CAD training courses are available to help people learn how to use CAD software. These courses differ depending on what you’re looking for. There are general CAD courses that take you through basic concepts and techniques in 2D and 3D design, modeling and rendering. There are also more specific CAD training courses that teach you how to use specific software like SolidWorks, AutoCAD and Revit.
CAD training is an option for people with any level of expertise—from beginner to expert. Instead of going through random CAD tutorials on YouTube, you can look at courses that use a professional syllabus or guide.
Basic Learning Module
AutoCAD 2D & 3D with GD&T:
These course is essential for just about anyone connected with the Construction/Manufacturing & its Design industry including fresh, mid-level & senior professionals (Architects, MEP Professionals, Interior Designers, Civil Engineers, Mechanical / Electrical Engineers, Chemical Engineers and Drafting Professionals), students, business owners, project managers and senior executives who want to get focused but productive knowledge sessions.
Autodesk Revit is quickly becoming the global standard for design professionals. Our Revit Training Classes offer Revit MEP Basic, Revit Architectural and Structural Families courses that are suitable for beginners who are just starting out with 3D modeling as well as for seasoned 3D CAD software users. The aim of the basic course is to teach beginners the core functionality tools of Revit, which are necessary for creating 3D modeling and design projects.
3D CAD Modeling Software:
As engineers technologists, you’re taught to think in three dimensions because things are built in three dimensions. Once 3D modeling software became possible, its utility in the engineering world was immediately obvious: instead of having to design everything by hand on two dimensional media like paper or whiteboards, engineers could work directly in faux-3D, making it easier than ever to translate what they see in their mind’s eye to an external medium that they could show to other people.
No matter how useful a 3D model is, it still needs to be converted to a technical drawing to be useful. Manufacturers need dimensions, and a simple 3D modeling program could not provide that. Soon enough, software that could take a 3D model and generate diagrams with side, front, back, and isometric views was written. Under this program we cover below modeling software's -