Mechanical Design With Intent
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Machines and Mechanisms are the most common elements mechanical engineers calculate and design. In these courses, you will learn how to design machine elements in a hypothetical project we provide using Autodesk Inventor and one of its key productivity tools - Design Accelerators.
The course focuses on best practices and WHY's behind certain decisions you have to make as a mechanical engineer.
You will learn the following skills:
- Use CAD efficiently to design machines and mechanisms
- Design and calculate shafts
- Design and calculate gears and bearings
- Design and calculate belt drives
- Design and calculate bolted connections
- Design and calculate frames
- Design and calculate other machine elements
Before you start
- Please make sure you have the Autodesk Inventor software loaded and installed.
- If you have technical difficulties, please reach out to product support.
This module focuses on the moving elements of machines such shafts, gears, bearings and belt drives. You will also learn about other available design accelerators and use its built-in calculators.
This module focuses on the static elements of machines such as frame, bolted connection and compression spring design. You will also learn about other available design accelerators and calculators.