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CAD/CAM Designing  

CAD stands for Computer-aided-Design. Computer aided design is the modeling of physical systems on computers, allowing both interactive and automatic analysis of design variants, and the expression of designs in a form suitable for manufacturing. CAD system is a combination of hardware and software that enables engineers and architects to design everything from furniture to airplanes.

Computer-aided Design describes the process of creating a technical drawing with the use of computer software and is used to increase the productivity of the designer, improve the quality of design, improve communications through documentation, and to create a database for manufacturing. CAD is used to design curves and figures in two-dimensional (2D) space, or curves, surfaces, and solids in three-dimensional (3D) space. The Professionals in this field are known as CAD technician, Who use software to create design plans for buildings and machinery. CAD technician, work in 2D design, known as surface modeling, and 3D design, known as solid modeling.

Computer-aided-Manufacturing is an application technology that uses computer software and machinery to facilitate and automate manufacturing processes. It uses computer software and hardware in the translation of Computer-aided Design models into manufacturing instructions for numerical controlled machine tools.

Computer aided Manufacturing systems provide vital component traceability, test system and product tracking capabilities within modern production assembly environments, helping to reduce waste, maintain output levels and quickly trace any defects back to their source. Computer aided Manufacturing is commonly linked to Computer aided Design (CAD) systems and the design is then converted into multiple computer-controlled processes, such as drilling or turning.


Courses and Eligibility

1. Student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with science subjects to get     admission into bachelor’s degree program.

2. Diploma in Mechanical / Civil Engineering.

3. B.E in Mechanical Engineering.

4. B.E in Civil Engineering.

5. Certification courses in CAD/CAM.



Graduates are employed in broad range of industries including construction, manufacturing and engineering, local government, Civil Service, electricity and water supply or the shipbuilding, telecommunications and broadcasting industries. Graduates are involved in creating design, plans for buildings and machinery.

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