Solid Works: SolidWorks is a 3D computer-aided design (CAD) software developed by Dassault Systèmes. It’s widely used by mechanical engineers for designing and simulating mechanical components and assemblies. SolidWorks offers powerful tools for modeling, rendering, and conducting stress and motion analyses, making it valuable for product design and engineering.

Fusion 360: Fusion 360 is a cloud-based CAD/CAM/CAE software developed by Autodesk. It’s popular among mechanical engineers for its versatility and collaborative features. Fusion 360 allows engineers to design 3D models, perform simulations, and generate toolpaths for manufacturing. Its cloud-based nature enables real-time collaboration and data access from anywhere, making it suitable for distributed engineering teams.

What You’ll Learn:

Solid Works  and  Fusion 360
– Introduction on Solid Works and Fusion 360 Programs
– Create Sketch on Solid Works
– Create Feature 3D Module ( Extrude, Cutting Extrude, Mirror, Pattern, Revolve…)
– Create Mechanical Components
– Assembly the Mechanical Components
– Making Technical Drawing for Projects
– Learning Technics of Making Projects
– Modify Projects
– Introduction to CAM and CNC
– Fabrication CNC ( Laser, Plasma, Waterjet, … )
– Milling 2D and 3D Axis
– Simulating Projects
Duration:  1.5  MONTH