Free Sheet Metal Design Course

Sheet Metal Design Course

Sheet Metal Design Course 

 About this Sheet Metal Design course: 

Enroll this free Sheet Metal Design course Complete and Automated Sheet Metal Design in Solid Edge 

By the numbers 

Ability level: Intermediate Level 

Understudies: 5790 

Dialects: English 

Inscriptions: No 

Talks: 50 

Video: 3 complete hours 

Description of this free Sheet Metal Design course:

Sheet metal can be cut, bowed and extended into a stunning exhibit of shapes. To meet remarkable sheet metal plan difficulties, similar to manufacturability, Solid Edge smoothed out the whole sheet metal item improvement measure, from CAD plan through level example and drawing advancement. Dissimilar to broadly very  useful CAD apparatuses, Solid Edge incorporates sheet metal-explicit highlights, as Emboss, Dimple, Drawn Cut, Bead, Contour Flange, Straight Brake and Etch. This class presents the ideas and best practices for making 3D sheet metal models with Siemens Solid Edge software. A center plan ability of Solid Edge is the Sheet Metal climate, which gives a whole plan through-manufacture work process, utilizing smoothed out coordinated displaying strategies custom fitted to the interesting needs of sheet metal plan. 

What you'll learn in this Sheet Metal Design course:

Make Sheet metal parts and level examples. Create Sheet Metal models with less advances. Constructed sheet metal parts around a gathering. 

Are there any course necessities or requirements? 

3D CAD Software Siemens Solid Edge (Free Download). Take or enroll the class “3D CAD Fundamentals with SIEMENS Solid Edge”. 

Who this freeSheet Metal Design course is for: 

Originators who are keen on Mechanical Engineering and Sheet Metal 

Content of this free Sheet Metal course:

Section 1: Introduction

1. Introduction

2. Creating a Flange

3. Cut Command

4. Face Normal Cut Types

5. Corner Relief

6. Close 2 Bend Corner

7. Contour Flange

8. Creating a Wall Cabinet

9. Creating a Contour Flange from a Sketch

10. Bend Command

11. Jog Command

12. Bend Activity - Extend Profile Option

13. Rotating Faces with the Magic Wheel

14. Setting Gage Thickness

15. Material Property Options

16. Hem Command

17. Joining Sheet-Metal Using the Hem Command

18. Hem Options

19. Connecting Sheet-Metal Pieces Together

20. Additional Ways to Join Sheet-Metal Pieces

21. More Complex Hem Options - Ordered Mode

22. Louver Command

23. Louver Options

24. Creating a Ceiling Vent - Louver Options

25. Gusset Command

26. Deformation Features

27. Dimple Command - Creating a Bowl

28. Creating a Sink Tray Insert - Part 1

29. Creating a Sink Tray Insert - Part 2

30. Creating a Sheet-Metal Cover - Part 1

31. Creating a Sheet-Metal Cover - Part 2

32. Creating a Sheet-Metal Box - Part 1

33. Creating a Sheet-Metal Box - Part 2

34. Loft Command - Circle to Square

35. Loft Unbend - Snow-Cone

36. Creating a Tool-Box - Part 1

37. Creating a Tool-Box - Part 2

38. Creating a Tool-Box - Part 3

39. Creating the Tool-Box Hinge & Movie File - Part 4

40. Tool-Box Activity - Adding a Lock

41. Tool-Box Activity - Fixing the Hinge

42. Tool-Box - Adjusting the Lid

43. Tool-Box - Adding a Latch

44. Creating a Cover Around an Existing Assembly

45. Wrist Bracelet - Unfold

46. Sheet-Metal Assembly - Part 1

47. Sheet-Metal Assembly - Part 2

48. Common Bend Tabs

49. Part to Sheet-Metal Command

50. Creating Text - Ordered Mode

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Educator of this Sheet Metal Design course:

John Devitry 

Mechanical Engineering and 3D Design 

 John Devitry (Educator of this course) a Research Fellow at the Center of Space Engineering — Utah State University 2015 – 2019. From 2004 to 2015 John Devitry showed the initial classes for Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at USU while additionally functioning as the CAD Administrator at Space Dynamics Laboratory — the exploration arm of USU. 

Throughout the long term John has built up an extraordinary and convincing way to deal with training mechanical designing and 3D configuration, presenting the idea of Conceptual Design Blending as an approach to encourage innovative deduction with designing illustrations understudies. 

Prior is his vocation John worked for 3D Systems, advancing quick prototyping and fast tooling innovations visiting several driving plans and assembling organizations around the globe. He holds 3 licenses building up the item from idea to advertise, offering the patent rights to free speculators. John appreciates composing and has distributed 3 articles in BYU Studies. Instruction: 1986 – 1990 Brigham Young University Provo, UT. Four year certification in scientific studies Degree in Engineering.


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