Branch - Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
Computer-Aided Design (CAD) enables users to create two-dimensional as well as three-dimensional models of products in a virtual environment. This helps to visualise products in the early stage of their development thus assisting in the development of a better product design and in simulating product performance well before actual manufacturing. Moreover, CAD helps to create process plans and production schedules with ease. This has made CAD an inevitable part of any industry and today it is highly essential for all engineers to nurture CAD skills to become industry ready.
According to PS Market Research, the 3D CAD market is anticipated to advance at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 4.9% during the forecast period 2016-2022 to reach US$7.2 billion by 2022.
This course provides the learners with knowledge about the basics of CAD-based 3D model development and information about the various tools, operations and utilities available in a 3D CAD system. This will also help the learners to gain exposure to advancements in 3D modeling such as feature-based modeling, web-based modeling, and CAD for 3D printing.
1. Students/Institutions need to procure the following software required for the industry assignment as well as for Part B of the summative assessment:
- a. Autodesk Fusion 360
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2. The above mentioned hands-on configuration will be leveraged by the students to complete the industry assignment as well as to complete Part B of the summative assessment.+ Read More - Read Less