Machine Design with SolidWorks

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ME240 Machine Design With SolidWorks

The study of the fundamentals of machine design using SolidWorks. Technical drawings as a method of solving engineering problems with the use of Cosmos as an analytical tool. Prerequisites: ME106, MA120

I am currently an adjunct professor at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, where I get to teach great students SolidWorks.  SolidWorks is an advanced modeling software for engineers and designers that employs a feature-based approach to modeling.
In addition to learning advanced techniques in SolidWorks, students also learn the fundamentals of product design:

  • User and functional requirement generation
  • Brainstorming, idea creation
  • Screening and ranking
  • Prototyping
  • Detailed design
  • Testing and verification
  • Documentation