Pro Mech Training

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Validate your ‪skills‬ and ‪‎expertise‬ against industry standards.

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CATIA Mechanical Design Fundamentals

Trainee will learn how to build simple parts and assemblies in CATIA, and how to make simple drawings of those parts and assemblies.

 

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CATIA Mechanical Design Advanced

Trainee will learn how to start a complex design project from its specifications (top down approach) and complete it by reusing existing data. It will focus on advanced skills and concepts that enable you to create and analyze complex parts and assemblies.

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CATIA Surface Design Essentials

Trainee will learn how to use the Generative Shape Design tools to create wire-frames and surfaces and the concept of hybrid design and how to use it while creating these wire-frames and surfaces.

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CATIA Reverse Engineering Essentials

Trainee will learn how to import the digitized data (scans or clouds of points) and you will familiarize yourself with the Mesh Creation and extracting characteristic curves. And creation of surfaces using a given Point Cloud data. Also will learn how to use these features in real time industrial scenario.

 

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CATIA Sheet Metal Design Essentials

Trainee will learn how to design a sheetmetal part using associative feature-based modeling. Integrating both standard and user-defined stamped features into his designs and calculate the resulting flat patterns in accordance with either the standard bend allowances or his company’s bend allowance tables.

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CATIA Mold Tooling Essentials

Trainee will learn how to design an injection mold and its components using standard and user defined catalogs. Also will learn the design process with the help of industrial examples.

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CATIA Structural Analysis (Finite Element Analysis For Designers)

Trainee will be introduced to the concepts and benefits of Finite Element Analysis and the general analysis process. It will teach you how to prepare a model for analysis, create 1D, 2D and 3D FE models, and compute a simple static analysis for a single part or an assembly.

 

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ABAQUS Unified FEA Introduction (Finite Element Analysis)

Trainee will be able to …

  • Use Abaqus/CAE to create complete finite element models.
  • Use Abaqus/CAE to submit and monitor analysis jobs.
  • Use Abaqus/CAE to view and evaluate simulation results.
  • Solve structural analysis problems using Abaqus/Standard and Abaqus/Explicit.
  • Including the effects of material non-linearity, large deformations and contacts.

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ABAQUS Analysis Advanced Topics (Finite Element Analysis)

This course depends on the discipline of customer interest such as (Metal Forming or Fracture orbulking, etc.).

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3D Laser Scanning (Reverse Engineering)

Our training courses on reverse engineering provide you with the skills and knowledge you need for your surface reconstruction projects, whether for analysis or manufacturing purposes. Our Creaform Campus trainers will guide you through every step in the reverse engineering process so that you are able to carry out your projects.

 

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CNC Machining and Programming Fundamentals

Trainee will learn how to use various functionalities common across all the Machining workbenches in CATIA. Also the fundamentals of creating and simulating a Manufacturing Program. Also will learn to create 2.5 Axis Milling operations and use the functionalities for creating Prismatic Machining and Rework Areas.

Trainee will learn how to define 3-Axis Roughing, Semi-finishing and Finishing operations. And will also help to improve productivity in mold and die machining using various functionalities of 3-Axis Surface Machining.

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CATIA Prismatic Machining Fundamentals (2.5-Axis)

Trainee will learn how to use various functionalities common across all the Machining workbenches in CATIA. Also the fundamentals of creating and simulating a Manufacturing Program. Also will learn to create 2.5 Axis Milling operations and use the functionalities for creating Prismatic Machining and Rework Areas.

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CATIA Milling Machining Essentials (3-Axis)

Trainee will learn how to define 3-Axis Roughing, Semi-finishing and Finishing operations. And will also help to improve productivity in mold and die machining using various functionalities of 3-Axis Surface Machining.

 

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