Course Curriculum

    1. Welcome to FUNdamentals 2023 Course

    2. 3D Design

    3. What is 3D CAD software?

    4. Intro to Spatial Visualization Tests

    5. Make 3D shapes from a cube

    6. What is Sketchbook?

    7. Keyboard Shortcuts

    8. Sketch by hand a simple letter A in 3D

    9. Illustrate how to edit a sketch in Creo Parametric

    10. Use a digital caliper to measure and model a cube

    11. How to shell a cube with different thicknesses

    12. Measure in 3D model

    13. Make your personal name plate

    14. Make a snowman using revolve tool

    15. Measure and replicate a fidget spinner

    16. How to orient an object to an isometric view

    1. Model a 1x1 LEGO brick

    2. Model a 2x1 LEGO brick

    3. Model a 2x3 LEGO brick

    4. Draw three drafting views o the 2x4 LEGO brick

    5. Model a 2x4 LEGO brick

    6. Make an engineering drawing of the 2x4 LEGO brick

    7. Model a wedge LEGO brick

    8. Make a 8x16 LEGO plate

    9. Model a corner LEGO brick

    10. Create an arch LEGO brick

    11. Model a cone LEGO brick

    12. Model a circular disk LEGO

    13. Model a dome LEGO brick

    14. Assemble the LEGO bricks on the 8x16 plate

    15. Make an engineering drawing of the LEGO assembly

    16. Build the 3-in-1 kit: Blue Racer

    17. Build the 3-in-1 kit: Snow Plower

    18. Build the 3-in-1 kit: Off-Road Buggy

    1. Getting to know a 3D printer

    2. The software and where to find models

    3. Slicing and printer settings

    4. loading and unloading filament

    5. Starting a print.

    6. Simulate the 3D printing of the boat

    7. Test the actual 3D printed boat in a water tank

    8. Make an airplane that looks like a paper airplane using blend tool

    9. Make a fighter jet

    10. Simulate the 3D printing of the airplane

    11. Make a simple rocket

    12. Simulate the 3D printing of the rocket

    13. Test the 3D printed rocket with a foot pump

    1. Freestyle Surface

    2. Game Controller

    1. Intro to Arduino

    2. Arduino Project 1

    3. Arduino Project 1 - MOD 1

    4. Arduino Project 2 - MOD 1

    5. Model a Holder for the Arduino Uno Board

    6. Make a Timer for a Series of Seven LED's

    7. Make an Arduino UNO Crystal Ball

    8. Design a Multi-LED Holder

    9. Design a LCD Holder

    10. Utilize Fasteners to Connect 3D-Printed Parts

    11. 3D Print a PCB

    1. How Sweep Works

    2. Reference: How to Make Helical Sweep Thread

    3. Model a Mug with Revolve

    4. Intro to Uses of Manikin Postures

    5. Add Models to Manikin

    6. Make a Rook Chess Piece

    7. Build a Tiny House on a Business Card

    8. Embed an Image to Trace a House Key

    9. Intro to Thingsverse and Grabcad

    10. Intro to

    11. Upload STL files to Shapeways for Quotes

    12. Create an Isometric View

About this course

  • $75.00 / month
  • 84 lessons
  • 2 hours of video content

Computer requirements

Windows computer and 3-button mouse

  • Laptop

  • 3D mouse

  • Regular mouse

Advanced 3D CAD Modeling

State-of-the-Art Creo Parametric

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  • What is the course content?

    The course is divided into many lessons covering the basics of Creo Parametric. Each day a certain amount of lessons are presented and exercises based on information in the lessons are performed. Successful completion of the course should equip you to accomplish the tasks covered by the lessons on your own.

  • What is the course description?

    This self-paced course is a shorter version of the live virtual course, designed for users already comfortable with the concept of 3D-CAD from using other CAD software. The course is designed to make users become proficient with Creo Parametric as quickly as possible. In this course, you will focus on learning core-modeling skills. Topics include sketching, part modeling, assemblies, drawings, and basic model management techniques. The course also includes a design project that enables you to practice your new skills by creating realistic parts, assemblies, and drawings. After completing the course you will be well prepared to work effectively on product design projects using Creo Parametric.

  • How much time do I have to learn the course?

    It's unlimited, for lifetime access.

  • Will there be live assistance?

    Yes, there are monthly office hours that you can participate with our instructors. We highly recommend you sign up for the live, virtual classes. Nothing beats live interaction.

  • How do I earn a certificate of completion?

    A proficiency test will be given in a live virtual course on a quarterly basis. Students will demonstrate their skills before passing the requirements.

  • Do I need to have a 3D printer?

    No. We recommend uploading the STL files to

  • How do I get an Arduino starter kit?

    Amazon sells starter kits. Search for Arduino Starter Kits. Eleego is a good brand.

Course Disciplines

  • 3D CAD Modeling

    Using the industry-standard software Creo Parametric, students will build their skills out from foundational 3D shapes to advanced assemblies.

  • 3D Printing

    Bringing objects out of the computer screen and into the real world, 3D printing can transform an idea into a physical product.

  • Circuits & Coding

    Students will use powerful text-based coding and interactive simulation to learn Arduino circuits.