People who desire to learn everything technical must go to DUCAT. The training given by them is by far the most excellent and most price effective. Computer Aided Design (CAD)implicates the use of computer hardware and graphics software to produce design drawings. Modern CAD gear enables the designer to rapidlycreate very precise and practical images of products to be affected. The training givenenables CAD designers to hunt a wide diversity of careers in dissimilar industries, based on their educational backdrop. Aerospace and mechanized industries profoundly rely upon the acquaintance and skills of their computer-aided designers to incorporate present technology or plan new products. CAD designers in constructive engineering or the electrical industry work in a comparable capacity. Designers using computer-aided design have developed notable advantages related to motorized or piping needs in those sectors as well. The training is given by leading system engineers. They are specialists in this field. They make the students the best. The trainees become actual professionals by managing mock situations that are created. They are well thought-out to be the best in the company when a need of a system designer is requisite. After the teaching the trainees find themselves located at remarkably good position in the companies that they get jobs.

CAD MECHANICAL AutoCAD 2D

  • AutoCAD Interface
  • Coordinate System (Absolute , Relative , Relative Polar )
  • Basic Drawing Commands (Line ,Construction Line , Ray , Smoothpoly Line ,Circle , Rectangle ,Arc, Ellipse ,Revision cloud , polygon , Donut ,point )
  • Drafting Settings
  • Basic Editing Commands ( Erase , Move , Copy , Trim , Extend , Mirror , Offset , Rotate , Fillet ,Chamfer , Scale ,Stretch ,Break , join , Array )
  • Inquiry tools (List, Area ,Distance , ID)
  • Layer & Object Properties
  • Creating & Editing Text (Single Line Text ,Multi Line Text )
  • Working with Dimensions
  • Hatching (Associative Hatching , Non Associative Hatching )
  • Working with Blocks (Make Block , Write Block )
  • Plot a drawing
  • Multiline
  • Multiline Style
  • Multiline Edit
  • Polyline
  • Polyline Edit
  • Revision Cloud
  • Working with Layouts
  • Dimensioning Concept
  • Controlling Dimension Style
  • Design Center
  • External Reference
  • Working with Group
  • Project

AutoCAD 3D

  • Introduction to 3D Modeling
  • Types of 3D Model
  • Shaded & Hidden Views
  • Creating Solid Primitives
  • Creating Models from 2D Profiles
  • Creating a Models Using Sweep
  • Creating a Models Using Loft
  • Creating Composite Solid
  • Working with UCS
  • Editing 3D Models
  • Changing the 3D Model Position
  • Introduction to Surface Modeling
  • Creating Surface Primitives
  • Projects

CATIA V5 (optional)

  • Catia user interface
  • Creating and editing interface
  • Creating sketch based features
  • Creating transformation features
  • Creating dress up feature
  • Creating advanced replication tools
  • Editing parts in assembly
  • Creating surface features
  • Generative sheetmetal design
  • Drawing metal view
  • Bill off minerals, Balloons
  • Finalizing drawing and printing
  • Dress up in 2D views
  • Real time rendering

PRO /ENGINEER (optional)

  • Introduction to the Pro/ENGINEER wildfire Basic Modeling Process
  • Understanding Pro/ENGINEER Concepts
  • Using the Pro/ENGINEER Interface
  • Creating Sketcher Geometry
  • Using Sketcher tools
  • Creating Sketches for features
  • Advanced Sketching
  • Creating Extrudes , Revoles , and Ribs
  • Selecting and Editing
  • Creating datum features : Planes and Axis
  • Creating Sweeps and Blends
  • Advanced Blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Advanced hole creation
  • Advanced shells
  • Creating Round and chamferes
  • Advance round and chameres
  • Drafts
  • Variable Section Sweeps
  • Helical Sweeps
  • Swept Blends
  • Creating Patterns
  • Group , Copy , and Mirror Tools
  • Measuring and Inspectng Models
  • Relations and Parameters
  • Family Tables
  • Reusing Features
  • Assembling with Constraints
  • Exploding Assemblies
  • Surface Features
  • Invastigating parent /child Relationships
  • Creating Drawing Views
  • Creating Dreawing Details
  • Introduction to sheet metal design , primary walls , secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend , bend back and cuts , punches
  • Sheetmetal forms bend features
  • Unbending sheetmetal geometry
  • Converting solid parts , additional features interrotating the sheet metal model
  • Real Time Rendering
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