• Revit Structure(C-CIV-NARIV18-STR-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 20 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Revit Structure. On Completion of this course, user will be able to: 

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

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction

    • Brief introduction on Revit structure
    • Create and edit Levels in project file
    • Create and edit Grid lines in project file

    Creating structural elements

    • Load Column types into project file
    • Create Column types to required dimension
    • Place Columns on Grid Lines
    • Load Beam types into project file
    • Draw Beams on Grid lines
    • Add and edit Floor Slab in model

    Foundations

    • Load Foundation types into project file
    • Edit Foundation Dimensions
    • Add Isolated Foundations for Columns
    • Add and modify Wall Foundations
    • Add and modify Slab Foundations

    Adding Reinforcement

    • Add and edit Cover 
    • Add Longitudinal Rebar and Stirrups to Column
    • Add Cover, Rebar and Stirrups to Beam
    • Add Reinforcement to Walls with or without openings
    • Add Reinforcement to Slab
    • Modify spacing and diameter of Rebar

    Detailing and Schedules

    • Add Reinforcement to Footing model
    • Annotate Rebar
    • Edit tags added to Rebar
    • Create Schedule of Rebar

    Importing AutoCAD file

    • Settings involved in importing CAD file
    • Import CAD drawing into Revit project file
    • Create Gridlines, Columns and Beams using CAD drawing as reference

    Truss

    • Load Trusses into project file
    • Draw Trusses
    • Edit Truss properties
    • Apply coping to Truss members

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Civil Engineer and should have completed Revit Architecture Essentials course. The recommended version for 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: 80 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 7

    Recommended Practice Hours: 18 Hrs


    Revit Structure


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Revit Structure. On Completion of this course, user will be able to: Create Levels, Grids lines, Columns, Beams, Footings, Floor slabs and other structural elementsAdd Reinforcement to Structural ElementsAbout Detailing and creating Schedules for the modelsImport AutoCAD files to Revit project files: 18 Hrs

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    20 Hrs $120
  • Revit MEP Essentials(C-CIV-NARIV18-MEP-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 16 Hrs

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

    • 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

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction

    • Concept of BIM
    • About Revit MEP application
    • Explore complexity in designing MEP systems in multistory building
    • GUI of Revit MEP
    • Create and edit Spaces
    • Add and edit Color Fill Plans for Spaces
    • Create and edit Zones
    • Create new Spaces within Zone

    HVAC Systems

    • About HVAC systems
    • Link Revit model to Mechanical Template
    • Place HVAC components in model
    • Create and edit Supply and Return Air Duct Systems
    • Learn to generate layout for Air Duct Systems both automatically and manually
    • Resize Ducts
    • Generate report on Heating and Cooling Loads

    Hydronic Piping Systems

    • About Hydronic Piping Systems
    • Load components into project file
    • Place components in model
    • Create and edit Piping System
    • Generate layout for Piping System
    • Edit Piping System manually

    Electrical Systems

    • Load and place Electrical components in model
    • Create and edit Power Systems
    • Automatic and Manual creation of Wiring Circuit
    • Create Switch Systems for lighting fixtures
    • Create and edit Panel Schedule
    • Annotate Electrical components
    • Draw Conduits in model
    • Create Parallel Conduits
    • Draw path for Cable Tray

    Plumbing

    • Load and place required Plumbing fixtures
    • Create and edit Water Piping Systems
    • Generate layout for Piping System automatically
    • Create Water Piping System manually

    Fire Protection System

    • Place Sprinklers in ceiling plan
    • Create and edit Piping System
    • Generate layout for Piping System to create wet fire protection system

    Documentation

    • Load Sheet to project file
    • Edit information available on Sheet
    • Place and edit Views on Sheet
    • Create and edit Sheet list
    • Explore Print setup options

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Civil Engineer and should have completed Revit Architecture Essentials course. The recommended version for 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: 126 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 10

    Recommended Practice Hours: 12 Hrs


    Revit MEP Essentials


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Revit MEP. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI of Revit MEPCreate Spaces and ZonesLearn to create HVAC SystemsGenerate Heating and Cooling Load Calculation ReportCreate Hydronic Piping SystemCreate Electrical Systems and Electrical Panel SchedulesCreate Plumbing and Fire Protection SystemCreate Documentation: 12 Hrs

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    16 Hrs $100
  • 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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    8 Hrs $55
  • CATIA V5 Sheet Metal Design(C-MEC-V5CAT21-SMD-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 12 Hrs

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

    • Understand the Sheet Metal parameter settings
    • Create Wall, Cut Out, Hole, Hem, Tear, Drop and Hopper
    • Understand types of Flanges and Stamping
    • Create Punch and Die
    • Understand the use of Unfolded and Folded Views
    • Generate DXF file and Manufacturing Detail Drawing

    Course Structure:  

    Bracket Support- 1

    • Introduction to Sheet Metal
    • Enter into Generative Sheet Metal Design workbench
    • GUI of Sheet Metal Design workbench
    • Define the Sheet Metal parameters
    • Create Extrusion, Wall, Wall on Edge with Bend
    • Create Cylindrical Bend, Hole and Flanged Hole
    • Generate the Cut Out and Hem

    Cover- 2

    • Create basic sheet metal features
    • Define Circular Stamp, User Stamp, Hole and Mirror
    • Create Free form surface, Bend from Flat and Dowel
    • Define Flanged on Curved edge
    • Create Hem, Tear, Hopper and Rolled wall
    • Generate DXF File and Use of View management
    • Modify the Sheet Metal Design
    • Generate Manufacturing Detail Drawing

    Bracket- 3

    • Create basic Sheet Metal features
    • Define Extrusion, Wall on Edge with Bend
    • Create Stiffening Rib and Corner
    • Modify the feature

    Stapler Magazine- 4

    • Create basic Sheet Metal features
    • Create Extrusion, Circular Pattern and Cylindrical Bend
    • Modify the feature

    Door Hinge- 5

    • Create Extrusion, Wall, Cut Out, Hole, User-defined Flange and Rectangular Pattern
    • Create Countersunk Hole and Corner
    • Generate the Unfolded View

    Hinge Bracket- 6

    • Create basic Sheet Metal features
    • Create Flange, Hole and Circular Cut Out
    • Generate User Defined Stamp and Circular Stamp

    Sheet Metal Support- 7

    • Create User flange and Bend from Flat
    • Define Tear Drop and Curve Stamp

    Punch and Die- 8

    • Create Punch and Die
    • Define Hopper and Rolled walls

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed CATIA V5 Part Design-I and CATIA V5 Part Design-II 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: 135 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 8

    Recommended Practice Hours: 8 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Sheet Metal Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Sheet Metal Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the Sheet Metal parameter settingsCreate Wall, Cut Out, Hole, Hem, Tear, Drop and HopperUnderstand types of Flanges and StampingCreate Punch and DieUnderstand the use of Unfolded and Folded ViewsGenerate DXF file and Manufacturing Detail Drawing: 8 Hrs

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    12 Hrs $165
  • CATIA V5 Advance Surface Design

    Recommended Learning Duration: 12 Hrs

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

    • Create Geometrical Set and Ordered Geometrical Set
    • Create Advanced Wireframe Features
    • Perform wireframe and surface Analysis
    • Understand the Advanced Swept Surfaces
    • Create Advanced Blending Surfaces

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to surfaces Modelling

    • About surface Modelling
    • Purpose and Phases of Surface Modelling
    • Evolution of Surface Modelling
    • Applications of Surface Modelling
    • Solid vs Surfaces Modelling
    • Advantages and Disadvantages of Surface Modelling

    Advanced Wireframe Features

    • Create a Geometrical set and Ordered Geometrical Set
    • Duplicate the Geometrical Set
    • Create Wireframe, Extremum and Polar Extremum
    • Create Connecting curves

    Wireframe Analysis

    • Create wireframe
    • Understand Connect Checker Analysis
    • Create Smoothing Curves

    Advanced Swept surface

    • Create wireframe
    • Understand different types of the Swept surface
    • Create Sweep and Adaptive Sweep surfaces

    Advanced Blending surface

    • Create wireframe
    • Create a basic surface feature
    • Types of Blends
    • Create different types of fillets

    Curvature Analysis

    • Import Components
    • Perform Porcupine Curvature Analysis
    • Perform Surfacic Curvature Analysis

    Design of Component-1

    • Create advanced wireframe and surface features
    • Analyze and repair the wireframe and Surface geometry
    • Create Sweep, Multi-section and Edge Fillet
    • Create Surfacic Curvature Analysis

    Design of Component-2

    • Create advanced wireframe and surface features
    • Analyze and repair the wireframe and Surface geometry
    • Creating Extrude, Translate, Line Sweep, Split and Edge fillet
    • Convert Surface to Solid

    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 Surface Design 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: 110 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 5

    Recommended Practice Hours: 7 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Advance Surface Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Advance Surface Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Create Geometrical Set and Ordered Geometrical SetCreate Advanced Wireframe FeaturesPerform wireframe and surface AnalysisUnderstand the Advanced Swept SurfacesCreate Advanced Blending Surfaces: 7 Hrs

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    12 Hrs $200
  • CATIA V5 Tubing Diagram(C-MEC-V5CAT21-TUD-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 6 Hrs

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

    • Understand the GUI, process of Tubing Diagrams and importance of Line ID
    • Place Equipment and Nozzle
    • Route and modify a Line ID
    • Place Inline parts
    • Modify Tubing Diagrams
    • Generate the Annotations and Report

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Tubing

    • Terminology of Tubing
    • Difference between Tube and Pipe
    • Tube Design considerations
    • General process of Tubing Design
    • Applications and Benefits of Tube
    • Types of Tube
    • Material classifications
    • General manufacturing process of Tube

    Customize the settings and GUI

    • Objectives of Equipment and Systems
    • Launch Tubing Diagrams workbench
    • GUI of Tubing Diagrams workbench
    • Purpose of Tubing Diagrams
    • Customize the settings

    Place Equipment and Modifications

    • Place the Equipment
    • Place the Nozzles
    • Importance of the Line ID
    • Route and modify the Line ID
    • Place inline parts like Check Valve and Shut-Off Valve
    • Modify the Diagrams using Rotate, Schematic Translate, Scale component and Flip Right

    Generate Reports and 3D Tubing Design

    • Place the Text Templates
    • Generate Report of Tubing Diagrams
    • Check the Network Analysis
    • Introduction to create a Tubing Design using Tubing Diagrams

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer with knowledge on Standards, Terminology of Tubing and should have completed CATIA V5 Drafting 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: 52 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 5

    Recommended Practice Hours: 4 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Tubing Diagram


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Tubing Diagram. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI, process of Tubing Diagrams and importance of Line IDPlace Equipment and NozzleRoute and modify a Line IDPlace Inline partsModify Tubing DiagramsGenerate the Annotations and Report: 4 Hrs

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    6 Hrs $210
  • CATIA V5 Tubing Design(C-MEC-V5CAT21-TUB-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 6 Hrs

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

    • Understand the GUI, process of Tubing Design and importance of Line ID
    • Place the Nozzles
    • Route and modify a Line ID
    • Place Parts and Tubes
    • Generate Reports of Tubing Design

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Tubing

    • Terminology of Tubing
    • Difference between Tube and Pipe
    • Tube Design considerations
    • General process of Tubing Design
    • Applications and Benefits of Tube
    • Types of Tube
    • Material classifications
    • General manufacturing process of Tube

    Customize the settings and Place Nozzles

    • Objectives of Equipment and Systems
    • Launch Tubing Design workbench
    • GUI of Tubing Design workbench
    • Customize the settings
    • Place the Nozzles
    • Importance of the Line ID
    • Route and modify the Line ID

    Run

    • Introduction to Run
    • Route and modify a Run

    Place Tubes and Tubing parts

    • Place Tube parts like Valve, Elbow, Check Valve and Branch Function
    • Modify Tube parts using Move and Rotate
    • Place Tubes with Bends

    Flexible Tubes

    • Introduction to Flexible Tubes
    • Route and modify the Flexible Tubes
    • Manage Local Slack
    • Apply Break on existing Run
    • Generate Reports of Tubing Design

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer with knowledge on Standards, Terminology of Tubing and should have completed CATIA V5 Assembly Design and CATIA V5 Tubing Diagram 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: 65 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 1

    Recommended Practice Hours: 4 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Tubing Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Tubing Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the GUI, process of Tubing Design and importance of Line IDPlace the NozzlesRoute and modify a Line IDPlace Parts and TubesGenerate Reports of Tubing Design: 4 Hrs

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    6 Hrs $210
  • CATIA V5 FTA(C-MEC-V5CAT21-FTA-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 8 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Functional Tolerance and Annotation(FTA). On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Define various GD&T options in CATIA V5
    • Learn to annotate directly on 3D parts and products
    • Apply various Dimension methods
    • Create Datum and Datum Planes
    • Manage 3D Tolerance specifications

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to FTA

    • About FTA
    • Benefits of FTA
    • About the workbenches used to create Geometrical Annotation

    Entering workbench

    • Launch FTA workbench
    • Edit basic settings
    • Insert 3D part

    Text

    • Create Leader Text
    • Create Normal Text
    • Create Text Parallel to the screen

    Views Creation

    • Create principal Views
    • View from reference
    • Offset Section View
    • Aligned Section View
    • Capture View

    Creation of Datum GD&T

    • Create Datum Target and Simple Datum
    • Create Geometrical Tolerance
    • Use of Filter command

    Dimension creation

    • Create different types of Dimension

    Flag Note Roughness Framed Dimension

    • Create Flag Note and Flag Note with Leader
    • Create Roughness Symbol
    • Define Surface Texture
    • Create Framed Dimension

    Tolerance Advisor

    • Create Geometrical Dimension
    • Create Tolerance by Tolerance Advisor

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed CATIA V5 Part Design-I and CATIA V5 Part Design-II 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: 7

    Recommended Practice Hours: 6 Hrs


    CATIA V5 FTA


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Functional Tolerance and Annotation(FTA). On completion of this course, user will be able to: Define various GD&T options in CATIA V5Learn to annotate directly on 3D parts and productsApply various Dimension methodsCreate Datum and Datum PlanesManage 3D Tolerance specifications: 6 Hrs

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    8 Hrs $80
  • CATIA V5 DMU Kinematics(C-MEC-V5CAT21-KIN-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 5 Hrs

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

    • Create Kinematic Simulations
    • Create different types of Joints
    • Understand Revolute Joint, Cylindrical Joint, Planar Joint and Prismatic Joint
    • Create Command to generate Simulation
    • Record Kinematic Simulations
    • Define Simulations with Laws

    Course Structure: 

    DMU Kinematics of Product

    • Introduction to DMU Kinematics
    • Process of DMU Kinematics
    • Launch Assembly Design workbench
    • Import and position parts using Assembly Design workbench
    • Launch DMU Kinematics workbench
    • GUI of DMU Kinematics workbench
    • Create Kinematic Joints and Fix the Part
    • Create and Edit Kinematic Simulation and edit Simulation

    Kinematic Joints Introduction

    • Create Revolute Joint
    • Mechanism Analysis
    • Kinematics Simulation
    • Create Prismatic Joint
    • Create Command
    • Create Screw Joint
    • Create Spherical Joint
    • Create Rigid Joint

    Kinematic Joints

    • Create Cylindrical Joint
    • Create Gear Joint
    • Create Point Surface Joint
    • Generate Kinematics Simulation to the Mechanisms

    Simulation with Laws

    • Import the Assembly Components
    • Create Roll Curve Joint
    • Create Rack and Pinion Joint
    • Define Simulation with Laws
    • Calculate Speed and Acceleration
    • Generate Report of Simulations with Laws

    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 Assembly Design 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: 70 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 11

    Recommended Practice Hours: 3 Hrs


    CATIA V5 DMU Kinematics


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 DMU Kinematics. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Create Kinematic SimulationsCreate different types of JointsUnderstand Revolute Joint, Cylindrical Joint, Planar Joint and Prismatic JointCreate Command to generate SimulationRecord Kinematic SimulationsDefine Simulations with Laws: 3 Hrs

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    5 Hrs $80
  • CATIA V5 DMU Space Analysis(C-MEC-V5CAT21-SPA-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 3 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 DMU Space Analysis. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Generate Interference Checks
    • Create Section View
    • Measure between components
    • Analyze Material Property
    • Create 2D Text Annotations

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to DMU Space Analysis

    • Applications of Space Analysis
    • Clash Interference between two selections
    • Clash Interference between all components
    • Export Interference Data

    DMU Space Analysis of Product-1

    • Define Section View
    • Position and resize the Section View
    • Measure between components
    • Measure Item
    • Measure Thickness
    • Measure Inertia
    • Check for Interference

    DMU Space Analysis of Product-2

    • GUI of DMU Space Analysis workbench
    • Import the Product
    • Check Clash Interference between components
    • Generate Report of Clash Interference
    • Create Annotations to Section View

    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 Assembly Design 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: 45 min

    Downloadable Exercises: 2

    Recommended Practice Hours: 1 Hrs


    CATIA V5 DMU Space Analysis


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 DMU Space Analysis. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Generate Interference ChecksCreate Section ViewMeasure between componentsAnalyze Material PropertyCreate 2D Text Annotations: 1 Hrs

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    3 Hrs $80
  • CATIA V5 Prismatic Machining(C-MEC-V5CAT20-PMG-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 8 Hrs

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

    • Create Process, Product and Resource(PPR) Structure
    • Understand Machining Operation
    • Generate Manufacturing Program
    • Create Part Operation
    • Generate NC Program
    • Generate NC Tool Replay

    Course Structure: 

    Machining of Component-1

    • Launch Prismatic Machining workbench
    • Create PPR Structure
    • Create a Part Operation
    • Define Machining Axis
    • Create Facing Operation
    • Create a Rough Stock
    • Define the Geometry of the tool
    • Create Toolpath Simulation
    • Create Pocketing Operation
    • Perform Profile Countering Operation
    • Perform Drilling Operation

    Machining of Component-2

    • Create all the Manufacturing Operations

    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 Assembly Design courses. The recommended version for practice exercises is CATIA V5 R20 and above.

    Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

    Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

    Instructor Video Duration: 45 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 2

    Recommended Practice Hours: 6 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Prismatic Machining


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Prismatic Machining. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Create Process, Product and Resource(PPR) StructureUnderstand Machining OperationGenerate Manufacturing ProgramCreate Part OperationGenerate NC ProgramGenerate NC Tool Replay: 6 Hrs

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    8 Hrs $80
  • CATIA V5 3-Axis Milling Machining(C-MEC-V5CAT21-MMG-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 6 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 3-Axis Milling Machining. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

    • Create Process, Product and Resource(PPR) Structure
    • Create Part Operations
    • Create Manufacturing Program
    • Understand Milling Machining Operations
    • Simulate the Machining Operation
    • Generate NC Report

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Milling Machining

    • Types of Manufacturing Process
    • About Machining
    • Types of Machining Tools
    • Single point and Multi-point cutting tools
    • About CNC Machining and 3-Axis Machining

    GUI of Prismatic Machining workbench

    • Launch Prismatic Machining workbench
    • Load the Machining Part
    • Switch workbench and create PPR Structure
    • About Machining Operation Toolbar
    • Create a Rough Stock
    • Geometry Management Tools
    • Create a Part Operation
    • Define 3-Axis Machining

    Machining operation

    • Create Facing Operation
    • Define Geometry for Facing Operation
    • Define the Strategies
    • Define the Tool Geometry
    • Create Toolpath Simulation
    • Create Material Removal Video Simulation
    • Create Pocketing Operation with and without Island
    • Approach and Retract Macros
    • Define the Ramping Macros
    • Create Profile Countering Operation
    • Create Drilling Operation

    NC Code Generation

    • Generate NC Program for Manufacturing Operation
    • Set Post Processor
    • Select Controller for Postprocessor

    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 Assembly Design 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: 55 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 4

    Recommended Practice Hours: 4 Hrs


    CATIA V5 3-Axis Milling Machining


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 3-Axis Milling Machining. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Create Process, Product and Resource(PPR) StructureCreate Part OperationsCreate Manufacturing ProgramUnderstand Milling Machining OperationsSimulate the Machining OperationGenerate NC Report: 4 Hrs

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    6 Hrs $150
  • CATIA V5 Analysis(C-MEC-V5CAT21-FEA-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 16 Hrs

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

    • Understand the concepts and benefits of Finite Element Analysis
    • Conduct a simple Static Analysis on a single part using finite elements
    • Conduct a Finite Element Analysis on an existing part and assembly
    • Convert Assembly Constraints into Analysis Constraints
    • Generate the final Report of the analysis results

    Course Structure: 

    Generative Part Structural Analysis(GPS)

    Analysis of Component-1

    • Introduction to CATIA V5 GPS
    • Launch Generative Structural Analysis workbench
    • Create New Analysis Case
    • Apply Material
    • GUI of Generative Structural Analysis

    Analysis of Component-2

    • Perform basic process of Structural Analysis
    • Create Clamp Restraint
    • Apply Distributed Force
    • Perform Model Checker
    • Perform Compute
    • Check Deformation
    • Create Principle Stress
    • Generate and visualize the Report

    Analysis of Component-3

    • Perform basic process of Structural Analysis
    • Create User-defined Restraint
    • Apply Pressure Load
    • Define Force Density

    Analysis of Component-4

    • Perform basic process of Structural Analysis
    • Create Rigid Virtual Part
    • Define Moment
    • Check the Analysis status
    • Check Von Misses stress
    • Define Mesh Refinement
    • Define Local Mesh

    Analysis of Component-5

    • Perform basic process of Structural Analysis
    • Define Bearing Load
    • Create Extrema
    • Animate the analysis part

    Generative Assembly Structural Analysis(GAS)

    Analysis of Product-1

    • Launch Generative Structural Analysis workbench
    • 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

    Analysis of Product-2

    • Perform basic process of Structural Analysis
    • Define Pressure Fitting connection property
    • Check Deformation of the product
    • Check the Analysis status

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer with knowledge of Finite Elements Method(FEM) and should have completed CATIA V5 Part Design-I, CATIA V5 Part Design-II & CATIA V5 Assembly Design 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: 58 min

    Downloadable Exercises: 6

    Recommended Practice Hours: 14 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Analysis


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Analysis. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the concepts and benefits of Finite Element AnalysisConduct a simple Static Analysis on a single part using finite elementsConduct a Finite Element Analysis on an existing part and assemblyConvert Assembly Constraints into Analysis ConstraintsGenerate the final Report of the analysis results: 14 Hrs

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    16 Hrs $155
  • 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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    24 Hrs $210
  • CATIA V5 Electrical Harness Flattening(C-MEC-V5CAT21-EHF-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 3 Hrs

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

    • Understand an approach to Manufacturing documentation of Electrical Harness Design
    • Create 3D Harness Flattening
    • Generate detailed Electrical manufacturing documentation in CATIA V5 Drafting workbench

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to EHF

    • About Electrical Harness Flattening

    User Interface of EHF

    • Import the Electrical Harness Assembly
    • Launch Electrical Harness Flattening workbench

    Tools and Operations

    • Create Harness Flattening Parameters
    • Extract the Electrical Harness Geometry
    • Flatten the extracted Electrical Harness

    Customizing the Bundle Orientation

    • Arrange the junctions
    • Rotate and Bend the Harness
    • Arrange the bundles in Straight

    Bundle Segment Length Management

    • Add Length Tolerance
    • Remove Length Tolerance
    • Scale the length of the Harness

    Electrical Links

    • Check the connections using Network Assistant
    • Check Related Objects
    • Create Drawing Sheet
    • Launch Drafting workbench
    • Create Text with Leader
    • Add the attributes in Insert Link Template
    • Launch Catalog Editor workbench
    • Create a Family Definition
    • Add Text Template to the Catalog
    • Generate Front View
    • Add the Catalog using Place Text Template
    • Add Text to the Harness

    Pre-requisite:  User should be a Mechanical or Electrical Engineer and should have completed CATIA V5 Electrical Harness Design and CATIA V5 Drafting courses. 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: 15 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 1

    Recommended Practice Hours: 2 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Electrical Harness Flattening


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Electrical Harness Flattening(EHF). On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand an approach to Manufacturing documentation of Electrical Harness DesignCreate 3D Harness FlatteningGenerate detailed Electrical manufacturing documentation in CATIA V5 Drafting workbench: 2 Hrs

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    3 Hrs $80
  • CATIA V5 MD2(C-MEC-V5CAT21-MD2-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 24 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Mechanical Design which include:

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

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

    • Understand various options of Sketcher environment
    • Create 3D models using Sketch Based Features, Reference Elements, Relations and Parameters and Design Table
    • Apply Boolean Operations in Part Design workbench
    • Assemble the components within Assembly environment by positioning them using assembly Constraints and Publications
    • Understand the concept of Contextual Design
    • Generate Primary and Secondary Views, Dimensions, Bill of Materials and Balloons

    Course Structure: 

    Part Design

    • Perform various options of Sketcher environment
    • GUI of Part Design workbench
    • 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 3D models using Reference Elements, Relations and Parameters
    • Create Design Table
    • Apply Boolean Operations

    Assembly Design

    • Approaches of Assembly Design
    • GUI of Assembly Design workbench
    • Insert Existing Components with positioning
    • Position components 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
    • Analyze Interference between parts
    • Generate exploded view
    • Generate Bill of Materials and Balloon

    Drafting

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

    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: 180 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 17

    Recommended Practice Hours: 18 Hrs


    CATIA V5 MD2


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Mechanical Design which include:CATIA V5 Part DesignCATIA V5 Assembly DesignCATIA V5 DraftingOn completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand various options of Sketcher environmentCreate 3D models using Sketch Based Features, Reference Elements, Relations and Parameters and Design Table Apply Boolean Operations in Part Design workbenchAssemble the components within Assembly environment by positioning them using assembly Constraints and PublicationsUnderstand the concept of Contextual DesignGenerate Primary and Secondary Views, Dimensions, Bill of Materials and Balloons: 18 Hrs

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    24 Hrs $150
  • CATIA V5 HD2(C-MEC-V5CAT21-HD2-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 40 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Hybrid Design which include:

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

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

    • Understand various options of Sketcher environment
    • Create 3D models using Sketch Based Features, Reference Elements, Relations and Parameters, Design Table and apply Boolean Operations in Part Design workbench
    • Understand the concept of Hybrid Design and create Wireframes and Surfaces
    • Create Solids from Surfaces
    • Assemble components within Assembly environment by positioning them using assembly Constraints and Publications
    • Understand the concept of Contextual Design
    • Generate Primary and Secondary Views, Dimensions, Bill of Materials, Balloons and Text Templates

    Course Structure: 

    Part Design

    • Perform various options of Sketcher environment
    • GUI of Part Design workbench
    • 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 3D models using Reference Elements, Relations and Parameters
    • Create Design Table
    • Apply Boolean Operations

    Surface Design

    • Introduction to Surface Design
    • GUI of Surface Design workbench
    • Create Curves and Wireframes using 3D Lines, Points, Planes and Splines
    • Create 3D Corner, Extract, Boundary and Projection Curves
    • Create Surfaces based on Wireframe Geometries using Extrude, Revolve, Multi-Sections, Sweep and Fill surfaces
    • Assemble, Re-limit and connect  surfaces smoothly using Split, Trim, Join and Dis-assemble
    • Convert Surface into Solid

    Assembly Design

    • Approaches of Assembly Design
    • GUI of Assembly Design workbench
    • Insert Existing Components with positioning
    • Position components 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
    • Analyze Interference between parts
    • Generate exploded view
    • Generate Bill of Material and Balloon

    Drafting

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

    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: 260 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 22

    Recommended Practice Hours: 32 Hrs


    CATIA V5 HD2


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Hybrid Design which include:CATIA V5 Part DesignCATIA V5 Surface DesignCATIA V5 Assembly DesignCATIA V5 DraftingOn completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand various options of Sketcher environmentCreate 3D models using Sketch Based Features, Reference Elements, Relations and Parameters, Design Table and apply Boolean Operations in Part Design workbenchUnderstand the concept of Hybrid Design and create Wireframes and SurfacesCreate Solids from SurfacesAssemble components within Assembly environment by positioning them using assembly Constraints and PublicationsUnderstand the concept of Contextual DesignGenerate Primary and Secondary Views, Dimensions, Bill of Materials, Balloons and Text Templates: 32 Hrs

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    40 Hrs $190
  • CATIA V5 XM2(C-MEC-V5CAT21-XM2-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 32 Hrs

    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Extended Mechanical Design which include:

    • CATIA V5 Part Design
    • CATIA V5 Assembly Design
    • CATIA V5 Sheet Metal Design
    • CATIA V5 Drafting

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

    • Understand the various options of Sketcher environment
    • Create 3D models using Sketch Based Features, Reference Elements, Relations and Parameters
    • Create Design Table and apply Boolean Operations
    • Assemble the components within an Assembly environment by positioning them using assembly constraints and Publications
    • Understand the concept of Contextual Design
    • Understand Parameters and Terminology of Sheet Metal Design
    • Create Sheet Metal part using standard Wall, Bend and Stamping
    • Generate Primary and Secondary Views, Dimensions, Bill of Materials, Balloons and Text Templates

    Course Structure: 

    Part Design

    • Perform various options of Sketcher environment
    • GUI of Part Design workbench
    • 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 3D models using Reference Elements, Relations and Parameters
    • Create Design Table
    • Apply Boolean Operations

    Assembly Design

    • Learn the approaches of Assembly Design
    • GUI of Assembly Design workbench
    • Insert Existing components with Positioning
    • Position the components using Manipulation Part tool
    • Apply Engineering Connections like Coincidence, Contact, Offset and Fix
    • Understand the concept and importance of Contextual Design and Publications
    • Assemble components using Publications
    • Analyze Interference between parts
    • Generate exploded view
    • Generate Bill of Materials and Balloon

    Sheet Metal Design

    • Introduction to Sheet Metal Design
    • GUI of Sheet Metal Design workbench
    • Define Sheet Metal Parameters
    • Create a Sheet Metal part using Wall, User Flange, Hole and Rectangular Pattern features
    • Create a 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

    Drafting

    • Introduction to Drafting
    • Customize the settings
    • GUI of Drafting workbench
    • Generate Primary Views like Front, Top, Bottom, Side and Isometric Views
    • 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

    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: 240 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 21

    Recommended Practice Hours: 24 Hrs


    CATIA V5 XM2


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Extended Mechanical Design which include:CATIA V5 Part DesignCATIA V5 Assembly DesignCATIA V5 Sheet Metal DesignCATIA V5 DraftingOn completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand the various options of Sketcher environmentCreate 3D models using Sketch Based Features, Reference Elements, Relations and ParametersCreate Design Table and apply Boolean OperationsAssemble the components within an Assembly environment by positioning them using assembly constraints and PublicationsUnderstand the concept of Contextual DesignUnderstand Parameters and Terminology of Sheet Metal DesignCreate Sheet Metal part using standard Wall, Bend and StampingGenerate Primary and Secondary Views, Dimensions, Bill of Materials, Balloons and Text Templates: 24 Hrs

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    32 Hrs $170
  • Fundamentals of CATIA V5 Automation(C-MEC-V5CAT21-AUT-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 16 Hrs

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

    • Understand VBA programming concepts
    • Edit and record a Macro
    • Learn the Library Types
    • Write a program in VBA
    • Learn the use and types of Variables
    • Understand the use of InputBox
    • Use the String function
    • Learn to write programs with IF-ELSE Statement and For-Next Statement

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to CATIA V5 Automation

    • About Automation
    • Advantages of Automation
    • Skills required for CATIA V5 Automation
    • Edit and record a Macro
    • Integrated Development Environment
    • In-process and Out-process program
    • Library Types
    • Fundamentals of programming
    • Object Oriented Programming
    • VBA programming concept
    • DIM for Declaration and Run the program
    • Program to open a CATIA Document

    Programming Concepts

    • Manage Variables
    • Types of Variables
    • InputBox Function
    • String Data Type
    • Use of String functions
    • Use of InStr
    • If-Then-Else Statement
    • Object collection
    • Use of For-Next Statement and String function for saving Document
    • Program to export data as STEP file

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer with VBA programming skills and should have completed CATIA V5 Part Design-I and CATIA V5 Part Design-II 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: 65 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 2

    Recommended Practice Hours: 14 Hrs


    Fundamentals of CATIA V5 Automation


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Fundamentals of CATIA V5 Automation. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Understand VBA programming conceptsEdit and record a MacroLearn the Library TypesWrite a program in VBALearn the use and types of VariablesUnderstand the use of InputBoxUse the String functionLearn to write programs with IF-ELSE Statement and For-Next Statement: 14 Hrs

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    16 Hrs $200
  • CATIA V5 Mold Tooling Design(C-MEC-V5CAT21-MTD-ENL1)

    Recommended Learning Duration: 16 Hrs

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

    • Define Main Pulling Direction
    • Create Core, Cavity and Parting surface
    • Create New Mold Base
    • Create Injection and Ejection components
    • Create an Ejector System
    • Create a Slider

    Course Structure: 

    Introduction to Mold Tooling Design

    • Importance of Mold Tooling Design
    • Types of Molding
    • Applications and Benefits of Molding

    Mold Tool Design-1

    • Mold Tooling Design Process
    • Launch Core and Cavity Design workbench
    • GUI of Core and Cavity Design workbench
    • Customize the settings
    • Import Molded Part
    • Define Main Pulling Direction
    • Extract Core and Cavity Surface
    • Create Parting Surface for Core
    • Create Parting Surface for Cavity
    • Create Parting Line and Parting Body
    • Launch Mold Tooling Design workbench
    • GUI of Mold Tooling Design workbench
    • Create New Mold Base
    • Create Injection and Ejection Side
    • Create Ejector System
    • Create Core and Cavity Plate
    • Create Injection and Ejection components like Leader Pin, Bushing and Ejector Pin
    • Add Gate and Runner
    • Create Coolant Channel

    Mold Tool Design-2

    • Basics of creating a Core, Cavity and Parting Surface
    • Create New Mold Base
    • Additional Pulling Direction
    • Parting Surface for Slider
    • Define and Position the Slider
    • Create Retainers
    • Create Capscrew

    Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer with knowledge on Standards, Terminology of Mold Tool and should have completed CATIA V5 Part Design-I, CATIA V5 Part Design-II and CATIA V5 Surface Design 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: 105 Mins

    Downloadable Exercises: 2

    Recommended Practice Hours: 12 Hrs


    CATIA V5 Mold Tooling Design


    Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn CATIA V5 Mold Tooling Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: Define Main Pulling DirectionCreate Core, Cavity and Parting surfaceCreate New Mold BaseCreate Injection and Ejection componentsCreate an Ejector SystemCreate a Slider: 12 Hrs

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    16 Hrs $425

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