Mechanical / Auto / Aero

Mechanical CAD / CAM / CAE Training

Engineering is far beyond designing, and this call the necessity for specialized softwares for controlling the manufacturing, and execution of processes. In the final production of any object ,technical minded professionals can deliver effective results. We offer a plethora of courses imbibing the skills to work as a technical and skillful mechanical engineer. Some of our popular courses are AutoCAD Mechanical, Creo , SolidWorks, ANSYS can help you to take a great move in the field of mechanical engineering.

Find out the suitable course(s) according to your job industry from the wide range of courses presented below or let us know if you are looking for some other specialization. Our team of industry experts can meet all your learning requirements.

Course Pattern

Advanced program in CAD/CAM

C CUBE Professional programs on CAD/CAE/PPM are suitable for engineers and experienced diploma engineers. This program will help the participants to improvethe productivity skills and improve their carrier prospects. Participants will benefit greatly from this program and will help them keep abreast of the latest technology.

Diploma program in CAD/CAM

C CUBE’s Advanced programs are best suited for the fresh diploma and engineering Students.This program gives the basic understanding and facilitates participants to make design comfortability.

Individual program in CAD/CAM

This is the entry - level program which is best suited and graduates to have basic understanding of CAD Tools. This is the foundation on which all the vertical courses are built.

Computer Aided Design (CAD)

The use of computer systems to assist in the creation, modification, analysis, or optimization of a design. CAD software is used to increase the productivity of the designer, improve the quality of design, improve communications through documentation, and to create a database for manufacturing. CAD output is often in the form of electronic files for print, machining, or other manufacturing operations.

PART DESIGN

The part design work bench/mode is a parametric and feature-based environment in which you create solid models. The basic requirement for creating a solid model is a sketch.The tools in the part design workbench can be used to convert the sketch into a feature. This workbench also provides other tools to apply the placed features, such as fillets, chamfers, and so on. These features are called the dress-up features. You can assign materials to the model in this workbench.

ASSEMBLY DESIGN

The components are brought together and assembled in the Assembly Design workbench by applying suitable parametric assembly constraints to them. The assembly constraints allow you to restrict the degrees of freedom of the components at their respective work positions.

DRAFTING

After creating parts and assembling them, you need to generate their drawing views. A 2D drawing is the life line of all the manufacturing systems because on the shop floor or tool room, a machinist mostly needs the 2D drawings for manufacturing. The Drafting workbench is a specialized environment for generating drawing views, modify, and apply dimensions and annotations to them.

The parametric dimensions added to the component in the part design workbench during its creation can also be generated and displayed automatically in the drawing views. The generative drafting is bidirectionally associative in nature. You can also generate the Bill of Material (BOM) and balloons in the drawing views.

SHEET METAL DESIGN

The Sheet metal Design workbench/mode is used for the designing the sheet metal components. Generally, the solid models of the sheet metal components are created to generate the flat pattern of the sheet, study the design of the dies and punches, study the process plan for designing, and the tools needed for manufacturing the sheet metal components.

The component that has a thickness greater than zero and less than 12 mm is called a sheet metal component. It is easy to create components by using manufacturing processes such as bending, stamping, and so on. It is not possible to machine such a thin component. After creating a sheet metal component, you need to flatten it in order to find the strip layout. Based on the layout detail, you can design punch and die.

SURFACE DESIGN

The product and industrial designers give special importance to product styling and providing a unique shape to components. Generally, this is done to make the product look attractive and presentable. Most of the times, the product’s shape is managed using the surface modeling techniques. Surface models are three-dimensional models with no thickness and do not have mass properties.

The Surface Design workbench is also a parametric and feature-based environment, and is used to create wireframe or surface models. The tools in this workbench are similar to those in the Part Design workbench with the only difference that the tools in this environment are used to create basic and advanced surfaces.

Finite Element Analysis -FEA

TFEA consists of a computer model of a material or design that is stressed and analyzed for specific results. It is used in new product design, and existing product refinement. A company is able to verify a proposed design will be able to perform to the client's specifications prior to manufacturing or construction. Modifying an existing product or structure is utilized to qualify the product or structure for a new service condition. In case of structural failure, FEA may be used to help determine the design modifications to meet the new condition.

There are generally two types of analysis that are used in industry: 2-D modeling, and 3-D modeling. While 2-D modeling conserves simplicity and allows the analysis to be run on a relatively normal computer, it tends to yield less accurate results. 3-D modeling, however, produces more accurate results while sacrificing the ability to run on all but the fastest computers effectively. Within each of these modeling schemes, the programmer can insert numerous algorithms (functions) which may make the system behave linearly or non-linearly. Linear systems are far less complex and generally do not take into account plastic deformation. Non-linear systems do account for plastic deformation, and many also are capable of testing a material all the way to fracture.