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Distance learning resources for manufacturing and engineering

The students must and should learn the basic software's in the field of Mechanical Engineering like AUTOCAD. He should also aware of the other modelling and Analysis software's so that he can model an object and analyze it under the application of external forces. The students must and should learn the basic software's in the field of Mechanical Engineering like AUTOCAD. He should also aware of the other modelling and Analysis software's so that he can model an object and analyze it under the application of external forces.

When in-person learning isn’t possible, Autodesk Design Academy is here to support educators with free distance learning opportunities. We’ve compiled the following resources, including courses and curricula, to help educators support students remotely.

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Teach manufacturing

Take part in your student’s progress with the following distance learning materials for machining and manufacturing.

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Teach mechanical engineering

These mechanical engineering resources will broaden your students' skillset to help them be successful today and tomorrow.

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Teach the basics with Fusion 360

Get set up with Fusion 360's cloud-based tools to engage your students in a collaborative, virtual classroom environment.

Teach CAD/CAM from home

Take part in your student’s progress with the following distance learning materials for machining and manufacturing. Each course can be integrated into the classroom either as a curriculum through your own learning management system (LMS) or as a self-paced course where students can learn at their own speed. Access video lectures, challenge assignments, and assessments to help you teach from home.

Introduction to CAD, CAM, and Practical CNC Machining

This content introduces your students to the foundational knowledge in computer-aided design, manufacture, and the practical use of CNC machines. You have two options to access this content: download the resources to bring into your own LMS or share it with your students to learn at their own pace.

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3-Axis Machining with Fusion 360

This content explores how to rough and finish geometry that requires tool motion in X, Y, and Z simultaneously, learning how to finish even the finest of details. You have two options to access this content: download the resources to bring into your own LMS or share it with your students to learn at their own pace.

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Fusion 360: Introduction to CAD/CAM

This content walks students through on-the-job skills needed for precision machining, while preparing for the NIMS Level 1 CAM Standard credential. You have two options to access this content: download the resources to bring into your own LMS or share it with your students to learn at their own pace.

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Teach mechanical engineering students from home

These mechanical engineering resources will broaden your students' skillset to help them be successful today and tomorrow. Each course can be integrated into the classroom either as a curriculum through your own learning management system (LMS) or as a self-paced course where students can learn at their own speed. Access video lectures, challenge assignments, and assessments to help you teach from home.

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Design and Manufacturing

This content explores the design for manufacture workflow and shows how to validate models and create the G-code, the programming language that tells CNC machines how to move. You have two options to access this content: download the resources to bring into your own LMS or share it with your students to learn at their own pace.

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Modeling and Design for Mechanical Engineers

This content lays the foundation to create any design and dive deep into topics about the control of the design. From assembly joints to complex shapes using forms, students' designs will be rock solid. You have two options to access this content: download the resources to bring into your own LMS or share it with your students to learn at their own pace.

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Simulation Analysis for Mechanical Engineers

This content explores the usage of static stress simulation, shape optimization, thermal and other mechanical simulation types to better understand how we can apply these tools to everyday design problems. You have two options to access this content: download the resources to bring into your own LMS or share it with your students to learn at their own pace.

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Generative Design for Additive Manufacturing

This content introduces one of the more common applications of generative design: Additive Manufacturing or 3D printing, as it’s also known. You have two options to access this content: download the resources to bring into your own LMS or share it with your students to learn at their own pace.

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Get your students started with the basics

Start with the following tools and resources to make distance learning possible. Get set up with Fusion 360's cloud-based tools to engage your students in a collaborative, virtual classroom environment.

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Be sure to download Fusion 360, a cloud-based 3D CAD/CAM/CAE software with collaboration tools that help in any virtual classroom environment.

Getting setup in Fusion 360 is quick and easy so that you can move swiftly into designing and making.

With expanded Fusion 360 capabilities, like role permissions at team and project levels, Fusion Team is a collaboration tool that can help facilitate distance learning. Learn more about how to get started using Fusion Team for Academia.

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We've got you covered. Our distance learning resources are available in two formats to let you download curricula or point your students to self-paced courses where they can learn at their own speed.

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Download resources for your virtual classroom

We offer instructional videos, assignments, step-by-step guides, datasets, and more—all available for download. Then you can add those resources to your own learning management system (LMS).

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Point students to self-paced courses

Let your students work at their own speed while they keep track of their own progress online. They'll even earn a certificate of completion at the end of a course to celebrate their success!

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What's the difference between AutoCAD, AutoCAD Mechanical and AutoCAD LT?

By Chami Ranaweera l Redstack Applications Engineer - Mechanical and Electrical

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AutoCAD is one of the most popular and longest standing CAD systems in the market today. It was released initially in 1982 and still is used widely across many disciplines, including Mechanical, Civil, Electrical and Architectural to name a few. Many companies use it solely as a 2D drafting system, however it is much more than that. Yes, we can create basic or complex 2D geometry very quickly and on top of this, AutoCAD has features for creating and editing 3D models with solids, surfaces, and mesh objects. Creating our own programs via LISP routines. Annotating drawings with dimensions, text, leaders, and tables, are all very easy processes in AutoCAD as is creating production ready multi sheet drawings. AutoCAD has a very customisable interface, the ribbon and tool palettes with add-on apps and APIs, users can create their own feel and workspace. Attaching and importing data from PDF files, importing data from DGN files and numerous other software, and interacting with Navisworks and Bing or Google Maps can all be done on AutoCAD.

Supported operating systems:

AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT have been able to run natively on either Windows or Mac operating systems since 2014. Prior to this it was only available as a Windows application. Initially due to general interface differences users reported some challenges, however the more recent releases AutoCAD and LT for MAC now have a very user-friendly interface.

AutoCAD Mechanical

AutoCAD Mechanical software includes all the functionality of AutoCAD, plus a library of standards-based parts and tools. Users can automate mechanical engineering tasks generating machine components, creating BOM, it has 700,000+ intelligent parts to support ANSI, ISO, DIN, JIS, BSI, CSN, and GB standards. It does a lot of the mechanical calculations for if creating a set of gears or for almost any mechanical device. It has many powerful systems for streamlining your mechanical design processes.

Since 2019 Autodesk have changed the way they market AutoCAD Mechanical.

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We currently have an option to purchase or upgrade an existing AutoCAD Mechanical with a stack of other AutoCAD overlays, including the following.

  1. AutoCAD Architecture
  2. AutoCAD Mechanical
  3. AutoCAD Electrical
  4. AutoCAD MEP
  5. AutoCAD Plant 3D
  6. AutoCAD Map 3D
  7. AutoCAD Raster Design

AutoCAD LT

AutoCAD LT was initially designed as a Light version of AutoCAD suitable for use on a Laptop computer. Autodesk limited this to 2D environment and removed the more hardware intensive 3D aspects of AutoCAD. But it still does many of the other AutoCAD features.

What AutoCAD Gives you that AutoCAD LT does not

Here are some of the main functionalities that differentiate AutoCAD LT from AutoCAD:

  • Built-in programming capabilities, AutoLISP can be used for creating your own programs to automatically generate design processes and drawings.
  • Network licensing for using and managing AutoCAD on multiple machines over a network.
  • CAD standards tools to help manage your drawing standards and check that AutoCAD drawings you make or that you receive from others conform to your companies drafting standards.

So which is the best version of AutoCAD for me?

The most important part of the equation is what your customers want. If your market insists on 3D design and drawings files, AutoCAD LT will give you that functionality. Similarly, if you work as a subcontractor for another construction company that has standardised on full AutoCAD with 3D, it would be advisable to make the same choice.

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Equally, developing a capability to use full AutoCAD could present more new business opportunities and potential company growth. The following points may help guide your decision:

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  • The types of market you want to aim for (commercial construction may offer more opportunities to leverage digital 3D design compared to residential construction)
  • The resources you have available, not just in quantity, but also by type. Some users love full AutoCAD, while others may find it challenging. Consider a trial version to see how things are likely to work out with your own staff learning curves.
  • Staff and user like or dislikes, it may take a while to get to grips with full 3D AutoCAD. Another good reason to start with a trial version as it will give you some idea of the time and effort required.
  • Budget and return on investment. Any extra cost and extra functionality should let you create more value and generate more profit.

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AutoCAD and AutoCAD Mechanical can be purchased as part of the Product, Design and Manufacturing Collection here: https://www.redstackshop.com.au/autodesk-product-design-and-manufacturing-collection

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