Mechanical Desktop

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Description

Mechanical Desktop is a fully featured parametric, surface and assembly modeller enabling 2D drawings of parts and assemblies to be generated by a few mouse clicks. Design problems can be highlighted in the early stages with various analysis tools, and this functionality can be linked directly to spreadsheets to provide an automated associated report. This comprehensive course will focus on the essential functions of Parametric Modelling (designing with intent), covering the planning and thought processes required for 3D modelling, and in-depth instruction on how to apply the software.

Course Content

- User interface
- View manipulation in desktop modelling
- Identify base feature of compo…

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Mechanical Desktop is a fully featured parametric, surface and assembly modeller enabling 2D drawings of parts and assemblies to be generated by a few mouse clicks. Design problems can be highlighted in the early stages with various analysis tools, and this functionality can be linked directly to spreadsheets to provide an automated associated report. This comprehensive course will focus on the essential functions of Parametric Modelling (designing with intent), covering the planning and thought processes required for 3D modelling, and in-depth instruction on how to apply the software.

Course Content

- User interface
- View manipulation in desktop modelling
- Identify base feature of component and relations with other features
- Constraining and parametric detailing of sketches – use of equations "part and global"
- Making a truly intelligent model
- Sketch planes, work planes, work points and work axis
- The transparent building blocks
- Place features e.g. holes, fillets, arrays
- Using the browser
- Updating and restructuring parts
- Drawing manager i.e. associated views of model
- Introduction to assembly constraints
- Boolean operations on parts
- Assembly modelling, sub-assemblies & scenes
- Catalogue
- Constraining assemblies
- Updating assemblies
- Long term strategy for database

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