Mechanical Design

Pakistan Industrial Technical Assistance Center recognizes that Skills and knowledge are the driving forces of economic growth and social development of any country. They have become even more important given the increasing pace of globalization and technological advancement that is taking place in the world. Countries with higher and better levels of skills adjust more effectively to the challenges and opportunities of globalization. PITAC provides short term intensive training courses in a number of different fields and disciplines, these are designed such that the supply-side responses are perpetually in sync with the demand side impulses both from domestic engineering environments as well as international markets.Thus our courses are relevant and in tune with the demands of the marketplace and our approach is one of practical’s, on the job training and usage of the latest machinery and software. Our AutoCAD courses are some of the most popular in Lahore today and regularly oversubscribed. For further information contact training@pitac.gov.pk , or call 042-99230701.
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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
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Engineering drawing is the language of the industry. Graphic representation deals with concepts by way of lines or marks impressed on a surface. A drawing is the graphic representation of a piece of imagination or reality. Engineering drawing as a graphic language expresses ideas of technical nature with a pragmatic intention. It is the tool kit used in all branches of industry.
Engineering Drafting Introduction:
Engineering Drafting is a 06 Weeks 30 Days on Board Training 100% Practical Based Course for those who wish to enter in Engineering / Technical Field or wish to improve their Engineering Drawing Reading and Making Skills.
Trainees make exercises on Board on daily basis in the supervision of highly skilled staff, weekly lecturers are delivered by the Sr. Instructors for better understanding of Engineering Drawings.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
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AutoCAD is an extremely powerful software tool and is the main computer aided design package in the world. In this class, you will learn the skills and processes to draw mechanical parts, architectural plans, engineering diagrams, electronics, etc. Previous experience in drafting fundamentals would be helpful. Students with no drafting experience are encouraged to create and edit a simple drawing, and then continue to develop those tools. More advanced tools are also introduced throughout the course. Not every command or option is covered, because the intent is to show the most essential tools and concepts.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
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The goal of this course is to provide students with the necessary knowledge about CAD/CAM/CAE, reverse engineering, metrology and rapid prototyping, allowing them to be familiarized with each step of the product development cycle, regarding the CAD/CAM/CAE applications and relevant hardware equipments
• This curricular unit will present the most common techniques used in product development and expects students to have basic knowledge on technical drawing and 3D CAD
• PowerSHAPE’s unique combination of modeling tools let you create detailed, accurate 3D models of even the most complex parts simply and efficiently.
• Our experienced support engineers talk you through all the newest features, as well as giving you tips and tricks to get you up to speed in the shortest possible time.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
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Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 offers hundreds of enhancements that optimize global design processes including electromechanical design. With increased performance and new product design capabilities, Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 will take your productivity to a higher level. Highlights of this release include,.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
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Complex mold designs change constantly during part development. Constant import, export, and repair of data, as designers move models between part and mold design, can consume valuable design time and introduce errors and inaccuracies due to data translation. As a result, mold designers typically wait until the part design is “frozen” before they start tooling.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
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General Introduction, difference between jig and fixture, basic designing principles, general principle of location, drill bushes & pins, locating and clamping devices. Classification and designing of jigs for drilling operation, designing fixtures for milling operation and its application, selection of material and its heat treatment process.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
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Introduction importance of various production tools, steps of designing, compound dies, draw dies, designing piercing & blanking dies, layout of scrap strip, designing die block punches, fingers, stripper, punch plates, automatic stripper and stripper plates, selection of die sets, guide bushes & guide pins springs, selection f material & their heat treatment.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
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Introduction of cutting tools & gauges, difference between cutting tool, basic trigonometry, designing flat form & circular form tools & press tools, their configuration, recommended angles for HSS/tools for cutting different materials, gearing & its calculation, designing DP cutters, twist drills & milling cutters, material specification, heat treatment, and surface finish required for angles.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
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Introduction to piping.
• Design basis water and steam piping.
• Pipe sizing, pressure drop calculations, equivalent length of pipe and fittings.
• Piping Layout design and leak testing.
• Sectional detail and drawings.
• Introduction to Stress Analysis (Pipe support and Pipe racks).
• Piping of valves, centrifugal pumps and other equipment like engines cooling tower and chiller, piping at elevation.
• Heat tracing and Insulation of pipes.
• Water systems piping and corrosion protection.
• Steam system piping.
• Fire protection system piping.
• Oil and gas piping system.
• Process and instrumentation diagrams, compressed air piping.
• Bill of quantities for the piping material, insulation, instrumentation and steel structure.
Conversion tables, pipe properties, friction loss, international piping material specifications, misc fluid and their properties. 

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
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Introduces SolidWorks software as a 3-D design tool. Covers creation, retrieval and modification of 3-D and layout drawings using basic SolidWorks commands. Includes skills needed to create parametric models of parts and assemblies; generate dimensioned layouts; and Bill of Materials of those parts and assemblies. Audit Available.
Intended Outcomes for the course

• Demonstrate competency with multiple drawing and modification commands in SolidWorks.
• Create three-dimensional solid models.
• Create three-dimensional assemblies incorporating multiple solid models.
• Apply industry standards in the preparation of technical mechanical drawings.