating Geometry

Editing Tools
Power Commands
Chapter 7: Mechanical Part Generators

Standard Parts
Shaft Generators
Standard Shaft Parts
Chapter 8: Creating Drawing Sheets

Model Space Views in Layouts
Title Block and drawing Borders
Creating Drawing Sheets in Model Space
Chapter 9: Dimensioning and Annotation Your Drawings

Creating Dimensions
Editing Dimensions
Hole Charts and Fits Lists
Annotation and Annotation Symbols
Revision Lists
Chapter 10: Bill of Materials, Parts Lists, and Balloons

Bill of Materials
Inserting Parts Lists
Ballooning Parts
Chapter 11: Design Calculations

Moment of Inertia
Moment of Inertia with Predefined Profile
Deflection Line
Shaft Stresses
The Finite Element Analysis
Chapter 12: Working Without Structure

Layer Groups
Part references
2D Hide
Chapter 13: Mechanical Options for the CAD Manager

Standard Based Design
Configure Layer, Text, and Symbol Properties
Configure the BOM, Parts List, and Balloons
Configure the Annotation Tools

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