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Mold Design using SolidWorks : Skill-Lync

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Course Features

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Duration

12 weeks

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Delivery Method

Online

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Available on

Lifetime Access

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Accessibility

Desktop, Laptop

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Language

English

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Subtitles

English

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Level

Intermediate

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Teaching Type

Self Paced

Course Description

You would have noticed the striking metallic exterior and interior if you were in a FIAT Padmini. Because it was so heavy, it was constructed like a tank. You will notice that the car's interior and exterior are made up of significantly more plastic parts. You will notice a rise in plastic components even if you look at the appliances you use today.
According to a report from British Plastics Foundation, India's plastics industry growth rate is nearly 16% per year. According to reports, there won't be any drop in this rate. This shows the importance of plastics and the effort required to make a component.

Skill-Lync has created a course to help you understand the industry. This course can be completed by anyone with an understanding of any modeling software.

This course covers 12 weeks of carefully curated content. We help you learn the basics of SOLIDWORKS and show you how to use all commands. Then, you'll be introduced to plastics and injection molding. This will give you a better understanding about the process. Next, we will walk you through the steps required to create a basic mold for simple parts. In the weeks to come, we will introduce you to more complicated concepts in mold design.
You will need to complete challenges throughout the course that relate to each week's content. This will allow you to build the models you see in the explanation videos, as well as additional models that will test your ability to think for yourself and apply the concepts you have learned in the videos.

Careervira Take

Skill Lync is the provider of this 3-month certification program. It is intended for Automotive or Mechanical engineering graduates and professionals or freshers looking to gain project experience in Mold Design. Or professionals who want to build upon their existing SolidWorks skill sets and move forward to more significant roles in the company. Some of the top skills gained doing this course like Project Planning, Project Selection Technique, Structural Analysis, Automation, Structural Design, Automotive Design, Simulation and Design Simulation. The unique feature offered with this course includes Job Assistance and CapStone Project.

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Course Credibility

The completion of the course provides a certificate from Skill Lync, renowned for offering industry-relevant ...
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Pedagogy

The certification program is an intermediate course taught online at a self-paced level to encourage the work...
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Hands-on training

Students get an edge over counterparts by working considerably on industry-relevant projects, practising on t...
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Career impact

The course helps start a career in the mechanical design field. After the program completion, learners who ha...
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Pricing

The fee structure is divided into flexible plans offered three options for ten months. The basic plan fee is ...
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Assessment

No examination is mandatory for the certificate course. To get a verified course completion certificate, lear...

Course Overview

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Job Assistance

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Post Course Interactions

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Hands-On Training,Instructor-Moderated Discussions

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Case Studies, Captstone Projects

Skills You Will Gain

Prerequisites/Requirements

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Engineering Students/Engineering Graduates

What You Will Learn

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Injection molding process

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Product development process

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Various surface tools for designing in SOLIDWORKS

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Concept of machine tonnage and its calculation

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Example cases to understand the selection of parting surfaces

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Concept of slider locking

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Types of gates: Sprue, edge, tab, overlap, fan, disk, ring, spoke, film, pin, submarines, and cashew gates

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Understanding the use of sliders in solving the undercut issue

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Providing correct matching drafts for the model

Target Students

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Students in Mechanical or Automotive engineering

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Freshers looking to gain project experience on Mold Design

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Professionals who want to build upon their existing SolidWorks skill sets and move forward to greater roles in the company

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