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Project based Designing in Auto-CAD

Project based Training Program:

AutoCAD is a computer-aided drafting software program used to create blueprints for buildings, bridges, machine parts and computer chips, among other things. Discover how AutoCAD is used by drafters and other professionals. AutoCAD is a computer-aided design (CAD) program used for 2-D and 3-D design and drafting. AutoCAD is developed and marketed by Autodesk Inc. and was one of the initial CAD programs that could be executed on personal computers. 
While drafters work in a number of specialties, the five most common specialization areas are as follows: mechanical, architectural, civil, electrical, electronics.
Mechanical drafters prepare plans for machinery and mechanical devices.
Architectural drafters draw up plans for residential and commercial buildings.
Civil drafters draw up plans for use in the design and building of roadways, bridges, sewer systems and other major projects.
Electrical drafters work with electricians to prepare diagrams of wiring electrical system layouts.
Electronics drafters also prepare wiring diagrams for use in the making, installing and repairing of electronic gadgets.

Salient Features of Training Program:

Training Objective:
  • This short course is designed to ensure that the trainees with academic Capabilities will have the skill set needed to deal with the challenges involved in real-world 2d and 3d designing using autocad to meet the needs of industries both today and in the future.
  • The trainees should be able to visualize and convert ideas into design .

Training Topics in Brief:

  • Sessions:
    • Introduction of Auto CAD  software's,
    • features and Drawing Tools for 2D
  • Labs:
    • Using of Drawing Tools and editing tools in Graphic Window
    • Designing by using Drawing Tools and editing tools. ( 7 labs)
  • Sessions:
    • Introduction of Modifying  Tools , Contraints.
    • Concept of Dimension and layers.
  • Labs:
    • Proper Application of modifying tools. (3 labs )
    • Desinging with the use of contraints. (1 lab )
    • Giving  Dimensions . (1 lab )
  • ​Session:
    • ​Concepts of planes and isometric views. 
  • Labs:
    • ​Isometric Drawing of Objects.( 4 labs )
    • Introduction of  Drawing Tools in 3D modeling.( 1 labs ) 
    • Creating 3D objects.( 3 labs)
    • Introduction of modiying  tools in 3D modeling.( 1 labs )
    • Applying modify tools in 3D design.(2 labs )  
    • Giving Dimension.(1 lab )
  • Good IQ and Aptitude is required. Ability to use computer systems, general understanding about operating system concepts are assumed.


The Duration of Training would be:
  • 24 working days.
  • There would be
    • 5 Classroom Sessions of 2 hours each
    • 24 Lab sessionsof 4 hours each
    • 106 Hours of Training.
Training Methodology:
  • Hands on approach to training, behaviorial model of training would be practiced.
  • During the training, the Trainee would implement a projects related to respective modules.
  • Comitment to Individual growth and constant evaluation.
  • Implementation of programming techniques through a Project.

After the training is over the trainee should be able to:
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  • EmbLogic would issue/provide the following
    • Project Report for Submitting into their college.
    • Project presentaation and demonstration assistance.
    • Completed Project (by the trainee).
    • Certificate of Completion for the training and Project as mentioned above.

About AutoCAD:

In simple words, AutoCAD is a commercial software application used to draft 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional models with the aid of a computer. Although this description provides  an all-encompassing explanation of what AutoCAD is used for, it does not break down its uses into the specialized units the software is known for. Therefore, I shall outline 5 practical ways in which the CAD software can be made used of.


AutoCAD provides its users with an intuitive user-interface that comes with built-in design lay-outs. These lay-outs include numerous templates that were specifically designed for architectural planning and building construction. So with an adequate knowledge of AutoCAD, anyone can take on projects that consist of designing architectural plans for construction purposes or building structures to be replicated in real-time.
Newer versions of AutoCAD also provide architects and builders with the analytical tools needed to analyze a building’s components and troubleshoot the stress and load levels of every support structure of a virtually designed building. This means that with AutoCAD, you can create an architectural plan, design a building and carry out specific analysis to know the buildings capacity and strengths before replicating it on a physical site.
The drawing of engineering components, infrastructure designs and analyzing HVAC systems plays a major role in most engineering –Civil, Mechanical, Systems and Electrical engineering— fields. And to do this while minimizing human errors, the use of a computer aided design application is recommended.
AutoCAD is one of the recommended design software applications because it provides professionals in these niches with unique drafting tools that can be used to bring their engineering ideas to life with the accuracy they require. So in this stead, AutoCAD serves as software for designing mechanical components, analyzing electrical and piping systems and solving design issues that may arise.
Although there are arguable more advanced graphic design tools in the computer aided design community, AutoCAD’s innate features that enable its users plan out architectural spaces, map them out and take advantage of the available space makes it a formidable design tool that can be used simultaneously with 3D Max, Maya and other design/animation tools when the need arises.
AutoCAD supports the use of DWG and DXF files which can be exported from its interface to those of other advanced CAD applications to aid animation projects. This means that as an animator or graphics designer, you can take advantage of AutoCAD to create building structures and architectural plans which can now be exported for further design additions on advanced modeling applications.
To create a 3D printed object, an individual must go through these three processes; choose the object, get a virtual 3D representation of the chosen object, and then feed the 3D printer this prototype to carry out the 3D printing process. It is clear to see—from the 3D printing process—that a model design tool or software definitely has a part to play and this is where AutoCAD comes in. With AutoCAD, 3D printing enthusiasts can create be-spoke 3D models on its workspace for use in the 3D printing process.
AutoCAD also ensures that file compatibility is not an issue for you can design your models on its interface and export your designs in the preferred ‘.stl’ format which most 3D printers and slicing software functions with.
It is important to understand that the design pattern of every diamond, shining stone or jewelry you have had the pleasure of either wearing or viewing did not come by chance but from careful design considerations and plans. AutoCAD is a design software that comes with required tools needed to draft and design virtually anything of your choice, and the design of certain fashion items is no exception.
This CAD software and intuitive interface, un-complicates the complications that comes with designing intricate shapes consisting of octagons, tetrahedrons and many more shapes you or I may have no knowledge of.
The goal of every manufacturing and industrial organization is to make enough money to cover the cost accrued in producing any product and AutoCAD helps reduce that cost in many ways. With the use of its CAD interface, industrialists can design working prototypes of virtually any object as well as test its functionality during the design process.
AutoCAD provides the tools to both design the initial prototype as well as tweak its ergonomics before the need to sink money into the actually production comes up.

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