Mechanical Engineering: Introduction to CAD

Introduction to CAD for Engineers is a critical step in the right direction for any user learning CAD for the first time or just getting into Autodesk® Fusion 360™. This course covers the basics of sketching and modeling that are needed as a foundation in a career as an engineer. Throughout this course, we explore how to build parametric based parts and assemblies using best practices, exploring the tools at our disposal. This course is the first in a course series that focuses on design of a complete concept bicycle.  

After completing this course, you'll be able to:

  • Understand the parametric CAD workflow.
  • Identify interface aspects of Fusion 360.
  • Articulate the difference between a Body and a Component.
  • Model components defined by parameters.
  • Manipulate part material and appearances.

Mechanical Engineering: Introduction to CAD
10 lessons | 2 hours 30 minutes
Author: Matt Perez
Software: Fusion 360
Level: Beginner
Enrollment: 4089

iCourse Description

Lesson 1: Getting started

Lesson 2: Starter activity

Lesson 3: Introduction to the Fusion UI

Lesson 4: Sketch the tires

Lesson 5: Layout the main frame sketch geometry

Lesson 6: Model the handlebars and clamp

Lesson 7: Create the pedals

Lesson 8: Course assessment

Lesson 9: Course challenge assignment

Lesson 10: Next steps

very very useful...this course help to start my design carrier thankyou...
its useful for beginers
I would definitely recommend this course for those beginners and those who want to learn about 3D cad for college and everyday life and hoppiest
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