Preparing clear, complete engineering drawings is a critical skill for nearly every design engineer. New engineers have traditionally had to learn drafting skills on the job, usually by trial and error. This course teaches the practical skills needed to independently prepare clear drawings that satisfy industry standards. For the learner, this course can increase marketability and reduce frustration during the first months of a new career. For the employer, this course can reduce the time required to train new engineers and decrease the potential for costly mistakes due to poor drawings.
Join the engineering team from Tarkka for this hands-on look at creating engineering drawings for manufacturing, from preparing your template and selecting the right drawing type to choosing and placing views, specifying dimensions, and setting tolerances. By the end of this course, you’ll have the skills to create clear, complete drawings that hold up to the most exacting standards.
You can access the course on LinkedIn Learning here: Engineering Drawings for Manufacturing
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I am interested in the course, I want to know the costs, hours and when is the next course opening date.
Please see the link to the course in the post. Thanks!
Hello , My name is Uday Pratap , I am from india , i went to become a good mechanical design Engineer, i have a good knowledge in some software (Autocad, Solidwork, Unigraphics), but i have a only software Knowledge ,Can you give industry knowledge in design field. I went to purchase your course but these courses very expansive so i can’t afford it. So please help me. No one industry went work with fresher . What can do fresher . please help
You can watch the course for free with a 30-day trial using the link above.
Honestly, great work in providing all of this information and all the other engineering posts you guys have done. I cannot even measure how useful your videos are to me and many other aspiring engineers! I hope you guys keep putting out the content as the world grows a little better because of it! Thank you so much!
Thank you, we are so happy to hear that!
Would you ever consider making a course on engineering project estimating?