Mechanical 2 Months Software Training

Earlier it was believed that mechanical engineering is a field where you have to only work in industry but now a days mechanical is also becoming one of a field where you required software skills as well as industrial knowledge.

So universities did mandatory for students to get software as well as industrial training. So for giving students a hassle free opportunity we provide 2+4 Industrial training program for the mechanical B.Tech. student that they required to do to complete their degree.


An automobile (or automotive) is a vehicle that is capable of propelling itself. Since seventeenth century, several attempts have been made to design and construct a practically operative automobile.
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  • Introduction
  • Auto-Motive Electronics
  • Variable Valve Timing
  • Engine(2,4,6 Stroke)
  • Anti Lock Braking System
  • EGR System
  • Single/Multi Point Fuel Injection System

Mechanical structure is primarily a way to group lines, arcs, and circles (geometry) as parts, and later, group parts as assemblies.
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  • Introduction to CAD
  • Line & Line Type
  • Arc & Circle
  • Fillet, Chamfer
  • Introduction to 3D
  • Trim
  • Text & Block
  • Leader
  • Layer Properties
  • Extrude
  • Remove
  • Loft & Sweep

SolidWorks (stylized as SOLIDWORKS) is a solid modeling computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE) computer program that runs on Microsoft Windows. SolidWorks is published by Dassault Systèmes
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  • Introduction to Solid Work
  • Part Design
  • Features and Sketchers
  • Assembly Design
  • Mates of Assembly
  • Surface Modelling
  • Sheet Metal
  • Drawing
  • Detailing

CATIA (an acronym of computer aided three-dimensional interactive application) (in English, usually pronounced /kəˈtiə/) is a multi-platform computer-aided design
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  • Introduction to Catia
  • Concept Designs
  • Part Design
  • Pocket Designing
  • Industrial Sketch Parts
  • Assembly Designs
  • Mating Concepts
  • Drawing

The Cre-lox system, derived from P1 bacteriophage, is a potent and specific system for controlling gene expression.
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  • Introduction to CRE-O
  • Sketcher
  • 3D Commands
  • Rendering Tools
  • Assembly Modeling
  • Surface Modeling
  • Core-Cavity Design
  • Drawing
  • Drafting


  • Introduction to CAM
  • CNC Work Processes
  • Milling Operations
  • UCS
  • MCS
  • Surface Process
  • Tool Specification
  • Surface Finishing

The term “CNC” is a generic term which can be used to describe many types of device, this would include plotters, vinyl cutters, 3D printers, milling machines and others. CNC stands for Computer Numerically Controlled and basically
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  • Introduction to CNC
  • Co-ordinate Systems
  • Work Settings & Offsets
  • G Codes
  • M Codes
  • Tool Movement
  • Open Loop System
  • Interpolation
  • Feed Function