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 employed in 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.
Mechanical engineers who have CAD skills are employed in manufacturing industries including automobiles, aeronautical, engineering, heavy industries, locomotives, and marine. 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.
Upon completion of the course, students can apply for the job of Draftsman / Engineer / Analyst / Product Designer / Product Engineer
In the real world scenario, mechanical engineers are required to have the mastery over a different set of CAD software products. You may have to learn, say, more than one 3D modeling software or FEA software to meet special requirements of your project.
In addition to CAD software, students need to learn Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GDT) concepts for technical communication, and Project Management Principles, and Project Management software. At CADD Centre, we work out the right combination of software & concepts and offer you course packages (Diploma, Professional, and Master Diploma courses) that meet the requirements of the industry. Our combination courses in mechanical engineering are:
This course is focused on the product design space and will help students design engineering ideas, transform their ideas into CAD models, using best industry practices, validating their models using CAE tools and design for manufacturing. Thus it takes the participants through the entire lifecycle of the product from conception to execution.