Applications

Applications

AUTO-CAD AND ARCH-CAD
Introductory AutoCAD is a basic level CAD course utilizing the Universally popular CAD software, AutoCAD.
This entry level course targets those with little or no previous AutoCAD experience or those with a need for substantial upgrading from previous non-Windows environment versions of AutoCAD.
Participants will learn the basics of CAD geometry creation and manipulation using a variety of computer command inputs including keyboard shortcuts, toolbox icons and mouse menu selection. Geometry created will include points, lines, circles, arcs, and basic polygons. Geometry is edited or manipulated using commands such as zoom, pan, trim, extend, copy, rotate and by the use of geometry “grips”.
Advanced CAD concepts such as 3D creation or Solid Modelling will also be covered.

Benefits
1. Evaluate and apply multi-view projection, sectional and auxiliary views and apply them to isometric projection and three dimensional solid modelling.
2. Analyze and apply descriptive geometry and revolutions to technical drawing applications.
3. Identify methods of manufacture.
4. Analyze and employ symbols and techniques of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing.
5. Compare and contrast manufacture/design in working/shop drawings in topography, developments, cabinet millwork, structural steel, and welding drafting.

Duration:
This course covers a period of two (2) months a minimum of 9 hours lecture per week.

SOLID WORKS

There are four (4) basic sections in this course:

SOLIDWORKS ESSENTIALS AND PART MODELING
Learn about how Solidworks works and learn about how to create simple and more complex 3d parts, learn about individual features for modelling and so on.
ASSEMBLY DESIGN
Learn about how to create assembly modelling consist of different parts. How to organize the assembly models, practice available features for assembly and learn about design tree functions in models
GENERATE DRAWING
In this section you will learn to create technical drawing from one existing model or assembly. How to add Bill of material and Customize it, learn to add annotation to the drawing and so on, Also how to Customize your drawings sheets
SHEET METAL AND WELDMENT
Learn to create sheet metal parts and available features for modelling, learn to create weld structures model using standard structure members.

Duration:
This course covers a period of two (2) months a minimum of 9 hours lecture per week.

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