Understand Manufacturing Drawing Quick & Correct -English
- Ability to learn
- Willingness to develop Technical Mindset
This course will be delivered in English language.
Learning the manufacturing drawing is something fundamental to any person involved with the production of any component. This course will serve as a manual and quick reference for all those who wish to read and understand the drawings correctly.
Engineering drawing is a logical portrayal of an object or component in such a way that the reader can recreate the object accurately and effortlessly. Engineering drawing is something very distant from the pictures drawn by a painter. The main difference is in perspective view and orthographic view. A painter draws the objects in a perspective view as seen to his eyes. On the contrast, the drafter has to create his drawing in such a manner as if the object has been scanned for every dot by a scanner. He/she needs to follow the standards set forth by the engineering community.
So we will be training you in those standards so that you do not fail in correctly regenerating the actual component in its totality. So you have make a walk with us to know what standards are followed in the industry and once you know them, you will not make any error reading a drawing.
You will learn how the hidden features of an objects are to be realized from the drawing.
We hope that this course will let you do your job in any relevant department of engineering quite easily and conveniently.
Who this course is for:
- Production Engineers
- Engineering Graduate
- Engineering Diploma Holder
- Production Worker
- Lathe Operator
- Production Team
I have been working as Mechanical Design Engineer since September 2013. My work attitude is to 'Do something new'. Each time, I work on some unfamiliar and vague idea and accept the challenge to develop the fully functional design. Further insight of my work includes mechanical calculations, developing the mechanism, analysis to eliminate any possible issues, design optimization, motion analysis, simulation and finally creating attention to detail drawings. I have a Masters in Operations Management from IGNOU, and graduated in Mechanical Engineering from Kurukshetra University.