This course provides a deeper exploration of mechanical assemblies and simulation, which are key engineering features of the design and manufacturing process. The foundation of engineering design is exploration and iteration. Design is rarely a perfectly linear and straightforward process. In this course, we'll explore mechanical assembly design and simulation, focusing on testing and improving design components and performance. As we move through design assumptions, testing, and refining design ideas, we'll come closer to a final design, while developing a deeper knowledge in Autodesk® Fusion 360™ for simulating and analyzing product functionality.
This course is part of the CAD and Digital Manufacturing Specialization
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Camera Gimbal Design Integration
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS WITH AUTODESK FUSION 360
This course has built me up, in the field of CAE using Fusion 360, I'm so glad.
Well done course where it teaches you how to design a drone with different steps such as Extrude, Constraints, contacts
Amazing course with great contents. Well done Autodesk and Coursera.
excellent course for students of mechanical engineering,this is the best course to learn about design.
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