The training sessions on computer-aided surface modeling and design will enable you to master all the modeling and design steps you need for your design, product development, and mechanical design projects.
Our Creaform Campus trainers will teach you effective ways to increase work efficiency and quality. They will also help guide you through project startup to help you optimize your work methods.
- Model-building techniques (non-parametric and parametric)
- Applied methodology
- Manufacturing processes (plastic and machined parts)
- Part dimensioning on 2D drawings
- Surface construction
- Class A surface construction
- Generic models for recurrent projects
- Developing catalogues of 3D components
- Digital simulation
This course teaches participants CAD techniques that they can use to optimize models using computer-aided design software.
- Become familiar with the interface
- Apply the design rules
- Make a computer-aided design of an object using simple constructive solid geometry that is well-organized and easily modified
- CATIA V5
- Siemens PLM Software NX
- Solid Edge
- PTC Creo (Pro-E)
This course is designed to familiarize project managers, engineers, and technicians involved in design processes with the digital simulation tools that are available. At the end of the course, participants will have a good understanding of these tools and their requirements and specific features so as to take maximum advantage of them in carrying out their projects.
- Understand what digital simulation is
- Know the benefits of digital simulation
- Understand where to use digital simulation in a design project
- Optimize design processes by reducing the number of prototypes
- Be familiar with various types of analyses and their features and uses
- Understand the requirements for producing a good simulation
- Analyze specific cases handled by the Creaform team