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Autodesk Inventor Routed Systems: Harness

Lynda.com - Mon, 10/31/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Thom Tremblay

Released On: 11/1/2016

Designing routed systems—including wire harnesses—has never been easier than with Autodesk Inventor. Inventor's rules-based routing tools select the appropriate connectors, allowing you to easily change to a different style. Join Thom Tremblay as he shows how to use automated and manual routes to add wires to your harness assemblies. Learn how to change harness settings, build electrical connections, import data from AutoCAD Electrical, add harness segments, and route wires. Plus, learn how to generate a harness report and create a nailboard drawing.


Rhino for Mac Essential Training

Lynda.com - Mon, 10/31/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Chris Reilly

Released On: 11/1/2016

Rhino for Mac offers a compelling 3D modeling experience for designers who prefer to work in the Mac environment. Its hybrid solid+surface modeling toolset is powerful yet flexible. Along with a few third-party plugins, Rhino's built-in features make tasks like 3D printing and laser cutting easy and intuitive. Learn everything you need to know to get started designing with Rhino for Mac in this essential training course. Chris Reilly covers basic interface navigation, 3D modeling, parametric modeling with Grasshopper, and rendering. Plus, learn how to produce detailed drawings and layouts and prepare Rhino projects for digital fabrication. This course assumes basic familiarity with working in Rhino, and builds off the core skills covered in Up and Running with Rhino for Mac. Chris concentrates on product design, but the lessons are just as valuable for those specializing in jewelry design, architecture, automotive design, or any other CAD-driven industry.


Open Data: Unleashing Hidden Value

Lynda.com - Mon, 10/31/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Jonathan Reichental

Released On: 11/1/2016

Governments around the world are discovering the value and responsibility in making the data they collect and store easily available to anyone who wants to access it. Making the decision to open up data sets is a strategic choice that requires detailed tactics. There are processes and technologies to make data accessible while minimizing risk. If you want to start opening up your organization's data to enable transparency and catalyze innovation, or use open data to drive analysis and make more informed decisions, this course is for you.

Dr. Jonathan Reichental introduces real-world use cases for open data, as well as the steps you need to take to develop and operationalize an open data program. He also explains how data scientists use open data to tell stories and drive data visualizations. Along the way, he provides numerous examples of open data in action: improving government, empowering citizens, creating opportunity, and solving public problems.


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