About AutoCAD Course

AutoCAD, which stands for “Automatic Computer-Aided Design,” is a powerful and widely used software application in the field of mechanical engineering. It is a computer-aided design (CAD) software developed by Autodesk.

AutoCAD plays a pivotal role in mechanical engineering by accelerating the design process, improving accuracy, and facilitating communication among team members and stakeholders. Its versatility and extensive feature set make it an essential tool for professionals in the mechanical engineering field.

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Why Choose Us

  1. From Fundamentals to Advanced: SKYSYS Engineering cover AutoCAD from the ground up, starting with the basics and gradually progressing to advanced topics. No matter your current skill level, you’ll find value in this course.

  2. Hands-On Experience: SKYSYS Engineering believe in learning by doing. Throughout the course, you’ll work on hands-on projects and exercises to reinforce your understanding of AutoCad concepts. 

  3. Interactive Learning: SKYSYS Engineering training sessions are highly interactive, allowing you to engage with instructors and fellow students. You’ll have opportunities to ask questions, seek clarification, and collaborate on projects.

  4. Project Portfolio: By the end of the course, you’ll have a portfolio of React.js projects to showcase to potential employers. These projects will demonstrate your expertise and problem-solving abilities.

  5. Flexibility: SKYSYS Engineering understand that life can be busy, so we offer flexible training options. Choose from in-person classes, live online sessions, or self-paced modules to fit your schedule and learning style.

  6. Small Class Sizes: SKYSYS Engineering maintain small class sizes to provide personalized attention to each student. This fosters a supportive learning environment where your questions are always welcome.
  7. Career Guidance: We’re not just focused on teaching; we’re invested in your success. Our career guidance and job placement assistance help you transition into a rewarding career in design or engineering.

AutoCAD Course Content


DAY : 1

CAD DESK, AutoCAD, GUI, Commands,
use of mouse and keyboard, File
extensions, Limits (LI), units (UN),
selection, Views

DAY : 2

2D Drafting
Drawing Toolbar –Point (Po), Coordinate systems (PCS [@L<A]; RCS
[@x, y], ACS [x, y]), Line (L),
Construction Line (XL), Polyline (PL)
[2D & 3D], Ray (RAY), Point style
manager (DDPTYPE)

DAY : 3

Circle (C), Ellipse (EL), Arc (A), Polygon
(POL), Rectangle (REC)

DAY : 4

Spline (SPL), Divide (DIV), Measure
(MEA), Donut (DO), Wipeout (WI),
Hatch (H), Gradient (GRA), Boundary

DAY : 5

Drafting Setting Toolbar –Infer
constraint (INFE), Snap (F9), Grid (F7),
Ortho (F8), Polar (F10), Object Snap (F3),
3D object Snap (F4), Object Track (F11),
Dynamic UCS (F6), Dynamic Input (F12),
Line weight, Quick property, selection

DAY : 6

Modifying Toolbar –Move (M), Rotate
(RO), Scale (SC), Erase (E), Copy (CO),
Mirror (MI), Trim (TR), Extend (EX),
Explode (X), Stretch (S), Offset (O),
Array (AR), Fillet (F), Chamfer (CHA)

DAY : 7

Edit – Polyline (PE), Spline (SPE), Hatch
(HE), Array, lengthen (LEN), Join (J),
Break (BR)

DAY : 8

Annotation –Single line text (DT),
multi-line text (T), Dimensions (Qdim),
multileader (MLD), Table (TB)

DAY : 9

Styles Managers– Text Style (ST),
Dimension style (D), Multileader style
(MLS), Table Style (TS)

DAY : 10

Layer –Layer Property manager (LA),
Layer Isolation (LAISO), Layer
Unisolation (LAUNISO)
Block– Make Block (B), Insert Block (I),
Dynamic Input, Block Attribute

DAY : 11

Properties – Object Color, Line weight
(LW), Line type (LT), List (LI), Match
Property (MA), Filter (FI)
Group – Make group (G), Ungroup
(UNG), Group edit

DAY : 12

Palettes – Tool palettes (TP), Design
Center (DC)

DAY : 13

Parametric – Geometric and
Dimensional Constraints

DAY : 14

Express Tools – Auto Numbered, Arc
Text, Break line symbol, Super hatch

DAY : 15

Linking and Extraction – Data link, Data
extraction, special paste, OLE

DAY : 16

Plotting – Printing setting, Layout,
Import, Export, Workspace

DAY : 17

Demo on Advance Software – Demo
on creo,catia,Solidworks.

DAY : 18

Introduction – View manager, Visual
style, 3D Modeling

DAY : 19

Solid Editing toolbar,Solid Editing

DAY : 20

Modifying toolbar, Material, Lights,
Camera, Render, Animation

DAY : 21-30

Projects on Automobile and other

Career Opportunities

AutoCAD Mechanical is a specialized software application used for mechanical engineering design and drafting. It offers a wide range of tools and features tailored to the needs of mechanical engineers and designers.

Mechanical Drafter

Mechanical drafters use AutoCAD Mechanical to create detailed drawings, blueprints, and schematics of mechanical components and systems. They work closely with engineers to turn design concepts into precise technical drawings.

Mechanical Designer

Mechanical designers use AutoCAD Mechanical to develop detailed design layouts for mechanical systems and machinery. They focus on optimizing designs for functionality, manufacturability, and safety.

CAD Technician

CAD technicians work with AutoCAD Mechanical to assist engineers and designers in creating and modifying mechanical drawings and documentation. They often play a supporting role in the design process.

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