• Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle – Autodesk(EL-MDE-CAD-ACAD)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 84 Hrs

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

    • AutoCAD 3D Modelling
    • Autodesk Inventor Part Design
    • Autodesk Inventor Assembly Design
    • Autodesk Inventor Drafting
    • Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design
    • Autodesk Inventor Model Based Definition

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

    • Navigate to AutoCAD 3D Interface, work on various options to create different models
    • Create 3D models in Inventor Part Design workbench and understand Sketcher workbench
    • About Assembly Approaches, apply basic Constraints and create Relationships
    • Create different views and generate various Dimension methods
    • Understand the settings of Sheet Metal Defaults, Create and Modify 3D models
    • Define various GD&T option, publishing GD&T and Annotation into 3D PDF

    Course Structure: 

    AutoCAD 3D Modelling

    • About the GUI of AutoCAD 3D
    • Explore different Views of object and Change Views and Visual Styles
    • Navigate to AutoCAD 3D
    • Absolute and Dynamic Coordinate System
    • Use of Draw and Boolean and Polar Ray command
    • Use of Extrude, Fillet and Press pull commands
    • Work on various options of Solid Modelling and 3D Surface Modelling
    • Edit and create different Views
    • Project and place different Views of model
    • Add Annotations and Dimensions
    • Import Template to create 2D views

    Autodesk Inventor Part Design

    • Importance of Part design and benefits of 3D modelling over 2D modelling
    • Create 3D models in Inventor Part Design workbench
    • Understand the Sketcher workbench and create sketch using various commands
    • Constrain Sketch by using commands Coincide, Tangent, Symmetry, Horizontal and Vertical Constrains
    • Understand the Sketch-Based Features like Extrude, Revolve and Loft
    • Create Dress-up Features like Draft, Fillet and Chamfer
    • Modify the profile using Move, Copy and Rotate
    • Create new Work Planes and Reference Elements using Project Geometry
    • Create Pattern

    Autodesk Inventor Assembly Design

    • Introduction to Assembly, general principles and types of Assembly
    • Create Assembly Design Constraints
    • Understand various Assembly Constraints like Mate, Flush, Angle, Insert and Mirror
    • Create Relationship like Rotary Motion and Transitional Motion
    • Top Down Assembly approach and Bottom Up Assembly approach
    • Create Drive to validate assembly
    • Create Bill of Materials and extract BOM into Drafting

    Autodesk Inventor Drafting

    • About Drafting and types of Drafting
    • First and Third Angle Projection
    • Drafting Sheet Standards and different types of Views
    • Create new Title block and edit Title Block
    • About commands under Place Views and Annotate panel
    • Create different Views like Auxiliary View, Section View, Detail View and Break View
    • Apply various Dimension Methods like Baseline, Ordinate and Chain Dimensions
    • Create Geometrical Dimensions and Tolerance and Retrieve model Annotation
    • Generate Bill of Material(BOM)
    • Basics applications of GD&T

    Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design

    • Applications of Sheet Metal Design and Terminology involved in Sheet Metal Design
    • Sheet Metal Design processes and Bend Allowances
    • GUI of Sheet Metal workbench and set up primary Sheet Metal rules
    • Create 3D models in Inventor Sheet Metal Design workbench
    • Create Face, Flange, Contour Flange, Contour Roll, Lofted Flange and Hem
    • Fold, Unfold, Refold and Bend operations
    • Create Hole, Corner Round and Corner Chamfer
    • Create Sheet Metal components
    • Generate Folded and Unfolded Views

    Autodesk Inventor Model Based Definition

    • Define various GD&T options
    • About GD&T and its applications
    • Details about Form Tolerance, Profile Tolerance, Orientation Tolerance and Location Tolerance
    • General Annotations and Basic and Reference Dimension
    • Create Dimension Tolerance and Surface Texture
    • Annotate directly on 3D parts and products
    • Create Datum and capture Annotations
    • Create Geometrical Dimensions using Tolerance feature
    • Publish GD&T and Annotation into 3D PDF
    • Align the Dimensions
    • Publish created MBD into 3D PDF

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer. The recommended version for practice exercises is Autodesk Inventor 2020 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 500 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 20

    Recommended Practice Hours: 68 Hrs


    Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle – Autodesk(EL-MDE-CAD-ACAD)


    Overview: Through this Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:AutoCAD 3D ModellingAutodesk Inventor Part DesignAutodesk Inventor Assembly DesignAutodesk Inventor DraftingAutodesk Inventor Sheet Metal DesignAutodesk Inventor Model Based DefinitionOn completion of this course, user will be able to: Navigate to AutoCAD 3D Interface, work on various options to create different modelsCreate 3D models in Inventor Part Design workbench and understand Sketcher workbenchAbout Assembly Approaches, apply basic Constraints and create RelationshipsCreate different views and generate various Dimension methodsUnderstand the settings of Sheet Metal Defaults, Create and Modify 3D modelsDefine various GD&T option, publishing GD&T and Annotation into 3D PDF: 68 Hrs

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    84 Hrs $350
  • Autodesk Inventor Part Design(C-MEC-NAINV19-PDG-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 16 Hrs

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

    • Create 3D models in Inventor Part Design workbench
    • Understand the Sketcher workbench
    • Understand the Sketch-Based Features like Extrude, Revolve and Loft
    • Create Dress-up Features like Draft, Fillet and Chamfer
    • Create the new Work Planes and Reference Elements using Project Geometry
    • Create Pattern

    Course Structure:  

    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 a Circle and an Arc
    • Create Rectangle and Slot
    • Create Chamfer and Fillet
    • Add Text
    • Create a 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 a 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 Inventor 2020 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: 6

    Recommended Practice Hours: 13 Hrs


    Autodesk Inventor Part Design(C-MEC-NAINV19-PDG-ENL1)


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Part Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Create 3D models in Inventor Part Design workbenchUnderstand the Sketcher workbenchUnderstand the Sketch-Based Features like Extrude, Revolve and LoftCreate Dress-up Features like Draft, Fillet and ChamferCreate the new Work Planes and Reference Elements using Project GeometryCreate Pattern : 13 Hrs

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    16 Hrs $60
  • Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design(C-MEC-NAINV19-SMD-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 12 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Create 3D models in Inventor Sheet Metal Design workbench
    • Set Sheet Metal Defaults
    • Create and Modify panels
    • Create Sheet Metal components
    • Generate Folded and Unfolded Views

    Course Structure:  

    Introduction to Sheet Metal Design

    • Applications of Sheet Metal Design
    • Terminology involved in Sheet Metal Design
    • Sheet Metal Design processes
    • Bend Allowances

    GUI of Sheet Metal

    • Launch the Sheet Metal workbench
    • GUI of Sheet Metal workbench
    • Set up primary Sheet Metal rules
    • Create New rules
    • Create Face, Flange, Contour Flange, Contour Roll and Lofted Flange
    • Create Hem
    • Fold, Unfold, Refold and Bend operations
    • Remove material using Cut
    • Corner Seam
    • Punch Tool
    • Create Hole, Corner Round and Corner Chamfer
    • Go to Flat Pattern, Bend Order Annotation and Go to Folded Pattern

    Create Moderate Sheet

    • Create a basic geometry of component
    • Create the Axis
    • Create the Flanges to the required length and angle
    • Create gap between Flanges using Rip tool
    • Create outer Hem
    • Project Geometry
    • Create a Slot in a Bend
    • Bend Order Annotation to know the order of Bending

    Create Sheet Metal component

    • Set the basic parameters
    • Refer dimensional details in the given drawing
    • Draw required geometry
    • Create Sheet Metal design
    • Create Key Hole Punch
    • Create lock using Flange and Hem
    • Create Round Emboss
    • Modify the design

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed Autodesk Inventor Part design course. The recommended version for practice exercises is Inventor 2020 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity : 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 85 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 2

    Recommended Practice Hours: 9 Hrs


    Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design(C-MEC-NAINV19-SMD-ENL1)


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Create 3D models in Inventor Sheet Metal Design workbenchSet Sheet Metal DefaultsCreate and Modify panelsCreate Sheet Metal components Generate Folded and Unfolded Views: 9 Hrs

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  • Autodesk Inventor Assembly Design(C-MEC-NA19-ASM-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 16 Hrs

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

    • Create Assembly Design Constraints
    • Understand various Assembly Constraints like Mate, Flush, Angle, Insert and Mirror
    • Create Relationship like Rotary Motion and Transitional Motion
    • Generate Bill of Materials

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Assembly

    • About Assembly
    • General principles and types of Assembly
    • Design of Assembly
    • Process flow of Design for Assembly(DFA)
    • Stages involved in product development

    Introduction to Constraints

    • Different types of Constraints in Assembly
    • Place component into Assembly
    • Use of Mate, Flush and Insert Constraint
    • Angle, Tangent and Symmetry Constraints

    Rotational Constraints

    • Constrain by using Plane to Plane and Axis to Axis
    • Create Rotary Relationship
    • Create Translation Relationship
    • Create Drive between Gears

    Transitional Constraints

    • Convert Rotary into Transitional Motion

    Top-Down Approach

    • Top Down Assembly approach
    • Create part in Assembly workbench
    • Create Bolted Connection

    Assembly of Product-1

    • Bottom Up Assembly approach
    • Assemble component by using Constraints
    • Create Angle Constraint
    • Create Rotation Relationship
    • Insert components from Content Center
    • Insert parts
    • Create Drive to validate assembly

    Assembly of Product-2

    • Understand different parts of assembly and it's functions
    • Exploded View of assembly
    • Insert parts
    • Free Rotate and Free Move
    • Adjust position by giving Offset
    • Place Subassemblies
    • Create Tangent Relationship
    • Create Transition Relationship
    • Verify created Relationship

    Bill of Material

    • Create Bill of Materials
    • Add Engineering Note to BOM
    • Extract BOM into Drafting

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed Autodesk Inventor Part design course. The recommended version for practice exercises is Inventor 2020 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 105 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 6

    Recommended Practice Hours: 13 Hrs


    Autodesk Inventor Assembly Design(C-MEC-NA19-ASM-ENL1)


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Assembly Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Create Assembly Design ConstraintsUnderstand various Assembly Constraints like Mate, Flush, Angle, Insert and MirrorCreate Relationship like Rotary Motion and Transitional MotionGenerate Bill of Materials: 13 Hrs

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    16 Hrs $50
  • Autodesk Inventor Drafting(C-MEC-NAINV19-DWG-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 8 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Drafting. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Create different Views
    • Apply various Dimension Methods
    • Create Section Views
    • Create Drawing Template
    • Generate Bill of Materials(BOM)
    • Basics applications of GD&T

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Drafting

    • About Drafting
    • Types of Drafting
    • Drafting Sheet Standards
    • First and Third Angle Projection
    • Different types of Views

    Creation of Drafting

    • About commands under Place Views and Annotate panel
    • Edit Drawing Sheet
    • Different size and format of Drawing Sheet
    • Edit Border
    • Add and edit Title Block
    • Create New Title block
    • Create and edit View
    • Project different Views
    • Create Auxiliary View, Section View, Detail View and Break View
    • Use of Draft command to add additional details to view
    • Crete Break Out View and Slice View
    • Create Annotations
    • Types of Tolerance methods
    • Create Baseline, Ordinate and Chain Dimensions
    • Arrange created Dimension
    • Create general Note
    • Create Geometrical Dimensions and Tolerance
    • Retrieve model Annotation
    • Create and edit Part List
    • Create Balloons and Bill of Materials

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed Autodesk Inventor Part design course. The recommended version for practice exercises is Inventor 2020 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 60 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 1

    Recommended Practice Hours: 6 Hrs


    Autodesk Inventor Drafting(C-MEC-NAINV19-DWG-ENL1)


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Drafting. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Create different ViewsApply various Dimension MethodsCreate Section ViewsCreate Drawing TemplateGenerate Bill of Materials(BOM) Basics applications of GD&T: 6 Hrs

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    8 Hrs $50
  • Autodesk Inventor Model Based Definition(C-MEC-NAINV19-MBD-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 8 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Model Based Definition(MBD). On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Define various GD&T options
    • Understand to annotate directly on 3D parts and products
    • Create various Annotation methods
    • Create Datum and capturing Annotations
    • Publish GD&T and Annotation into 3D PDF

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to GD&T

    • About GD&T
    • Advantages of GD&T
    • Types of GD&T
    • Details about Form Tolerance, Profile Tolerance, Orientation Tolerance and Location Tolerance
    • Run-out and Total Run-out

    Introduction to MBD

    • About MBD
    • GUI of MBD
    • General Annotations
    • Create Linear Dimension
    • About Basic and Reference Dimension
    • Create Dimension Tolerance
    • About Surface Texture
    • Setting Annotations Standard
    • Define Datum and it's principles
    • About Tolerance Advisor
    • Create Geometrical Dimensions
    • Capture GD&T and Annotate different Views
    • Align the Dimensions
    • Publish created MBD into 3D PDF

    MBD of Component

    • Create basic Annotations
    • Create basic Tolerance Dimensions
    • Create Geometrical Dimensions using Tolerance feature
    • Capture Annotations in different Views

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed Autodesk Inventor Part design course. The recommended version for practice exercises is Inventor 2020 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: 3

    Recommended Practice Hours: 6 Hrs


    Autodesk Inventor Model Based Definition(C-MEC-NAINV19-MBD-ENL1)


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Model Based Definition(MBD). On completion of this course, user will be able to: Define various GD&T optionsUnderstand to annotate directly on 3D parts and productsCreate various Annotation methodsCreate Datum and capturing AnnotationsPublish GD&T and Annotation into 3D PDF: 6 Hrs

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    8 Hrs $80
  • Autodesk Inventor Surface Design(C-MEC-NAINV19-SUR-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 8 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Surface Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Understand the GUI of Surface environment
    • Create the Wireframe by using Points, Lines and Splines
    • Generate Surface
    • Modify Surface
    • Convert Surface to Solid

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Surfacing

    • 3D Modeling Methods
    • Wireframe Modeling
    • Types of surface
    • Importance of Surface Modeling
    • Applications and Advantage of Surface Modeling
    • Difference between Surface and Solid Modeling

    Surface Design of Component-1

    • GUI of Surface Modeling
    • Create Revolve and Loft surface
    • Use of Trim command
    • Create Sculpt Feature
    • Generate Extended Surface
    • Modify surface
    • Use of Repair Bodies

    Surface Design of Component-2

    • Create wireframes
    • Create a Sweep Profile and Extrude Surface
    • Create a Side Cutout, Ruled and Split Surface
    • Add Thickness to Surface
    • Create Profile on Curved Surface
    • Create Boundary Patch and Stitch Surface

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed Autodesk Inventor Part design Course. The recommended version for practical exercises is Autodesk Inventor 2020 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 62 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 5

    Recommended Practice Hours: 5 Hrs


    Autodesk Inventor Surface Design(C-MEC-NAINV19-SUR-ENL1)


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Surface Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI of Surface environmentCreate the Wireframe by using Points, Lines and SplinesGenerate SurfaceModify SurfaceConvert Surface to Solid: 5 Hrs

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    8 Hrs $60

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