This course addresses the needs of Mechanical Designers. It will first teach you how to design a new part with the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, insert the part in a product then position and constrain it. You will learn how to assign material properties and compute weight, then complete a simple drawing. Finally, you will learn how to create a new part version, replace the original part and update the product. More advanced topics will also be covered: they will teach you how to manage complex product structures, create product features, manage catalogs and analyze assemblies.
|Discipline:||Electrical and Fluids Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Multidiscipline Simulation, Multiphysics Simulation, Styling, Systems Engineering|
|Industry:||Aerospace & Defense, Architecture, Engineering & Construction, Home & Lifestyle, Consumer Packaged Goods & Retail, Energy and Materials, Business Services, High-Tech, Industrial Equipment, Life Sciences, Marine & Offshore, Transportation & Mobility|
|Role:||Creative Designer, Product Industrial Designer, Transportation Designer, 3DMaster Conceptual Designer, Mechanical Designer, Mechanical and Shape Designer, Sheet Metal Designer, Machine and Equipment Designer, Shaped Machine and Equipment Designer, Powertrain and Chassis Designer, Composites Braiding Designer, Composites Designer, Composites Manufacturer, Composites Engineer, Plastic Mechanical Designer, Interior Designer, Structure Designer, Product Enclosure Designer, Electrical 3D Systems Designer, Fluid 3D Systems Designer, 3D Design Manufacturing Engineeer, Noise and Vibration Analyst, Mechanical Analyst, Structural Vibration Analyst, Finite Element Modeling Specialist|
|Audience:||Designers who need to work with mechanical parts|
|Prerequisites:||Students attending this course should have completed the Gateway to the 3DEXPERIENCE platform course. They should also be familiar with CATIA V5 Mechanical Desig|