• Learn Engineering Design Concepts, not just the tool
  • Learn by working on Real Projects
  • Learn directly from Design Engineering Professionals
  • Learn the Major Tools used in the Industry like CATIA, UG-NX, PTC Creo
  • 100% Placement Assistance
  • Industry Recognized Certificate

Today, CAD (Computer Aided Design) is widely used in the automotive and aerospace industries. This evolved from manual drawings due to the changing trends in the industry which involved:

  • Demand for faster development of new products
  • Implementation of CAD/CAM/CAE tools mandatory to stay ahead of competition
  • Need for quality & reliable products for manufacturers worldwide strive to be more competitive & interchangeable

This approach resulted in reduced design costs, reduced design-to-market time, shorter design cycles and higher quality designs. Since the sudden growth of the use of CAD for designing, there has been a large requirement for trained engineers, proficient in CAD.

Theory Subjects Covered

  • Engineering drawing
  • Geometrical Dimensioning & Tolerancing
  • Missing views and wire frame views
  • Plastic molds
  • Die casting dies
  • Press tools
  • Jigs & Fixtures
  • SPM design
  • Machine design
  • Best practices of CAD/CAM
  • DFSS (Six Sigma)

The other component of becoming a design engineer is mastering the CAD software. By the end of the program, you will be able to efficiently create models, understand its capabilities and limitations, and be able to create well-designed products. The part modelling, sheet metal, surfacing and drafting modules are all covered extensively.

Complete Tool Covered

  • Sketch Module
  • 3D Part Modeling
  • Wireframe and Surface Design
  • Generative Shape Design
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Product Designing (Assembly)
  • Analyze & Annotate Parts
  • Concept of Skeleton Modeling
  • Contextual Designing
  • Generating 2D mfg. drawings
  • Fundamentals of data management