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MECHANISMS AND MOTION – ROBOTICS FOCUS

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  • 5hr 12min of on-demand video
  • Created by John Devitry
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What you’ll learn

  • Gain a better mechanical understanding of how mechanisms work and relate to machine and robot design. Prepare yourself for the first class you will take in Mechanical Engineering at University.

Requirements

  • Pre-requisites: SIEMENS Solid Edge Sketching Fundamentals; 3D CAD Fundamentals with SIEMENS Solid Edge; SIEMENS Solid Edge Training & Certification for Students

Description

Robots use mechanisms to perform a rich variety of tasks and while building a robot in high school can be a lot of fun and a great learning experience, this alone will not prepare you for the introductory class in Mechanical Engineering at the University level.  To move to the next level students need to understand mechanism, 3D CAD and motion.  This is the foundation of Robotics design and countless other areas concerning machine design.  Understanding mechanisms and how they work is a critical part of Mechanical Engineering and Design. This class takes a look at various types of mechanism used to build machines and robots.

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Who this course is for:

  • Students interested in 3D CAD Design, Mechanical Engineering and Robotics.
  • This course is expected to help students in their basic understanding of mechanisms used in machines.

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Course content

8 sections • 84 lectures • 5h 11m total lengthCollapse all sections

Getting Started – What You Need to Know2 lectures • 5min

  • Getting Started01:54
  • Class Approach & Creative Thinking03:18

CAM MECHANISMS17 lectures • 1hr 2min

  • 002 What is a Mechanism?03:47
  • 003 Building a Simple CAM and Follower04:11
  • 004 Eccentric Cams03:45
  • 005 Common Cam Types03:55
  • 006 Introduction to Class Files03:51
  • 007 Common Cam Types Applied05:24
  • 008 Roller Follower versus Knife Edge03:26
  • 009 Cam Vice Lock03:32
  • 010 Eccentric Cam Scissors02:53
  • 011 Physical Motion Compared to No Analysis03:37
  • 012 Eccentric Cam Versus 3 Arc Triangle02:56
  • 013 Scissors – Removing the Need for Spring Loading02:51
  • 014 Challenge: Lining Up the Scissor Blades03:51
  • 015 Finding the Best Mechanism for the Task03:13
  • 016 Constant Versus Fast Drop Motion03:23
  • 018 Hammer – Part 0203:21
  • 019 Random Combinations Drive Innovation – Learning How to Make Connections03:40

Introduction to Four Bar Mechanisms10 lectures • 38min

  • 020 Introduction to Four Bar Mechanisms03:12
  • 021 Output Link Sweep Area04:15
  • 022 Turning a 2D Sketch in 3D05:02
  • 023 Adding Motion to the 3D Mechanism and Changing Mechanism Lengths03:32
  • 024 Real World Applications – Lifting Motion02:54
  • 025 Adding Hydraulics for Better Precision03:47
  • 026 Design Improvements03:34
  • 027 Creating Movie Files04:02
  • 02803:40
  • 029 Hook and Drag – Part 0203:52

Hoeckens Mechanism – Straight Line Motion12 lectures • 42min

  • 030 Straight Line Motion03:32
  • 031 Hoeckens Mechanism03:36
  • 032 Straight Line Applications03:34
  • 034 Walking Machine – Part 0103:32
  • 035 Walking Machine – Part 0203:23
  • 036 Walking Machine – Part 0303:13
  • 037 Walking Machine – Part 04 – Building a Body Around the Mechanism03:57
  • 038 Four Bar – Crushing Motion03:07
  • 039 Crushing Motion – Part 0203:15
  • 041 Crushing Motion – Part 0303:33
  • 042 Crushing Motion – Part 0404:02
  • 043 Grashof Law03:42
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Slider Crank Mechanisms13 lectures • 50min

  • 044 Slider Crank Mechanism Design03:35
  • 045 Engine Slider Crank03:26
  • 046 Reciprocating Saw Mechanism03:43
  • 047 Reciprocating Saw – Part 0204:05
  • 048 Reciprocating Saw – Part 0303:37
  • 049 Matching Guide Length with Stroke03:58
  • 050 Understanding Stroke Distance04:24
  • 051 Circle Crank03:01
  • 052 Slider Crank – Sewing Machine03:54
  • 053 Sewing Machine – Part 0203:30
  • 054 Slider Crank – Cutting04:46
  • 055 Slider Crank – Cutting – Part 0204:26
  • 056 – Slider Crank – Stamping Motion03:17

Scotch Yoke Mechanisms14 lectures • 44min

  • 057 Slotted Crank Mechanism04:03
  • 058 Converting Linear Motion to Circular Motion03:37
  • 059 Scotch Yoke03:25
  • 060 Scotch Yoke – Adding Functionality04:47
  • 061 Scotch Yoke – Vertical to Angle01:07
  • 062 Scotch Yoke – Changing the Stroke Length01:03
  • 063 Scotch Yoke – Slot to Arc03:07
  • 064 Scotch Yoke – Waving Hand03:59
  • 065 Scotch Yoke Waving Hand – Part 0203:58
  • 066 Scotch Yoke – Adding and Changing Images01:50
  • 067 – Creating Your Own Variations04:26
  • 068 Design Variations and Improvements03:28
  • 069 Design Variations and Improvements – Part 0202:38
  • 070 Using the Image to Create a 3D Part02:54

Advanced Mechanism Concepts4 lectures • 16min

  • 071 Iris03:49
  • 072 Iris – Part 0204:10
  • 073 Iris – Part 0304:08
  • 074 Crank Slider Variations04:16

ROBOT DESIGN12 lectures • 54min

  • What is a Hoekens Mechanism?03:42
  • Mechanism Layout01:48
  • 2D to 3D03:03
  • Linkage Assembly05:09
  • Applying a Motor04:11
  • Crank Slider Mechanism05:09
  • Add Pump Components04:18
  • Modify the Slider Motion06:01
  • Assembly the Launch Components05:09
  • Cam Profile Design04:02
  • Model the Cam03:58
  • Assemble the Cam Components07:49

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