CAD For Mechanical Branch

CAD For Mechanical Branch

Posted 9/28/2016

Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical engineering is a broad engineering discipline at the intersection of engineering, physics, and material science.

 

 

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Mechanical engineers design, analyse and help manufacture mechanical tools, engines, and machines. They are employed in almost all manufacturing sectors including Heavy machineries, ship building, aerospace, automobile. They are also employedin engineering services and product design companies. They, carry out a wide range of design and analysis activities, in the product development lifecycle. Their key tasks include: Concept Sketching, 2D Design & Drafting, 3D Modeling, Prototyping, and Performance & Safety Analysis.

 

 

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Employement

Mechanical engineers who have CAD skills are employed in many manufacturing industries including automobiles, aeronautical, engineering, heavy industries, locomotives, and marine.


 

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The Role Of CAD

Learning CAD software is important because almost all of these jobs (and more) are performed with sophisticated CAD software that guarantees speed, accuracy, and reuse of work. With CAD skills, mechanical engineers can find employment and increase productivity.



Prerequisite

Prerequisite 

          These are 60-hour certificate programmes. Students pursuing diploma and degree programmes in Mechanical Engineering can enroll in these basic CAD programmes. For more details, please contact your nearest GenCor CAD centre.



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Upon completion of the course, students can apply for the job of Draftsman / Engineer / Analyst / Product Designer / Product Engineer