AutoCAD Mechanical 2016 Beginner to Advanced Video Tutorial DVDsCareerVision Training
£ 238 - ($ 908.768)
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- Birmingham (Inglaterra)
¿Qué aprendes en este curso?
- AutoCAD Mechanical 2015 Beginner to Advanced Training on DVDs
- Over 7+ Hours of training by Certified Autodesk Instructor David Cohn
- Exercise Files Included
- Instructor: Nicholas Bouray
Our video tutorial courses put the control in your hands. Use when wanted or needed to answer a question, and watch again and again as often as you need.
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- Datasets and drawing files included.
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- Brian Gutschow Getting Started (0:44)
Introducing the Default User Interface (2:47)
Enabling the Alternate User Interfaces (2:46)
Changing the Color Scheme (0:51)
Accessing the Help Resources (1:34)
Understanding Layer Management (5:33)
Using the Layer Management Tools (2:29)
Working with the Layer Management Tools (3:51)
Creating and Manipulating Geometry (1:37)
Drawing Rectangles and Squares (2:43)
Drawing Centerlines (3:36)
Drawing More Centerlines (5:00)
Adding Standard Holes (5:49)
Adding Slots (5:38)
Adding Counterbore and Countersunk Holes (3:52)
Drawing Section Lines (5:03)
Drawing Zig-Zag and Symmetrical Lines (2:03)
Using Construction Line Tools (2:27)
Using Basic Construction Lines (1:56)
Using Construction Line Circles (4:08)
Using Inferred Constraints to Draw Simple Shapes (1:55)
Projecting Construction Lines (2:37)
Using Contour Tracing (2:34)
Using Hatch Commands (6:09)
Adding Fillets (3:44)
Adding Chamfers (3:25)
Using the Offset Command (1:56)
Moving and Rotating Copies Simultaneously (3:06)
Using the Join and 2D Hide Commands (3:47)
Editing and Erasing Mechanical Objects (3:12)
Using Power Copy (2:26)
Creating Shafts with Shaft Generator (7:35)
Editing Shafts with Shaft Generator (2:56)
Creating Shaft Side Views and Section Views (2:56)
Using Spring Utilities (3:39)
Creating Chain and Belt Designs (2:52)
Creating Chain and Belt Designs and Calculating Their Length (6:13)
Creating Shaft Parts (4:03)
Inserting Structural Steel Shapes (3:28)
Using the Power View and Change Representation Tools (3:41)
Managing and Using Content Libraries
Using Content Libraries (0:44)
Inserting Objects from Content Libraries (3:12)
Using Content Manager (5:01)
Creating Custom Content Libraries (1:41)
Adding Content to Custom Libraries (3:12)
Importing Data from Excel for Content Libraries (4:55)
Annotations and Documentation
Introducing Annotation and Documentation (1:33)
Using the Power Dimensioning Dialog Box (3:59)
Using Power Dimensioning (2:27)
Using Power Dimensioning for Radial and Diametrical Dimensions (2:29)
Using Power Dimensioning for Angle and Chamfer Dimensions (2:25)
Using Power Dimensioning Fits and Tolerances (3:20)
Configuring the Power Dimensioning Settings (8:11)
Using Power Dimensioning to Place Multiple Dimensions (4:42)
Editing Automatic Dimensions (2:10)
Editing Power Dimensions (1:58)
Modifying Power Dimensions (3:55)
Breaking Dimensions (3:00)
Using Weld Representations (3:46)
Creating Leader Notes (3:47)
Using Surface Texture Symbols (4:00)
Creating Simple Hide Situations (3:55)
Editing a Simple Hide Situation (3:57)
Creating Hole Charts (5:41)
Using Hole Chart Settings (2:21)
Creating Detail View (7:21)
Creating and Editing Viewports (2:14)
Creating Title Blocks and Borders (3:31)
Using Dimension and Symbol Scale Factor (3:24)
Creating and Editing Scale Area (2:32)
Creating Weld Symbols (5:16)
Using Leaders (1:49)
Using the Annotation Monitor (2:33)
Designing Assemblies with Layer Groups
Introducing Layer Groups (0:43)
Creating Layer Groups (2:23)
Using Layer Group Tools (3:29)
Using Additional Layer Group Tools and Techniques (2:32)
Understanding Layer Group Concepts (5:20)
Designing Assemblies with Structure
Understanding Structure Concepts (2:37)
Understanding the Organization of Structure (1:12)
Creating Structure Bill of Material Tools (5:52)
Creating Folders (2:03)
Creating an Assembly with Structure (2:48)
Creating Structure Annotation Views (3:10)
Browsing Structure Tools (5:00)
Documenting Parts and Assemblies
Understanding the Bill of Materials (0:55)
Creating and Editing Part References (5:55)
Working with the Bill of Material Database (5:53)
Using the Bill of Material Database Settings (3:17)
Creating and Editing Parts Lists (4:08)
Using Parts List Filters and Groups (5:08)
Adding Balloons (6:28)
Using Balloon Settings (3:01)
Analysis and Validation
Introducing Analysis (0:40)
Using Moment of Inertia (3:34)
Calculating Deflection Line (5:59)
Calculating Shafts (4:38)
Performing a Finite Element Analysis (3:24)
Applying Finite Element Analysis Meshing and Understanding the Results (4:36)
Using the Cam Profile Generator (5:46)
Understanding the Cam Profile and Analysis (2:43)
Implementing Preferences and Standards
Understanding Preferences and Standards (0:42)
Configuring Standards Settings (4:38)
Configuring Structure Settings (4:15)
Configuring Drawing Settings (3:21)
Configuring Content Settings (5:08)
Configuring Shaft Settings (4:04)
Configuring Calculation Settings (2:50)
Configuring Preferences Settings (3:40)
Configuring the Associative Hide Settings (3:16)
Configuring the Power Snap Settings (4:14)
Configuring Object Property Settings (3:59)
Interoperability and Collaboration
Understanding the Interoperability of AutoCAD and Mechanical (0:46)
Using Autodesk Synergy (3:44)
Using AutoCAD Designs in Mechanical (5:01)
Mapping AutoCAD Layers (3:05)
Removing Mechanical Structure (1:57)
Migrating Title Blocks and Parts Lists (7:04)