Unigraphics Training Institute In Delhi

Innovative center of design register as QEMIQ PRIVATE LIMITED is one stop solution for all your CAD/CAM training problems. This is the best institute for providing training in CAD/CAM software in Delhi. Unigraphics NX is one of the highest rated CAD/CAM software nowadays. Unigraphics NX is rated high because this software creates a new trend in designing field as this is easiest and accurate. ICD trained students in unigraphics NX from basic to advance level. Injection mould/mold designing, part designing, surfacing, drafting, assembly, simulation etc are parts of unigraphics NX software training. These are the modules of our training in unigraphics NX software course. We believe in customer satisfaction and time limitation is not the part of our institute, there is no fix time schedule of completion of part designing or mould designing training. This institute makes and decorates engineers and guide the way of success to students. this is the best institute for providing training to students in Delhi. R.S.TOOLS the workshop of ICD situated in Delhi where we provide practical coaching to students. ICD has its own fully developed manufacturing workshop. ICD provides best courses modules to trainees in part designing and injection mould tool designing.


2D DRAWINGS OR SKETCHING: – 2D drawing or sketching is the base of training or we say centre point of training of this software. 2D sketching means making drawings on two planes or we say we have to give two dimensions to every curve. Drawing sketches easily understandable and within two weeks this module is completed in ICD. Dimensioning and constraints are most important commands in drawing sketches because every drawing have some dimensions and constraints, without these two command user can’t make drawing fully dimensioned that’s why these two are important. These drawings are also used in automotive and aerospace design, as well as in the development of industrial products and equipment. This modules making of sketches on different planes, editing sketches, sketching on faces etc. 2D drawing is widely used in industries, most of the machines are running with these drawings such as wire cut.

SOLID MODELING OR 3D MODELING: – After finishing 2D drawing our second module is solid modelling or 3D modelling. When we extrude our drawing sketches or we say when we add 3rd Z-axis dimension to our drawing resulting model is said to be 3D model. 3D modelling makes those models which are easily measurable by measuring instruments like vernier calliper, micrometer, degree head, etc. when we enter in 3D modelling environment our CSYS changes to 3 dimensioned and from there we start our solid modelling or we say convert our 2D model into 3D model. This is not important for all 3D modelling we can start our 3D modelling without entering into 3D environment by using required shape such as block, cone, cylinder, etc. Those which are not measurable are not designing in 3D modelling, this modules is for measurable parts. This module takes around 3 to 4 weeks for completion. Together, the principles of geometric and solid modeling form the foundation of computer-aided design and in general support the creation, exchange, visualization, animation, interrogation, and annotation of digital models of physical objects. This module includes datum creation, adding different features to body, sheet designing, pattern features, pattern bodies, mirror, translate, move, etc. features like hole, tapper, draft, offset are easily added to bodies on solid modelling by this unigraphics NX software. In mostly institutes this is the last step of part designing and the students didn’t know how to make non dimensioned parts in unigraphics NX. Solid models like gears, pens, rotating discs etc are easily modelled in unigraphics.

 SURFACING OR REVERSE ENGINEERING: –After 3D modelling surfacing or reverse engineering module starts where we design non measurable parts like helmets, cartoon characters, car body, etc using STL data or facet body or scan data. Scan data is white light scanning data created by 3D scanners. Surfacing module is little bit tough part and hardest module in training of unigraphics NX software. This module is rare in other institutes and we have a 3D scanner for students for proper knowledge of designing on scan data. Among thousands of part designers scan data part designer is rarely found. Although surface and solid models appear the same on screen, they are quite different. Surface models cannot be sliced open as can solid models. In addition, in surface modelling, the object can be geometrically incorrect; whereas, in solid modelling, it must be correct.. Surfaces are made in sheets on scan data we have and make those sheets solid at the end by sew or thicken command. This module takes around 5-6 weeks or more. This module includes sheet creation, converting sheets to solid or solid to sheets, making zigzag patterns by sheets, aligning STL data (centre), etc. Designing on STL data is a unique think and innovative thing to do for designing geek candidates. Our surfaces are divided into two parts i.e. A grade surface and C grade surfaces, we prefer A grade surfaces for all parts. Collected 3D data is useful for a wide variety of applications. These devices are used extensively by the entertainment industry in the production of movies and video games. Other common applications of this technology include industrial design, orthotics and prosthetics, reverse engineering and prototyping, quality control/inspection and documentation of cultural artifacts.

 DRAFTING AND ASSEMBLING: – This module is easy and takes less time as compare to other modules. Drafting means making 2D data of solid models arranged in views. This includes first angle projection and third angle projection in centre. Exporting proper drawings as required is called drafting. This is easy and takes 3 classes for completion. This drafting is carried out after finishing part designing. 3D drafting is generally considered a more realistic approach to drafting because its renderings most accurately resemble real-life objects. Assembling means fitting different parts of same main part is called assembly. A 3D CAD system (such as Key Creator, Autodesk Inventor, or Solid Works) first produces the geometry of the part; the technical drawing comes from user defined views of that geometry. 3D CAD allows individual parts to be assembled together to represent the final product. This includes simulation, movement of parts, and arrangement of parts in proper manner, etc and takes 4 to 5 classes for completion.

ANALYSIS: – Analysis is basically a part of tool designing but we ICD teaches in part designing course. Analysis means adding details to a body such as weight, proper material to body, shrinkage, density, etc. This is calculating module of designing and takes 2 classes for completion. One of the most common examples of engineering analysis is finite element analysis or FEA. FEA is one of the most commonly used and powerful feature of the CAD software. To carry out the analysis of object by using FEA, the object is divided into finite number of small elements of shapes like rectangular or triangular.