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Softpro'sAutoCAD and Solidworks course package aims at giving expert-level knowledge to the Trainees which leads them to become highly skilled in their software knowledge with the use of the trending software in Mechanical Engineering.

You will Learn:
• Basics of AutoCAD, Drafting tools, Dimensioning tools, Layer Tools, Machine Drawings, CAD & CAM, Machine Parts Design, Sketcher Tools, Assembly Design, Basics of ANSYS, ANSYS workbench.
Softpro Learning Center provides Autocad Training in Lucknow on various Latest Technologies.
Softpro Learning Center provides Online Autocad Training on various Latest Technologies.

Training Includes:

AutoCAD 2D and 3D modelling

Solid Modelling

Part and Assembly Design

Finite Element Modeling (FEM),

Finite Element Analysis (FEA)

Mini Projects

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  Course Curriculum

Starting the Software
User Interface
Working with Commands
Cartesian Workspace
Opening an Existing Drawing File
Viewing Your Drawing
Saving Your Work

Drawing Lines
Erasing Objects
Drawing Lines with Polar Tracking
Drawing Rectangles
Drawing Circles
Undo and Redo Actions
Using Running Object Snaps
Using Object Snap Overrides
Polar Tracking at Angles
Object Snap Tracking

Selecting Objects for Editing
Moving Objects
Copying Objects
Rotating Objects
Scaling Objects
Mirroring Objects
Editing with Grips

Creating New Drawings with Templates
What are Layers?
Layer States
Changing an Object’s Layer

Drawing Arcs
Drawing Polylines
Editing Polylines
Drawing Polygons
Drawing Ellipses

Working with object Properties
Measuring Objects
Advanced Editing Commands
Trimming and Extending Objects
Sketching Objects
Creating Fillets and Chamfers
Offsetting Objects
Creating Arrays of Objects

What are Blocks?
Inserting Blocks
Working with Dynamic Blocks
Inserting Blocks with DesignCenter
Inserting Blocks with Content Explorer

Printing Concepts
Working in Layouts
Copying Layouts
Creating Viewports
Guidelines for Layouts

Printing Layouts
Printing from the Model Tab

Working with Annotations
Adding Text in a Drawing
Modifying Multiline Text
Formatting Multiline Text
Adding Notes with Leaders to Your Drawing
Creating Tables
Modifying Tables

Editing Hatches
Dimensioning Concepts
Adding Linear Dimensions
Adding Radial & Angular

Features of SolidWorks,
Various products available in SolidWorks for Product Design,
SolidWorks Graphical User Interface - Feature manager design tree,
Callouts, Handles, Confirmation corner, mouse buttons,
keyboard shortcuts, Command Manager,
Hardware and Software requirements, SolidWorks Task Scheduler,

Sketch Entities – Inference line,
Centerline line,
Partial Ellipse,
Spline tools,
Spline on surface,
Equation driven curve,
Text, Construction geometry, Snap, grid,
Sketch Tools - Fillet,
Convert entities,
Face curve,
Jog Line,
Dynamic Mirror,
Sketch pattern ,
Make path,
Close Sketch To Model,
Sketch picture,
Check Sketch for Feature,
Area hatch/Fill
Blocks – Make block,
Edit block,
Insert block,
Add/Remove Entities,
Relations - Adding Sketch Relation,
Automatic relations,
Dimensioning - Smart,
Vertical ordinate,
Align ordinate,
Fully define sketch. Sketch
3D Sketching,
Rapid Sketch.

Part Modeling Tools
Creating reference planes
Creating Extrude features – Direction1, Direction2, From option,
Thin feature, Applying draft, Selecting contours
Creating Revolve features – Selecting Axis, Thin features, Selecting
Creating Swept features-Selecting, Profile and Path,
Orientation/twist type, Path Alignment, Guide Curves, Start/End
tangency, Thin feature
Creating Loft features – Selecting Profiles, Guide curves, Start/End
Constraints, Centerline parameters, Sketch tools, Close loft.
Selecting geometries – Selection Manager, Multiple Body concepts
Creating Reference - points, axis, coordinates
Creating curves -
Split curve, Project curve, Composite curve, Curve through points,
Helix and Spiral
Creating Fillet features
Inserting Hole types
Creating Chamfer
Creating Shell
Creating Rib
Creating Pattern - Linear pattern, Circular pattern, Sketch driven
pattern, Curve driven pattern, Table driven pattern, Fill pattern, mirror
Advanced Modeling Tools- Dome, Free form, Shape feature,
Deform, indent, Flex
Inserting Fastening features- Mounting boss, snap hook, Snap hook
groove, Vent
Environment & Utilities - Working with views and manipulating
views, Trouble shooting
Inserting Library feature, Adding Configuration, Inserting Design
table, System options, Measuring Geometries, Calculating Mass
Properties, Feature Statistics, Working With Equations

Assembly Modeling Tools
Introduction to Assembly Modeling& Approaches – Top down and
Bottom up approach
Applying Standard Mates- Coincident, Parallel, Perpendicular,
Tangent, Concentric, Lock, Distance, Angle.
Applying Advanced Mates – Symmetric, Width, Path Mate,
Linear/Linear Coupler, Limit Mate.
Applying Mechanical Mates – Cam, Hinge, Gear, Rack Pinion,
Screw, Universal Joint.
Applying Smart mates
Applying Mate reference
Manipulating Components - Replacing Components, Rotating
Components, Move Components, Collision Detection, Physical
Dynamics, Dynamic Clearance, Detecting Interference
Creating Pattern - Assembly Pattern, Mirror
Creating Explode Views
Top Down Design – Layout Sketch, Work Part In the Context of an
Smart Components, Smart Fasteners, Physical Simulation

Generating Drawing Views
Introduction To Angle Of Projection
Generating Views - Generating Model View, Projected Views,
Inserting Standard 3 View
View creation relative to model, Inserting predefined views, empty
views, Auxiliary Views, Detailed Views, Crop view, Broken –Out
Section, Broken Views, Section View, Aligned Section View,
Alternate Position View, Working assembly specific view, Drawing
properties, Manipulating views
Creating Dimensions – Smart, Horizontal, Vertical, Baseline,
Ordinate, Horizontal Ordinate, Vertical Ordinate, Chamfer, Attach
Dimensions, Align Collinear/Radial, Align Parallel/Concentric,
Model Dimensions, Auto dimension, DimXpert, Annotations, Spell
Inserting Annotations - Datum Features, Geometric Tolerance,
Surface Finish, Jog Leaders, Hole Callout, Datum Target, Dowel Pins,
Area Hatch, Cosmetic Thread, Balloon, Centre Mark, Centre
Lines, Layers, Working With Tables, Bill Of Materials, Hole Table,
Sheets And Templates, Sheet Format.

Introduction to CATIA
CATIA Workbenches
System Requirements
Getting Started with CATIA
Important Terms and Definitions
Understanding the Functions of the Mouse Buttons
Hot Keys
Color Scheme

The Sketcher Workbench
Starting a New File
Invoking the Sketcher Workbench
Invoking the Sketcher Workbench Using the Sketch Tool
Invoking the Sketcher Workbench Using the Positioned Sketch Tool
Setting the Sketcher Workbench
Modifying Units
Modifying the Grid Settings
Understanding Sketcher Terms
Specification Tree
Snap to Point
Construction/Standard Element
Select Toolbar
Inferencing Lines
Drawing Sketches Using Sketcher Tools
Drawing Lines
Drawing Center Lines
Drawing Rectangles, Oriented Rectangles, and Parallelograms
Drawing Rectangles
Creating Points
Drawing Circles
Drawing Arcs
Drawing Profiles
Drawing Display Tools
Fit All In
Zoom In
Zoom Out
Zoom Area
Normal View
Splitting the Drawing Area into Multiple Viewports
Hiding and Showing Geometric Elements
Swapping Visible Space

Other Sketching Tools in the Sketcher Workbench
Drawing Ellipses
Drawing Splines
Connecting Two Elements by a Spline or an Arc
Drawing Elongated Holes
Drawing Cylindrical Elongated Holes
Drawing Keyhole Profiles
Drawing Hexagons
Drawing Centered Rectangles
Drawing Centered Parallelograms
Drawing Conics
Editing and Modifying Sketches
Trimming Unwanted Sketched Elements
Extending Sketched Elements
Trimming by Using the Quick Trim Tool
Filleting Sketched Elements
Chamfering Sketched Elements
Mirroring Sketched Elements
Mirroring Elements without Duplication
Translating Sketched Elements
Rotating Sketched Elements
Scaling Sketched Elements
Offsetting Sketched Elements
Modifying Sketched Elements
Deleting Sketched Elements

Assembly Modeling
Types of Assembly Design Approaches
Creating Bottom-up Assemblies
Inserting Components in a Product File
Moving Individual Components
Applying Constraints
Creating Top-down Assemblies
Creating Base Part in the Top-Down Assembly
Creating Subsequent Components in the Top-Down Assembly
Creating Subassemblies in the Top-Down Assembly
Editing Assemblies
Deleting Components
Replacing Components
Editing Components inside an Assembly
Editing Subassemblies inside an Assembly
Editing Assembly Constraints
Simplifying the Assembly
Interference Detection
Sectioning an Assembly
Exploding an Assembly

The Drafting Workbench
Starting a New File in the Drafting Workbench
Type of Views
Generating Drawing Views
Generating Views Automatically
Generating Individual Drawing Views
Generating the Exploded View
Working with Interactive Drafting in CATIA
Editing and Modifying Drawing Views
Changing the Scale of Drawing Views
Modifying the Project Plane of the Parent View
Deleting Drawing Views
Rotating Drawing Views
Hiding Drawing Views
Modifying the Hatch Pattern of Section Views

Inserting Sheets in the Current File
Inserting the Frame and the Title Block
Automatic Insertion of the Frame and the Title Block
Creating the Frame and the Title Block Manually
Adding Annotations to the Drawing Views
Generating Dimensions
Adding Reference Dimensions
Adding Datum Features
Adding Geometric Tolerance to the Drawing Views
Adding Surface Finish Symbols
Adding Welding Symbols
Applying Weld
Editing Annotations
Generating the Bill of Material (BOM)
Generating Balloons

Introduction to Ansys Workbench Interface
Unit systems in Ansys Workbench Software
Saving Ansys Workbench files
Introduction to Ansys Engineering Data Manager
Introduction to Ansys Engineering data manager
Adding custom Material to Ansys Engineering Data
Accessing Engineering Material Libraries present in Ansys workbench

Introduction to Design Modeler in Ansys Workbench
Using Sketching & Modelling tools in Ansys Workbench Design Modeler
Revolve, Sweep and Loft tools inside Ansys workbench Design Modeler

Introduction to Theory of meshing
Meshing with Global mesh controls in Ansys workbench meshing module
Meshing with Local mesh controls in Ansys workbench meshing module
Mesh Testing using mesh quality metrics in Ansys Workbench

1D + 2D Hybrid model Analysis in Ansys Workbench


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