Mechanical CADD

Mechanical engineering is a broad engineering discipline at the intersection of engineering, physics, and material science.

Mechanical engineers design, analyze and help manufacture mechanical tools, engines, and machines. They are employed in almost all manufacturing sectors including Heavy machineries, ship building, and aerospace, automobile. They are also employed in engineering services and product design companies. They, carry out a wide range of design and analysis activities, in the product development lifecycle. Their key tasks include: Concept Sketching, 2D Design & Drafting, 3D Modeling, Prototyping, and Performance & Safety Analysis.

Learning CAD software is important because almost all of these jobs (and more) are performed with sophisticated CAD software that guarantees speed, accuracy, and reuse of work. With CAD skills, mechanical engineers can find employment and increase productivity.


ANSYS MECHANICAL APDL/ ANSYS WORKBENCH:

ANSYS: Duration: 80 Hrs.

  • • Introduction to CAE Software
  • • Introduction to FEA
  • • Modelling options in ANSYS MECHANICAL APDL
  • • Explanation of Work Plane and how to import models in ANSYS MECHANICAL APDL
  • • Explanation of Element Types
  • • Explanation of how to do Line Mesh, Area or Surface Mesh and Solid Mesh in ANSYS
  • • Explanation of how to do Map, Free and Sweep Mesh in ANSYS MECHANICAL APDL
  • • Explanation of how to vary element size and shape in ANSYS MECHANICAL APDL

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

  • • STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS and its sub types
  • • LINEAR STATIC ANALYSIS with examples
  • • MODEL ANALYSIS with examples
  • • NON- LINEAR STATIC ANALYSIS with examples
  • • TRANSIENT ANALYSIS with examples
  • • BUCKLING ANALYSIS with examples
  • • DESIGN OPTIMIZATION with examples

THERMAL ANALYSIS:

  • • STATIC THERMAL ANALYSIS with examples
  • • TRANSIENT THERMAL ANALYSIS with examples

AutoCAD 2D:

  • • Basics of Computers & CAD
  • • Basic Tools of AutoCAD
  • • How to make 2D Drawings in AutoCAD
  • • How to Edit and Modify AutoCAD Drawings
  • • Working with Layers & Blocks
  • • Working on Machine Drawings
  • • Working with Geometrical and Dimensional Constraints
  • • Working with measure Tools
  • • Working on dimension entities
  • • How to increase Productivity
  • • How to create and access symbols
  • • How to prepare and manage a Layout
  • • How to share a data in a network
  • • How to extract BOM
  • • Working with Design Centre
  • • Working with Tool Pallets
  • • CAD Standards, Batch Standards
  • • Working with Plotting

AutoCAD 3D:

  • • How to make 3D Models in AutoCAD
  • • How to create Photo realistic models
  • • Understanding & usage of Viewpoint & UCS
  • • How to work with Sheet Set Manager
  • • Solid Modelling & Editing
  • • Mesh Modelling & Editing
  • • Surface Modelling & Editing
  • • Create and manage 2D views from 3D Models
  • • Materials, Lights & Rendering
  • • How to Import and Export Drawings

Autodesk Inventor: Duration: 40 Hrs.

  • • Introduction to Ribbon and Tabs
  • • Units of Dimensions
  • • Sketching Constraining and Dimensioning(Sketches)
  • • Creating Driven Dimensions
  • • Understanding the Concept of Fully-Constrained Sketches
  • • Creating and Editing Features(Extrude and Revolve)
  • • Tolerances
  • • Controlling and display of Models
  • • Creating Work Features and Advanced Modelling Features
  • • Suppressing Features
  • • Un-suppressing the Suppressed Features
  • • Assembly Modelling
  • • Drawing Preparations(Different from Sketching Module)
  • • Module

Catia

  • • Introduction to catia
  • Sketcher workbench

    Explanation about sketch environment, tools and how to create 2d sketches.

    Explanation about sketch constraints and function features


Part design workbench:

Explanation about part design workbench, orientation, features and how to create 3d parts.

Explanation about SKETCH base features. Dress up and Transformation features.

Explanation about BOOLEAN OPERATIONS.


Assembly design workbench:

Explanation about assembly design workbench environment, orientation, features and its types

Explanation bottom up and top down assemblies.

Explanation about assembly constraints ,bill of materials & space analysis


Drafting workbench:

Explanation about drafting workbench environment, orientation & features

Explanation about how to inserts different views & dimensioning


    • Surface Modeling

    Explanation about surface design workbench types environment, orientation and features

    Explanation about generative shape design workbench


• Sheet metal modeling

Sheet metal design workbench:

Explanation about sheet metal design workbench environment, orientation, features and

Explanation about sheet metal features like bending, punching, stamping and reliefs.


Creo/ Pro-E wildfire

Duration: 100 Hrs.

• Introduction to CAD/ CAM/ CAE Softwares

• Introduction to CREO Software and differences between other Software's

SOLID MODELING:

  • • Sketcher workbench:
  • • Explanation about sketch environment, and to create 2D sketches.
  • • Explanation about sketch constraints
  • • Part design workbench:
  • • Part design workbench environment, orientation, features and how to create 3D parts.
  • • Assembly design workbench:
  • • Explanation about bottom up and top down assemblies.
  • • Explanation about assembly constraints & different Mechanisms.
  • • Drafting workbench:
  • • Explanation about drafting workbench environment, orientation, features
  • • Explanation about how to insert different views and dimensioning

SURFACE MODELING

Explanation about SURFACE design workbench environment, orientation, features and how to Create 3D surfaces.

Explanation about Base, Engineering, Edit, Datum, Styling and Function features.


SHEET METAL MODELING:

Explanation about SHEET METAL design workbench environment, orientation, features and how to create 3d parts.

Explanation about Base, Engineering, Edit, Datum, Styling and Function features.


Diploma in Mechanical CADD:

• Diploma in Mechanical CADD- 160 Hrs.
(Combination of one Drafting Tool & one 3D Modelling Tool)

• Diploma in 3D Modelling- 160 Hrs.
(Combination of two 3D Modelling Tools)

• Diploma in 3D Modelling and Analysis- 160 Hrs.
(Combination of one 3D Modelling Tool and one Analysis Tool)


Professional Diploma in Mechanical CADD:

• Professional Diploma in Mechanical CADD- 240 Hrs.
(Combination of one Drafting Tool & two 3D Modelling Tools)

• Professional Diploma in 3D Modelling- 240 Hrs.
(Combination of three 3D Modelling Tools)

• Professional Diploma in Product Design- 200 Hrs.
(Combination of one Drafting Tool, one 3D Modelling Tool and Foundation PPM)


Masters Diploma in Mechanical CADD:

• Master Diploma in Mechanical CADD- 360 Hrs.
(Combination of one Drafting Tool, Two 3D Modelling Tools, one Analysis Tools & Foundation PPM/ GD& T)

• Master Diploma in Product Design- 360 Hrs.
(Combination of one Drafting Tool, three Modelling Tools & Foundation PPM/ GD&T/Value Engineering)


GD&T: Duration: 20 Hrs.

  • • Introduction
  • • Engineering Dimensions, Tolerance & Units
  • • Engineering Drawing Tolerance Stack up
  • • Dimension Symbols Types of Dimensioning Datum Features
  • • Geometric Characteristics ( Back Bone of GD&T) and their symbols
  • • Feature Control frames Modifiers
  • • Different kind of RULES used in GD&T
  • • FOS and LOS Datum References
  • • Types of Tolerances Material Conditions
  • • Tolerance Stack up Accumulation of Tolerance Stack up Analysis

Value Engineering: Duration: 20 Hrs.

  • • Market Survey
  • • SWOT Analysis
  • • Bench Marking
  • • Quality Function Deployment(QFD)
  • • Design for Manufacturing and Assembly(DFMA)
  • • Failure mode Effective Analysis(FMEA)
  • • Root Cause Analysis(RCA)
  • • Should Costing
  • • Lean Six Sigma
  • • Engineering Product Life Cycle

Hypermesh

  • • Introduction to FEA
  • • Types of Analysis
  • • Basic Strength of materials
  • • Introduction of Meshing
  • • Line Meshing
  • • Surface Meshing
  • • Solid Meshing
  • • Special Elements and Techniques
  • • Linear static analysis using Meshing elements
  • • Building Solid elements and Solid Map Panel
  • • Spot weld using Geometry Nodes and Elements
  • • Quality Index Mesh Optimization Features
  • • Creating Connectors, Morphing process and Morphing a 2D model

NX CAD- Unigraphics

Duration: 80 Hrs.

  • • Introduction to Unigraphics
  • • Sketcher- Drawing Sketches for Solid Models, adding Geometric Constraints and Dimensions.
  • • Modelling- Editing, Extruding and Revolving Sketches
  • • Basic Customization of Tool Bar
  • • Creation of Primitive and Design Features
  • • Working with fixed and relative Datum planes
  • • Co-ordinate system and Datum Axis
  • • Advanced Modelling Tools- I & II
  • • Creation of part families
  • • Importing and Exporting of files through DFX & IGES files
  • • Editing features and advanced Modelling Tools- II
  • • Assemblies- Basic Assembly Constraints
  • • Assembly Modelling- I & II
  • • Drafting- Generating, Editing & Dimensioning the Drawing Views
  • • Adding GD&T Symbols to the Dimensions
  • • Surface- Surface & Advanced Surface Modelling
  • • Sheet Metal- Bending and Unbending Walls

NX CAM- Unigraphics

  • • Introduction to Manufacturing
  • • Milling operations overview
  • • Benefits of CAM
  • • Milling cutters overview
  • • G Codes & M Codes
  • • Understanding CAM Terminologies
  • • Machine environment and understanding CAM Setup
  • • CAM configuration and NV assistant
  • • Milling processors and Operation Sun types
  • • Operation Navigator
  • • Visualize and Analyze
  • • Facing Milling Operation
  • • Planar Milling, Profile and Text operations
  • • Thread Milling operation
  • • Contour Milling operation
  • • Rest Milling operation
  • • Z Level Milling Operation
  • • Surface Contouring Operation
  • • Engraving Text on Contour surface
  • • Multi Blade Milling Operation
  • • Drilling and Turning Operation

Solid Works

  • • Solidworks basics and user interface
  • • Working with sketch and basic part modeling
  • • Design tables and equations
  • • Advance part modeling
  • • Multibody solids and other advanced tools
  • • Basic part rendering and mapping texture appearances
  • • Assembly modeling, large assemblies
  • • Motion manager, Surface modeling
  • • Advanced surface modeling
  • • Master model techniques
  • • Drawing sheets and views
  • • Dimensions and annotations
  • • Sheet formats and templates
  • • Assembly drawing views
  • • Bill of materials and tables
  • • Drawing references and comparison
  • • Sheet metal and modeling sheet metal parts
  • • Sheet metal forming tools
  • • Additional sheet metal features
  • • Converting parts to sheet metal
  • DURATION : 80 Hrs