NOC:Electronics Equipment Integration and Prototype Building


Lecture 1 - Introduction to electronics products


Lecture 2 - Examples from real life: Parts to system


Lecture 3 - Common Simulation of flat prismatic parts


Lecture 4 - Common flat parts enclosures


Lecture 5 - Real life parts to scale on a graph


Lecture 6 - Early First steps


Lecture 7 - Top down, outside to internals


Lecture 8 - Using a print and fabrication video


Lecture 9 - Details of displays and keys


Lecture 10 - Improvement on marking and skill


Lecture 11 - Mass production in sheet metal


Lecture 12 - Prototyping of user interfaces for concepts


Lecture 13 - Stacking of equipment to make a system


Lecture 14 - Recapitualising a sub system


Lecture 15 - Off the shelf enclosures and making a user interface


Lecture 16 - Looking around for concepts and integration


Lecture 17 - Representation on paper


Lecture 18 - Example features of surfaces and solids


Lecture 19 - Simple and curved surfaces


Lecture 20 - Describing inclined surfaces


Lecture 21 - Basics of engineering Drawing


Lecture 22 - Introduction to sizing and fits


Lecture 23 - Practical mechanical assemblies


Lecture 24 - Analogous Mechanical - Electronics detailing


Lecture 25 - Solid modelling


Lecture 26 - Importance of dimensioning


Lecture 27 - Ease of editing redesign


Lecture 28 - Dimensioning of electronics components


Lecture 29 - 2D flat representation


Lecture 30 - Electronics to Mechanical interfacing


Lecture 31 - Complexity of 3D assemblies with wiring


Lecture 32 - Illustrative simple design


Lecture 33 - Practical detailing


Lecture 34 - Rendered on screen


Lecture 35 - Fastenings and hardware


Lecture 36 - Fastener representation, deatiling


Lecture 37 - Practical detailing.


Lecture 38 - Recapitulation, context of course


Lecture 39 - Low cost is the key