Designer Mechanical is responsible for identifying customer’s Design Requirements, creating a Design Brief, planning Design Activities, creating & evaluating Design Options, creating Detailed Design using 2D and 3D Software and obtaining Design Validations from production and maintenance considerations. The job involves understanding customer’s requirement with respect to mechanical engineering equipment and establish a design brief, further allocate responsibilities and resources to each activity, and ensure that the complete design process is completed within agreed timelines while complying with all relevant regulations. Typical Job Roles (Positions) - Product Designer, Design Engineer, Draftsman, CAM Programmer, Sheet metal Engineer, Tool Designer, CAD Engineer etc.
01-05-2023 to 31-07-2023
CSC/Q0405 NSQF LEVEL- 5
This month introduces the course's emphasis on the relationship between the teacher and the curriculum. The sessions this month deal with three basic topics. These topics will help to broaden your understanding of curriculum and the ways in which it effects students’ experience.Topic List : SEE ALL
This month introduces the course's emphasis on datum, swept and hole features, trim body and expressions. We also emphasis on coordinate systems, part navigator, associative copies and face and edge operations. In this month last we emphasis on basic freeform, assembly constraints, component arrays with drafting, top down assembly modelling and synchronous modelling.Topic List : SEE ALL
This month introduces the course's emphasis on Program generation and operation methods. and also emphasis on introduction to CAE and managing CAE analysis data, meshing and mesh quality with boundary conditions and linear and nonlinear static analysis.Topic List : SEE ALL
Designer Mechanical Course Trainer
Computer numerically controlled programmers operate factory machines that convert raw materials into functional objects. They are responsible for reading and interpreting design blueprints, programming the CNC machine, and adjusting the machine settings until the desired specifications are met.
In today’s industrial environment, the manufacturing process relies on CNC machining tools. The different operations are performed through an automated process, and CNC machines operate various types of equipment. The manufactures have replaced the operator’s required equipment with CNC machining tools. Using CNC tools, it is possible to produce suitable and precise industrial products more accurately.