Generative Design for Improved Performance and Weight Reduction
There are many considerations and factors that play a part in designing a new product, besides cost. Advanced engineering practices performed on seemingly minor parts can have a big effect on improved performance. Generative design allows for the ability to solve for multiple problems and make informed design decisions without sacrifice. Explore how generative design can be applied to motorcycle parts to help reduce mass while also increasing performance. Become proficient in these new technologies to accelerate your career and influence the industry forward.
After this course, you'll be able to:
- Inspect a multi-component assembly.
- Identify manufacturing methods.
- Practice how to reverse engineer for design intent.
- Create a generative design outcome.
- Revise a design for production.
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Getting started In this lesson, we'll discover what you'll learn in this course and download the software and resources you need.
Instructor guide Generative Design for Performance and Weight Reduction
- Generative Design for Improved Performance and Weight Reduction Instructor's guide ▼
Identifying and Modeling Obstacle and Preserve Regions Review of a complex assembly and the identification and modeling of any preserve and obstacle regions needed for the definition of a generative design study.
Setting up a Generative Design Study Set up an unrestricted generative design study for multiple materials to explore the swingarm of a motorcycle.
Review and Select an Outcome Focus on the tools used to explore and select a generative outcome. Selecting the right iteration of an outcome for production is a critical step in the process.
Post Process a File for Production Taking care of the little details in the design will save time from having to manually modify parts after they have been prototyped.
Course challenge Challenge assignments are ungraded and provide you an opportunity to demonstrate your skills and innovate your own solution.
Final test Ready to test your knowledge? Pass this required test with a score of 75% or more.
- Generative Design for Performance and Weight Reduction assessments ▼