Course Introduction

This course is designed to give in depth exposure to computer aided design, manufacturing and analysis. It is useful for the graduate engineers in mechanical, production & automobile stream. 
This course builds upon digital manufacturing trends and foundational CAD concepts discussed in Course 1 of this series by introducing Fusion 360 as a problem-solving tool.

People having 3D CAD/CAM/CAE knowledge have better chances of growth, immediate employability after completion of course, graduation and chances of jobs abroad.


Computer Graphics and Techniques for Geometric Modeling

  • Computer Graphics
  • The parametric representation 

Transformation, Manipulation and Data Storage

  • 2D & 3D Transformations 
  • Object transformation, mirror transformation, Artificial Intelligence in Design 

Nc and Cnc Technology

  • Tape coding & format
  • Constructional details of CNC machines

 

Computer Aided Engineering

  • Fundamentals of computer aided engineering
  • CAE includes mass property calculations
  • kinematic analysis and animation 

Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Technology Driven Practices

  • Introduction, Evolution, Objectives
  • CIM Hardware and Software
  • Obstacles to Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  • Concept of the future CIM systems
  • Socio -techno- economic aspects of CIM

Rapid Prototyping and Tooling

  • Introduction to RP
  • Technology Description
  • Process overviews
  • STL file Generation, Classes of RP systems
  • SLA with liquid thermal polymerization
  • Prototype properties
  • RP Applications

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