Ultimate guide to design your own machine
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Ultimate guide to design your own machine

Practical guide to learn how to design a tailored machine
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3.6 (19 ratings)
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Last updated 5/2020
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This course includes
  • 11.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Know the complete details of 2D and 3D modeling
  • How to create a Mechanism
  • How to create a sephisticated product
  • How to use parts ready in your design
  • Use part and assembly design in department in CATIA
Requirements
  • Basic khnowledge of CATIA V5 software
  • Interest in Industrial Machine
  • Your enthusiasm to discouvre new things in design
Description

To follow this course, you don’t have to be an engineer nor even greatly proficient in the mechanical field. All you really need is to have basic knowledge of designing on CATIA V5 and be fond of mechanical designs.

I chose catia for my designs because it is, as you no doubt know, one of the most used 3D programs by great companies like: Boeing, Bombardier Aéronautique, Michelin, Renault, LG, Thales, nokia and so many others.

I wanted to create a series of courses entitled: IMD, first to fulfill a dream I’ve always had about designing mechanical machines and second, and no less important, I wanted to share with you my know-how, and the experiences I’ve gained along quite a few years.

The first course of the series is going to be: how to design a nailing table?

This particular product is of course already on the market.

However, the object is to work on the weaknesses of the existing products and make our product:

-comfortable to use

-easy and quick to disassemble

-capable of moving the pallets

I’ll also show you how to integrate ready-designed parts found on the net you’ll be needing into your own design

In addition, this course will teach you how to turn a 2D mechanism into a 3D one certainly a very important steps in your design.

OK Enough talking and let’s get down to business.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who want to create a machine
  • Anyone who want to create your own product
Course content
Expand all 47 lectures 11:30:49
+ Design
40 lectures 10:30:40
Mechanism Base
07:35
Base fix
15:25
Base mobile
07:00
Short Pillar
06:00
Long pillar
04:30
SHF-SMD
13:05
Pneumatic cylinder
23:23
Measure Jack
20:21
Bearer bars 1
13:10
Bearer bars 2
12:21
Bearer bars 3
23:29
Mechanism of Rotation
16:34
Workbench
22:31
Tubes
11:45
Transporter
28:01
Base of P.C Part 1
21:11
Base of P.C Part 2
09:13
Translation mechanism
21:26
Fixation Right bracket
11:00
Support
08:01
Links
09:10
Support for link 35
09:19
Fixative
21:40
Link 25
05:30
Assembly
20:38
Assembly Part of Workbench
21:44
Assembly part of workbench 2
12:03
Product
15:54
Mechanism of Rotation
14:00
Product 2
12:27
Product 3
27:45
screws 1
14:32
screws 2
12:13
screws assembly 1
24:41
screws assembly 2
15:49
screws assembly 3
21:52
screws assembly 4
28:29
Fixative Parts
23:48
Fixative part assembly
14:54
+ Test
3 lectures 51:36
Test 1
19:10
Test 2
14:29
Test 3
17:57