We are providing quality training for CAD CAM Courses in Pune . In which we have designed specialized training modules for ANSYS, Autocad Electrical, AutoCad Mechanical, HVAC, REVIT, SOLID EDGE, SOLIDWORKS. We have given syllabus below

ANSYS Training

Ansys Course Contents: CAD CAM Courses in Pune 


  • What is FEA?
  • About ANSYS
  • ANSYS Basics

Starting ANSYS

  • ANSYS Workbench Environment
  • The GUI
  • Graphics and Picking
  • The Database and Files
  • Saving Files
  • Exiting ANSYS
  • File Types

General Analysis Procedure

  • Overview
  • Preliminary Decisions
  • Preprocessing
  • Solution
  • Post processing

Introduction to ANSYS Modeling

  • Direct Generation vs. Solid Modeling
  • Direct Generation
  • Creating nodes and elements
  • Filling between nodes
  • Setting Element Attributes

Solid Modeling

  • Bottom up
  • Using key points
  • Using lines, splines & arcs
  • Using areas and volumes (arbitrary)
  • Top Down


From Primitives

  • Creating rectangle, circle, polygon, block, cylinder, prism, sphere, cone and
  • Concepts of hard points, line fillets and area fillets.

Modeling with Boolean operations

  • Intersect
  • Add
  • Subtract
  • Overlap
  • Glue
  • Divide

Introduction to Coordinate Systems

Types of coordinate Systems

  • Global & Local
  • Active coordinate system

Introduction to Working Planes

  • Creating a new working plane
  • Moving and rotating the working plane

Modify / Transformation commands

  • Copy
  • Reflect
  • Move/ Modify
  • Scale
  • Model Creation by Extrusion
  • Sweeping key points along a trajectory to create lines
  • Revolving key points about an axis to create arcs or full circles, normal to
  • the axis
  • Sweeping lines or splines along a trajectory to get areas
  • Revolving lines, splines or arcs about an axis to create cylindrical areas.
  • Giving depth to an area to create a volume, normal to the area
  • Creating a volume with tapered faces
  • Sweeping an area along a trajectory to create a volume
  • Revolving an area about an axis to create a cylindrical volume
  • Extending Lines
  • Modifying an existing line by extending that line to a desired length
  • Creating a new line on the basis of an existing line, where the existing line
  • will not be modified.
  • Meshing

Introduction to elements

  • One Dimensional Elements
  • Two Dimensional Elements
  • Two and Half Dimensional Elements
  • Three Dimensional Elements
  • Quadrilateral Elements
  • Triangular Elements
  • Brick Elements
  • Tetrahedral Elements
  • Shell Elements

Introduction to Meshing

  • Mapped and free meshing
  • How to control mesh size?
  • How to use Mesh Tool?
  • Concatenation and its significance
  • Clearing mesh and re-meshing
  • Some useful meshing techniques

Numbering Controls

  • Merging Coincident Points
  • Compressing Item Numbers
  • Setting Start Number & viewing Start Number Status
  • Adding Number Offset
  • What is coupling and how to create coupled sets of nodes Static Structural Analysis Modal Analysis Thermal Analysis…

Duration: 45 Days

CAD CAM Courses in Pune 

AUTOCAD Electrical Training


  • AutoCAD® Electrical is a state of the art system tool purpose-built to create and modify   electrical control systems.
  • This includes the functionality of AutoCAD along with additional features like system libraries especially included for electrical design purposes.
  • The system libraries help designing, layouting, drafting and testing electrical circuits on various levels, thus helping in the entire build designing of any component.

Topics covered in our AutoCAD Electrical:

  • Basics of AutoCAD
  • Getting comfortable with the AutoCAD Environment
  • Electrical drawings and diagrams
  • Electrical, power and lighting system plans
  • Design and drawings of Lighting System
  • Design and drawings of Power System
  • Design and drawings of Power Distribution System
  • Circuit panels and Boards
  • Electrical schematic drawing
  • Electrical panel schedules
  • Electrical one line diagrams
  • Layouts for lighting showing lighting fixture, emergency lighting etc.
  • Pre-requisites for AutoCAD Electrical course


CV and interview preparation

  • Cv sample
  • Interview questionnaires
  • Mock interviews

Placement support

  • Unlimited Interview Calls,
  • References

Course Duration = 45 days

Program can be customized as per your requirements


AUTOCAD Mechanical Training

What is AutoCAD? : CAD CAM Courses in Pune 

AutoCAD is a Computer Aided Drafting and Designing Tool which helps Mechanical / Production Engineers to create and modify engineering drawings. It helps them to create plans, elevations and sectional views.

  • AutoCAD Courses is very useful to Diploma/Engineering students, not only in their academics but also while seeking any design related job. It is also useful for the professionals who want to upgrade their knowledge. There are many institutes for auto cad classes in pune but we train in a better way. We see to it that the theory and practical sessions go alternatively and effectively. In this manner, every concept gets simplified and is explained with adequate details in our Auto cad training Courses sessions.

AutoCAD course Contents:

Session 1

  • Introduction to AutoCAD environment, Line, Erase, Methods of specifying a point, Methods of object selection and de-selection, Object snapping points (End, Mid, Per, Nea), Methods of Drawing circle with menu bar & command line, Trim, Extend, Snapping points for circular objects (Cen, Qua, Tan), Ortho, Offset, Chamfer and Fillet.
  • (In each week, you will work on an assignment. At the end of your AutoCAD course, you will be assigned a Project.)

Session 2

  • Some other snapping points (Int, Ext, Par, App), Rectangle, Polygon, Explode, Construction Line, Ray, OSNAP, OSTRACK, POLAR TRACK, Dynamic Input, Copy, Move, Rotate, Scale, Stretch, Mirror, Arc command with menu bar and command line, Lengthen, Array, Change properties, Creating and managing layers, Single Line Text and Multi Line Text.

Session 3

  • Creating and Managing Text Styles, Block, Write Block, Insert, Changing UCS Origin, Hatch, Divide Measure, Break, Join, Point & Multiple point, Snapping for point (Node), Point style, Creating and managing tables, Enquiry commands and Display order, Dimensioning, Dimension Style, Multiline, Mledit, Polyline, Pedit, Grid, Snap and Limits.

Session 4

  • Drawing Units, Creating a drawing in Imperial Units, Ellipse, Isometric Drawing, Isometric Text and Dimensioning, Object Properties manager (OPM), Multiple Design Interface (MDI), Rename, Quickcalc, AutoCAD design centre (ADC), Quick Select and Tools Pallet, Raster Images, External Reference, Editing Drawings and Blocks with external reference.

Session 5

  • Creating & Editing Attributes, Creating BOM with Attribute, Drawing complex objects, Saving drawing to old AutoCAD version, DXF formats, Creating & Managing Templates, Exporting drawing to other formats, E-transmit, Drawing utilities, Plotting and Managing Layouts.

Project Work.

Test & Assignments.

Cv & Interview Preparation.

Placement Support.

HVAC Training

HVAC Fundamentals: CAD CAM Courses in Pune 

  • HVAC Fundamentals
  • Basic terminologies in HVAC: TR, COP, EER, SEER, IPLV, Btu, etc
  • Concepts of Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Fluid Flow
  • Pressure fundamentals, System Pressures and resistance.
  • Modes of heat transfer: Conduction, Convection and Radiation
  • Basic Refrigeration cycle
  • Equipment familiarization: Compressor, Condenser, Metering device and Evaporator
  • Analysis of VCC: Pressure – Enthalpy diagram
  • Introduction to Air Conditioning: Comfort and Process applications
  • Types of Air Conditioning Systems: All Air, All water, Air – Water and Direct refrigerant systems
  • Central and Compact air conditioning systems
  • Psychrometry: Psychrometric terms, Psychrometric processes, Use of
  • Psychrometric chart

Air Conditioning Load calculations:

  • Introduction to Air Conditioning load calculations
  • Load Estimation methods: Carrier E20, Carrier HAP, ASHRAE RTSM
  • Load Components: Sensible and latent
  • Building Survey, Outdoor and Indoor Climatic conditions
  • Calculation of U factor for Walls, Glass, Roof, Partitions.
  • Calculation of Temperature Difference for Walls, Glass, Roof, Partitions.
  • Concept of RSHF, GSHF, ESHF, ADP
  • Calculation of dehumidified cfm
  • Coil selection
  • Case study on load calculation: Manual method and using software

Duct Design

  • Industry practices in Duct design and estimation of flow quantities
  • Duct design: Manual calculations and by using software
  • Duct leakage testing.

HVAC Performance Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB)

  1. Introduction to Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB) 
  1. TAB Air system
  • Air Handling Unit: AHU types, Components, AHU testing and Evaluation of Reserve AHU capacity
  • Fan: Types, Fan laws, Fan and System curves, Fan testing.
  • Measuring Instruments and Limitations
  • Measurement of Air flows:
  1. TAB Hydronic system
  • Pumps: Types, Pump laws, pump and System curves, Pump testing
  • Types of pumping system: Primary, Primary-Secondary, Primary-Secondary and Tertiary
  • c) Measurement of Hydronic flows:
  • d) TAB Hydronic system: Procedures, Balancing hydronic system
  • e) V.Clean room Performance Testing (CPT)

1: Introduction to clean rooms, types of clean rooms and their applications 

2: Understanding

  • User Requirement Specifications (URS)
  • Design Qualification (DQ),
  • Installation Qualification (IQ),
  • Operation Qualification (OQ) and
  • Performance Qualification (PQ)

3: Understanding ISO 14644 Part 3 test Methods)

4: Clean room Performance Tests:

  • Airflow and Air velocity,
  • Air Pressure Difference,
  • Installed Filter Integrity test,
  • Room Particle count test,
  • Containment leak test,
  • Light level and Uniformity test, Sound level test, etc.
  1. Standards
  • Various national and international standards related to HVAC
  • VRF’s system for residential & commercial buildings.
  • Mechanical Ventilation for Car Parking & Basement area, Warehouses & Industrial Ventilation System
  • HVAC Project planning, bill of materials and specifications

COURSE Duration: 45 days

Revit Training

  • Basic Revit Architecture
  • Modeling concepts (walls, doors, etc), User interface, tools, elements and families Views, objects, sections and elevations Introduction to 3D Views Projects, templates, settings and linking of arch Project with MEP project for reference.
  • Mechanical (HVAC)
  • Volumes, zones and building analysis Heating/cooling definitions, loads and calculations HVAC system creation and layouts. Creating Spaces in close and open Areas in Multi-Level, Manually Creating Ductwork, Air Terminals, Secondary Supply Air Systems, Adding Mechanical Equipment,
  • Electrical
  • Specifying Electrical Systems, Defining Required Lighting, Lighting Fixtures Switches / Junction Boxes & Receptacles, Lighting Circuits, Creating Switch Systems, Power Loads, Balancing Wire Size-n-Breaker Services, Panel Schedules, Checking Your Design.
  • Plumbing and Fire Fighting
  • Designing, Creating and Drafting of pipes system, drains fittings, valves, valve assemblies and devices installed in a building for the distribution of water for drinking, heating and washing and the removal wastes, and working with pipes, tubing and plumbing fixtures in Projects. Sprinkler Design Schedules, Adding Sprinklers, Fire Protection Wet systems, Vertical Supply Piping, Pipe Diameters.
  • Creating documentation views, annotations & dimensions, detailing, Revit MEP families, sheets.


  • What is Solid Edge?
    • Solid Edge is a 3Dimensional, CAD oriented modeling software. It provides Drafting, Solid modeling and Assembly modeling functionalities. This software is very useful to engineers and designers.


    • This course is very beneficial for the engineering/ diploma students and designers. This course is also handy for the professionals, who want to upgrade their knowledge



    Solid Modeling:

    • Introduction
    • Creating Partsse2
    • Getting parts geometric information
    • Sketcher mode
    • Dimensioning
    • Sketch planes
    • Extruding, Revolving, Sweep features
    • Parametric Modeling
    • Modifying parts using History
    • Adding Fillet, Chamfer, Shell and Draft
    • Creating Patterns


    Assembly Design:

    • Creating Assembly Model
    • Managing Assembly Models
    • Defining Assembly constrains
    • se3



    Generative Drafting:

    • Generative Drafting
    • Plotting various views
    • Exploded Views and BOM
    • Dimensioning
    • Section, Detail and Auxiliary views
    • Annotations, Symbols and Datum


    Advance Surfacing:

    • Creating lofted features
    • Creating advance sweep features
    • Creating Tweak features
    • Modifying features
    • Advanced surface modeling


    Sheet Metal:

    • Introduction to Sheet Metal
    • Bend, Jog, Dimple and Flange featuresse4
    • Hole cut, Lofted Flange features
    • Creating Flat Pattern


    Photo Rendering:

    • Introduction to Rendering
    • Adding Lights
    • Applying Colors, Textures, Materials etc.
    • Applying user defined image on object


    Extra Features:

    • Import, Export using Solid-Edge
    • Solid-Edge File Management
    • Blue Print Reading.
    • How to apply Tolerances using IS Standards.


    Who Can Do This Course?



    Live Project

    Course Duration : 2 Month


  • Description:

    Solid Works Essentials teaches you how to use the Solid Works mechanical design automation software to build parametric models of parts and assemblies, and how to make drawings of those parts and assemblies.

    The topics covered in this course are:

    • Introduction
    • About This Course
    • Windows® XP
    • Use of Color


    Session 1: SolidWorks Basics and the User Interface

    • What is the SolidWorks Software
    • Design Intent
    • File References
    • Opening Files
    • The SolidWorks User Interface


    Session 2: Introduction to Sketching

    • 2D Sketching
    • Stages in the Process
    • Saving Files
    • What are We Going to Sketch?
    • Sketching
    • Sketch Entities
    • Basic Sketching
    • Rules That Govern Sketches
    • Design Intent
    • Sketch Relations
    • Dimensions
    • Extrude
    • Sketching Guidelines


    Session 3: Basic Part Modeling

    • Basic Modeling
    • Terminology
    • Choosing the Best Profile
    • Choosing the Sketch Plane
    • Details of the Part
    • Boss Feature
    • Sketching on a Planar Face
    • Cut Feature
    • Using the Hole Wizard
    • View Options
    • Filleting
    • Detailing Basics
    • Drawing Views
    • Center Marks
    • Dimensioning
    • Changing Parameters


    Session 4: Modeling a Casting or Forging

    • Case Study: Ratchet
    • Design Intent
    • Boss Feature with Draft
    • Symmetry in the Sketch
    • Sketching Inside the Model
    • View Options
    • Using Model Edges in a Sketch
    • Creating Trimmed Sketch Geometry
    • Using Copy and Paste


    Session 5: Patterning

    • Why Use Patterns?
    • Reference Geometry
    • Linear Pattern
    • Circular Patterns
    • Mirror Patterns
    • Using Pattern Seed Only
    • Sketch Driven Patterns


    Session 6: Revolved Features

    • Case Study: Handwheel
    • Design Intent
    • Revolved Features
    • Building the Rim
    • Building the Spoke
    • Edit Material
    • Mass Properties
    • File Properties
    • SolidWorks SimulationXpress
    • Using SolidWorks SimulationXpress
    • The SimulationXpress Interface


    Session 7: Shelling and Ribs

    • Shelling and Ribs
    • Analyzing and Adding Draft
    • Other Options for Draft
    • Shelling
    • Ribs
    • Full Round Fillets
    • Thin Features


    Session 8: Editing: Repairs

    • Part Editing
    • Editing Topics
    • Sketch Issues
    • FilletXpert
    • DraftXpert


    Session 9: Editing: Design Changes

    • Part Editing
    • Design Changes
    • Information From a Model
    • Rebuilding Tools
    • Sketch Contours
    • Editing with Instant 3D


    Session 10: Configurations

    • Configurations
    • Using Configurations
    • Creating Configurations
    • Link Values
    • Equations
    • Configure Dimension / Feature
    • Modeling Strategies for Configurations
    • Editing Parts that Have Configurations
    • Design Library


    Session 11: Using Drawings

    • More About Making Drawings
    • Section View
    • Model Views
    • Broken View
    • Detail Views
    • Drawing Sheets and Sheet Formats
    • Projected Views
    • Annotations


    Session 12: Bottom-Up Assembly Modeling

    • Case Study: Universal Joint
    • Bottom-Up Assembly
    • Creating a New Assembly
    • Position of the First Component
    • FeatureManager Design Tree and Symbols
    • Adding Components
    • Using Part Configurations in Assemblies
    • Sub-assemblies
    • Smart Mates
    • Inserting Sub-assemblies
    • Pack and Go


    Session 13: Using Assemblies

    • Using Assemblies
    • Analyzing the Assembly
    • Checking for Clearances
    • Changing the Values of Dimensions
    • Exploded Assemblies
    • Explode Line Sketch
    • Bill of Materials
    • Assembly Drawings


    Appendix: Templates

    • Options Settings
    • Document Templates

    Duration:  40 Hours