Individual In Planning And Designing
Architectural Computer-Aided Design or shortly known as Architectural CAD has become the backbone of modern architectural design, reshaping the industry’s landscape with its evolution and impact. From its origins in the 1960s to the sophisticated software available today, CAD has revolutionized the design process. Early iterations streamlined 2D drafting, while contemporary Architectural CAD systems offer a comprehensive suite of tools, including 3D modeling, rendering, and Building Information Modeling (BIM). This progression has not only expedited the design phase but also enhanced precision, enabling architects to iterate quickly, explore diverse design possibilities, and produce accurate documentation
The profound impact of architectural CAD extends beyond design efficiency to visualization and communication. The integration of 3D modeling and rendering capabilities allows architects to create immersive and realistic representations of their designs. This not only aids in conveying ideas to clients and stakeholders but also facilitates effective collaboration within multidisciplinary teams. The ability to visualize designs in a digital space fosters clearer communication, ensuring that all project contributors share a common understanding of the envisioned architectural solution. The ongoing evolution of Architectural CAD continues to shape the future of architecture, promising further advancements in efficiency, collaboration, and design innovation.
3DS MAX DESIGN
Autodesk 3ds Max, is a professional 3D computer graphics program for making 3D animations, models, games and images . Tool provides comprehensive 3D modelling, rendering, animation and composing solutions for different industries. 3ds Max offers a rich and flexible toolset to create premium designs with full artistic control.
Prior experience on Architectural CAD is not a prerequisite. The course is designed to get you up & running with AutoCAD quickly by teaching you the things you need to know. You need to have basic computer knowledge.
Certification program in 3ds Max will help students and professionals to learn and master 3ds MAX software tool. The candidates will also learn the basics of 3D modelling and texturing along with 3D rendering. The powerful course will increase the productivity and performance of the individual. The primary objective of this course is to teach students the essentials of working in 3D using an array of features and tools.
Introduction to Autodesk 3ds max
Getting started with unit set up and understand
Working using standard primitives
Working with extended primitives
Working with compound objects
Work with viewport
layout and 3ds configuration
Basic tools -Move, copy, scale
Snap align and mirror
Creating doors and windows
AEC extent, foliage, railing and wall
Particle system and forces
Modifier in 3ds max
Basic modelling techniques
Creating Material and modification
Understanding UVW Coordinate and Mapping
Basic understanding of animation Walk through
Editable poly, Spline modelling
Lighting and camera
Exposure control, sunlight
X- reference in 3ds max
Import and export option
“AutoCAD” is most widely used CAD software and is used in almost all the engineering fields, Drafting, annotation and design 2d geometry and 3d models with automate floor plans, sections and elevations. Design faster with industry-specfic tool set.
Prior experience on Architectural CAD is not a prerequisite. The course is designed to get you up & running with AutoCAD”quickly by teaching you the things you need to know. You need to have basic computer knowledge.
This course covers all fundamental skills necessary for effectively using”AutoCAD” and will provide a strong foundation for your career advancement . This course will teach you in detail how AutoCAD as a tool is used for drawing and designing.
Introduction to “AutoCAD” Getting started with unit set up and understand
Basic of 2D dimensional drawing and editing
Working using drawing tools
Quick working with modifier tools
Hatch editing in detail
Array edit in detail
Table and table edit in detail
Layer property and layer management
Creating blocks and attributes
Properties of line – line color
line weight, line type
Modelling tools and press pull
Solid editing with Boolean operation
3D – move, align, scale, mirror and rotate
Meshing operation in detail
Sectional plane, understanding coordinates
Materials, creation of material
Altering material properties
Lighting and camera
Sun and exposure properties
Shadow and background sky
Rendering in AutoCAD
Revit- a very popular product from Autodesk is a design software used by architects, engineers and interior designers to draw, map and create construction documents and rendered images and also collaborate with other design teams. Architects use Revit to design homes, commercial buildings, landscapes and Interior designers use it to design 3D layouts that include both geometric and non-geometric information. Civil and mechanical engineers also use Revit to design bridges, roads, tunnels and other structures with specific instructions. The advantage of creating a building design model with Revit Architecture is that each design model can be stored in a single database file in a digital format.
Revit Architecture training course is suitable for architects, civil/Arch engineering students & professionals, interior designers and AutoCAD draftsmen pursuing Revit BIM jobs. Working knowledge on architectural design, drawing and other engineering experience are recommended.
Revit Architecture course empower you with the powerful features of Revit. Course aims to make participants more productive by giving them the ability to produce drawings and redefine images of buildings and help navigate user interface, architectural objects such as floor, walls, roofs, windows, and stairs. This course will assist in the creation of schematic design through construction documentation. Aer completing this course students and professionals can work with BIM technology and look for designations such as Revit technicians (Architecture) or Revit BIM modellers and Interior BIM professionals.
Introduction to Revit Architecture
Building Information Modeling
Starting a Project
Wall, Door, Components, Windows, Roof
Floor and Slab
Railing , Ramp, Stair
Linking Revit and CAD File
Import CAD / Decal
Room Areas and Openings
View and Sheet Composition
Walkthrough and Render
Massing & Site
The Basics of Family
Extrusion, Blend, Revolve
Sweep and Blend Sweep
Revit Structure is Autodesk’s BIM software solution for structural engineers, that provides a feature rich tool set helping to drive efficient design processes in BIM (Building Information Modelling) environment or when working with other construction discipline using CAD Software, With Revit Structure you can create detailed 3D models for concrete RCC, steel and wooden structures. These models provide in-depth information regarding a structural foundation, beams, columns, pillars, etc.
Candidates with good knowledge in AutoCAD and with an exposure to construction sites. This course is designed to get you up & running with Revit Structure by teaching you the things you need to know as a structural engineer.
Aer completion of this course, learners and professionals can apply for job roles such as structural draftsmen, structural detailers and structural modellers. This course involves creating a 3D structural model using hands-on exercises to represent real-world situations for structural design projects. Learning Revit Structure helps structural engineers develop a physical and analytical model of a building structure. This model is utilised to create construction documentation, shop drawings and fabrication drawings.
Introduction to Autodesk Revit Structure
Basic Concepts and Principles
Building Information Modelling &Revit Structure,
Getting Started with a Structural Project
Snaps Tool, Opening,
Saving and Closing a Project
Options Dialog Box
Seng up a Structural Project
Using Levels, Using Grids
Working with Reference Planes
Structural Columns, Walls, Foundations
Beams, Floors and Open Web Joists
Rotating, Mirroring and Arraying
Additional Editing Tools, Creating Groups
Documenting Models and Creating Families
Standard Views, Details, and Schedules
3D Views, Sheets, Analysis,
Reinforcements and Massing
Creating Building Elements from Massing