The shared objective of the courses is to give the student an
overall understanding of the computer aided design process. These
courses serve the purpose of developing the abilities and
conception of the students so that they become more fluent in
transforming their ideas to reality.
All the courses utilize the specialized computer labs which are
equipped with the most up-to-date software and hardware plus
projectors. Tuition is in the form of lecturing and practical
training under the supervision of the tutor.
Course focuses on the principles of parametric solid modeling,
information about parts and assemblies, data transfer, and creating
production drawings from 3D models. This course is a permanent part
of the bachelor program. Masters students are also included
according to their needs.
CAID 1 Course is both for bachelor and masters education. It
covers some basics such as the user interface, geometry creation,
rendering, etc. The course aims to give an overview of a CAID
software as a base for advanced usage. The topics covered are based
on Autodesk AutoStudio (Alias).
CAID2 Course is a continuation of the CAID 1 Course for the
masters students. It is a part of the five-point course - "Advanced
Computer Aided Modeling and Visualization", . The focus is on
creating advanced 3D models both for model-making, production and
advanced visualization. Topics about product animation and
real-time visualization are also covered.
Autodesk AutoStudio (Alias) is the main software in this
This section covers course information about:
How to use the CNC Milling machine, Rapid Prototyping machine
and the Microscribe Measuring Arm is also found here.
If you are searching for the Alias Tips & Tricks page then
"Students > Tips & Tricks > Alias Tips &
or just click here