Where to Learn How to Use CAD Software “Professionally”?
I'm quite comfortable with Autodesk Fusion 360, Inventor, and Solidworks, but I've only done them in school settings. I've never really designed a part for manufacture, except for 3D printing. These parts and assemblies are often unconstrained except for broad dimensions (e.g. the model car must be no larger than 6" x 3" x 3").
I'd like to learn how to use CAD software in a professional setting, with constraints/compatibility requirements; done in a manner that can be modified easily by other engineers, and manufactured by an external fabricator.
An analogy would be "learning how to code efficiently with good structure and comments, so that others can modify and use the code easily".
Any good resources I can read / watch?
Submitted June 14, 2017 at 05:59PM by Otov
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