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AutoCAD Mechanical 2010 Training Course    

Our AutoCAD® Mechanical 2010 Training includes training for AutoCAD 2010. AutoCAD Mechanical is a design and drafting tool for manufacturing, and is used to accelerate the mechanical design process. Our AutoCAD Mechanical  training will show you how to work more efficiently and teach you  to save hours of design time by automating common design tasks.

AutoCAD Mechanical 2010 Course Outline
Environment
  Getting Started
  Default User Interface
  Alternate User Interfaces
  Help
  Layer Management: Basic Concepts
  AutoCAD Mechanical Layer Management
  AutoCAD Mechanical Layer Management Tools

Creating Designs
  Geometry Creation and Manipulation
  Drawing Rectangles and Squares
  Drawing Centerlines
  Drawing More Centerlines
  Drawing Zig Zag and Symmetrical Lines
  Drawing Section Lines
  Construction Line Tools
  Basic Construction Lines
  Construction Line Circles
  Projecting Construction Lines
  Contour Tracing
  Hatch Commands
  Adding Fillets
  Adding Chamfers
  Offset Command
  Move, Copy and Rotate Command
  Join and 2D Hide Commands
  Adding Standard Holes
  Adding Counterbored and Countersunk Holes
  Adding Slots
  Editing and Erasing Mechanical Objects 
  Shaft Generator - Part 1
  Shaft Generator - Part 2
  Shaft Side Views and Section Views

Creating Designs
  Shaft Parts
  Spring Utilities
  Chain and Belt Design Tools
  Chain and Belt Design - Length
  Inserting Structural Steel Shapes
  Power Copy
  Power View

Managing and Using Content Libraries
  Content Libraries
  Inserting Objects from Content Libraries
  Content Manager
  Creating Custom Content Libraries
  Adding Content to Custom Libraries

Annotations and Documentation
  Annotation and Documentation Overview
  Power Dimensioning
  Radial and Diametrical Dimensions
  Angle and Chamfer Dimensions
  Dialog Box
  Fits and Tolerances
  Power Dimensioning Settings
  Multiple Dimensions
  Editing Automatic Dimensions
  Editing Power Dimensions
  Joining, Inserting and Checking Dimensions
  Breaking Dimensions
  Weld Representations
  Leader Notes
  Surface Texture Symbols
  Weld Symbols
  Creating Hole Charts
  Hole Chart Settings
  Title Blocks and Borders
  Dimension and Symbol Scale Factor
  Detail View
  Viewport Creation and Editing
  Scale Area Creation and Editing
  Creating Simple Hide Situations
  Editing a Simple Hide Situation

Designing Assemblies with Layer Groups
  Layer Group Overview
  Layer Group Concepts
  Creating Layer Groups
  Layer Group Tools
  Additional Layer Group Tools and Techniques

Designing Assemblies with Structure
  Structure Overview
  Structure Concepts
  Structure Bill of Material Tools
  Creating Folders
  Creating an Assembly with Structure
  Creating Additional Structure Views 
  Structure Annotation Views
  Browser Structure Tools

Documenting Parts and Assemblies
  BOM Concepts
  Creating and Editing Part References
  Working with the Bill of Material Database
  Bill of Material Database Settings
  Creating and Editing Parts Lists
  Parts List Filters and Groups
  Parts List Settings
  Adding Balloons
  Balloon Settings

Analysis and Validation
  Analysis Overview
  Deflection Line Calculations
  Shaft Calculations
  Finite Element Analysis
  Finite Element Analysis Meshing and Results
  Cam Profile Generator
  Cam Profile and Analysis

Interoperability with AutoCAD
  Interoperability of AutoCAD and Mechanical
  AutoCAD to Mechanical
  Mapping AutoCAD Layers
  Removing Mechanical Structure
  Migrating Title Blocks and Parts Lists

Interoperability with Inventor
  Documenting Inventor Models with Mechanical
  Creating Inventor Links
  Creating Projected Views
  Creating Section and Broken Views
  Creating Multiple Views and Detail Views
  Updating Inventor Link Drawings
  Drawing View Settings
  Documenting Inventor Assemblies

Implementing Preferences and Standards
  Mechanical Preferences and Standards
  AM:Standards Settings
  AM:Structure Settings
  AM:Drawing Settings
  AM:Content Settings
  AM:Shaft Settings
  AM:Calculation Settings
  AM:Preferences Settings

Implementing Preferences and Standards
  Associative Hide Settings
  Power Snap Settings
  Object Property Setting