Category Archives: Chemical Engineering

The Next Step – AutoCAD 2D Advanced

Suitable for : Those who already have knowledge of AutoCAD 2D basics, and wish to delve deeper into title blocks, scales, deeper block understanding, adding table or excel data to drawings, isometric drawings.  Helps strengthen AutoCAD know-how within team for documentation, presentation, team drawing flow.

E.g. Draughtsman, Assistant Engineers and Engineers in the field of Mechanical, Civil, Road, Transport, Oil and Gas, Manufacturing, Industrial, Chemical and Petroleum. Product Engineers. Architects and Interior Designers who wish to advance to 3D to enhance their skills.

Course outline:

  1. Introduction
  2. Run through of previous 2D Learnings
  3. Drawing Objects
  • Revision Objects
  • Wipeout clouds
  1. Boundary and regions
  • Understanding how it helps
  1. Using Blocks and AttributesAutoCAD 2d Advanced 2
  • Adding extra data to blocks
  1. Working with tables
  • Extracting Attributes to Tables
  • Exporting and Importing Tables
  • Creating Tables Linked to External Data
  1. AutoCAD Reusable content (AutoCAD Design Centre)
  • Reusable content from different files
  • Customized toolbars
  • Importing blocks and layers from different files
  1. Creating Title Blocks
  • Starting from scratch and creating title blockstitle blocks
  • Creating Layouts
  • Modifying Layouts and Using Page Setups
  • Working with Layout Viewports
  • Controlling Object Visibility in Layout Viewports
  1. Isometric drawing
  • Understanding angles
  • Understanding the 3D views
  • Drawing 3D looking objects
  1. Layouts and views
  • Modifying Layouts and Using Page Setups
  • Creating Layout Viewports
  • Working with Layout Viewports
  • Controlling Object Visibility in Layout Viewports

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 :

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.

2D advanced_isometricAutoCAD 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 )  AutoCAD 2d advanced 4
  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)


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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!

Vyasa, Cad Design Centre

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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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