(The instructor was) “very knowledgeable
and willing to answer questions.”

“The material content is excellent and will
serve as an outstanding source for me as I
continue to work with mechanisms.”

“The classwork examples put the content
in realistic terms and reinforced my
understanding of the material.”

(The instructor) “emphasized practical
considerations which I appreciated.”

“Very good (course content)
overview…case studies and examples
are the best!”

(The instructor) “was very knowledgeable,
insightful and competent. Knows his stuff. 
Excellent speaker. I am glad I was able to

“A very interesting and qualified instructor. 
His relevant experience and inside knowledge
really helped in presenting this material. He is
very well spoken and was very good at
capturing his audience’s attention.”

(The instructor) “kept things interesting. Dynamic. 
Clear and effective communicator. Excellent
command of material!”

“Great anecdotes, good background.  Very
enjoyable to listen to (this instructor).”

“Every engineer should go through this
course for the many lessons learned.”

(The course) “was very informative…
learned a lot…I want more!”

Special Presentation at  Aerospace Mechanisms Symposium 2018 Space Mechanisms Course

DURATION: Two Days WHEN: May 14-15 2018. This is a pre-symposium event with separate registration and fee. LOCATION: At the 2018 AMS venue, Cleveland, OH


Launchspace and the 2018 AMS have agreed to offer this special edition of the popular Space Mechanisms Course during the two days prior to the AMS event in Cleveland, OH. The course explores the technologies required for the successful design of moving mechanical assemblies in the space environment and offers a detailed look at many of the key components common to most mechanisms, such as ball bearings, motors and feedback devices. With this background, the high-performance materials required for operation in space are reviewed, emphasizing compatibility with the space environment and offering some background in the metallurgy, chemistry, and fabrication of those materials. Examples of some of the many types of mechanism will be included for illustration. In addition, the mechanisms relationship and interface with other vehicle systems will be explored, as a mechanism usually becomes an important part of the vehicle’s structural, thermal, contamination, survivability and pointing subsystems.

The course includes examples of designs and analyses to demonstrate principles involved in understanding how mechanisms should work and how design margins should be evaluated during the evolution of a program.

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