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MECHANISMS AND MOTION - ROBOTICS FOCUS

PREPARING FOR A CAREER IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING & 3D DESIGN - Solid Edge; Solidworks; Creo; Blender; AutoCad

4.40 (855 reviews)

25434

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5 hours

Content

Apr 2021

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FREE
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What you will learn

Gain a better mechanical understanding of how mechanisms work and relate to machine and robot design. Prepare yourself for the first class you will take in Mechanical Engineering at University.


Description

Robots use mechanisms to perform a rich variety of tasks and while building a robot in high school can be a lot of fun and a great learning experience, this alone will not prepare you for the introductory class in Mechanical Engineering at the University level.  To move to the next level students need to understand mechanism, 3D CAD and motion.  This is the foundation of Robotics design and countless other areas concerning machine design.  Understanding mechanisms and how they work is a critical part of Mechanical Engineering and Design. This class takes a look at various types of mechanism used to build machines and robots.


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MECHANISMS AND MOTION - ROBOTICS FOCUS
MECHANISMS AND MOTION - ROBOTICS FOCUS
MECHANISMS AND MOTION - ROBOTICS FOCUS
MECHANISMS AND MOTION - ROBOTICS FOCUS

Content

Getting Started - What You Need to Know

Getting Started

Class Approach & Creative Thinking

CAM MECHANISMS

002 What is a Mechanism?

003 Building a Simple CAM and Follower

004 Eccentric Cams

005 Common Cam Types

006 Introduction to Class Files

007 Common Cam Types Applied

008 Roller Follower versus Knife Edge

009 Cam Vice Lock

010 Eccentric Cam Scissors

011 Physical Motion Compared to No Analysis

012 Eccentric Cam Versus 3 Arc Triangle

013 Scissors - Removing the Need for Spring Loading

014 Challenge: Lining Up the Scissor Blades

015 Finding the Best Mechanism for the Task

016 Constant Versus Fast Drop Motion

018 Hammer - Part 02

019 Random Combinations Drive Innovation - Learning How to Make Connections

Introduction to Four Bar Mechanisms

020 Introduction to Four Bar Mechanisms

021 Output Link Sweep Area

022 Turning a 2D Sketch in 3D

023 Adding Motion to the 3D Mechanism and Changing Mechanism Lengths

024 Real World Applications - Lifting Motion

025 Adding Hydraulics for Better Precision

026 Design Improvements

027 Creating Movie Files

028

029 Hook and Drag - Part 02

Hoeckens Mechanism - Straight Line Motion

030 Straight Line Motion

031 Hoeckens Mechanism

032 Straight Line Applications

034 Walking Machine - Part 01

035 Walking Machine - Part 02

036 Walking Machine - Part 03

037 Walking Machine - Part 04 - Building a Body Around the Mechanism

038 Four Bar - Crushing Motion

039 Crushing Motion - Part 02

041 Crushing Motion - Part 03

042 Crushing Motion - Part 04

043 Grashof Law

Slider Crank Mechanisms

044 Slider Crank Mechanism Design

045 Engine Slider Crank

046 Reciprocating Saw Mechanism

047 Reciprocating Saw - Part 02

048 Reciprocating Saw - Part 03

049 Matching Guide Length with Stroke

050 Understanding Stroke Distance

051 Circle Crank

052 Slider Crank - Sewing Machine

053 Sewing Machine - Part 02

054 Slider Crank - Cutting

055 Slider Crank - Cutting - Part 02

056 - Slider Crank - Stamping Motion

Scotch Yoke Mechanisms

057 Slotted Crank Mechanism

058 Converting Linear Motion to Circular Motion

059 Scotch Yoke

060 Scotch Yoke - Adding Functionality

061 Scotch Yoke - Vertical to Angle

062 Scotch Yoke - Changing the Stroke Length

063 Scotch Yoke - Slot to Arc

064 Scotch Yoke - Waving Hand

065 Scotch Yoke Waving Hand - Part 02

066 Scotch Yoke - Adding and Changing Images

067 - Creating Your Own Variations

068 Design Variations and Improvements

069 Design Variations and Improvements - Part 02

070 Using the Image to Create a 3D Part

Advanced Mechanism Concepts

071 Iris

072 Iris - Part 02

073 Iris - Part 03

074 Crank Slider Variations

ROBOT DESIGN

What is a Hoekens Mechanism?

Mechanism Layout

2D to 3D

Linkage Assembly

Applying a Motor

Crank Slider Mechanism

Add Pump Components

Modify the Slider Motion

Assembly the Launch Components

Cam Profile Design

Model the Cam

Assemble the Cam Components



Reviews

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Wynn25 December 2020

I like looking at the mechanisms. I am learning the process in how to create mechanisms, and think systematically at the same time creatively when forming new ideas.

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Andrew3 December 2020

Excellent presentations, concise and in depth. Instructor has great knowledge of mechanical design and the use of Solid Edge as a tool!

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JerryLee31 August 2020

I have been wanting to start a course like this one and here it is. So I’m not just giving it a high rating but I’m looking to sign up for next level class in this training & subject series.

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Ashok16 May 2020

This course was very informative and good go to understand some of the basics of mechanics and their applications

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Vignesh10 April 2020

Its good for basic mechanical assemblies. Needed more calculation data reference for better understanding.

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Seyedmahdi26 January 2020

Designing mechanical components and using the Solid Edge software explained. A very useful course for mechanical and design engineers.

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shah10 September 2019

it was my first time and that first time i really enjoyed that course also that are relate with my field and all that i only learn in theory and that are first time that see mechanism and motion

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Arjun24 June 2019

Great course. Got an idea of various mechanisms used and how to design that with the help of solid edge.

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Amit24 April 2019

I am satisfy YOUR Mechanism and Motion lecture videos. Thanks for providing this excellent content. ..

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S12 April 2019

Its a great way of teaching building mechanisms and developing real life applications.Thanks you so much for making such a beautiful teaching material and I am sure it not only helps youngsters but inspiring too

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Shivam27 March 2019

Very nicely explained. I am Solidworks guy, but after going through this course I would definitely try SolidEdge, the interface seems very friendly.

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Henry26 March 2019

The concepts, being presented, are proving to be insightful. It's helping me to more to visually understand, those concepts.



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4/9/2018

Course created date

7/12/2019

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