Best Manufacturing Courses

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Siemens PLM – Teamcenter Basics

Introduction to Siemens PLM Teamcenter Solutions with focused on Design and Manufacturing activities.

Created by Naresh Kumar Yerrabachu - PLM Solutions Expert


Students: 5293, Price: Free

PLM - Produt Lifecycle Management - is a very strategic solution for Design and Manufacturing Organizations, There are many PLM solutions in market, out of which Siemens PLM Teamcenter is very popular across industry verticals. Any Design and manufacturing students or professionals who are interested to explore Siemens PLM Teamcenter solutions, here is the basic course for you. Explore and Enjoy the Siemens PLM Teamcenter course.



Created by John Devitry - Mechanical Engineering and 3D Design


Students: 3670, Price: Free

INSIGHTS & CHALLENGES WITH BRINGING A NEW PRODUCT TO MARKET - Over the years I’ve had numerous students come to me & want to talk about a new product idea they have but aren't sure how to get started. Now instead of giving you a classroom lecture on product development and the steps involved, I'm going to share with you a personal experience, probably with more examples of what not to do than what to do.

Creating a Bald Cap – A Free Demonstration

Manufacture and apply your own custom bald cap with Australia's leading Cinemagraphic Makeup Academy

Created by AACM The Australian Academy of Cinemagraphic Makeup - AACM - The Australian Academy of Cinemagraphic Makeup


Students: 2708, Price: Free

This is a free course covering the manufacturing of a custom made bald cap.

Shannon McKean, makeup artist and trainer at the Australian Academy of Cinemagraphic Makeup, will guide you with tips and tricks from her 30 years of experience in the industry.  Watch and learn how to make a head template, manufacturing the bald cap, preparing your model, applying the bald cap, painting the bald cap and removing the bald cap. This course is ideal for anybody interested in special effects makeup.

For more detailed information on the application process, please refer to our Udemy page and the "Creating a Bald Cap" course.

The Role of Materials in 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing

(i) Definition of materials (ii) Attributes of materials (iii) 3D printing of materials (iv) Phase change & 3D printing

Created by Brando Okolo - Custodian of Materials in Additive Manufacturing


Students: 1635, Price: Free

This course draws the physical association between 3D printing and materials. It defines the nature of different kinds of materials as well as the attributes which makes them 3D printable. The role of phase transformation especially temperature driven transformation in 3D printed materials is treated at the fundamental level. This course presents a lot of research based instances of material behaviour under 3D printing conditions. Practice based data are also presented to reinforce the importance of materials know-how at the industrial level.

Getting Started with Eagle CAD PCB design

Learn PCB Design with passion. Course may lead you to be an entrepreneur in Electronic board design & manufacturing unit

Created by Pradeep Raj - Training Head at Swarna Institute of Technology, Bangalore


Students: 980, Price: Free

PCB Design and electronics circuit are basements for all type of electronics products. PCBs are derived from the analog and digital circuits which are prepared according to the application required. Printed circuit boards are the main pillars of the Electronics world. Every Electronics products has PCB inside it, from consumer gadgets like computers, smart phones and gaming consoles to industry and even high-tech products.

Required eligibility:

  • Diploma in Electrical or Electronics & Communication.

  • BE/BTech. in Electrical or Electronics & Communication.

  • BSc/MSc in Electronics & Communication.

  • ME/MTech. (E&CE) in Communication.

PCB Design Course Content is given below in brief:

Schematic Design:

  • Basic Electronics theory.

  • Basics of Circuit designing.

  • Schematic design preparation.

  • Schematic part editing and creation.

  • Net list and Net class creation.

  • Bill Of Material generation (BOM).

  • Electrical Rule Checking.

Footprint Creation:

  • Through hole footprint creation.

  • Surface Mount Device footprint creation.

  • BGA/PGA footprint creation.

Board Designing:

  • Board size and shape creation.

  • Component placements.

  • PCB Routing: 2 to 16 Layer routing.

  • Plane creation.

  • Design rule checking.

  • Gerber generation.

Skills you gain after the course completion:

  • Basic Electronics and Electronic components expertise.

  • Circuit Designing (Power management circuit designing)

  • Circuit Simulation for best understanding of the subject.

  • Tools/Software Expertise.

  • Basic design module practice up to 4-Layers.

  • Advanced design module practice up to 16-Layers.

  • Design expertise:

    o Assignments consists single and double sided PCB.

    o Assignments consists 2-Layers to 16-Layers design.

  • Library Module:

    o Symbol and Footprint design for all types of packages.

  • High speed placements & routing techniques.

  • Power integrity and Signal Integrity analysis.

  • Design for Manufacturing, Testing and Fabrication expertise.

  • Gerber generation and editing.

Benefits of choosing PCB Design Course:

  • Strong hold in basic electronics.

  • Circuit Design capability.

  • Circuit analysis & ERC.

  • Components knowledge.

  • Power Supply designing.

  • Power Integrity Analysis.

  • Multiple PCB-CAD tool expertise.

  • Expert in library creation.

  • Multi-layer PCB designing.

  • Signal Integrity Analysis.

  • High speed PCB designing.

  • Gerber creation & editing.

Introduction to Manufacturing Process

1.To analyze and understand the metal cutting phenomenon 2.To select process parameter and tools for obtaining desired

Created by Milind Rohidas Bahiram - Basic Manufacturing Engineering


Students: 792, Price: Free

Manufacturing is the production of goods through the use of labor, machines, tools, and chemical or biological processing or formulation. It is the essence of secondary sector of the economy.[1] The term may refer to a range of human activity, from handicraft to high-tech, but it is most commonly applied to industrial design, in which raw materials from the primary sector are transformed into finished goods on a large scale. Such goods may be sold to other manufacturers for the production of other more complex products (such as aircraft, household appliances, furniture, sports equipment or automobiles), or distributed via the tertiary industry to end users and consumers (usually through wholesalers, who in turn sell to retailers, who then sell them to individual customers).

Manufacturing engineering, or the manufacturing process, are the steps through which raw materials are transformed into a final product. The manufacturing process begins with the product design, and materials specification from which the product is made. These materials are then modified through manufacturing processes to become the required part.

Modern manufacturing includes all intermediate processes required in the production and integration of a product's components. Some industries, such as semiconductor and steel manufacturers, use the term fabrication instead.

The manufacturing sector is closely connected with the engineering and industrial design. Examples of major manufacturers in North America include General Motors Corporation, General Electric, Procter & Gamble, General Dynamics, Boeing, Pfizer, Precision Castparts, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Examples in Europe include Volkswagen Group, Siemens, BASF and Michelin. Examples in Asia include Toyota, Yamaha, Panasonic, LG, Samsung and Tata Motors.

Packaging material manufacturing

Manufacturing of Food Packaging material and their testing

Created by Asmita Thorat - Asst. Prof. at K.K. Wagh College of Food Technology Nashik


Students: 358, Price: Free


Introduction to subject, Packaging situations in World and India Need of packaging, plastic consumption/use in World, India etc. Package requirements, package functions Hazards acting on package during transportation, Storage and atmospheric package, labeling laws

Package Materials: classification packages, paper as package material its manufacture, types, advantages corrugated and paper board boxes etc. Glass as package material, Manufacture, Advantages, disadvantages. Metal as package material-manufacture, Advantages, disadvantages Aluminum as package material, its

advantages and disadvantages, plastic as package material classification of polymers, Properties of each plastics, uses of each plastics, chemistry of each plastic such as polyethylene, Polypropylene, polystyrene, polycarbonate, PVC, PVDC, Cellulose acetate, Nylon etc.

Lamination, Coating and Aseptic packaging, Lamination, need of lamination, types, properties, advantages & disadvantages of each type. Coating on paper & films, types of coatings. Need of coating, methods of coatings. Biodegradable and edible packaging, Aseptic packaging-Need, Advantages, process, comparison of conventional & aseptic packaging. System of aseptic packaging and materials used in aseptic packaging, Machineries used in Packing foods. Permeability – theoretical consideration, permeability of gases and vapours. Permeability of multilayer packages, permeability in relation to products.

Packaging of Specific Foods with its properties like bread, biscuits coffee, milk powder, egg powder, carbonated beverages Snack foods etc, Mechanical and functional tests on package, Various mechanical functional testes perform in laboratories on package boxes and package materials.


Identification of Packaging Materials; Measurement of Thickness of Packaging Films, papers and boards; Measurement of water absorption of paper, paper boards; Measurement of bursting strength of paper and paperboard; Measurement Tear resistance of papers; Measurement of puncture resistance of paper and paperboard; Measurement of tensile strength of paper of paper boards; Determination of gas transmission rate of package films; Determination of WVTR of films; Determination of coating on package materials; Identification of plastic films; Prepackaging practices followed for packing fruits and vegetables.

Insights of Petrochemical Industry

Manufacturing of Petrochemical compounds

Created by Sandip Nivrutti Derle - Teacher


Students: 349, Price: Free

This course is mainly about the manufacturing process of petrochemical Industry compounds. This course will beneficial to Diploma and Engineering students of chemical engineering and allied engineering branches. The Principle Raw Materials for petrochemical compound s manufacturing are:

1. Natural gas(largely methane)

2. Liquefied Petroleum gas (LPG) which are easily extracted from natural gas, contains propane and butane which can be easily cracked to olefin

3. Refinery Off- Gases from catalytic and reforming operations

4. Hydroforming of petrochemical stocks which produces benzene, toluene, and xylene (BTX), give a large quantity of hydrogen

5. Naphtha and Fuel oil which is used to make synthesis gas by catalytic cracking. It also provides starting material such as ethylene, acetylene, and propylene by steam cracking.

6. Petroleum coke which is a source of carbon for calcium carbide and acetylene

Petrochemical compounds are mainly classified based on starting Material Such as C1 Compounds, C2 Compounds, C3 Compounds, C3 Compounds, C4 Compounds, and Aromatic Compounds. C1 compounds manufacture from methane or synthesis gas, C2 compounds produce from ethylene and/or acetylene, C3 compounds produce from propylene, C4 compounds from Butene and butane, Aromatic compounds from Benzene, toluene, and xylene. These raw materials contain one or several predominant hydrocarbons which can be separated so that compound is synthesized as follows

Chemicals from C1 compounds- Methanol, Formaldehyde, Chloromethanes

Chemicals from C2 compounds- Ethylene Dichloride, Vinyl Chloride

Chemical from C3 compounds- Acetone, Isopropanol, Cumene

Chemicals from Aromatic compounds- Phenol, Styrene

Selection of Belts from Manufactures Catalogue

Introduction: Basics of Belt drives, Selection of Flat belts and 'V' belts from Manufactures Catalogue

Created by Dr. Prashant Kushare - Design Engineer


Students: 293, Price: Free

This course discusses the Basics of Belt drives, Selection of Flat belts and V belts from Manufactures Catalogue. In basics of belt drives, belt classifications and important terms associated with belt drives including belt length for open as well as cross belt drive, power transmitting capacity, condition for maximum power transmitting capacity, initial tension, centrifugal tension in belt drive, limiting tension ratios for flat and V belts are presented and discussed. The effect of centrifugal tension on power transmitting capacity of the belt drive is also discussed. It would help for the selection of belt drives. In this course, parameters required for the selection of flat belt drive and V belt drive also presented and explained. In procedure of selection of flat belts and V belts, significance of different factors such as load correction factor, correction factor and arc of contact factor for service are discussed. In these course, two cases of selection of flat belt and v belt drive from manufactures catalogue is also explained in a lucid manner. The belt specification for Hi- speed belting and Fort belting is also explained. This course will be beneficial to the engineering students and working engineers for the selection of belts required for specific applications.

Rapid Prototyping or Additive Manufacturing

Layer by layer manufacturing

Created by Sandip Baburao Gunjal - Online tutor


Students: 178, Price: Free

In this age of fast growth (rapid technology age), customer demands are increasing rapidly. Customers do not like to wait. The traditional processing time needs to be shortened. It is a ‘Buyers market’ today, instead of a ‘Sellers market’ as it used to be in the past. The traditional method involves time loss on concept designing, manufacturing, assembly and testing. For example, in case of a foundry, lot of time is spent on pattern designing, making, getting the casting done and then evaluating its performance. This initially involves designing and redesigning, until a satisfactory product is developed, which is a very slow process. In order to get this time recovered, to overcome the slow trend and grow up with the requirements of the next generation, the most logical answer to the future of design and manufacturing is the Rapid Prototyping Technology (RPT). Rapid prototyping (RP) is a technology wherein the physical modeling of a design is done using a specialized machining technology. Rapid prototyping (RP) is used to generate the product directly from the 3D CAD model data. Using an additive approach for building shapes, the systems in RP join different materials like liquids or powder to form some physical objects. In this course you will learn the basics of Additive Manufacturing or Rapid Prototyping (RP), various steps in RP, applications of RP and different methods of RP.