The following are some of the most common topics covered in AutoCAD design courses:
- 3D modelling
- Multiple Lines
- Geometric Shapes
- Isometric drawings
- Linear Dimensions
- Polar Arrays
- Layers and Line Types
List of Common Courses
Introduction to AutoCAD Course
Introductory courses provide students with a basic knowledge of AutoCAD's interface, menu options, toolbars and operational commands. Courses often include the opportunity for students to observe the execution of professional drafting projects and learn to create their own 2D designs. Basic skills include drawing, editing, layering and plotting.
Intermediate AutoCAD Course
After completing prerequisite introductory instruction in AutoCAD, students often receive training in intermediate level AutoCAD skills. These can include hatching, dimensioning, cross-references, tables and block attributes. Students can also be introduced to 3D designs and related drafting skills in preparation for advanced AutoCAD training.
Advanced AutoCAD Course
Advanced AutoCAD courses focus on 3D designs, as well as the required navigation and modelling tools used to create 3D drawings. Students learn to use concepts such as lighting, mapping and solid-model creation. Courses can also include practice in importing and scanning images into 3D models.
Creating Graphics in AutoCAD Course
A course in graphics production demonstrates how AutoCAD can be used in illustration and Web design projects. Students learn to use AutoCAD in conjunction with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Autodesk Impression software. Skills include correcting photographs, manipulating depth of field and creating special effects.
CATIA course introduces the user to CATIA, one of the world's leading parametric solid modelling packages. This course emphasizes on the solid modelling techniques that enhance the productivity and efficiency of the user.
At ApexGlobal.Tech, we help you master the following capabilities of CATIA: Parametric solid modelling, free-form surface modelling, reverse engineering, styling, and computer aided industrial design, engineering drawing and drafting, product and manufacturing information, reporting and analytics, verification and validation, knowledge based engineering, reuse, sheet metal design, assembly modelling, digital mockups, simulation, stress analysis, finite element method, kinematics, complete fluid dynamics, thermal analysis.
- You will learn advanced solutions for conceptual design, 3D modelling, and documentation.
- You will learn to do product design, industrial design and styling (optimize form, fit, function and user experience), streamline 2D design, drafting, documentation with powerful tools for layout, drawing, and 3D annotation. You will also do assembly design, sheet metal design, and template based design.
- You will know how to perform CAE geometry editing, comprehensive meshing, fine element assembly management and multi-CAE environments.
- You can carry out visual analysis and validation which will give you high quality performance insights for product decisions.
Unigraphics/NX-Cad, is a product of Siemens. It has CAD, and CAM solution. NX is used for parametric design, direct solid sheet metal and surface modelling, simulation with respect to static, thermal, dynamic analysis.
Topics covered in our Unigraphics/NX-Cad course:
- Introduction to Unigraphics/NX-Cad Here we will go through CAD/CAM/CAE Product cycle, Parametric Technology, Introduction to UG Environment & Menu bar and Use of Mouse.
- Sketcher Creating 2D geometry, Dimensioning & modifying dimensions, Sketching & selection methods, Task environment, selection filters, applying constraints, creating parametric sketches, Animation of constrained sketch, Editing sketches and Creating text in sketcher environment.
- Solid Modelling (Part 1) Convert basic sketches to features, Extrude, Revolve, Creation of thin features, Thumb rule, rotating model in 3D space, Setting display modes, Usage of reference geometries, Understanding of CSYS, Axis, Projecting elements in sketching plane, Creation of various planes and CSYS Boolean operations.
- Solid Modelling (Part 2) Trim between faces, Projecting external elements, creation of various models, Advance tools – Hole, Groove, Slot, Chamfer, Edge blend, Array features, Mirrors, etc. Creation of sweep, Swept, Tubes, threads, Converting solid to hollow feature, editing advance features, Rollback, Reorder features and Advance features – Creation of boss, Packets and Pad taper feature.
- Assembly Types of assembly and approach, Uses and their relation reference, Bottom-up approach, Relation modification, Manipulating creation of patterns, Top-Down assembly, Creation of sub-assemblies, checking interference and clearance, Creation of exploded views and Replacing assembly constraints.
- Drafting Introduction to Drafting environment, Selection of drawing sheet for different sizes, Creating projected & auxiliary views, view modifications, inserting section views, Detailed view & Revolved view, Manipulate drawing views, annotation, Placing exploded views, Creating notes, Tables and Inserting drawing sheets.
- Surfacing basics, Creation of ruled surfaces, Creation of surface through curve & mesh, Swoop, Bounding, Transition, Creating 'N' sided surface, Extending of surfaces, Understanding various tools, Studio surface, Blend, Sweep methods, Adding thickness to surface, etc.
SolidWorks is a solid modeller, and utilizes a parametric feature-based approach to create models and assemblies. The software is written on Parasolid-kernel.
Design intent is how the creator of the part wants it to respond to changes and updates. For example, you would want the hole at the top of a beverage can to stay at the top surface, regardless of the height or size of the can. SolidWorks allows the user to specify that the hole is a feature on the top surface, and will then honour their design intent no matter what height they later assign to the can.
Features refer to the building blocks of the part. They are the shapes and operations that construct the part. Shape-based features typically begin with a 2D or 3D sketch of shapes such as bosses, holes, slots, etc. This shape is then extruded or cut to add or remove material from the part. Operation-based features are not sketch-based, and include features such as fillets, chamfers, shells, applying draft to the faces of a part, etc.
Why Pro E CREO?Autodesk inventor is a virtual mechanical 3D modelling tool, used to create Part, Assembly, sheet metal and Drafting, of all automotive and mechanical designs.
The suite consists of apps, each delivering a distinct set of capabilities for a user role within product development.
Creo runs on Microsoft Windows and provides apps for 3D CAD parametric feature solid modelling, 3D direct modelling, 2D orthographic views, Finite Element Analysis and simulation, schematic design, technical illustrations, and viewing and visualization.
Creo Elements/ Pro and Creo Parametric compete directly with CATIA, Siemens NX/Solidedge, and Solidworks. The Creo suite of apps replaces and supersedes PTC’s products formerly known as Pro/ENGINEER, CoCreate, and ProductView. Creo has many different software package solutions and features.
About the softwareHyperWorks provides the most comprehensive, open-architecture CAE solution in the industry, including best-in-class modelling, analysis, visualization and data management solutions for linear, nonlinear, structural optimization, fluid-structure interaction, and multi-body dynamics applications.
.Here we Generate quality 2D & 3D mesh.
- Knowledge on FEM pre-process
- Efficiently creating nodes lines and surfaces
- Efficiently working on importing CAD geometry and extracting mid surface
- Performing geometrical cleaning up
- Generating quality 2D mesh
Abaqus is still used as a primary counting device or as a backup to more modern counting devices.
Learning to use the abaqus helps teach you a new way of counting and how to add and subtract using complementary numbers. By learning to solve problems in new ways, you can come up with better and often easier solutions to all sorts of problems.
ANSYS simulation software enables organizations to confidently predict how their products will operate in the real world.
Learning Outcome:ApexGlobal.Tech provides a wide range of courses to help you master in Ansys that has some of the following core capabilities:
After completion of the course:
- Knowledge on FEM
- Efficiently can work on tool by solving problems
- Efficiently perform static analysis
- Efficiently perform modal analysis
- Efficiently perform dynamic analysis
- Efficiently perform thermal analysis
- Efficiently work on pre-process solve and post-process
Our MSC Software courses are designed to provide you with exclusive product knowledge. Our course developers and instructors work with product developers to gain exposure to new product capabilities. This unique insight is shared with you through official courseware that incorporates the most useful tips and techniques.
Revit comes with tools to plan and track various stages in the building's lifecycle, from concept to construction and later demolition.
Revit software delivers tools that support architectural design, MEP engineering, structural engineering, and construction. Revit is specifically built for BIM to help you design, build, and maintain higher-quality, more energy-efficient buildings. Comprehensive features make it an ideal solution for the entire building project team.
By learning Revit, you as a design and construction professional, will be able to bring ideas from concept to construction with a coordinated and consistent model-based approach.
Learning Objectives:ApexGlobal.Tech provides a wide range of courses to help you master Revit Architecture that has some of the following core capabilities:
- Analysis: Building element energy analysis; Enhanced structural analytical model; Duct and pipe calculations to API; Physical materials for performance analysis
- Collaboration: Work-sharing – multiple users save their work to a central file; collaboration on shared models across a WAN; work from remote locations using a local server
- Design: More easily model, edit, and document designs of stairs and railings; parametric components - graphical system for design, form making; HVAC/electrical design room color-fill plans and communication of design intent, visually
- Visualization for creating displaced building design views; improvement of performance for visualization; capturing of design ideas in a photorealistic state, and reduction of project cost with cloud-based rendering
- You will know how to develop higher-quality, more accurate architectural designs; use tools specifically built to support Building Information Modelling workflows
- You will know how to capture and analyse concepts, and maintain your vision through design, documentation, and construction
- You will know how to do building element energy analysis; use the API to perform pipe/duct calculations; perform static analysis from the cloud; create/manage the structural analytical model; automatically update your model with analysis results; and improve BIM-based building performance workflows
- You will know how to scan Revit model for collisions between elements; work with multiple users and save their work to a central file; collaborate on shared models across a WAN; streamline data management; and work from remote locations using a local server
- You will know how to dock dialogs in a single window; more easily model, edit, and document designs; place air terminal devices on duct faces; restrict angles for pipe, duct, and cable tray; cap open ends of pipe or duct content quickly; rebar placement constraints customization; gain control over rebar placement; and get more rebar options when modelling
- You will learn to crop non-rectangular model areas faster; easily manage elevation cut-line configuration; automatically display dimension values; annotate multiple elements with a single tag; define geometry and position for beams and braces; get greater control of schedule formatting; derive construction insight from design models; calculate/track detailed material quantities, display totals in current or load values, and create details from views of a 3D model
The training program takes you through the essentials of imaging, modelling and animation, through a variety of powerful tools and functions. The Course provides you with the versatility and agility to move through the interface and tools to deliver the required results.
OverviewThe training will provide you with sufficient skills in Designing & Production with the necessary exposure to using 3D work space, organising scenes & objects, exploring the tools in Camera, Lighting & 3D Rendering.
3D MODELLING & TEXTURING
- Surface modelling
- Texture assignment & editing
- Shading & material design
- Vector map support
- Substance procedural textures
Character Animation, Rigging
DYNAMICS & EFFECTS
Particle Flow, Cloth simulation, Hair & Fur
Rendering systems, iray renderer
UI, WORKFLOW & PIPELINE
2D pan & zoom, Adobe After Effects, Data Transfer, pipeline/compositing integration etc..
Design of steel and concrete frames (with automated optimization), composite beams, composite columns, steel joists, and concrete and masonry shear walls is included, as is the capacity check for steel connections and base plates. Models may be realistically rendered, and all results can be shown directly on the structure. Comprehensive and customizable reports are available for all analysis and design output, and schematic construction drawings of framing plans, schedules, details, and cross-sections may be generated for concrete and steel structures.
ETABS provides an unequalled suite of tools for structural engineers designing buildings, whether they are working on one-story industrial structures or the tallest commercial high-rises. Immensely capable, yet easy-to-use, has been the hallmark of ETABS since its introduction decades ago, and this latest release continues that tradition by providing engineers with the technologically-advanced, yet intuitive, software they require to be their most productive.