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Computer Aided Mechanical Design (Inventor)

Structure Type: Study unit
Code: IKTA0305
Type: Compulsory / Professional Studies
Curriculum: KT 2014V
Level: Bachelor of Engineering
Year of Study: 2 (2015-2016)
Credits: 3 cr
Responsible Teacher: Hantula, Juha
Language of Instruction: Finnish

Courses During the Academic Year 2015-2016

Impl.Group(s)Study TimeTeacher(s)LanguageEnrolment
8I-KT-2N2015-09-01 – 2015-12-31Juha HantulaFinnish2015-08-14 – 2015-09-13
9I-KT-2V2015-10-26 – 2015-12-31Timo KarhunenFinnish2015-08-14 – 2015-10-30
10 2016-03-08 – 2016-04-30Juha HantulaFinnish 

Learning Outcomes

The student will be able to create 3D- models of simple objects and join them together in assemblies. He/she is able to produce dimensioned manufacturing drawings, assembly drawings, exploded assembly drawings, rendered pictures and animations with 3D- modelling software. The student knows the principles of sheet metal part design and is able to create a simple sheet metal part model and unfold it.

Student's Workload

Total work load of the course: 81 h, of which
- scheduled studies: 42 h
- autonomous studies: 39 h

Prerequisites / Recommended Optional Courses

Basics of Engineering Drawing


3D- Part modeling: The principles of Feature- based modelling, sketching, parametric dimensions and geometric constraints, editing part models. Sheet metal parts, unfolding.
Assembly modelling: Defining components and constraints, Bill of Materials, welding assembly model.
Drafting: Creating drawings, Drawing views, dimensioning and annotation.
Assembly drawings: Part numbers and part list, exploded views, animations.
Drawing data exchange, document management, projects.

Recommended or Required Reading and Other Learning Resources/Tools

1. 3D-mallinnus , Luentomoniste, Juha Hantula, 2010
2. Handouts given by the lecturer.

Mode of Delivery / Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods

Lectures, exercises, assignments, examination.

Assessment Criteria

5: Student is able to apply course content on his/her own initiative and develop new solutions.
3: Student is able to apply course content independently.
1: Student is able to use course content to limited extent.

Assessment Methods

Numerical assessment, examination and assignments. Examination includes practical tasks at workstations.