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AutoCAD Mechanical 2016 Beginner to Advanced Video Tutorial - Download Version


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CADLearning for AutoCAD® Mechanical 2016 teaches the use of AutoCAD Mechanical 2016 as part of results-driven manufacturing. You will gain all the necessary skills needed to complete a design in the program. Lessons cover migrating existing designs from AutoCAD; using standards for consistency; using Mechanical-only tools to speed up design, such as layer groups, content libraries and collaboration tools.

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AutoDesk AutoCAD Mechanical 2016 Training Package Includes
  • AutoCAD Mechanical 2015 Beginner to Advanced Training
  • Over 7+ Hours of training by Certified Autodesk Instructor David Cohn
  • Exercise Files Included
  • Instructor: Nicholas Bouray


CADLearning for AutoCAD® Mechanical 2016 teaches the use of AutoCAD Mechanical 2016 as part of results-driven manufacturing. You will gain all the necessary skills needed to complete a design in the program. Lessons cover migrating existing designs from AutoCAD; using standards for consistency; using Mechanical-only tools to speed up design, such as layer groups, content libraries and collaboration tools.


Our video tutorial courses put the control in your hands. Use when wanted or needed to answer a question, and watch again and again as often as you need.

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The AutoCAD Mechanical Environment

Getting Started (0:44)
Introducing the Default User Interface (2:47)
Enabling the Alternate User Interfaces (2:46)
Changing the Color Scheme (0:51)
Accessing the Help Resources (1:34)
Understanding Layer Management (5:33)
Using the Layer Management Tools (2:29)
Working with the Layer Management Tools (3:51)

Creating Designs
Creating and Manipulating Geometry (1:37)
Drawing Rectangles and Squares (2:43)
Drawing Centerlines (3:36)
Drawing More Centerlines (5:00)
Adding Standard Holes (5:49)
Adding Slots (5:38)
Adding Counterbore and Countersunk Holes (3:52)
Drawing Section Lines (5:03)
Drawing Zig-Zag and Symmetrical Lines (2:03)
Using Construction Line Tools (2:27)
Using Basic Construction Lines (1:56)
Using Construction Line Circles (4:08)
Using Inferred Constraints to Draw Simple Shapes (1:55)
Projecting Construction Lines (2:37)
Using Contour Tracing (2:34)
Using Hatch Commands (6:09)
Adding Fillets (3:44)
Adding Chamfers (3:25)
Using the Offset Command (1:56)
Moving and Rotating Copies Simultaneously (3:06)
Using the Join and 2D Hide Commands (3:47)
Editing and Erasing Mechanical Objects (3:12)
Using Power Copy (2:26)
Creating Shafts with Shaft Generator (7:35)
Editing Shafts with Shaft Generator (2:56)
Creating Shaft Side Views and Section Views (2:56)
Using Spring Utilities (3:39)
Creating Chain and Belt Designs (2:52)
Creating Chain and Belt Designs and Calculating Their Length (6:13)
Creating Shaft Parts (4:03)
Inserting Structural Steel Shapes (3:28)
Using the Power View and Change Representation Tools (3:41)

Managing and Using Content Libraries
Using Content Libraries (0:44)
Inserting Objects from Content Libraries (3:12)
Using Content Manager (5:01)
Creating Custom Content Libraries (1:41)
Adding Content to Custom Libraries (3:12)
Importing Data from Excel for Content Libraries (4:55)

Annotations and Documentation
Introducing Annotation and Documentation (1:33)
Using the Power Dimensioning Dialog Box (3:59)
Using Power Dimensioning (2:27)
Using Power Dimensioning for Radial and Diametrical Dimensions (2:29)
Using Power Dimensioning for Angle and Chamfer Dimensions (2:25)
Using Power Dimensioning Fits and Tolerances (3:20)
Configuring the Power Dimensioning Settings (8:11)
Using Power Dimensioning to Place Multiple Dimensions (4:42)
Editing Automatic Dimensions (2:10)
Editing Power Dimensions (1:58)
Modifying Power Dimensions (3:55)
Breaking Dimensions (3:00)
Using Weld Representations (3:46)
Creating Leader Notes (3:47)
Using Surface Texture Symbols (4:00)
Creating Simple Hide Situations (3:55)
Editing a Simple Hide Situation (3:57)
Creating Hole Charts (5:41)
Using Hole Chart Settings (2:21)
Creating Detail View (7:21)
Creating and Editing Viewports (2:14)
Creating Title Blocks and Borders (3:31)
Using Dimension and Symbol Scale Factor (3:24)
Creating and Editing Scale Area (2:32)
Creating Weld Symbols (5:16)
Using Leaders (1:49)
Using the Annotation Monitor (2:33)

Designing Assemblies with Layer Groups
Introducing Layer Groups (0:43)
Creating Layer Groups (2:23)
Using Layer Group Tools (3:29)
Using Additional Layer Group Tools and Techniques (2:32)
Understanding Layer Group Concepts (5:20)

Designing Assemblies with Structure
Understanding Structure Concepts (2:37)
Understanding the Organization of Structure (1:12)
Creating Structure Bill of Material Tools (5:52)
Creating Folders (2:03)
Creating an Assembly with Structure (2:48)
Creating Structure Annotation Views (3:10)
Browsing Structure Tools (5:00)

Documenting Parts and Assemblies
Understanding the Bill of Materials (0:55)
Creating and Editing Part References (5:55)
Working with the Bill of Material Database (5:53)
Using the Bill of Material Database Settings (3:17)
Creating and Editing Parts Lists (4:08)
Using Parts List Filters and Groups (5:08)
Adding Balloons (6:28)
Using Balloon Settings (3:01)

Analysis and Validation
Introducing Analysis (0:40)
Using Moment of Inertia (3:34)
Calculating Deflection Line (5:59)
Calculating Shafts (4:38)
Performing a Finite Element Analysis (3:24)
Applying Finite Element Analysis Meshing and Understanding the Results (4:36)
Using the Cam Profile Generator (5:46)
Understanding the Cam Profile and Analysis (2:43)

Implementing Preferences and Standards
Understanding Preferences and Standards (0:42)
Configuring Standards Settings (4:38)
Configuring Structure Settings (4:15)
Configuring Drawing Settings (3:21)
Configuring Content Settings (5:08)
Configuring Shaft Settings (4:04)
Configuring Calculation Settings (2:50)
Configuring Preferences Settings (3:40)
Configuring the Associative Hide Settings (3:16)
Configuring the Power Snap Settings (4:14)
Configuring Object Property Settings (3:59)

Interoperability and Collaboration
Understanding the Interoperability of AutoCAD and Mechanical (0:46)
Using Autodesk Synergy (3:44)
Using AutoCAD Designs in Mechanical (5:01)
Mapping AutoCAD Layers (3:05)
Removing Mechanical Structure (1:57)
Migrating Title Blocks and Parts Lists (7:04)