This learning path provides you with a guided and systematic approach to learn about the Mechanical Designer role. It covers the knowledge and know-how related to solid modeling, wireframes, sketches, basic surfaces and building assemblies. This learning path also provides the opportunity to practice the various functionalities that you have learned.
Upon completion of this learning path, you will be able to design solid models using the parametric approach, build assemblies using solid models, create simple mechanisms, simulate the relative motions and generate detailed drawings for parts and assemblies.
Aerospace & Defense, Energy and Materials, High-Tech, Home & Lifestyle, Industrial Equipment, Life Sciences, Marine & Offshore, Transportation & Mobility
Assembly Process Engineering & Virtual Build, Automated Component Engineering, Automated Variant Creation, Chassis and Suspension Concept Engineering, Continuous Product Development, Electric Drive Engineering, Equipment Mechanical Engineering, Mold Engineering, Naval Architecture Referential, Part Fabrication Process Engineering, Product Mechanical Design, Stamping Die Engineering, Standard Component Management
Students enrolling for this learning path must be familiar with the engineering concepts and fundamentals of the Mechanical Design domain.