Lead Mechanical Design and Analysis Engineer
I am an engineering manager by trade with a focus is in New Product Development. I have a passion for Finite Element Analysis because I have first hand experience in the time and cost savings it can bring to a new development project.
I have 5 years of experience in the defense industry, 5 years in the oil and gas industry and approximately 2 years of experience in consumer electronics. I am able to leverage experience across multiple industries to understand how different types of analysis can be applied.
My education consists of a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Texas at Arlington with an Engineering Management degree from Oklahoma State University. I have a minor in Materials Science which will show through in my emphasis for proper material selection.
Excellente course, the lecturer explains the software very well, but more importantly he explains how to interpret the results from an engineering point of view. Awesome !
Alejandro Daniel Knauer
Excelente curso, recomendable para todos aquellos que están empezando con Fusion 360.
It seems to be very informative. Beginning of the course covers things which I'm already familiar with so I'm impatientle wait for more advance topics, but I admire very clear lecture. One thing I would change - I personally prefer to have all things done from scratch not only showing that it was already done (setting up constraints loads etc.)
I have only seen circa 3 lessons so far but the teacher does a very good job explaining the basics of FEA.
Update: I am half way through the course now. The teacher does a good job explaining everything but I miss exercises that you have to solve on your own. I think it would be great if the teacher would give you an exercise that you have to solve and then in the following video he would show you the solution. And then to deepen your understand he should give you an exercise only with the result but without showing you how to solve the FEA.
Update after taking the whole course:
Good course. And thanks Sean for providing it for free. My only point of criticism is that there should be some exercises that the students have to solve on their own.
It is really informative and adds to my skills