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This $30 Training Helps You Master the Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering

posted by Mark Myerson - 3.18.21

For anyone with a practical mind, the likes of How It’s Made and HowStuffWorks are truly fascinating. 

If you would like to dive deeper, The Complete Mechanical Engineer & Design Certification Bundle provides 17 hours of essential education. This collection of five courses is worth $995, but you can get it today for just $29.99 in a Hannity special deal.

While the latest technology is controlled by code, you still need tangible materials to build a self-driving car or an intelligent robot. Quite apart from the products themselves, engineers must first design a suitable manufacturing facility.

This bundle provides a great introduction to all things mechanical, with 375 beginner-friendly lessons. Through concise video tutorials, you learn the techniques and frameworks used by professional engineers every day. 

The instruction starts by explaining the key concepts of product development, from big ideas to small details. You also learn how materials are selected, with lessons on ductility, hardness, toughness, strength, and fatigue.

Other courses focus on the various processes involved with bringing a product to life and the math behind every design decision.

This online training program provides a really good introduction for anyone considering a career in mechanical engineering, along with aspiring product designers and DIY makers. 

Join over 100 others enrolled and let your instructor—a design engineer and inventor with seven years of experience in automotive R&D—lead the way. Past students have rated him at 4.2 stars on Udemy, and each class in the training is rated at least 4 stars.

Order now for just $29.99 to get lifetime access to all five courses, worth $995.


The Complete Mechanical Engineer & Design Certification Bundle – $29.99

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