Manufacturing Online Course Catalog
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Interested in starting your career in a manufacturing company or looking to expand your current skill set? Find the course you need by filtering through our catalog of online manufacturing courses:
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Principles of Design ThinkingDesign thinking is a problem-solving framework that is transforming fields from entertainment to international development. In this beginner-level course, you will practice...Training Provider: AutodeskCost: $0Pricing Type: Individual CourseDifficulty: BeginnerLanguage: English
Mechanical Engineering: Problem Solving, Modeling, and PrototypingProblem solving, modeling and prototyping walks engineering students through various ways to find and design around potential design challenges. We'll explore how to use Fusion...Training Provider: AutodeskCost: $0Pricing Type: Individual CourseDifficulty: IntermediateLanguage: English
Principles of Sustainable DesignThe principles of sustainable design are integral to all stages of the design and build process and can drive innovation, while also preserving natural resources. This...Training Provider: AutodeskCost: $0Pricing Type: Individual CourseDifficulty: AdvancedLanguage: English
Industrial Design FoundationsTake a high-level, practical look at industrial design. Learn about the role of storytelling in design, review a case study of an actual designer, and more.Training Provider: LinkedIn LearningCost: $29.99Pricing Type: Sitewide SubscriptionDifficulty: BeginnerLanguage: English
Learning Design Thinking: Lead Change in Your OrganizationLearn how design thinking can lead to better business solutions. Discover new strategies for ideation and problem-solving, such as journey mapping, concepting, and prototyping.Training Provider: LinkedIn LearningCost: $29.99Pricing Type: Sitewide SubscriptionDifficulty: BeginnerLanguage: English
Rapid Prototyping for Product DesignBring your product designs into the real world with rapid prototyping. Get a close look at the machinery and the techniques, such as 3D printing, machining, and injection molding.Training Provider: LinkedIn LearningCost: $29.99Pricing Type: Sitewide SubscriptionDifficulty: IntermediateLanguage: English
Reverse Engineering Foundations: Product DesignDiscover basic reverse engineering. Learn how to use physical measurement 3D scanning and touch probes to measure real-world objects and work with them in your CAD tool of choice.Training Provider: LinkedIn LearningCost: $29.99Pricing Type: Sitewide SubscriptionDifficulty: IntermediateLanguage: English
Sketching for Product Design and AECLearn sketching basics such as how to quickly generate shapes and forms, using planes, projection methods, line weights, and shade and shadow to bring product designs to life.Training Provider: LinkedIn LearningCost: $29.99Pricing Type: Sitewide SubscriptionDifficulty: IntermediateLanguage: English
Root Cause Failure AnalysisRoot cause failure analysis (RCFA) addresses a problem that has appeared in a previously stable environment. Although this technique is most often applied to a production environment, the principles also work in any non-manufacturing arena that has a sudden occurrence of a problem. This technique searches for the element of change (perhaps in a constantly changing environment) which allowed the system to go out of control and evidence the problem. RCFA relies on data to analyze the conditions that now allow the problem to be seen against the conditions when the problem was not apparent. Participants will learn when to perform a root cause failure analysis, the root cause failure analysis process and regulatory guidance, and concerns with respect to RCFA. Several root cause failure analysis techniques include stressing the use of change analysis, barrier analysis, and event and causal factor analysis. These techniques are demonstrated through practical exercises.Training Provider: ToolingUCost: $237Pricing Type: Sitewide SubscriptionDifficulty: IntermediateLanguage: English
Design for Manufacturability and Assembly (DFM/DFA)DFM is the classic method of creating good product designs that reduce part count, simplify manufacturing techniques, and standardize parts and materials with the ultimate goal of developing a quality product at the lowest cost while saving time. The primary advantage of the design for assembly (DFA) methodology is that it ensures a good design early in the design process before much effort and cost has been expended in pursuing an ineffective design.Training Provider: ToolingUCost: $237Pricing Type: Sitewide SubscriptionDifficulty: AdvancedLanguage: English
Precision Machine DesignA precision machine is an integrated system that relies on the attributes of one component to augment the weakness of another component. In this course, emphasis is placed on the design of mechanical and structural precision machine components and their integration with sensor and control systems to maximize performance. In the discussion of the design of components and assemblies, emphasis is placed on how the design will affect overall accuracy, repeatability, and resolution of the machine.Training Provider: ToolingUCost: $237Pricing Type: Sitewide SubscriptionDifficulty: AdvancedLanguage: English