What is CAD?

Computer-aided design (CAD) refers to computers being used to assist the design process in all sorts of industries. With CAD software, it’s possible to build an entire model in an imaginary space, letting you visualize properties like height, width, distance, material, or color before the model is used for a particular application. It was in 1962 when the computer scientist Ivan Sutherland created the first computer graphic program, known as “SketchPad”, which allowed people to write or draw simple figures directly on a screen with the help of a special pencil. This marked the start of all future CAD software. At first, CAD was used only for research purposes, but in the 1970s, big automotive and aerospace companies started developing their own software, expanding its applications to other industries in the 1980s. It wasn’t until the 1990s that tools like CATIA and AutoCAD were born, making it possible to be used in many professional sectors.

Why learn CAD?

Visualization: It allows you to create and visualize 2D or 3D objects and make as many changes as you need with less effort than drawing it on paper with a pencil.

Detail: Digital representation in CAD is very close to real life, making it accurate up to a certain level. You can also add as much detail as you need.

Optimization: Finding fails during the design process is very difficult but CAD software can help in a very reliable way, even though they are not perfect. The more sophisticated CAD programs even allow you to run simulations to test for imperfections.

Our training in Computer Aided Design helps students to learn the various aspects of product design. We provide training in various CAD software’s such as:
 1) AutoCAD
 3) Creo
 4) NX
 5) Inventor
 6) Solid Works
 7) Solid Edge

Training is provided under the mentoring of certified CAD professionals. They help students in learning latest design concepts by including their real life experiences in the classroom training. Our coursework is designed keeping in mind the requirements and expectations of the industry. The training would not only provide theoretical understanding of the concepts but also impart practical knowledge which is applicable in the real time scenarios. This is achieved through hands-on experience with live projects and interaction with experts from the industry.