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In this first module, you will discover how to make a professional mood board in Adobe Photoshop. You will learn how to import & blend images, add watermarks and change colors. This module will help you create a professional mood board using Photoshop. You will learn to sketch an American Chopper and render the image in 3D.
After sketching your first American Chopper, you have to start designing it. But first you will have to familiarize yourselves with the user interface of SOLIDWORKS Pro and also learn how to customize important shortcuts.
In this module, you will start off by designing the transmission belt and kickstand of the Chopper. You will be using the following features:
Creating a 2D sketch
Draw circles and lines
In this module, you will design the oil tank, Chain, and the pedal of the Chopper. You will be using the following features:
Curve drive pattern
In this module, you will design the front and rear wheels first and then model the front fork of the Chopper. You will be using the following features:
In this project, you will sketch and build a complete road-ready Harley Davidson bike using SOLIDWORKS.
You will learn how to create cut extrudes, revolve cuts, lofts, circular patterns for modeling - setting up of reference planes - curve generation - projected curve creation understanding how to insert the parts in assembly workspace - creation of mates - the difference between float and fix parts - Width mates application.
You will also learn how to create a photo-realistic renderings with real-time appearances and views.
The following list is the key parts/models you will be dealing with under solid modeling using SOLIDWORKS.
In this module, you will learn how to create the sketches in NX CAD
Understanding Tabs and Flanges
Adds a flange to an angle to a planar face and adds a bend between the two.
Creates a base feature by extruding a sketch along a vector, or adds material by sweeping a sketch along an edge or chain of edges.
In this module, you will get a thorough grounding on:
In this module, you will gain experience in:
This project is a slightly upper level which covers some application-oriented features such as beads, hinge creations, hem flange creations.
Under this project, students will be learning the applications of livers in the creation of ventilation for electric casings. Also, the dimple creations in sheet metals will be enlightened here in this project.
Here you will be learning how to create the sheet metal enclosures for unconventional parts.
This project enlightens the skills for modelling the 3D models by using 2D inputs along with the applications of stiffening features in sheet metals.
In this module, you will learn about the governing rules of GD&T. After this class, you will have an understanding of:
In this segment, you will study the following topics:
At the beginning of this section you will have built a good base for learning complex tolerances. In this section you will learn:
Position tolerance is the most widely used tolerance in GD&T.
In this section we will go through:
By now, you will have enough knowledge to read an entire GD&T drawing and understand it. In this section, you will learn about some tolerances that are not widely used in industry but are mentioned in the ASME standard
You will learn:
In this part, you will study complex GD&T drawings and understand every individual tolerance and the message the tolerance conveys.
This will be an introductory session where the basics of the automobiles and types of car bodies are explained. The complete vehicle development process which will explain the stages crossed by a car before it reaches the customer. The complete 3 years of development activity will be explained.
This will be an introductory session where the basics of the automotive BiW is taught. The basics of steel and its properties are covered in major, as steel is an important component used in the cars. Steps followed in the selection of the material is discussed. Also, the cross-functional teams are explained and the need to coordinate with them is explained with the master sections and 3D components of the parts for easy and clear understanding.