AutoCAD Mechanical 2016: Built for Manufacturing


AutoCAD Mechanical 2016: Built for Manufacturing, Singapore elarning online course

Course Description

CADLearning for AutoCAD® Mechanical 2016 teaches the use of AutoCAD Mechanical 2016 as part of results-driven manufacturing. You will gain all the necessary skills needed to complete a design in the program. Lessons cover migrating existing designs from AutoCAD; using standards for consistency; using Mechanical-only tools to speed up design, such as layer groups, content libraries and collaboration tools.

Master design and architecture with the help of Autodesk.

- Discover the different types of Autodesk applications
- Learn about the functions in each application and how to apply them
​- Sift out the different product to find which one suits your project
- Navigate the tools and features like a professional at the end of this course


Course Objectives

1. Creating Designs
2. Managing and Using Content Libraries
3. Annotations and Documentation
4. Designing Assemblies with Layer Groups
5. Designing Assemblies with Structure
6. Documenting Parts and Assemblies
7. Analysis and Validation
8. Implementing Preferences and Standards
9. Interoperability and Collaboration


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Content

Course Resources

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Exercise File Download - Assessment

AutoCAD Mechanical Environment

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Getting Started

Overview of the AutoCAD Mechanical environment

Introducing the Default User Interface

The default user interface for AutoCAD Mechanical

Enabling the Alternate User Interfaces

Structure workspace and mechanical classic workspace

Changing the Color Scheme

Showing the options section tool and command to change the color scheme

Accessing the Help Resources

Help and related commands

Understanding Layer Management

Layers and layer mapping in Mechanical

Using the Layer Management Tools

Layers and layer management

Working with the Layer Management Tools

Layer tools

Creating Designs

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Creating and Manipulating Geometry

Understanding the tools used to create and modify geometry

Drawing Rectangles and Squares

Creating rectangles and squares

Drawing Centerlines

Creating centerlines and bolt hole patterns

Drawing More Centerlines

Using additional centerline and bolt hole pattern tools

Adding Standard Holes

Adding holes to specified size or for standard fasteners

Adding Slots

Adding through and blind slots

Adding Counterbore and Countersunk Holes

Adding counterbored and countersunk holes to designs

Drawing Section Lines

Adding section lines, arrows and view callouts to a drawing

Drawing Zig-Zag and Symmetrical Lines

How to draw zig-zag lines and symmetrical lines

Using Construction Line Tools

Construction geometry creation tools and the Construction Lines layer

Using Basic Construction Lines

Creating horizontal, vertical and automatic construction lines

Using Construction Line Circles

Creating construction circles

Using Inferred Constraints to Draw Simple Shapes

Using inferred constraints to draw simple shapes

Projecting Construction Lines

Creating orthographic projections with construction lines

Using Contour Tracing

Creating outlines of complex geometry

Using Hatch Commands

Creating and editing cross hatching

Adding Fillets

Adding fillets to designs

Adding Chamfers

Adding chamfers to designs

Using the Offset Command

Creating offset copies of existing geometry

Moving and Rotating Copies Simultaneously

Move and rotate objects with a copy option

Using the Join and 2D Hide Commands

Trimming and extending objects

Editing and Erasing Mechanical Objects

Editing and erasing objects

Using Power Copy

Duplicating Mechanical components

Creating Shafts with Shaft Generator

Designing shafts or other rotating objects

Editing Shafts with Shaft Generator

Continuing the design of shafts or other rotating objects

Creating Shaft Side Views and Section Views

Adding additional views of a shaft

Using Spring Utilities

Designing springs

Creating Chain and Belt Designs

Overview and adding pulleys or sprockets

Creating Chain and Belt Designs and Calculating Their Length

Developing the length of a chain or belt drive

Creating Shaft Parts

Adding bearings and other parts to shafts

Inserting Structural Steel Shapes

Designing with structural steel shapes

Using the Power View and Change Representation Tools

Showing additional views of standard parts and features

Managing and Using Content Libraries

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Using Content Libraries

Overview of managing and using content libraries

Inserting Objects from Content Libraries

Inserting objects from the content libraries

Using Content Manager

Using the Content Manager to control libraries

Creating Custom Content Libraries

Creating custom content libraries and content

Adding Content to Custom Libraries

Adding new objects to custom libraries

Importing Data from Excel for Content Libraries

Importing data from Excel and creating new content

Annotations and Documentation

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Introducing Annotation and Documentation

Introducing Annotation and Documentation

Using the Power Dimensioning Dialog Box

Editing dimensions with the Power Dimensioning dialog box

Using Power Dimensioning

Using the Power Dimension command

Using Power Dimensioning for Radial and Diametrical Dimensions

Dimensioning arcs and circles with Power Dimensions

Using Power Dimensioning for Angle and Chamfer Dimensions

Dimensioning angles and chamfers with Power Dimensions

Using Power Dimensioning Fits and Tolerances

Adding tolerances and shaft fit callouts

Configuring the Power Dimensioning Settings

Power Dimensioning default settings

Using Power Dimensioning to Place Multiple Dimensions

Creating groups of dimensions

Editing Automatic Dimensions

Editing automatic dimensions

Editing Power Dimensions

Editing power dimensions

Modifying Power Dimensions

Combining, inserting, separating and checking dimensions

Breaking Dimensions

Adding gaps to dimension and extension lines

Using Weld Representations

Adding weld representations

Creating Leader Notes

Adding leaders and standard content callouts

Using Surface Texture Symbols

Adding surface texture symbols

Creating Simple Hide Situations

Hiding geometry with the associative Hide command

Editing a Simple Hide Situation

Editing an existing hide situation

Creating Hole Charts

Creating tables of hole sizes and locations

Using Hole Chart Settings

Setting display properties for hole charts and tables

Creating Detail View

Creating scaled detail views in model space or on layouts

Creating and Editing Viewports

Creating and editing viewports

Creating Title Blocks and Borders

Adding title blocks and borders to drawings

Using Dimension and Symbol Scale Factor

Setting the display scale for annotations

Creating and Editing Scale Area

Creating and editing model space scale areas

Creating Weld Symbols

Creating and editing weld symbols

Using Leaders

Draw Standard Compliant Leaders, Attach and Align Leaders, Draw Surface Extension Lines

Using the Annotation Monitor

Deleted features will be caught by the annotation monitor if they have been dimensioned.

Designing Assemblies with Layer Groups

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Introducing Layer Groups

Basic concepts for designing with layer groups

Creating Layer Groups

Creating layer group for organizing designs

Using Layer Group Tools

Tools for working with layer groups

Using Additional Layer Group Tools and Techniques

Additional tools and tips for working with layer groups

Understanding Layer Group Concepts

Overview of layer groups

Designing Assemblies with Structure

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Understanding Structure Concepts

Basic concepts for designing assemblies with structure

Understanding the Organization of Structure

Overview of structure

Creating Structure Bill of Material Tools

Adding BOM information to components

Creating Folders

Creating folders for geometry in structure

Creating an Assembly with Structure

Creating assemblies with structure

Creating Structure Annotation Views

Using annotation views of components

Browsing Structure Tools

Available tools in the Mechanical Browser

Documenting Parts and Assemblies

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Understanding the Bill of Materials

Creating bills of materials, parts lists and balloons

Creating and Editing Part References

Adding and modifying bill of material data to blocks and other objects

Working with the Bill of Material Database

Creating and editing the bill of material database

Using the Bill of Material Database Settings

Configuring the bill of material database

Creating and Editing Parts Lists

Adding and modifying parts lists

Using Parts List Filters and Groups

Filtering the scope of parts lists

Adding Balloons

Adding and modifying balloons

Using Balloon Settings

Configuring balloons

Analysis and Validation

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Introducing Analysis

Overview of analysis tools

Using Moment of Inertia

Moment of inertia and strength of beam calculations

Calculating Deflection Line

Moment of inertia and strength of beam calculations

Calculating Shafts

Shaft strength calculations

Performing a Finite Element Analysis

Developing a 2D FEA analysis model

Applying Finite Element Analysis Meshing and Understanding the Results

Meshing and solving FEA analysis model

Using the Cam Profile Generator

Developing cam geometry

Understanding the Cam Profile and Analysis

Completing the Cam profile and analyzing the design

Implementing Preferences and Standards

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Understanding Preferences and Standards

Understanding Mechanicals Preferences and Standards

Configuring Standards Settings

Configuring Standard Settings

Configuring Structure Settings

Configuring Structure Settings

Configuring Drawing Settings

Configuring Drawing Settings

Configuring Content Settings

Configuring Content Settings

Configuring Shaft Settings

Configuring Shaft Settings

Configuring Calculation Settings

Configuring Calculation Settings

Configuring Preferences Settings

Configuring Preferences Settings

Configuring the Associative Hide Settings

Configuring the Associative Hide Settings

Configuring the Power Snap Settings

Configuring the Power Snap Settings

Configuring Object Property Settings

Configuring Object Property Settings

Interoperability and Collaboration

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Understanding the Interoperability of AutoCAD and Mechanical

Overview of moving from AutoCAD to Mechanical and back

Using Autodesk Synergy

Ability to create associative section and detail views of 3D models created in Inventor, and other CAD programs

Using AutoCAD Designs in Mechanical

Moving designs from AutoCAD to Mechanical

Mapping AutoCAD Layers

Moving objects from AutoCAD layers to Mechanical layers

Removing Mechanical Structure

Removing structure definitions from a Mechanical file

Migrating Title Blocks and Parts Lists

Migrating AutoCAD title blocks and parts lists to Mechanical

  • Duration 7 hr 0 mins
  • Skill level All Levels
  • Languages en_US
  • Tag(s) Design AutoCAD


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