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Solidworks 3D Modelling

Target Audience: Those who need 3D at work, and require Solidworks in particular – SW-_trialDraughtsman, Assistant Engineers and Engineers in the field of Mechanical, Civil, Road, Transport, Oil and Gas, Manufacturing, Industrial, Chemical and Petroleum. Also for Product Engineers. Architects and Interior Designers who wish to advance further to 3D  to enhance their skills.

Learning Objectives:

Upon Completion of this course, students will be able draw, edit, modify, add to previously drawn 3D drawings, and create completely new 3D drawings from zero.

Course outline:

Module 1: Getting Started with SolidWorks

  • Advantage of 3D
  • SolidWorks User Interface
  • Using the Command Manager
  • How to plan the design

Module 2: Sketchingmaxresdefault (1)

  • Sketching and sketch the entities
  • Rules that govern sketches
  • Sketch relations
  • Dimensions

Module 3: Modelling

  • Terminology
  • Modelling features
  • View options
  • Editing Tools

Module 4: Patterning           

  • Reference Geometry
  • Linear, Circular and mirror patterns
  • Sketch driven pattern

Module 5: Revolved Features

  • Revolved tools
  • Edit material
  • Mass properties

Module 6: Shelling and Ribs

  • Shelling
  • Planes
  • Ribs
  • Thin features

Module 7: Editing: Repairsmaxresdefault

  • Part editing
  • Freezing features

Module 8: Editing: Design Changes

  • Part editing
  • Rebuilding Tools
  • Sketch Contours

Module 9:  Export to 2D Drawings

  • Convert to 2D drawings
  • Section, model, broken and detail views
  • Drawing sheets and sheet formats
  • Projected views
  • Annotations

Module 10: Assembly

  • Creating a new assembly
  • Positioning and adding components
  • Mate function
  • Subassemblies

What our students say about us:

“I have always thought learning AutoCAD will be difficult, and it will take a long time to master it. So I never got started. But I was wrong. Cad Design Centre made the learning of AutoCAD very easy to understand for me, even at my age” Ramli Baharudin, ASJ Consulting Sdn Bhd

“My office had Microsoft project, and very few of our employees knew how to use it. As I frequently depended on others to plan and enter the data for the project, I decided to learn it myself. In 2 days, Cad Design Centre thought the simple way to manage projects with Microsoft Project, and I am very happy with my new learning. I could quickly use what I learnt, in my office” – Mr C.H. Yap

View what our students say:

Ahmad Hairi (Oil & Gas Consultant) 

 

Kent, Spirit Aero (Aeronautics company, Subang) 

 

Loga, IOI Group (Construction Company)

 

 

Courses we offer and what it is about :

2D /3D / CAD

AutoCAD 2D Essentials – is for beginners (with no experience or very little experience in AutoCAD) – what you will learn – from zero to knowing how to create new drawings, and edit existing drawings.

AutoCAD 2D Advanced is for those already familiar with 2D – but want to delve deeper into title blocks, scale, viewports, handling multiple drawings, importing and exporting objects from multiple drawings. title

AutoCAD 3D Essentials- is for those who are already familiar with AutoCAD 2D and want to advance to 3D

Solidworks 3D Essentials- maxresdefault (2)is for beginners starting with Solidworks. This course has all the necessities to get started and model in 3D with Solidworks

Inventor 3D Essentials- is for beginners starting with Inventor. Get the necessities to start modelling in 3D with Inventor.

3D Studio Max Basics – is for beginners starting with 3D Studio Max

3D Studio Max Intermediate – is for those already familiar with 3D Studio Max – and want to go deeper into rendering

Project Management

Microsoft Project Basics – is for those with no experience using Microsoft project, or just starting with Microsoft project.

Microsoft Project Advanced – for those who are already very familiar with Microsoft project and wish to advance further – S Curves, Reporting, Combining with Excel

Effective Project Management Skills with Project Risk Management – is for those involved with projects – Participants will learn about achieving objectives by successful planning, organising resources and effective execution whilst managing the expectations of customers and stakeholders. They will also learn how to manage resources so that there is no wastage of time and money.

 

Fees – 2D, 3D, CAD

  1. AutoCAD 2D Essentials    (Normal fees RM 1500, current promo RM 1230 )
  2. AutoCAD 2D Advanced(Normal fees RM 1750, current promo RM 1350 )
  3. AutoCAD 3D Essentials (Normal fees RM 1750, current promo RM 1350 )solidworks
  4. Solidworks 3D Essentials (Normal fees RM 1750, current promo RM 1350 )
  5. Inventor 3D Essentials (Normal fees RM 1750, current promo RM 1350 )
  6. 3D Printing Essentials : (Normal price RM 2150, current promo RM 1490)
  7. 3D Max Basics(Normal fees RM 1500, current promo RM 1230 )
  8. 3D Max Intermediate (Normal fees RM 1750, current promo RM 1350 )

Fees – Project Management

  1. Microsoft Project   (Normal fees RM 1500, current promo RM 1230 )
  2. Microsoft Project  Advanced  (Normal fees RM 1750, current promo RM 1450 )
  3. Effective Project Management Skills with Project Risk Management (Normal price RM 1350, current promo RM 1150)

Website: http://www.caddesignschool.com/learn-autocad-2d

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Learn AutoCAD 2D in 2 Days

AutoCAD 2D for Adults –Beginners’ Course (Start from Zero)

Benefits for Working Adults – Why this course?

  • Your company needs you to be proficient, or at least have a simple working knowledge of AutoCAD or any other CAD software
  • Creating product designs
  • For Plan Reading
  • Editing other people’s drawings
  • Office layout, plans
  • Creating designs of products or buildings
  • You not having the knowledge of AutoCAD slows down your work a lot ( you need to depend on others to do simple edits, or corrections, or designs)

Course outline:

An Introduction to Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Interior Design, Architecture, Product Design, Furniture Design and Computer Animation.

  • AutoCAD OverviewCAD 2D Drawing
  • Menus, Toolbars and Command Line
  • General Terminology
  • Drawing Editor
  • 2D Drawing Commands
  • Drawing Setup
  • Basic Operating System
  • Basic Selection Sets
  • Editing Commands
  • Display Commands
  • Object Snap and Drawing Tools
  • Setting Commands
  • Coordinate Systems
  • Inquiry Commands
  • Basic Plotting/Printing
  • Basic Blocks/Symbols
  • Layer, Color and Linetypes
  • Layer Previous
  • Basic Dimensioning
  • Crosshatching
  • Text Commands/Multitext

http://www.caddesignschool.com/learn-autocad-2d

What our students say about us :

“I have always thought learning AutoCAD will be difficult, and it will take a long time to master it. So I never got started. But I was wrong. Cad Design Centre made the learning of AutoCAD very easy to understand for me, even at my age” Ramli Baharudin, ASJ Consulting Sdn Bhd

“My office had Microsoft project, and very few of our employees knew how to use it. As I frequently depended on others to plan and enter the data for the project, I decided to learn it myself. In 2 days, Cad Design Centre thought the simple way to manage projects with Microsoft Project, and I am very happy with my new learning. I could quickly use what I learnt, in my office” – Mr C.H. Yap

View what our students say:

Ahmad Hairi (Oil & Gas Consultant) 

 

Kent, Spirit Aero (Aeronautics company, Subang)

 

Loga, IOI Group (Construction Company)

 

Courses we offer and what it is about :

2D /3D / CAD

AutoCAD 2D Essentials – is for beginners (with no experience or very little experience in AutoCAD) – what you will learn – Go from zero to knowing how to create new drawings, or edit existing drawings.

AutoCAD 2D Advanced is for those already familiar with 2D – but want to delve deeper into title blocks, scale, viewports, handling multiple drawings, importing and exporting objects from multiple drawings. title

AutoCAD 3D Essentials- is for those who are already familiar with AutoCAD 2D and want to advance to 3D

Solidworks 3D Essentials- is for beginners starting with Solidworks . This course has all the necessities to get started and model in 3D with Solidworks

Inventor 3D Essentials- is for beginners starting with Inventor . This course has all the necessities to get started and model in 3D with Inventor

3D Studio Max Basics  – is for beginners starting with 3D Studio Max

3D Studio Max Intermediate – is for those already familiar with 3D Studio Max – wanting to go deeper into rendering

Project Management

Microsoft Project Basics – is for those with no experience using Microsoft project, or just starting with Microsoft project.

Microsoft Project Advanced – for those who are already very familiar with Microsoft project and wish to advance further – S Curves, Reporting, Combining with Excel

Effective Project Management Skills with Project Risk Management – is for those involved with projects – Participants will learn about achieving objectives by successful planning, organising resources and effective execution whilst managing the expectations of customers and stakeholders. They will also learn how to manage resources so that there is no wastage of time and money.

Fees  – 2D, 3D, CAD

  1. AutoCAD 2D Essentials    (Normal fees RM 1500, current promo RM 1230 )
  2. AutoCAD 2D Advanced(Normal fees RM 1750, current promo RM 1350 )
  3. AutoCAD 3D Essentials (Normal fees RM 1750, current promo RM 1350 )
  4. Solidworks 3D Essentials (Normal fees RM 1750, current promo RM 1350 )
  5. Inventor 3D Essentials (Normal fees RM 1750, current promo RM 1350 )
  6. 3D PrintingEssentials : (Normal price RM 2150, current promo RM 1490)
  7. 3D Max Basics(Normal fees RM 1500, current promo RM 1230 )
  8. 3D Max Intermediate (Normal fees RM 1750, current promo RM 1350 )

Fees  – Project Management

  1. Microsoft Project   (Normal fees RM 1500, current promo RM 1230 )
  2. Microsoft Project  Advanced  (Normal fees RM 1750, current promo RM 1450 )
  3. Effective Project Management Skills with Project Risk Management(Normal price RM 1350, current promo RM 1150)

Website: http://www.caddesignschool.com/learn-autocad-2d

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Technical Career Choices

The Story: Why this series of Career Guide Articles for Technical studies – part 2

The fact is this whole process would have been much better if I started to get to know about what I want much earlier in life, say 15 onwards. I would have understood the importance of the various subjects that were thought during the ages of 15 onwards, instead of just studying for it. It would make the learning process a lot more fun if you know something about the career path you are wishing to undertake later on in life. Knowing a little about your potential future paths would have given a lot of meaning to the secondary school subjects.

During discussions with many of my fellow engineering students, I gathered that many of them got into the various Engineering fields by virtue of result and not any prior knowledge of the fields. I found this to be pretty interesting.. and what a waste of talent? What if students really knew about the various fields much earlier and get pointed to the right fields much earlier in the lives, and it would save them and their parents much stress and $$$$!

So here is a series of articles with videos I chose carefully from the internet, which I felt explains the field very well and in a simple way. Well, the articles are more technical related fields at this point of time, so be patient :) Currently, it is about the various Engineering fields and Architectural fields,  I will be adding more fields in the near future.

The links to the articles are below. Enjoy the articles and the videos!

Back to part 1 of this article ->http://3dprintingandcadmalaysia.com/career-guide/part-1-Why-this-series-of-technical-career-articles

Regards,
Vyasa, Cad Design Centre

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Engineering – So What is Engineering?
       Mechanical Engineering
       Mechatronic Engineering
       Electrical Engineering :
       Electronic Engineering
       Cival Engineering :
       Highway Engineering :
       Chemical Engineering :   
       Computer Engineering vs Computer Science :

Architecture:
       What does an Architect do? :
       How to Design like an Architect? :

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Technical Career Choices

The Story: Why this series of Career Guide Articles for Technical studies – part 1

I have been asked quite a bit about career choices made as teens get to the age of 16 onwards, and start thinking of their future education.

Very often they start making decisions on courses based on little input they get here and there. Perhaps from a friend or a relative, or a magazine article. Sometimes parents can’t help much, as they are in a totally different profession altogether. For example mom is a banker, father is an accountant, and the son wants to get into the field of engineering, even more specifically electronics engineering. Parents cant do much, as they are not really knowledgable about these technical fields.

I am a Mechanical Engineer, by training but I too got into my field by accident. (I also believe in the Law of Attraction now, but that is a different topic altogether :) I did my STPM a long time ago, and based on my results, it was mentioned by some career guide statistics that with my results, Mechanical Engineering would be the most likely course I would get. Thank god for that, as was i didn’t really want to do medicine (which my parents wanted me to do :)

As I was applying I realised I had a liking for some form of mechanical engineering – as I liked to take a part things, and fix and build stuff when I was growing up. And I had a liking for car engines. So I thought “Hey, Mechanical Engineering would be perfect for me” and applied for the course to a few universities, and got into USM (Their engineering campus was in Tronoh). But throughout the course content, I did not get to even touch or smell a car engine! In reality, studying life was totally different, full of Maths, Maths and more Maths, and lots of physics and lots of theory. Hadn’t I done a proper soul searching of why I went into Mechanical Engineering in the first place, undertaking this course could have been quite a disaster for me.

Continue to part 2 of this article ->http://3dprintingandcadmalaysia.com/career-guide/part-2-Why-this-series-of-technical-career-articles

Regards,
Vyasa, Cad Design Centre

Visit our Career Guide articles below:
Engineering – So What is Engineering?
       Mechanical Engineering
       Mechatronic Engineering
       Electrical Engineering :
       Electronic Engineering
       Cival Engineering :
       Highway Engineering :
       Chemical Engineering :   
       Computer Engineering vs Computer Science :

Architecture:
       What does an Architect do? :
       How to Design like an Architect? :

Cad Design Centre Helps Young ones, Teens and College Students in exploring the above courses early on, before they decide to step in the fields and incur a big College or UCad Design Centre - Apiit Engineering_02niversity fee.  For the already studying Uni Student, the courses will give them an edge in Uni, and at the Workplace

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How Architects Design small

How to Design Like an Architect

Here is a nice video by Doug Patt, explaining not about architecture, but about the design process some architects use. It involves a lot of research, thinking, and sketching to come up with different ideas.

He draws inspiration from Prof Edmund Bacon “Its in the doing that the idea comes”. That is, we must sit and work through something before we can find the best way to solve a problem. Solving a design problem is essentially taking what we know and putting it together with that particular challenge. When an architect sits down to problem solve they frequently sketch.

Enjoy the video!

“Its in the doing that the idea comes”

Regards,
Vyasa, Cad Design Centre

Visit our Career Guide articles below:
Engineering – So What is Engineering?
       Mechanical Engineering
       Mechatronic Engineering
       Electrical Engineering :
       Electronic Engineering
       Cival Engineering :
       Highway Engineering :
       Chemical Engineering :   
       Computer Engineering vs Computer Science :

Architecture:
       What does an Architect do? :
       How to Design like an Architect? :

Cad Design Centre Helps Young ones, Teens and College Students in exploring the above courses early on, before they decide to step in the fields and incur a big College or UCad Design Centre - Apiit Engineering_02niversity fee.  For the already studying Uni Student, the courses will give them an edge in Uni, and at the Workplace

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career guide a chemical engineer

Engineering Series : Chemical Engineering

 

Chemical Engineers (video by MyCareerRx, Youtube)

In this series of Engineering Professions, today I would like to highlight profession of a Chemical Engineer.

Chemical engineering is a discipline of engineering that merges the knowledge of physical sciences and life sciences with mathematics and economics to produce, transport and properly utilize chemicals, materials and energy by converting raw materials into something that is of use and value.

Alright, so that brings us to the basic question, “What do Chemical Engineers do?” Perhaps the question you should be asking is, what don’t they do? They are involved in the manufacture of items of daily use such as deodorants, glues, paints and plastic just to name a few. They constantly seek to find ways of improving food processing techniques, and methods of producing fertilizers. They produce synthetic fibers, find more efficient means of refining petroleum products and help in the production of renewable energy.

If you enjoyed studying chemistry and balancing chemical equations then chemical engineering might be of great interest to you. It involves having a deep insight and knowledge of naturally occurring chemicals and their reactions and characteristics. But a chemical engineer doesn’t stop at that.

Chemical engineering is basically concerned with the detailed study of production, transformation and proper use of chemicals, materials and energy. So they will also learn a lot about  mass producing chemicals, fluid flow (transporting chemicals) – which involve a lot of maths and calculation. Plant design, one of the subjects,  would involve a lot of maths too

Chemical Engineers have a bright future ahead of them owing to their huge demand in giant industrial processing plants, petroleum refining, production and storage of renewable energy and in the industries involved in the manufacture of everyday products.

Here is a good video on The life of a chemical Engineer in University, the subjects taken, and also later on in working life. (Video by the Science House, Youtube)

In Malaysia, Chemical engineers are needed in many industries :
Palm Oil industry – United Plantations, Sime Darby, Unico

Household products manufacturing – toothpaste, soap, detergent, Food, oil, flour, basically most of the stuff you get in the supermarket food, and household area – which is a whole lot of stuff. – Unilever, Proctor and Gamble, Nestle, Henkel

Pharmaceutical Companies: Chemical Engineers are heavily utilized in Pharmaceutical companies – GlaxoSmithkline, Merck, B Braun, Pharmaniaga, Ranbaxy, CCM, Hovid, The Himalaya Drug Company 

Oil and Gas Industry – Mechanical Engineers are needed in all areas of this industry. Almost every component dealing with oil and gas extraction has a mechanical element to it. (Except at this moment of writing (Jan 2016) – the Oil and Gas industry is pretty much in a low, and firing is happening more than hiring. The salaries in this area is the highest, though.)

Chemical Producers – Fertilizers, Chemicals – example – BASF, CCM,  Titan Chemical Group

Enjoy the videos!

Regards,
Vyasa, Cad Design Centre

Visit our Career Guide articles below:
Engineering – So What is Engineering?
       Mechanical Engineering
       Mechatronic Engineering
       Electrical Engineering :
       Electronic Engineering
       Cival Engineering :
       Highway Engineering :
       Chemical Engineering :   
       Computer Engineering vs Computer Science :

Architecture:
       What does an Architect do? :
       How to Design like an Architect? :

Cad Design Centre Helps Young ones, Teens and College Students in exploring the above courses early on, before they decide to step in the fields and incur a big College or UCad Design Centre - Apiit Engineering_02niversity fee.  For the already studying Uni Student, the courses will give them an edge in Uni, and at the Workplace

Read more here -> Cad Design School and it’s courses :> List of Courses

 

Mechanical Engineering Profession - Career guide malaysia

Engineering Series : Mechanical Engineering

The Evolution of Mechanical Engineering (video by Edwin Raju, Youtube)

In this series of Engineering Professions, today I would like to highlight profession of a Mechanical Engineer. (While the video above highlights more of the role of mechanical Engineers in the transportation industry, other major areas Mechanical Engineers are involved would be the Oil and Gas, Chemical, and Construction industries)

Mechanical Engineering is the most popular undergraduate degree in engineering; according to the American Society for Engineering Education. If you have a knack for cars, toys, robots, machineries and have often found yourself wondering about their mechanism and working principles, then you should seriously look into adopting Mechanical engineering as your profession.

Mechanical engineering deals with manufacture, design and analysis of mechanical systems through knowledge of physics, materials science and maths. Mechanical engineering involves having to design and analyze mechanical systems that are employed in virtually every system that we see around us. Their areas of expertise include designing products, discovering new and innovative solutions to human problems through research and development, overseeing the operations of large systems, supervision, generation, storage and transfer of energy

Mechanical engineers design and analyze their systems from every aspect through extensive use of CAD (Computer Aided Design) and take into account the potential outcomes that might hinder the proper working of systems and machines. (CAD is an area which our CAD Design Centre specializes in)

There are many disciplines of mechanical engineering at the disposal of mechanical engineers to select and specialize in. These sub disciplines include Mechanics, Mechatronics and robotics, Thermodynamics, design and drafting. You can opt to specialize in any one of these sub disciplines or form a combination of these sub disciplines that resonates well with your interests.

Below is a video of  Mechanical Engineer who is involved in product design. (Video by ConnectEd, Youtube)

In Malaysia, Mechanical engineers are needed in many industries including Automotive (Proton, Toyota, Perodua, Honda, Nissan – has large factories in Malaysia) , aerospace, Biotechnology and Nanotechnology . In fact in almost all factories, including Chemical  and Electronic Factories- the Mechanical Engineer is a needed profession.

Oil and Gas Industry – Mechanical Engineers are needed in all areas of this industry. Almost every component dealing with oil and gas extraction has a mechanical element to it. (Except at this moment of writing (Jan 2016) – the Oil and Gas industry is pretty much in a low, and firing is happening more than hiring. The salaries in this area is the highest, though.)

In the Construction industry – Mechanical Engineers are needed in the Mechanical and Electrical division (aka M&E) division. Here mechanical Engineers will take up the role of designing and implementing aircond layout and calculation for buildings, plumbing, Heat transfer, Fire fighting systems (example -water sprinklers layout) and anything that does not deal with the structure of the building. (At most times, you wouldn’t see these in buildings, as they are always hidden, to keep the outward look of the building)

Enjoy the videos!

Regards,
Vyasa, Cad Design Centre

Visit our Career Guide articles below:
Engineering – So What is Engineering?
       Mechanical Engineering
       Mechatronic Engineering
       Electrical Engineering :
       Electronic Engineering
       Cival Engineering :
       Highway Engineering :
       Chemical Engineering :   
       Computer Engineering vs Computer Science :

Architecture:
       What does an Architect do? :
       How to Design like an Architect? :

Cad Design Centre Helps Young ones, Teens and College Students in exploring the above courses early on, before they decide to step in the fields and incur a big College or UCad Design Centre - Apiit Engineering_02niversity fee.  For the already studying Uni Student, the courses will give them an edge in Uni, and at the Workplace

Read more here -> Cad Design School and it’s courses :> List of Courses

 

computer science vs computer engineering

Engineering Series : Computer Engineering vs Computer Science

In this series of Engineering Professions, today I would like to highlight profession of a Computer Engineer. A lot of people get confused between Computer Science and Computer Engineering. Computer Science deals with more the ‘soft’ aspect or rather the software side, which covers areas like Programming, Operating Systems, and networking. It covers programming languages like Java and C++.

Computer Engineering focusses more on the hardware side of things, like microprocessors. How hardware communicates with the software, etc.

Another good video is below, as it covers a more detail difference between Computer Science and Computer Engineering.

In Malaysia, Computer Engineers are needed in the areas of  Aerospace, Electronic Factories, Product Design and Equipment design (R&D divisions in companies). Thye could be also involved in software related companies (a lot of them centred in Cyberjaya), because of their background in software too.

Enjoy the videos!

regards,

Regards,
Vyasa, Cad Design Centre

Visit our Career Guide articles below:
Engineering – So What is Engineering?
       Mechanical Engineering
       Mechatronic Engineering
       Electrical Engineering :
       Electronic Engineering
       Cival Engineering :
       Highway Engineering :
       Chemical Engineering :   
       Computer Engineering vs Computer Science :

Architecture:
       What does an Architect do? :
       How to Design like an Architect? :

Cad Design Centre Helps Young ones, Teens and College Students in exploring the above courses early on, before they decide to step in the fields and incur a big College or UCad Design Centre - Apiit Engineering_02niversity fee.  For the already studying Uni Student, the courses will give them an edge in Uni, and at the Workplace

Read more here -> Cad Design School and it’s courses :> List of Courses

 

Mechatronics Engineer

Engineering Series : Mechatronic Engineering

In this series of Engineering Professions, today I would like to highlight profession of a Mechatronics Engineer. It consists of multiple areas – Mechanical, Electronics, Electrical and Programming. People who love to tinker and build things would love this profession, as you get to be experts in multi areas and get to be involved in almost all stages of a product design.

Another good video is below, as it covers a wider aspect of what a mechatronic Engineer would do.

In Malaysia, Mechatronics Engineers are needed in the areas of  Aerospace, Electronic Factories, Product Design and Equipment design (R&D divisions in companies). In fact, most factories would have a need for this field of Engineering.

Enjoy the video!

regards,

Regards,
Vyasa, Cad Design Centre

Visit our Career Guide articles below:
Engineering – So What is Engineering?
       Mechanical Engineering
       Mechatronic Engineering
       Electrical Engineering :
       Electronic Engineering
       Cival Engineering :
       Highway Engineering :
       Chemical Engineering :   
       Computer Engineering vs Computer Science :

Architecture:
       What does an Architect do? :
       How to Design like an Architect? :

Cad Design Centre Helps Young ones, Teens and College Students in exploring the above courses early on, before they decide to step in the fields and incur a big College or UCad Design Centre - Apiit Engineering_02niversity fee.  For the already studying Uni Student, the courses will give them an edge in Uni, and at the Workplace

Read more here -> Cad Design School and it’s courses :> List of Courses

 

Electronics Engineering

Engineering Series : Electronic Engineering

In this series of Engineering Professions, today I would like to highlight profession of an Electrical Engineer.

First off, let us distinguish between electrical and electronics engineering. It gets very confusing to tell one from the other for a high school graduate. Electronics engineering is in fact a subfield or a child of the wider electrical engineering discipline.

Electrical engineering basically deals with the generation, transmission and storage of electricity while the electronics engineering on the other hand deals with circuits and minute electrical components such as transistors, diodes, microchips etc. While electrical engineering is basically concerned with providing power to run electrical appliances, electronics engineering programs the operation and effective working of these electrical equipment and appliances.

So that brings us to the question as to how to determine if electronics engineering harmonizes and resonates well with your interests? If you are regarded by your family members and peers as being the “go to” person when it comes to repairing faulty and inoperative electrical equipment and  have always had a fascination with the working and operation of computers and other electrical equipment, then you should seriously look into adopting electronics engineering as your career.

Electrical engineering has several sub-disciplines and you can either specialize and focus on a single sub-discipline or make a combination out of these sub disciplines if more than one of these tickles your fancy. Some of these sub-disciplines are Power engineering, Control engineering, Electronics, Micro electronics, Signal processing and Computer engineering.

As an electronics engineer, you’ll have a diverse range of options of industries to select from including Aerospace, broadcast, control and instrumentation and networking industry just to name a few.

In Malaysia, Electronic Engineers are quite heavily in demand in electronic companies such as Intel, HP, Motorala (Freescale), Western Digital etc, especially where they have an R&D Division in Malaysia.  Some Malaysian companies hiring would companies like Silterra  which is into wafer fabrication. Most factories and Electrical equipment suppliers would need electronic engineers too.

Enjoy the video!

Regards,
Vyasa, Cad Design Centre

Visit our Career Guide articles below:
Engineering – So What is Engineering?
       Mechanical Engineering
       Mechatronic Engineering
       Electrical Engineering :
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Cad Design Centre Helps Young ones, Teens and College Students in exploring the above courses early on, before they decide to step in the fields and incur a big College or UCad Design Centre - Apiit Engineering_02niversity fee.  For the already studying Uni Student, the courses will give them an edge in Uni, and at the Workplace

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