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Embark on an innovative adventure with CADDQuest’24 – it’s fresh and more bigger where we blend technology and education to mould the future engineers and architects. Whether you’re a seasoned professional aiming to elevate your skills or a fresher navigating the expansive world of design & technology, CADDQuest is your pathway to excellence.

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CAD Courses Available for Mechanical and Civil Students

The following courses will help  Mechanical students get the industry level knowledge and help them to get jobs easily

  1. AutoCAD Course
  2. Siemens NX Course
  3. SOLIDWORKS Course
  4. 3D Modeler Course
  5. AutoCAD 2D Course
  6. Creo Parametric Course
  7. Autodesk Inventor Course
  8. Solid Edge Course
  9. Ansys Course
  10. Catia Course
  11. Hypermesh Course
  12. Unigraphics Course

The following courses will help Civil Engineering students get industry-level knowledge and help them get jobs easily

  1. AutoCAD Course
  2. Architectural Designer Course
  3. 3Ds Max Course
  4. V-ray Course
  5. Revit Course
  6. BIM Course
  7. AutoCAD 2D and 3D  Course
  8. Autodesk Revit Course
  9. Lumion Course
  10. RCC Detailer Course
  11. ETABS Course
  12. STAAD Pro Courses
  13. MSP (Miceo Soft Project) for Civil Engineering

The following courses will help IT and Computer Science Engineering students get industry-level knowledge and help them get jobs easily

  1. Python Course (For Data Analytics, Data Science, Back End Development and much more)
  2. Java Programming Course (Data Science, Development and many more)
  3. Data Analytics (Used in almost all the fields)

The following courses will help Civil Engineering students get industry-level knowledge and help them get jobs easily

  1. Electrical computer-aided design (ECAD Course
  2. AutoCAD Electrical Course

AutoCAD can be defined as the use of computer systems to assist in the creation, modification, optimization of a design. In this, we can create both 2D and 3D drawings used in construction and manufacturing. It was developed by John Walker in 1982 with the help of AUTODESK and maintained it successfully. It is most commonly used for creating and modifying 2D & 3D designs for professional drafting with detail measurement information about the conceptual design and layout of the product, also available in 14 different languages with respect to location. Users can customize the CAD software with available add-on apps as per project requirements. User specialized tool setting can be done to view and design product in wireframe and surface modeling. Widely preferred in the industries of mechanical, telecom, civil, architectural engineering. It stands on demand to students and industries because of its requirements.

As a CAD Drafter, you could use AutoCAD across various industries. In mechanical engineering, you might use it to create manufacturing processes and design motor parts, robots and other innovative objects. In electrical engineering, you might use it to map out electrical systems, and in civil engineering, you might use it as you help to design bridges and roads. Here are other professionals who use AutoCAD:

Architects: AutoCAD is often used to create blueprints and floor plans for houses and commercial buildings. It also has built-in tools for analyzing and remedying building design weaknesses.

Interior Designers: Similarly, AutoCAD can be used to imagine the interior of a building, whether it’s an eating space for a restaurant or a living space in a home.

Fine Artists: AutoCAD’s abilities are so wide-ranging that even artists use it to draft sculptures, wood carvings, engravings, and experimental art pieces.

AutoCAD is computer-aided design software developed by Autodesk (hence the name). It allows you to draw and edit digital 2D and 3D designs more quickly and easily than you could by hand. The files can also be easily saved and stored in the cloud to be accessed anywhere. 

Easy Edits: Before the age of computers, designers had to manually revise designs. They would have to create an entirely new draft or edit the draft they had, which could become messy and difficult to interpret. With AutoCAD, designers can easily change and manipulate designs.

Faster Production: You can create a re-useable block library to replicate design parts. Did you get a window system that works well? Use it again. A manufacturing component that you’ll need over and over? Please save it to your block library to increase efficiencies. Saved files can be used and re-used later, which makes the design process faster than if you did it by hand.

Better Accuracy: You can only draw something so small by hand, but AutoCAD allows you to design down to fractions. This creates a more accurate design in all dimensions.

AutoCAD is a commercial computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting software application. Developed and marketed by Autodesk,

[1] AutoCAD was first released in December 1982 as a desktop app running on microcomputers with internal graphics controllers.

[2] Before AutoCAD was introduced, most commercial CAD programs ran on mainframe computers or minicomputers, with each CAD operator (user) working at a separate graphics terminal.

[3] AutoCAD is also available as a mobile and web App. AutoCAD is primarily used for 2D drawings, and even though 3D modelling is available in AutoCAD, other computer-aided design software like Fusion 360, Inventor, and Solidworks are preferred for 3D modelling.

CADD Centre Bangalore Offers Training on the below courses.

Upcoming Civil CAD/ Architectural/ Interior Design Courses

  • Autocad for Civil / Architectural 
  • Revit Architecture Training
  • 3ds Max Classes
  • Google Sketch up  
  • V-Ray Classes
  • Staad-Pro Training
  • Revit  Mep Classes
  • Revit Structure  Classes
  • Lumion Classes
  • Primavera Classes
  • MSP (Micro Soft Project) and More

Upcoming Mechanical CAD / Aeronautical CAD Courses

  • Autocad 2D and 3D Classes
  • Solid Works Training
  • Catia Classes
  • Nx CAD / Unigraphics
  • Creo / Pro-E Classes
  • Ansys Classes
  • Hypermesh Classes
  • GD & T Classes
  • NX-CAM Classes

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