• CATIA V5 Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle(EL-MDE-CAD-CV5)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 70 Hrs

    Overview: Through this Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:

    • CATIA V5 Part Design
    • CATIA V5 Assembly Design
    • CATIA V5 Drafting
    • CATIA V5 Surface Design
    • CATIA V5 Sheet Metal Design
    • CATIA V5 Functional Tolerance and Annotations
    • Fundamentals of CATIA V5 Automation

    On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Use different feature-based tools to build 3D model
    • Create and position product structure
    • Create part and product detailed drawing
    • Create wireframes and surfaces
    • Create Sheet Metal part using the standard features
    • Annotate 3D part and create 3D views
    • Understand VBA programming concepts

    Course Structure: 

    CATIA V5 Part Design

    • Perform various options of Sketcher environment
    • GUI of Part Design workbench
    • Create and Constrain 2D sketches
    • Create Sketch Based Features like Pad, Pocket, Revolve and Hole
    • Apply Dress-Up Features like Edge Fillets, Chamfer, Draft and Shell
    • Perform Transformation Features like Mirror, Symmetry and Rectangular Pattern
    • Create advanced Sketch-Based Features
    • Create 3D models using Reference Elements
    • Create Parameters and Formulas in 3D model
    • Review and edit features
    • Apply Boolean Operations

    CATIA V5 Assembly Design

    • Approaches of Assembly Design
    • GUI of Assembly Design workbench
    • Create New Product and add components
    • Insert Existing Components with positioning
    • Move components within product by positioning them using Manipulation Part tool
    • Apply Engineering Connections like Coincidence, Contact, Offset and Fix
    • Concept and importance of Contextual Design and Publications
    • Assemble components using Publications
    • Modify Existing Product Structure
    • Analyze Interferences between parts
    • Generate exploded view
    • Generate Bill of Materials and Balloon

    CATIA V5 Drafting

    • Introduction to Drafting
    • Customize the settings
    • GUI of Drafting workbench
    • Generate Primary Views like Front, Top, Bottom, Side and Isometric Views
    • Position Views on drawing sheet
    • Generate Secondary Views like Section, Offset Section, Clipping and Detailed Views
    • Generate Dimensions using various methods
    • Create Frame and Title Block of Drawing Sheet
    • Create Text with Leader
    • Generate Bill of Materials

    CATIA V5 Surface Design

    • Introduction to Surface Design and concept of Hybrid Design
    • GUI of Surface Design workbench
    • Create Curves and Wireframes using 3D Lines, Points, Planes and Spline
    • Create 3D Corner and Projection Curves
    • Create surfaces based on wireframe geometry using Extrude, Revolve, Multi-Sections and Fill surfaces
    • Create advanced Swept Surfaces and Blend features
    • Create wireframe features using existing curves and surfaces
    • Assemble, Re-limit and connect surfaces smoothly using Split, Trim, Join and Disassemble
    • Convert Surface to Solid

    CATIA V5 Sheet Metal Design

    • Introduction to Sheet Metal Design
    • Terminology and Design process for creating Sheet Metal part
    • GUI of Sheet Metal Design workbench
    • Define and manage Sheet Metal Parameters
    • Create Sheet Metal part using Wall, User Flange, Hole and Rectangular Pattern
    • Create Sheet Metal part using Wall On Edge with Bend, Corner Relief, Louver, Bead, Bridge and Flanged Cutout
    • Create Sheet Metal part using Extrusion, Cylindrical Bend and Cutout
    • Create Stamped features
    • Manage Folded and Unfolded Views

    CATIA V5 Functional Tolerance and Annotations

    • Introduction to Functional Tolerance and Annotations
    • Define various GD&T options
    • Create Annotation Planes
    • Add and manage 3D Annotations on these planes
    • Create 3D Views
    • Manage and position Annotations
    • Manage 3D Geometry associated with 3D Annotations
    • Add Dimensions with Tolerances
    • Create Datum and Datum features
    • Create Text and Flag Notes

    CATIA V5 Automation

    • Introduction to Automation
    • Advantages of Automation and Scripting
    • Understand VBA programming concepts
    • Edit and Record Macro
    • Create CATVba Library and New macro
    • About types and use of variables
    • Write program in VBA
    • Understand the concept and use of inputbox
    • Work with String data and usage of String functions
    • Understand the concept and write If-Else statement
    • Export and save program file

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R21 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 520 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 45

    Recommended Practice Hours: 50 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle


    Overview: Through this Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:CATIA V5 Part DesignCATIA V5 Assembly DesignCATIA V5 DraftingCATIA V5 Surface DesignCATIA V5 Sheet Metal DesignCATIA V5 Functional Tolerance and AnnotationsFundamentals of CATIA V5 AutomationOn completion of this course, user will be able to: Use different feature-based tools to build 3D modelCreate and
    position product structureCreate part and product detailed drawingCreate wireframes and surfacesCreate Sheet Metal part using the standard featuresAnnotate 3D part and create 3D viewsUnderstand VBA programming concepts: 50 Hrs

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    4.9
    (584)

    70 Hrs $750
  • SOLIDWORKS Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle(EL-MDE-CAD-SW)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 64 Hrs

    Overview: Through this Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:

    • SOLIDWORKS Part Design
    • SOLIDWORKS Assembly Design
    • SOLIDWORKS Drafting
    • SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Design
    • SOLIDWORKS Model Based Definition
    • SOLIDWORKS Surface Design

    On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Create 3D model using various feature-based tools
    • Learn to assemble parts using different mates
    • Generate views and apply dimension
    • Create sheet metal using Flanges and views
    • Apply annotations on 3D parts and products
    • Create Wireframe and generate the Surface

    Course Structure: 

    SOLIDWORKS Part Design

    • GUI of SOLIDWORKS application
    • Create 2D sketches and apply Constraint
    • Create 3D models in SOLIDWORKS Part design
    • About Sketcher workbench
    • Learn Sketch Based Features
    • Apply Dress-up Features
    • Create configuration at part level
    • Create parts using Boolean operations

    SOLIDWORKS Assembly Design

    • About basic Assembly Constraints
    • Create SOLIDWORKS Assembly Design Constraints
    • Use advanced commands to create assembly
    • Customize the settings to work with large assemblies

    SOLIDWORKS Drafting

    • GUI of Drafting workbench
    • Generate different views
    • Apply dimension and customize dimension styles
    • Generate Sectional and Auxiliary views
    • Generate BOM and modify table

    SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Design

    • GUI of Sheet Metal workbench
    • Create Base Flange
    • Convert Solid body into Sheet Metal
    • Different types of Flanges
    • Create Forming tool
    • Understand the Fold, Unfold and Flatten views

    SOLIDWORKS Model Based Definition

    • Importance of MBD
    • Learn the various GD&T options in SOLIDWORKS
    • Apply annotations on 3D parts and products
    • Capture 3D views and publish drawings to 3D PDF
    • Generate e-drawings and convert them to various file formats

    SOLIDWORKS Surface Design

    • Introduction to GUI of Surface Design workbench
    • Create Curves and Wireframes using 3D Lines, Points, Planes and Splines
    • Learn to use Extruded, Revolved and Lofted commands
    • Create Boundary, Fill, Freeform, Planar surface and Knit surface
    • Use of Delete, Extend and Replace commands
    • Create 3D Corner and Projection Curves
    • Create Swept surfaces and Blend features
    • Connect surfaces using Split, Trim and Join commands
    • Add thickness to surface

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is SOLIDWORKS 2019 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 400 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 11

    Recommended Practice Hours: 52 Hrs


    SOLIDWORKS Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle


    Overview: Through this Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:SOLIDWORKS Part DesignSOLIDWORKS Assembly DesignSOLIDWORKS DraftingSOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal DesignSOLIDWORKS Model Based DefinitionSOLIDWORKS Surface DesignOn completion of this course, user will be able to: Create 3D model using various feature-based toolsLearn to assemble parts using different matesGenerate views and apply dimensionCreate sheet metal using Flanges and viewsApply annotations on 3D parts and productsCreate Wireframe and generate the Surface: 52 Hrs

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    4.7
    (874)

    64 Hrs $400
  • CATIA V5 Equipment and System Engineer Bundle(EL-ESE-CAD-CV5)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 48 Hrs

    Overview: Through this Equipment and System Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:

    • CATIA V5 Part Design
    • CATIA V5 Assembly Design
    • CATIA V5 Electrical Harness Design
    • CATIA V5 Electrical Harness Flattening
    • CATIA V5 Tubing Diagram
    • CATIA V5 Tubing Design
    • CATIA V5 DMU Space Analysis

    On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Use different Feature-Based tools to build 3D model
    • Create and position Product Structure
    • Create Harness system to Digital Mock-Up and create Harness Documentation
    • Use Electrical Harness Flattening workbench to extract, flatten and synchronize Electrical Harness
    • Create, modify, annotate and analyze network in Tubing Diagram
    • Create, modify and manage Tubing Design
    • Analyze and review the results of analysis performed by CATIA Analysis

    Course Structure: 

    CATIA V5 Part Design

    • Perform various options of Sketcher environment
    • GUI of Part Design workbench
    • Create and Constrain 2D sketches
    • Create Sketch Based Features like Pad, Pocket, Revolve and Hole
    • Apply Dress-Up Features like Edge Fillets, Chamfer, Draft and Shell
    • Perform Transformation Features like Mirror, Symmetry and Rectangular Pattern
    • Create advanced Sketch-Based Features
    • Create 3D models using Reference Elements
    • Create Parameters and Formulas in 3D model
    • Review and edit features
    • Apply Boolean Operations

    CATIA V5 Assembly Design

    • Approaches of Assembly Design
    • GUI of Assembly Design workbench
    • Create New Product and add components
    • Insert Existing Components with positioning
    • Move components within product by positioning them using Manipulation Part tool
    • Apply Engineering Connections like Coincidence, Contact, Offset and Fix
    • Concept and importance of Contextual Design and Publications
    • Assemble components using Publications
    • Modify Existing Product Structure
    • Analyze Interferences between parts
    • Generate exploded view
    • Generate Bill of Materials and Balloon

    CATIA V5 Electrical Harness Design

    • Understand the process and methods of Electrical Harness Design
    • Learn Electrical Library Installation
    • Convert Mechanical parts into Electrical parts
    • Assemble Electrical components
    • Create Geometrical Bundle
    • Route Bundle Segment
    • Definition of Bundle Segment
    • Add Branch Point
    • Create Protective covering
    • Add and Remove Support
    • Manage Multiple Bundle Segment
    • Analyze Product with Harness Bundle Segment

    CATIA V5 Electrical Harness Flattening

    • Understand an approach to Manufacturing documentation of Electrical Harness Design
    • Create Harness Flattening Parameters
    • Extract Electrical Harness Geometry
    • Flatten extracted Electrical Harness
    • Rotate and Bend the Harness
    • Add and Remove Length Tolerance
    • Check connections using Network Assistant
    • Add attributes in Insert Link Template
    • Add Text Template to the Catalog
    • Generate Front View
    • Add Catalog using Place Text Template
    • Add Text to the Harness

    CATIA V5 Tubing Diagram

    • Applications and Benefits of Tube
    • Understand the GUI, process of Tubing Diagrams and importance of Line ID
    • Types of Tube
    • Place Equipment and Nozzles
    • Importance of Line ID
    • Route and modify Line ID
    • Place inline parts and modify Diagrams
    • Place Text Templates
    • Generate Report of Tubing Diagrams
    • Check Network Analysis

    CATIA V5 Tubing Design

    • Terminology of Tubing
    • General manufacturing process of Tube
    • General process of Tubing Design
    • Understand the GUI, process of Tubing Design and importance of Line ID
    • Customize the settings
    • Place Nozzles
    • Route and modify Line ID
    • Route and modify a Run
    • Place Tubes and Tubing parts
    • Route and modify Flexible Tubes
    • Generate Reports of Tubing Design

    CATIA V5 DMU Space Analysis

    • Applications of Space Analysis
    • GUI of DMU Space Analysis workbench
    • Import Product
    • Check Clash Interference between components
    • Create Annotations to Section View
    • Clash Interference between two selections
    • Clash Interference between all components
    • Measure between components
    • Export Interference Data
    • Generate Report of Clash Interference

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R25 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 503 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 40

    Recommended Practice Hours: 32 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Equipment and System Engineer Bundle


    Overview: Through this Equipment and System Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:CATIA V5 Part DesignCATIA V5 Assembly DesignCATIA V5 Electrical Harness DesignCATIA V5 Electrical Harness FlatteningCATIA V5 Tubing DiagramCATIA V5 Tubing DesignCATIA V5 DMU Space AnalysisOn completion of this course, user will be able to: Use different Feature-Based tools to build 3D modelCreate and
    position Product StructureCreate Harness system to Digital Mock-Up and create Harness DocumentationUse Electrical Harness Flattening workbench to extract, flatten and synchronize Electrical HarnessCreate, modify, annotate and analyze network in Tubing DiagramCreate, modify and manage Tubing DesignAnalyze and review the results of analysis performed by CATIA Analysis: 32 Hrs

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    4.4
    (459)

    48 Hrs $800
  • CATIA V5 NC Program Engineer Bundle(EL-NPE-CAD-CV5)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 54 Hrs

    Overview: Through this NC Program Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:

    • CATIA V5 Part Design
    • CATIA V5 Assembly Design
    • CATIA V5 Sheet Metal Design
    • CATIA V5 Functional Tolerance and Annotations
    • CATIA V5 Prismatic Machining
    • CATIA V5 3-Axis Milling Machining

    On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Use different Feature-Based tools to build 3D model
    • Create and position Product Structure
    • Create Sheet Metal part using Standard features
    • Annotate 3D Part and create 3D Views
    • Define and manage NC programs to machine parts using prismatic machining techniques
    • Create Process, Product and Resource(PPR) Structure

    Course Structure: 

    CATIA V5 Part Design

    • Perform various options of Sketcher environment
    • GUI of Part Design workbench
    • Create and Constrain 2D sketches
    • Create Sketch Based Features like Pad, Pocket, Revolve and Hole
    • Apply Dress-Up Features like Edge Fillets, Chamfer, Draft and Shell
    • Perform Transformation Features like Mirror, Symmetry and Rectangular Pattern
    • Create advanced Sketch-Based Features
    • Create 3D models using Reference Elements
    • Create Parameters and Formulas in 3D model
    • Review and edit features
    • Apply Boolean Operations

    CATIA V5 Assembly Design

    • Approaches of Assembly Design
    • GUI of Assembly Design workbench
    • Create New Product and add components
    • Insert Existing Components with positioning
    • Move components within product by positioning them using Manipulation Part tool
    • Apply Engineering Connections like Coincidence, Contact, Offset and Fix
    • Concept and importance of Contextual Design and Publications
    • Assemble components using Publications
    • Modify Existing Product Structure
    • Analyze Interferences between parts
    • Generate exploded view
    • Generate Bill of Materials and Balloon

    CATIA V5 Sheet Metal Design

    • Introduction to Sheet Metal Design
    • Terminology and Design process for creating Sheet Metal part
    • GUI of Sheet Metal Design workbench
    • Define and manage Sheet Metal Parameters
    • Create Sheet Metal part using Wall, User Flange, Hole and Rectangular Pattern
    • Create Sheet Metal part using Wall On Edge with Bend, Corner Relief, Louver, Bead, Bridge and Flanged Cutout
    • Create Sheet Metal part using Extrusion, Cylindrical Bend and Cutout
    • Create Stamped features
    • Manage Folded and Unfolded Views

    CATIA V5 Functional Tolerance and Annotations

    • Introduction to Functional Tolerance and Annotations
    • Define various GD&T options
    • Create Annotation Planes
    • Add and manage 3D Annotations on these planes
    • Create 3D Views
    • Manage and position Annotations
    • Manage 3D Geometry associated with 3D Annotations
    • Add Dimensions with Tolerances
    • Create Datum and Datum features
    • Create Text and Flag Notes

    CATIA V5 Prismatic Machining

    • Understand Machining Operation
    • Create PPR Structure
    • Define Machining Axis
    • Create Facing Operation
    • Create Rough Stock
    • Define the Geometry of tool
    • Create Toolpath Simulation
    • Perform Profile Countering and Drilling Operation
    • Create all Manufacturing Operations

    CATIA V5 3-Axis Milling Machining

    • Create Facing Operation
    • Define Geometry for Facing Operation
    • Define the Strategies
    • Define Tool Geometry
    • Create Toolpath Simulation
    • Create Material Removal Video Simulation
    • Create Pocketing Operation with and without Island
    • Approach and Retract Macros
    • Define Ramping Macros
    • Create Profile Countering, Drilling Operation
    • Generate NC Program for Manufacturing Operation
    • Set Post Processor
    • Select Controller for Postprocessor

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R21 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 470 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 41

    Recommended Practice Hours: 38 Hrs


    CATIA V5 NC Program Engineer Bundle


    Overview: Through this NC Program Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:CATIA V5 Part DesignCATIA V5 Assembly DesignCATIA V5 Sheet Metal DesignCATIA V5 Functional Tolerance and AnnotationsCATIA V5 Prismatic MachiningCATIA V5 3-Axis Milling MachiningOn completion of this course, user will be able to: Use different Feature-Based tools to build 3D modelCreate and position Product StructureCreate Sheet Metal part using Standard featuresAnnotate 3D Part and create 3D ViewsDefine and manage NC programs to machine parts using prismatic machining techniquesCreate Process, Product and Resource(PPR) Structure: 38 Hrs

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    4.4
    (498)

    54 Hrs $550
  • CATIA V5 Stress Analysis Engineer Bundle(EL-SAE-CAD-CV5)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 48 Hrs

    Overview: Through this Stress Analysis Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:

    • CATIA V5 Part Design
    • CATIA V5 Assembly Design
    • CATIA V5 Sheet Metal Design
    • CATIA V5 Generative Part Structural Analysis
    • Generative Assembly Structural Analysis

    On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Use different feature-based tools to build 3D model
    • Create and position part structure
    • Create sheet Metal part using standard feature
    • Conduct Finite Element Analysis on existing Part and Assembly

    Course Structure: 

    CATIA V5 Part Design

    • Perform various options of Sketcher environment
    • GUI of Part Design workbench
    • Create and constrain 2D sketches
    • Create Sketch Based Features
    • Apply Dress-Up features
    • Perform Transformation Features
    • Create advanced Sketch-based features
    • Create 3D models using Reference Elements
    • Create Parameters and Formulas in 3D model
    • Review and edit features
    • Apply Boolean Operations

    CATIA V5 Assembly Design

    • Approaches of Assembly Design
    • GUI of Assembly Design workbench
    • Create New Product and add components
    • Insert Existing components with Positioning
    • Move components within product by positioning them using Manipulation part tool
    • Apply Engineering Connections
    • Concept and importance of Contextual Design and Publications
    • Assemble components using Publications
    • Modify an existing product structure
    • Analyze interferences between parts
    • Generate exploded view
    • Generate Bill of Material and Balloon

    CATIA V5 Sheet Metal Design

    • Introduction to Sheet Metal Design
    • Terminology and design process for creating Sheet Metal part
    • GUI of Sheet Metal Design workbench
    • Define and manage Sheet Metal Parameters
    • Create Sheet Metal part using Wall, User Flange, Hole and Rectangular Pattern features
    • Create Sheet Metal part using Wall On Edge with Bend, Corner Relief, Louver, Bead, Bridge and Flanged Cutout
    • Create Sheet Metal part using Extrusion, Cylindrical Bend and Cutout
    • Create Stamped features
    • Manage folded and unfolded views

    CATIA V5 Generative Part Structural Analysis (GPS)

    • Introduction to CATIA V5 GPS
    • Create New Analysis Case
    • Apply Material
    • GUI of Generative Structural Analysis
    • Create Clamp Restraint
    • Apply Distributed Force
    • Perform Model Checker
    • Perform Compute
    • Check Deformation
    • Apply Pressure Load
    • Define Force Density
    • Animate analysis part
    • Generate and visualize Report

    CATIA V5 Generative Assembly Structural Analysis (GAS)

    • Create New Analysis Case
    • Apply Material
    • Convert Assembly Constraints into Analysis Constraints
    • Define Tightening Force using connection property
    • Define Contact connection property
    • Apply Boundary conditions
    • Generate and visualize the Report of analysis results
    • Define Pressure Fitting connection property
    • Check Deformation of product
    • Check Analysis status

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer with knowledge of Finite Element Method. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R21 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 370 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 34

    Recommended Practice Hours: 36 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Stress Analysis Engineer Bundle


    Overview: Through this Stress Analysis Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:CATIA V5 Part DesignCATIA V5 Assembly DesignCATIA V5 Sheet Metal DesignCATIA V5 Generative Part Structural AnalysisGenerative Assembly Structural AnalysisOn completion of this course, user will be able to: Use different feature-based tools to build 3D modelCreate and position part structureCreate sheet Metal part using standard featureConduct Finite Element Analysis on existing Part and Assembly: 36 Hrs

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    4.4
    (421)

    48 Hrs $475
  • SOLIDWORKS Stress Analysis Engineer Bundle(EL-SAE-CAD-SW)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 70 Hrs

    Overview: Through this Stress Analysis Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:

    • SOLIDWORKS Part Design
    • SOLIDWORKS Assembly Design
    • SOLIDWORKS Drafting
    • SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Design
    • SOLIDWORKS Model Based Definition
    • SOLIDWORKS Finite Element Analysis

    On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Create 3D model using various feature-based tools
    • Learn to assemble parts using different mates
    • Generate views and apply dimension
    • Create sheet metal using Flanges and views
    • Apply annotations on 3D parts and products
    • Understand the Static Analysis of component

    Course Structure: 

    SOLIDWORKS Part Design

    • GUI of SOLIDWORKS application
    • Create 2D sketches and apply Constraint
    • Create 3D models in SOLIDWORKS Part design
    • About Sketcher workbench
    • Learn Sketch Based Features
    • Apply Dress-up Features
    • Create configuration at part level
    • Create parts using Boolean operations

    SOLIDWORKS Assembly Design

    • About basic Assembly Constraints
    • Create SOLIDWORKS Assembly Design Constraints
    • Use advanced commands to create assembly
    • Customize the settings to work with large assemblies

    SOLIDWORKS Drafting

    • GUI of Drafting workbench
    • Generate different views
    • Apply dimension and customize dimension styles
    • Generate Sectional and Auxiliary views
    • Generate BOM and modify table

    SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Design

    • GUI of Sheet Metal workbench
    • Create Base Flange
    • Convert Solid body into Sheet Metal
    • Different types of Flanges
    • Create Forming tool
    • Understand the Fold, Unfold and Flatten views

    SOLIDWORKS Model Based Definition

    • Importance of MBD
    • Learn the various GD&T options in SOLIDWORKS
    • Apply annotations on 3D parts and products
    • Capture 3D views and publish drawings to 3D PDF
    • Generate e-drawings and convert them to various file formats

    SOLIDWORKS Finite Element Analysis

    • Understand the Static Analysis of component
    • Create Design Study
    • Analyse the model using SimulationXpress Analysis Wizard tool
    • Apply Fixture, Load and Material
    • Understand the deformations

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is SOLIDWORKS 2019 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 460 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 13

    Recommended Practice Hours: 55 Hrs


    SOLIDWORKS Stress Analysis Engineer Bundle


    Overview: Through this Stress Analysis Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:SOLIDWORKS Part DesignSOLIDWORKS Assembly DesignSOLIDWORKS DraftingSOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal DesignSOLIDWORKS Model Based DefinitionSOLIDWORKS Finite Element AnalysisOn completion of this course, user will be able to: Create 3D model using various feature-based toolsLearn to assemble parts using different matesGenerate views and apply dimensionCreate sheet metal using Flanges and viewsApply annotations on 3D parts and productsUnderstand the Static Analysis of component: 55 Hrs

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    4.3
    (487)

    70 Hrs $300
  • SOLIDWORKS NC Program Engineer Bundle(EL-NPE-CAD-SW)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 62 Hrs

    Overview: Through this NC Program Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:

    • SOLIDWORKS Part Design
    • SOLIDWORKS Assembly Design
    • SOLIDWORKS Drafting
    • SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Design
    • SOLIDWORKS CAM

    On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Create 3D model using various feature-based tools
    • Learn to assemble parts using different mates
    • Generate views and apply dimension
    • Create sheet metal using Flanges and views
    • Understand Machining operations

    Course Structure: 

    SOLIDWORKS Part Design

    • Understand the GUI of SOLIDWORKS application
    • Create 2D sketches and apply Constraint
    • Create 3D models in SOLIDWORKS Part design
    • About Sketcher workbench
    • Learn Sketch Based Features
    • Apply Dress-up Features
    • Create configuration at part level
    • Create parts using Boolean operations

    SOLIDWORKS Assembly Design

    • About basic Assembly Constraints
    • Create SOLIDWORKS Assembly Design Constraints
    • Use advanced commands to create assembly
    • Customize the settings to work with large assemblies

    SOLIDWORKS Drafting

    • GUI of Drafting workbench
    • Generate different views
    • Apply dimension and customize dimension styles
    • Generate Sectional and Auxiliary views
    • Generate BOM and modify table

    SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Design

    • GUI of Sheet Metal workbench
    • Create Base Flange
    • Convert Solid body into Sheet Metal
    • Different types of Flanges
    • Create Forming tool
    • Understand the Fold, Unfold and Flatten views

    SOLIDWORKS CAM

    • Importance of GUI CAM
    • Define Machine and Extract Machinable Features
    • Generate Machining Operations Plan of the model
    • Generate Toolpaths for Operations Plan
    • Generate NC codes from the model
    • Additional Features
    • Machine Simulation process
    • Applications of SOLIDWORKS CAM
    • Use of Sort Operations
    • Create 2.5 Axis Mill Operations

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is SOLIDWORKS 2019 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 430 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 14

    Recommended Practice Hours: 50 Hrs


    SOLIDWORKS NC Program Engineer Bundle


    Overview: Through this NC Program Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:SOLIDWORKS Part DesignSOLIDWORKS Assembly DesignSOLIDWORKS DraftingSOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal DesignSOLIDWORKS CAMOn completion of this course, user will be able to: Create 3D model using various feature-based toolsLearn to assemble parts using different matesGenerate views and apply dimensionCreate sheet metal using Flanges and viewsUnderstand Machining operations: 50 Hrs

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    4.3
    (476)

    62 Hrs $300
  • Revit Civil Engineer Bundle(EL-CE-CAD-RVT)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 92 Hrs

    Overview: Through this Revit Civil Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:

    • AutoCAD Civil 2D Drafting
    • AutoCAD Civil 3D Modelling
    • Revit Architecture Essentials
    • Revit Structure
    • Revit MEP Essentials

    On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Understand the GUI of AutoCAD 2D and use various Draw and Modify tools to create different models
    • Work with AutoCAD 3D interface and use various 3D commands
    • Understand the user interface of Revit Architecture and create 3D model of building plan, apply Materials, create Rendered images and add Annotations
    • Setup Levels and Grids and place various structural elements, add Reinforcement, work with imported AutoCAD files and add Trusses
    • Work with Revit MEP interface and create HVAC systems, Electrical Power Systems, Water Piping System and Fire Protection System and create Documentation

    Course Structure: 

    AutoCAD Civil 2D Drafting

    • Understand GUI of AutoCAD
    • Learn the use of various Draw and Modify commands
    • Add Annotations and Dimensions to drawing
    • Understand Blocks and Layers concept
    • Draw Foundation, Door and Stair models
    • Draw Plan, Section and Elevation of building plan
    • Import PDFs and images to AutoCAD file
    • Create and Import Title blocks
    • Learn Print and Plot settings

    AutoCAD Civil 3D Modelling

    • Understand the GUI of AutoCAD 3D Modelling
    • Create 3D models of basic shapes and complex objects
    • Convert Solids, Meshes and Surfaces
    • Create a model of building
    • Apply Materials for various building components
    • Produce images using Camera command, Render images/views and create animated walk through video of a building
    • Create the Documentation

    Revit Architecture Essentials

    • Understand the GUI and tools of Revit Architecture
    • Learn to create and modify primary components in building design
    • Create documentation

    Revit Structure

    • Create Levels, Grids lines, Columns, Beams, Footings, Floor slabs and other structural elements
    • Add Reinforcement to Structural Elements
    • About Detailing and creating Schedules for models
    • Import AutoCAD files to Revit project files

    Revit MEP Essentials

    • Understand the GUI of Revit MEP
    • Create Spaces and Zones
    • Learn to create HVAC Systems
    • Generate Heating and Cooling Load Calculation Report
    • Create Hydronic Piping System
    • Create Electrical Systems and Electrical Panel Schedules
    • Create Plumbing and Fire Protection System
    • Create Documentation

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Civil Engineer. The recommended version for AutoCAD practice exercises is AutoCAD 2018 and above and Revit practice exercises is Revit 2019 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 580 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 30

    Recommended Practice Hours: 72 Hrs


    Revit Civil Engineer Bundle


    Overview: Through this Revit Civil Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:AutoCAD Civil 2D DraftingAutoCAD Civil 3D ModellingRevit Architecture EssentialsRevit StructureRevit MEP EssentialsOn completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI of AutoCAD 2D and use various Draw and Modify tools to create different modelsWork with AutoCAD 3D interface and use various 3D commandsUnderstand the user interface of Revit Architecture and create 3D model of building plan, apply Materials, create Rendered images and add AnnotationsSetup Levels and Grids and place various structural elements, add Reinforcement, work with imported AutoCAD files and add TrussesWork with Revit MEP interface and create HVAC systems, Electrical Power Systems, Water Piping System and Fire Protection System and create Documentation: 72 Hrs

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  • CATIA V5 Professional Training Bundle(C-MEC-V5CAT21-BAT-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 92 Hrs

    Overview: Through this CATIA V5 Professional Training, the user will be able to learn:

    • CATIA V5 Part Design
    • CATIA V5 Assembly Design
    • CATIA V5 Drafting
    • CATIA V5 Surface Design

    On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Use different feature-based tools to build 3D model
    • Create and position product structure
    • Create part and product detailed drawing
    • Create wireframes and surfaces

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to CATIA Part Design

    Introduction to Sketch

    • Basic steps involved in Sketch creation
    • Draw a sketch using Profile toolbar

    Profile Toolbar

    • Draw Rectangle profile
    • Draw Parallelogram profile
    • Draw Elongated Hole
    • Create Center and Radius Circle
    • Create Three-Point Circle
    • Create Circle with Coordinates
    • Create Three-Point Arc
    • Create Arc with Radius
    • Create Distance
    • Create Spline
    • Create Ellipse
    • Create Parabola
    • Create Hyperbola
    • Create Line Two-Point Line, Axis and Infinite Line
    • Create Line Axis and Infinite Line
    • Point commands-Point with Coordinates

    Constraint and Operations Toolbar

    • Constrain a sketch
    • Constraints Defined in Dialog Box
    • Create Corner
    • Create Chamfer
    • Create Trim
    • Create Quick Trim
    • Mirror

    View Toolbar and Sketch Tools

    • Sketch Grid Tools
    • Sketch Construction Line
    • Geometrical constraints and Dimensional constraints
    • Fit All in and Re-center
    • Use of Pan, Rotate
    • Use of Zoom In/Out and
    • Use of Multi-View

    Create a Sketch

    • Draw a basic sketch

    Graphical User Interface of CATIA V5

    • Access the CATIA V5 workbench
    • Toolbars available in Part Design workbench

    Creation of base Sketch

    • Read the drawing
    • Create base sketch
    • Create Pad

    Sketch Based features

    • Create model using Pocket
    • Create model using stiffeners
    • Create model using mirror features

    Applying the Dress-up Features

    • Define Holes
    • Apply Edge Fillet
    • Apply Edge Fillets Dress-Up Feature
    • Apply Draft Dress-Up Feature
    • Apply Shell Dress-Up Feature

    Introduction to CATIA Assembly Design

    Assembly Design-1

    • Introduction to Assembly Design
    • Approaches of Assembly Design
    • Launch the Assembly Design workbench
    • Insert Existing Components
    • Apply Coincidence Engineering Constraint
    • Apply Contact Engineering Constraint
    • Apply Offset Engineering Constraint
    • Analyse Interferences between parts
    • Generate BOM

    Assembly Design-2

    • Insert Existing Components with positioning
    • Use of Manipulation Part tool
    • Apply basics Constraints

    Assembly Design-3

    • Customize the settings
    • Reference elements for Contextual Design
    • Insert a new part
    • Link the sketch with Parent
    • Understand the concept and importance of Contextual Design

    Assembly Design-4

    • Introduction to Publications
    • Customize the settings to use Publications
    • Apply Constraints using Publications
    • Understand the concept and importance of Publications

    Additional Practice Yourself

    • Create Enhanced Scene
    • Generate exploded view
    • Generate Numbers or Letters
    • Generate Bill of Material
    • BOM representation in Drawing
    • Balloon representation in Drawing

    Introduction to CATIA Drafting

    Drafting of Component-1

    • Introduction to Drafting
    • Launch the Drafting workbench
    • Understand the GUI
    • Generate Front View
    • Customize the settings
    • Generate Dimensions
    • Generate Right and Isometric View
    • Create Frame of Drawing Sheet
    • Create Title Block of Drawing Sheet

    Drafting of Component-2

    • Generate basic Views of component
    • Generate Section View
    • Generate Dimensions for Section View
    • Create Text with Leader

    Drafting of Component-3

    • Generate basic Views of component
    • Use of Properties settings
    • Generate Force Horizontal Dimensions and Force Vertical Dimensions
    • Generate Offset Section View
    • Generate Dimensions for Offset Section View

    Introduction to Surface Design

    Design of Surface Model-1

    • Access Generative Shape Design workbench
    • Create wireframe
    • Create basic surface features
    • Create Offset Plane
    • Generate Multi-section surface
    • Use Revolve feature
    • Trim surface
    • Create Sweep and Extrude surface
    • Join the surface

    Design of Surface Model-2

    • Create Sweep surface with Guide curves and Tangent surface
    • Project the profile
    • Create Intersection
    • Fill the surface

    Design of Surface Model-3

    • Create basic wireframe
    • Create Points in different quadrant
    • Create Spline and Multi-section surface
    • Create 3D Line
    • Modify the surface
    • Extract wireframe
    • Convert Surface to Solid

    Design of Surface Model-4

    • Load the wireframe input
    • Create Geometrical Set
    • Create basic surface features
    • Split surface
    • Modify the surface features
    • Apply Styling features
    • Project the wireframe
    • Create Corner
    • Extract Boundary of surface
    • Mirror the feature

    Design of Surface Model-5

    • Create the basic surface features
    • Sweep surface by using Draft direction and angle
    • Analyse the surface for error
    • Create final feature
    • Create Plane on curve

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R21 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 357 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 22

    Recommended Practice Hours: 32 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Professional Training Bundle


    Overview: Through this CATIA V5 Professional Training, the user will be able to learn:CATIA V5 Part DesignCATIA V5 Assembly DesignCATIA V5 DraftingCATIA V5 Surface DesignOn completion of this course, user will be able to: Use different feature-based tools to build 3D modelCreate and position product structureCreate part and product detailed drawingCreate wireframes and surfaces: 32 Hrs

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  • GEOVIA MINEX(C-MEC-NAGEO06-MIN-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 12 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn GEOVIA MINEX. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Understand the GUI, process of GEOVIA MINEX
    • Use of MINEX in Survey
    • Use of MINEX in Geology
    • MINEX for Plotting

    Course Structure: 

    1. Introduction to GEOVIA MINEX

    • About Licencing and GUI
    • Understand the file types associated with MINEX
    • Create Project (Project Manager), Geometry file and parameters file
    • Create String
    • Manipulate String and Point

    2. MINEX in Survey

    • Import CSV files to String
    • Create Triangle
    • Understand Contouring and Volume Calculation
    • Import CAD file into MINEX
    • Import Image files in MINEX

    3. MINEX in Geology

    • Create Boreholes
    • Create Geological database
    • Display the Database
    • Create Topo Grid
    • Create Fault Model
    • Create Unfault Database
    • Splitting on Seams and Interpolate Missing Seam
    • Create Multi Seam Multi Variable Gridding from Unfaulted model
    • Create Refaulting
    • Multi Seam Gridding of Quality
    • Detailed Resource Reporting

    4. MINEX in Plotting

    • Plot Borehole Log
    • Plot Section
    • Plot Surface Plan
    • Plot Thickness contour for Seam
    • Plot Floor Contour plan for Seam

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mining Engineer/ Geologist and should have knowledge on stratigraphic deposits (Coal). The recommended version for practice exercises is GEOVIA MINEX 6.5.5 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 162 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 10

    Recommended Practice Hours: 7Hrs


    GEOVIA MINEX


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn GEOVIA MINEX. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI, process of GEOVIA MINEXUse of MINEX in SurveyUse of MINEX in GeologyMINEX for Plotting : 7Hrs

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  • GEOVIA SURPAC(C-MEC-NAGEO19-SUP-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 12 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn GEOVIA SURPAC. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Understand the GUI of GEOVIA Surpac
    • Import the Total station survey data in Surpac and calculate excavation volume
    • Create Geological database and 3D Ore Body Modelling
    • Create the Block Model and Estimate resources
    • Create the Slice Plan and Ultimate Pit Design to estimate mineable reserve
    • Create Plot files from Surpac

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to GEOVIA Surpac

    • About Licencing and GUI
    • Customize the settings
    • Understand the File types associated with Surpac
    • Import and Export files from other Software
    • Create, edit Strings and Display properties of Strings
    • Range Concepts and File saving

    Surpac in Survey

    • Import CSV files to String
    • Understand Contouring, DTM and Volume Calculation
    • Create Sections from DTM
    • Learn 2D Transformation of String and Lat Long to UTM Transformation
    • About Image Draping

    Surpac in Geology

    • Create Geological Database
    • Display the Database
    • Create Planes, Geological Sections
    • Solid Modelling

    Surpac in Geology

    • Create Composite, Basic Statistics
    • Block Model
    • About Estimation – Inverse Distance
    • Generate Resource report

    Surpac in Open Pit Design

    • Create Slice Plan
    • Understand Open Pit Design with Ramps
    • Create Mineable Reserves

    Surpac for Plotting

    • Create Auto Plot

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mining Engineer/ Geologist and should have knowledge on GEOVIA. The recommended version for practice exercises is GEOVIA SURPAC 2019 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 220 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 5

    Recommended Practice Hours: 5 Hrs


    GEOVIA SURPAC


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn GEOVIA SURPAC. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI of GEOVIA SurpacImport the Total station survey data in Surpac and calculate excavation volumeCreate Geological database and 3D Ore Body ModellingCreate the Block Model and Estimate resourcesCreate the Slice Plan and Ultimate Pit Design to estimate mineable reserveCreate Plot files from Surpac: 5 Hrs

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  • MULTICAD Part Design Bundle(EL-PDG-CAD-MUL)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 62 Hrs

    Overview: Through this Multicad Part Design Bundle, the user will be able to learn part design in the following software.

    • CATIA V5
    • SIEMENS NX
    • SOLIDWORKS
    • PTC Creo
    • INVENTOR

    On completion of this course, user will be able to learn the following. 

    • Create basic and advance sketch
    • Create 3D models
    • Create Holes and Threads
    • Apply the dress-up features
    • Apply transformation features like mirror, symmetry
    • Apply Scale and Affinity
    • Concept of Boolean Operations
    • Create Design Table

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to CATIA Part Design

    Introduction to Sketch

    • Basic steps involved in Sketch creation
    • Draw a sketch using Profile toolbar

    Profile Toolbar

    • Draw predefined profiles like Rectangle, Parallelogram and Elongated Hole
    • Create Center and Radius Circle, Three-Point Circle and Circle with Coordinates
    • Create Three-Point Arc, Arc with Radius and Distance and Spline 
    • Conic tools-Ellipse, Parabola and Hyperbola
    • Line commands-Two-Point Line, Axis and Infinite Line
    • Point commands-Point with Coordinates

    Constraint and Operations Toolbar

    • Constrain a sketch
    • Constraints Defined in Dialog Box
    • Create Corner and Chamfer 
    • Trim, Quick Trim and Mirror

    View Toolbar and Sketch Tools

    • Sketch Tools like Grid and Construction Line
    • Geometrical constraints and Dimensional constraints
    • Fit All In and Recentre
    • Pan, Rotate, Zoom In/Out and Multi-View

    Create a Sketch

    • Draw a basic sketch

    Graphical User Interface of CATIA V5

    • Access the CATIA V5 workbench
    • Toolbars available in Part Design workbench

    Creation of base Sketch

    • Read the drawing
    • Create base sketch
    • Create Pad

    Sketch-Based Features

    • Model using Pocket, Stiffener and Mirror features

    Applying the Dress-up Features

    • Define Holes
    • Apply Edge Fillets

    Sketch-Based Features

    • Create Drafted Filleted Pad and MultiPad
    • Create Drafted Fileted Pocket and Multi Pocket
    • Create Holes and Threads
    • Create a Shaft and Groove
    • Create Stiffener and Solid combine

    Dress-Up Features

    • Create different types of Fillets like Edge Fillet, Variable Edge Fillet, Face-Face Fillet and Tritangent Fillet
    • Draft with different options
    • Create Chamfer

    Transformation Features

    • Use of Translation, Rotation, Symmetry and Axis to Axis
    • Creating different types of Pattern’s like Rectangular, Circular and User-defined pattern
    • Apply Scale and Affinity

    Design of Component-1

    • Introduction to GUI and the components
    • Launch Part Design workbench
    • Read the drawing and create the base Sketch
    • Create a fully constraint sketch
    • Create Pad, Edge Fillet, Shell, Reference Plane, Hole, Mirror, Countersunk Hole and Rectangle Pattern
    • Apply Material

    Design of Component-2

    • Create basic Sketch
    • Create Sketch Based Features
    • Apply Dress-Up Features
    • Create Pocket

    Design of Component-3

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Constrain the sketch
    • Perform Trim

    Design of Component-4

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Project 3D Element
    • Create Thread/Tap

    Design of Component-5

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Create Shaft

    Design of Component-6

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Create Reference Elements

    Design of Component-7

    • Read the drawing
    • Create Point, Line and Plane
    • Create Geometric set
    • Constrain the sketch with Reference Elements
    • Create Sketch Based and Dress-Up Features

    Design of Component-8

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Apply Relations using Formula
    • Create Value List
    • Create new Parameters

    Design of Component-9

    • Create Design Table
    • Select Parameters to insert
    • Create Excel sheet
    • Configuration of Parameters
    • Edit Design Table in Excel sheet
    • Generate Knowledge Report

    Design of Component-10

    • Concept of Boolean Operations
    • Create Basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Insert a new body using Boolean Operation–Assembly
    • Add Draft angle
    • Create Add and Remove operations
    • Give colour code to inserted sketches

    SIEMENS NX Part Design 

    Introduction to Part Design

    • About NX application
    • Launch the application
    • Understand the GUI
    • Learn the different options in Part Design

    Sketch-Based Features 

    • Open existing part files
    • Draw the profiles
    • Create Rectangle
    • Draw line and Reference line
    • Create arc
    • Draw the Circle
    • Insert Points
    • Create Studio Spline
    • Draw Polygon, Ellipse, and Conic
    • Insert Planes, Datum Axis and Coordinates

    Part-Based Features

    • Extrude sketch
    • Create Revolve body
    • Insert Hole
    • Create the Shell
    • Create Groove
    • Create Mirror Feature

    Design of Component-1

    • Understand the design of parts
    • Create the basic Sketch and Part feature
    • Insert Plane
    • Create the Hole
    • Apply the Shell
    • Mirror part features
    • Use of Blend

    SOLIDWORKS Part Design 

    Introduction to Part design

    • About SOLIDWORKS applications
    • Launch the application
    • Understand the GUI
    • Learn the functions of Feature Manager Design Tree

    Sketcher

    • Draw the Reference Line, Center Line, Normal and Mid-Point Line
    • Create Circles and Perimeter Circle
    • Create Rectangle and Polygon
    • Create Slots and Splines
    • Create Ellipse, Partial Ellipse, Parabola and Conic
    • Perform operations using Trim Entities
    • Use of Sketch Fillet and Sketch Chamfer
    • Explore the Offset Entities and Mirror Operations
    • Fully constrain the sketch using Smart Dimension

    Design of Components-1

    • Introduction to parts and their functions
    • Understand the Design of parts
    • Sketch the profile
    • Constrain and Revolve the profile
    • Create Pocket
    • Create the basic Sketch and Part feature
    • Create Slot Cut and Mirror the feature
    • Apply Fillet
    • Create Thread
    • Insert Annotation
    • Explore the Cosmetic Thread
    • Understand the methods of configuration

    Design of Components-2

    • Introduction to parts and their functions
    • Learn the applications of Parts
    • Define the working principle
    • List the advantages and disadvantages
    • Understand the design of parts
    • Create the basic Sketch and Part feature
    • Apply Shell
    • Create Plane and Convert entities
    • Create Extruded Cut

    PTC Creo Part Design 

    Introduction to Part Design

    • About Creo application
    • Launch the application
    • Understand the GUI
    • Customize the settings

    Basic Sketching Features 

    • Create Line, Rectangle, Circle, Arc
    • Create Ellipse and Spline Tool
    • Apply Fillet and Chamfer
    • Apply Constrain
    • Sketch a profile
    • Modify the profile
    • Editing the dimension
    • Insert Planes, Datum Axis and Coordinates

    Part-Based Features

    • Extrude sketch
    • Create Revolve body
    • Create Sweep
    • Apply Round, Chamfer, Shell
    • Create Pattern
    • Create Mirror Feature

    Design of Component

    • Understand sketch creation and part modeling
    • Create the basic Sketch and Part feature
    • Insert Plane
    • Create the Hole
    • Mirror part features
    • Mirror part
    • Use of Blend

    INVENTOR Part Design 

    Introduction to Part modeling

    • Single-body and Multi-body parts
    • Importance of Part design
    • Benefits of 3D modeling over 2D modeling
    • Important factors for Part modeling
    • Steps involved in designing a Part

    Introduction to Autodesk Inventor Application

    • User interface of Part modeling workbench
    • Navigation toolbar
    • View cube for setting up views
    • Introduction to Sketcher environment
    • Create, Modify, Dimension, Pattern and Constrain panels
    • Create Lines and Splines
    • Create Circle and Arc
    • Create Rectangle and Slot
    • Create Chamfer and Fillet
    • Add Text
    • Create single Point
    • Modify the profile using Move, Copy and Rotate
    • Trim, Scale and Mirror
    • Create a Sketch

    Design of Component-1

    • Constrain the Sketch
    • Extrude and Extrude cut
    • Coincide, Tangent, Symmetry, Horizontal and Vertical Constrains
    • Create Plane
    • Create Slots and Circular Cutout
    • Pattern commands

    Design of Component-2

    • Introduction to parts and their functions
    • Create basic part features of components
    • Assign Material
    • Convert Line to Axis
    • Project Geometry
    • Offset a plane and create a profile
    • Create Fillet

    Design of Component-3

    • Design a component using Revolve
    • Create basic part features
    • Create Chamfer
    • Create Loft

    Design of Component-4

    • Create basic part features 
    • Create a Draft
    • Create Holes

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R25, NX 12 , SOLIDWORKS 2019, Creo 7.0.3, Autodesk Inventor 2019.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 585 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 35

    Recommended Practice Hours: 43 Hrs


    MULTICAD Part Design Bundle


    Overview: Through this Multicad Part Design Bundle, the user will be able to learn part design in the following software.CATIA V5 SIEMENS NX SOLIDWORKS PTC Creo INVENTOR On completion of this course, user will be able to learn the following. Create basic and advance sketchCreate 3D modelsCreate Holes and ThreadsApply the dress-up featuresApply transformation features like mirror, symmetryApply Scale and AffinityConcept of Boolean OperationsCreate Design Table: 43 Hrs

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  • CATIA V5 Electrical Harness Design(C-MEC-V5CAT21-EI2-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 24 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Electrical Harness Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to:  

    • Understand the process and methods of Electrical Harness Design
    • Learn Electrical Library Installation
    • Convert Mechanical parts into Electrical parts
    • Create Electrical Assembly Design
    • Create 3D Routing for Electrical Harness Assembly

    Course Structure:  

    Introduction to Electrical Harness Design

    • Importance of Electrical Harness Design
    • Digital Mock-Up(DMU)
    • Electrical Harness Design work flow

    Electrical Part Design

    • Launch the workbench of Electrical Part Design
    • GUI of Electrical Part Design
    • Convert Mechanical Parts into Electrical Parts
    • Define Equipment and Cavity Connection point
    • Define Device Connector and Connector Connection point
    • Define Backshell and Bundle Connection point
    • Define Shell and Cavity Connection point
    • Create New Catalog and Catalog Chapters
    • Add Electrical component into Catalog

    Electrical Assembly Design

    • Launch workbench of Electrical Assembly Design
    • GUI of Electrical Assembly Design
    • Import Electrical component 
    • Assemble Electrical components

    Electrical Harness Design of Product-1

    • Launch workbench of Electrical Harness Installation
    • GUI of Electrical Harness Installation
    • Customize the settings
    • Create Geometrical Bundle
    • Route the Bundle Segment 
    • Definition of Bundle Segment
    • Add Branch Point
    • Analyze the Product with Harness Bundle Segment

    Electrical Harness Design of Product-2

    • Convert Mechanical Parts into Electrical Parts like Support and Connector
    • Place Support and Connector on the product from Catalog
    • Create the Electrical Harness Bundle Segment
    • Create Protective Covering
    • Add and Remove Support

    Electrical Harness Design of Product-3

    • Route the Bundle Segments through the Supports
    • Use the Arrange Bundle Segment tool to modify Clash
    • Manage Multiple Bundle Segment

    Electrical Harness Design of Product-4

    • Create Geometrical Bundle
    • Reference steps to practice the exercise

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer or Electrical Engineer and should have completed CATIA V5 Part Design-I, CATIA V5 Part Design-II and CATIAV5 Assembly Design courses. Knowledge of CATIA V5 DMU Space Analysis is an added advantage. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R25 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 70 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 6

    Recommended Practice Hours: 22 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Electrical Harness Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Electrical Harness Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the process and methods of Electrical Harness DesignLearn Electrical Library InstallationConvert Mechanical parts into Electrical partsCreate Electrical Assembly DesignCreate 3D Routing for Electrical Harness Assembly : 22 Hrs

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  • CATIA V5 Part Design-I(C-MEC-V5CAT20-PDG-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 20 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Part Design. On completion of this course, the user will be able to: 

    • Create 3D models in CATIA V5 Part Design
    • Understand the various options of Sketch-Based Features
    • Create Dress-up Features and Translation Features
    • Use Reference Elements

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to CATIA

    Introduction to Sketch

    • Basic steps involved in Sketch creation
    • Draw a sketch using the Profile toolbar

    Profile Toolbar

    • Draw predefined profiles like Rectangle, Parallelogram and Elongated Hole
    • Create Center and Radius Circle, Three-Point Circle and Circle with Coordinates
    • Create Three-Point Arc, Arc with Radius and Distance and Spline 
    • Conic tools-Ellipse, Parabola and Hyperbola
    • Line commands-Two-Point Line, Axis and Infinite Line
    • Point commands-Point with Coordinates

    Constraint and Operations Toolbar

    • Constrain a sketch
    • Constraints Defined in Dialog Box
    • Create Corner and Chamfer 
    • Trim, Quick Trim and Mirror

    View Toolbar and Sketch Tools

    • Sketch Tools like Grid and Construction Line
    • Geometrical constraints and Dimensional constraints
    • Fit All In and Recentre
    • Pan, Rotate, Zoom In/Out and Multi-View

    Create a Sketch

    • Draw a basic sketch

    Graphical User Interface of CATIA V5

    • Access the CATIA V5 workbench
    • Toolbars available in Part Design workbench

    Creation of base Sketch

    • Read the drawing
    • Create base sketch
    • Create Pad

    Sketch-Based Features

    • Model using Pocket, Stiffener and Mirror features

    Applying the Dress-up Features

    • Define Holes
    • Apply Edge Fillets

    Sketch-Based Features

    • Create Drafted Filleted Pad and MultiPad
    • Create Drafted Fileted Pocket and Multi Pocket
    • Create Holes and Threads
    • Create a Shaft and Groove
    • Create Stiffener and Solid combine

    Dress-Up Features

    • Create different types of Fillets like Edge Fillet, Variable Edge Fillet, Face-Face Fillet and Tritangent Fillet
    • Draft with different options
    • Create Chamfer

    Transformation Features

    • Use of Translation, Rotation, Symmetry and Axis to Axis
    • Creating different types of Pattern’s like Rectangular, Circular and User-defined pattern
    • Apply Scale and Affinity

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R21 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 215 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 23

    Recommended Practice Hours: 12 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Part Design-I


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Part Design. On completion of this course, the user will be able to: Create 3D models in CATIA V5 Part DesignUnderstand the various options of Sketch-Based FeaturesCreate Dress-up Features and Translation FeaturesUse Reference Elements: 12 Hrs

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    4.9
    (4352)

    20 Hrs $80
  • 3DEXPERIENCE CATIA Part Design(C-MEC-EXCAT18X-PDG-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 16 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn 3DEXPERIENCE CATIA Part Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to:  

    • Navigate and Share the data in 3DEXPERIENCE Platform
    • Manage the dashboard in the collaborative platform
    • Understand the GUI of the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform
    • Connect to various 3D Modeling apps of 3DEXPERIENCE platform
    • Create 3D model using CATIA Part Design app
    • Understand the various tools of Sketcher app
    • Understand the Sketch Based Features
    • Understand Dress-up Features

    Course Structure:  

    Gateway to 3DEXPERIENCE Platform

    • Login to 3DEXPERIENCE Platform
    • Manage My First Dashboard in the collaborative platform
    • Understand about 3DCompass
    • Explore 3DEXPERIENCE Roles and Apps
    • Launch the Native app
    • Import the parts
    • Save and Share the content

    Sketcher

    • Basic steps involved in Sketch creation
    • Draw a sketch using Profile toolbar
    • Draw pre-defined entities like Line, Tangent Arc and Three Point Arc
    • Create Rectangle, Centered Rectangle  Oriented Rectangle, Parallelogram and Polygon
    • Create Lines, Bi-Tangent Line, Bisecting Line, Line normal to Curve and Axis
    • Create Points, Points using coordinates, Equidistant points and Intersection points
    • Create Splines, Parabola by Focus and Hyperbola by Focus
    • Create Elongated Hole, Cylindrical Elongated Hole and Key hole Profile
    • Fully constrain a sketch using Geometrical constraints and Dimensional constraints and Constraints Defined in Dialog Box
    • Perform Quick trim, Trim and Break
    • Create Corner, Chamfer and Construction Lines
    • Fit All In, Re-centre, Pan, Rotate, Zoom In/Out and Grid
    • Iso, Shading and Multi-View
    • Draw a basic sketch

    Design of Component-1

    • Create basic sketch in Sketcher
    • Create Pad, Pocket, Stiffener, Reference Elements, Mirror, Hole and Edge Fillet
    • Read a drawing
    • Create basic Sketch and Part Feature

    Introduction to 3DEXPERIENCE Part Design

    Design of Component-2

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Create a Shell

    Design of Component-3

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Create Countersunk hole
    • Apply Material to the component

    Design of Component-4

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features

    Design of Component-5

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Create a Shaft
    • Create a Thread/Tap

    Design of Component-6

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Project 3D Element

    Import and Export

    • Select the format
    • Select the Assembly in 3DXML Format
    • Check the Report
    • Export data to CATIA V5

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is 3DEXPERIENCE 2018x and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 90 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 8

    Recommended Practice Hours: 13 Hrs


    3DEXPERIENCE CATIA Part Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn 3DEXPERIENCE CATIA Part Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Navigate and Share the data in 3DEXPERIENCE PlatformManage the dashboard in the collaborative platformUnderstand the GUI of the 3DEXPERIENCE PlatformConnect to various 3D Modeling apps of 3DEXPERIENCE platformCreate 3D model using CATIA Part Design appUnderstand the various tools of Sketcher appUnderstand the Sketch Based FeaturesUnderstand Dress-up Features: 13 Hrs

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    4.8
    (754)

    16 Hrs $200
  • SIEMENS NX Part Design (C-MEC-NANX12-PDG-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 6 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Siemens NX Part Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to:  

    • Understand the GUI of NX
    • Learn Sketch-Based Features
    • Understand the tools of sketcher workbench
    • Create 3D models in the NX Part design
    • Apply the Dress Up Features

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Part Design

    • About NX application
    • Launch the application
    • Understand the GUI
    • Learn the different options in Part Design

    Sketch-Based Features 

    • Open existing part files
    • Draw the profiles
    • Create Rectangle
    • Draw line and Reference line
    • Create arc
    • Draw the Circle
    • Insert Points
    • Create Studio Spline
    • Draw Polygon, Ellipse, and Conic
    • Insert Planes, Datum Axis and Coordinates

    Part-Based Features

    • Extrude sketch
    • Create Revolve body
    • Insert Hole
    • Create the Shell
    • Create Groove
    • Create Mirror Feature

    Design of Component-1

    • Understand the design of parts
    • Create the basic Sketch and Part feature
    • Insert Plane
    • Create the Hole
    • Apply the Shell
    • Mirror part features
    • Use of Blend

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is NX 12 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 68 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 4

    Recommended Practice Hours: 4 Hrs


    SIEMENS NX Part Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Siemens NX Part Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI of NX Learn Sketch-Based FeaturesUnderstand the tools of sketcher workbenchCreate 3D models in the NX Part designApply the Dress Up Features: 4 Hrs

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    4.9
    (280)

    6 Hrs $80
  • PTC Creo Part Design (C-MEC-NACRE07-PDG-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 8 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn PTC Creo Part Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to:  

    • Understand the GUI of Creo Part Design
    • Understand the general configurations
    • Learn the Sketcher Tools
    • Create 3D models
    • Use of Editing and Engineering Tools

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Part Design

    • About Creo application
    • Launch the application
    • Understand the GUI
    • Customize the settings

    Basic Sketching Features 

    • Create Line, Rectangle, Circle, Arc
    • Create Ellipse and Spline Tool
    • Apply Fillet and Chamfer
    • Apply Constrain
    • Sketch a profile
    • Modify the profile
    • Editing the dimension
    • Insert Planes, Datum Axis and Coordinates

    Part-Based Features

    • Extrude sketch
    • Create Revolve body
    • Create Sweep
    • Apply Round, Chamfer, Shell
    • Create Pattern
    • Create Mirror Feature

    Design of Component

    • Understand sketch creation and part modeling
    • Create the basic Sketch and Part feature
    • Insert Plane
    • Create the Hole
    • Mirror part features
    • Mirror part
    • Use of Blend

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is 7.0.3 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction-based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 110 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 4

    Recommended Practice Hours: 5 Hrs


    PTC Creo Part Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn PTC Creo Part Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI of Creo Part Design Understand the general configurationsLearn the Sketcher ToolsCreate 3D modelsUse of Editing and Engineering Tools: 5 Hrs

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    4.1
    (67)

    8 Hrs $80
  • SOLIDWORKS Part Design(C-MEC-NASWR19-PDG-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 16 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS Part Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Understand the GUI of SOLIDWORKS application
    • Create 3D models in the SOLIDWORKS Part design
    • Understand the tools of Sketcher workbench
    • Learn Sketch Based Features
    • Create configuration at part level
    • Create the parts using Boolean operations

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Part design

    • About SOLIDWORKS applications
    • Launch the application
    • Understand the GUI
    • Learn the functions of Feature Manager Design Tree

    Sketcher

    • Draw the Reference Line, Center Line, Normal and Mid-Point Line
    • Create Circles and Perimeter Circle
    • Create Rectangle and Polygon
    • Create Slots and Splines
    • Create Ellipse, Partial Ellipse, Parabola and Conic
    • Perform operations using Trim Entities
    • Use of Sketch Fillet and Sketch Chamfer
    • Explore the Offset Entities and Mirror Operations
    • Fully constrain the sketch using Smart Dimension

    Design of Components-1

    • Introduction to parts and their functions
    • Understand the Design of parts
    • Sketch the profile
    • Constrain and Revolve the profile
    • Create Pocket
    • Create the basic Sketch and Part feature
    • Create Slot Cut and Mirror the feature
    • Apply Fillet
    • Create Thread
    • Insert Annotation
    • Explore the Cosmetic Thread
    • Understand the methods of configuration

    Design of Components-2

    • Introduction to parts and their functions
    • Learn the applications of Parts
    • Define the working principle
    • List the advantages and disadvantages
    • Understand the design of parts
    • Create the basic Sketch and Part feature
    • Apply Shell
    • Create Plane and Convert entities
    • Create Extruded Cut

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is SOLIDWORKS 2019 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 125 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 2

    Recommended Practice Hours: 13 Hrs


    SOLIDWORKS Part Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn SOLIDWORKS Part Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI of SOLIDWORKS applicationCreate 3D models in the SOLIDWORKS Part designUnderstand the tools of Sketcher workbenchLearn Sketch Based FeaturesCreate configuration at part levelCreate the parts using Boolean operations: 13 Hrs

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    4.8
    (1875)

    16 Hrs $75
  • CATIA V5 Part Design-II(C-MEC-V5CAT20-PDG-ENL2)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 8 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn the advanced tools in CATIA V5 Part Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Understand various options of Sketcher workbench
    • Create 3D models in Part Design workbench
    • Create Sketch-Based Solid features
    • Generate Dress-up features
    • Generate Translation features
    • Understand the use of Reference Elements like 3D Points, Planes, Lines and Splines
    • Generate Relations and Parameters
    • Create a Design Table
    • Apply Boolean Operations

    Course Structure: 

    Design of Component-1

    • Introduction to GUI and the components
    • Launch Part Design workbench
    • Read the drawing and create the base Sketch
    • Create a fully constraint sketch
    • Create Pad, Edge Fillet, Shell, Reference Plane, Hole, Mirror, Countersunk Hole and Rectangle Pattern
    • Apply Material

    Design of Component-2

    • Create basic Sketch
    • Create Sketch Based Features
    • Apply Dress-Up Features
    • Create Pocket

    Design of Component-3

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Constrain the sketch
    • Perform Trim

    Design of Component-4

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Project 3D Element
    • Create Thread/Tap

    Design of Component-5

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Create Shaft

    Design of Component-6

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Create Reference Elements

    Design of Component-7

    • Read the drawing
    • Create Point, Line and Plane
    • Create Geometric set
    • Constrain the sketch with Reference Elements
    • Create Sketch Based and Dress-Up Features

    Design of Component-8

    • Create basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Apply Relations using Formula
    • Create Value List
    • Create new Parameters

    Design of Component-9

    • Create Design Table
    • Select Parameters to insert
    • Create Excel sheet
    • Configuration of Parameters
    • Edit Design Table in Excel sheet
    • Generate Knowledge Report

    Design of Component-10

    • Concept of Boolean Operations
    • Create Basic Sketch and Part Features
    • Insert a new body using Boolean Operation–Assembly
    • Add Draft angle
    • Create Add and Remove operations
    • Give colour code to inserted sketches

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed CATIA V5 Part Design-I course. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R21 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 72 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 10

    Recommended Practice Hours: 6 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Part Design-II


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn the advanced tools in CATIA V5 Part Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand various options of Sketcher workbenchCreate 3D models in Part Design workbenchCreate Sketch-Based Solid featuresGenerate Dress-up featuresGenerate Translation featuresUnderstand the use of Reference Elements like 3D Points, Planes, Lines and SplinesGenerate Relations and ParametersCreate a Design TableApply Boolean Operations: 6 Hrs

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    4.8
    (3421)

    8 Hrs $55
  • CATIA V5 Assembly Design(C-MEC-V5CAT21-ASM-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 8 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Assembly Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Learn the approaches of Assembly Design
    • Assemble the components by positioning them using assembly Constraints
    • Understand the use of Contextual Design
    • Assemble components using Publications
    • Analyze the Product
    • Generate Bill of Materials(BOM)

    Course Structure: 

    Assembly Design-1

    • Introduction to Assembly Design
    • Approaches of Assembly Design
    • Launch the Assembly Design workbench
    • Insert Existing Components
    • Apply Engineering Constraints like Coincidence, Contact and Offset
    • Analyze Interferences between parts
    • Generate BOM

    Assembly Design-2

    • Insert Existing Components with positioning
    • Use of Manipulation Part tool
    • Apply basics Constraints

    Assembly Design-3

    • Customize the settings
    • Reference elements for Contextual Design
    • Insert a new part
    • Link the sketch with Parent
    • Understand the concept and importance of Contextual Design

    Assembly Design-4

    • Introduction to Publications
    • Customize the settings to use Publications
    • Apply Constraints using Publications
    • Understand the concept and importance of Publications

    Additional Practice Yourself

    • Create Enhanced Scene
    • Generate exploded view
    • Generate Numbers or Letters
    • Generate Bill of Material
    • BOM and Balloon representation in Drawing

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed CATIA V5 Part Design-I, CATIA V5 Part Design-II and CATIA V5 Drafting courses. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R21 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 54 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 5

    Recommended Practice Hours: 6 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Assembly Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Assembly Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Learn the approaches of Assembly DesignAssemble the components by positioning them using assembly ConstraintsUnderstand the use of Contextual DesignAssemble components using PublicationsAnalyze the ProductGenerate Bill of Materials(BOM) : 6 Hrs

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    4.9
    (2343)

    8 Hrs $80

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