Live Project Based CREO PRO/E training in Delhi

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KVCH is the pioneer of education and also the Best PRO-E Training institute in Delhi, . We provide our candidates with latest curriculum on the technology that helps them to secure best jobs in the industry . The training program is designed for both students and working professionals who are looking for a career in this field .

The PRO-E training in Delhi, , comprises of both practical and theoretical sessions but students are encouraged to focus and grab the technology conceptually.

With experience of more than 25 years , we have delivered thousands of well qualified students to the IT industry . we conduct various campus drives for all the KVCH students . Our specialized placement cell provide assistance and guidance to the aspirants looking for jobs.

At KVCH , we have well qualified experienced trainers who have years of experience in dealing with the LIVE Projects . Students are introduced to both basic and professional level projects where they learn various aspect of PRO-E like its concepts and fundamentals , PRO-E Architecture ,Graph Programming , Database Components , Translate Components , etc.

We help aspirants to gain required skills and knowledge and aid them with the best placement programs.

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Course Description

      Part Modeling & Assembly

    • Introduction to the Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Modeling Process
    • Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Basic Modeling Process
    • Understanding Pro/ENGINEER Concepts
    • Understanding Solid Modeling Concepts
    • Understanding Feature-Based Concepts
    • Understanding Parametric Concepts
    • Understanding Associative Concepts
    • Understanding Model-Centric Concepts
    • Recognizing File Extensions
    • Using the Pro/ENGINEER Interface
    • Understanding the Main Interface
    • Understanding the Folder Browser
    • Understanding the Window Menu
    • Setting the Working Directory and Opening and Saving Files
    • Managing Files in Pro/ENGINEER
    • Understanding Basic Display Options
    • Creating and Managing View Orientations
    • Managing and Editing Appearances
    • Setting Up New Part Models
    • Selecting and Editing
    • Understanding Pro/ENGINEER Basic Controls
    • Using Drag Handles
    • Understanding the Model Tree
    • Selecting Items using Direct Selection
    • Selecting Items using Query Selection
    • Understanding Selection Filters
    • Utilizing Undo and Redo Operations
    • Editing Features and Regenerating
    • Activating and Editing Models
    • Using Dynamic Edit
    • Deleting and Suppressing Items
    • Creating Sketcher Geometry
    • Reviewing Sketcher Theory
    • Understanding Design Intent
    • Utilizing Constraints
    • Sketching Lines
    • Sketching Centerlines
    • Sketching Rectangles and Parallelograms
    • Sketching Circles
    • Sketching Arcs
    • Using Sketcher Tools
    • Understanding Construction Geometry Theory
    • Using Geometry Tools within Sketcher
    • Dimensioning Entities within Sketcher
    • Modifying Dimensions within Sketcher
    • Sketcher Conflicts
    • Creating Sketches for Features
    • Creating Sketches ('Sketch' Feature)
    • Specifying the Sketch Setup
    • Using Entity from Edge within Sketcher
    • Thickening Edges
    • Creating Datum Features: Planes
    • Creating Datum Features Theory
    • Creating Datum Planes
    • Creating Extrudes, Revolves, and Ribs
    • Creating Solid Extrude Features
    • Common Dashboard Options: Extrude Depth
    • Common Dashboard Options: Feature Direction
    • Common Dashboard Options: Thicken Sketch
    • Creating Solid Revolve Features
    • Common Dashboard Options: Revolve Angle
    • Creating Profile Rib Features
    • Creating Sweeps and Blends
    • Creating Sweeps with Open Trajectories
    • Creating a Parallel Blend Protrusion or Cut
    • Creating Holes, Shells, and Draft
    • Common Dashboard Options: Hole Depth
    • Creating Linear Holes
    • Creating Radial and Diameter Holes
    • Creating Shell Features
    • Creating Draft Features
    • Creating Basic Split Drafts
    • Analyzing Draft Hinges and Pull Direction
    • Creating Rounds and Chamfers
    • Creating Rounds Theory
    • Creating Rounds by Selecting Edges
    • Creating Rounds by Selecting Two Surfaces
    • Creating Full Rounds
    • Creating Chamfers by Selecting Edges
    • Analyzing Basic Chamfer Dimensioning Schemes
    • Copy and Mirror Tools
    • Copying and Pasting Features
    • Moving and Rotating Copied Features
    • Mirroring Selected Features
    • Creating Patterns
    • Direction Patterning in the First Direction
    • Axis Patterning in the First Direction
    • Creating Reference Patterns of Features
    • Measuring and Inspecting Models
    • Viewing and Editing Model Properties
    • Investigating Model Units
    • Analyzing Mass Properties
    • Measuring Models
    • Creating Planar Part Cross-Sections
    • Measuring Global Interference
    • Assembling with Constraints
    • Understanding Assembly Theory
    • Creating New Assembly Models
    • Understanding Constraint Theory
    • Assembling Components using the Default Constraint
    • Constraining Components using Insert
    • Constraining Components using Mate Coincident
    • Constraining Components using Align Coincident
    • Constraining Components using Align and Mate Offset
    • Constraining Components using Align and Mate Angle
    • Exploding Assemblies
    • Creating and Managing Explode States
    • Using Layers
    • Understanding Layers
    • Creating and Managing Layers
    • Utilizing Layers in Part Models
    • Managing Design Intent
    • Reordering Features
    • Inserting Features
    • Redefining Features and Sketches
    • Resolving Failures and Seeking Help
    • Understanding and Identifying Failures
    • Analyzing Geometry Failures
    • Analyzing Open Section Failures
    • Understanding Resolve Mode Tools
    • Recovering Models
    • Using Pro/ENGINEER Help
    • Sheetmetal Design

    • Introduction to the Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Sheetmetal Design Process
    • Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire Sheetmetal Design Process
    • Sheetmetal Model Fundamentals
    • Sheetmetal Model Fundamentals
    • Understanding Developed Length
    • Creating a New Sheetmetal Part in Assembly Mode
    • Creating a New Sheetmetal Model in Part Mode
    • Converting a Solid Model to a Sheetmetal Model
    • Creating Primary Sheetmetal Wall Features
    • Understanding Sheetmetal Wall Features
    • Creating Flat Walls
    • Extruded Sheetmetal Wall Features
    • Revolved Sheetmetal Wall Features
    • Sheetmetal Wall Sketching Tools
    • Creating Sheetmetal Secondary Wall Features
    • Understanding Secondary Walls
    • Creating Secondary Flat Walls
    • Using Flange Walls
    • Using Extruded Walls
    • Wall Dashboard Options
    • Understanding Relief
    • Modifying Sheetmetal Models
    • Bends
    • Bend Options
    • Unbend Features
    • Bend Back Features
    • Flat Pattern
    • Sheetmetal Cuts
    • Die Form Features
    • Punch Form Features
    • Rip
    • Sheetmetal Bends and Setting Up the Sheetmetal Environment
    • Order of Bend Features
    • Fixed Geometry
    • Flat States
    • Surface Modeling Overview
    • Introduction to Surfacing
    • Surface Modeling Uses
    • Surface Modeling Paradigms
    • Freeform Overview
    • Blending Surface Modeling Paradigms
    • Surfacing Terms
    • Advanced Selection
    • Advanced Chain Selection
    • Advanced Surface Selection
    • Basic Surfacing Tools
    • Creating Surface Extrude Features
    • Creating Surface Revolve Features
    • Creating Fill Surfaces
    • Creating Sweep Surfaces with Open Trajectories
    • Creating Parallel Blend Surfaces
    • Creating General Blend Surfaces
    • Helical Sweeps
    • Understanding Helical Sweeps Theory
    • Utilizing Helical Sweeps for Surfaces
    • Creating and Editing Solids using Quilts
    • Thickening Surface Quilts
    • Solidifying Quilts to Add Material
    • Solidifying Quilts to Remove Material
    • Solidifying Quilts to Replace Material
    • Offsetting Surfaces using the Replace Option
    • Introduction to Drawings
    • Understanding Drawing Concepts
    • Drawing Development Process
    • Understanding the Drawing Ribbon User Interface
    • Exploring Drawing Ribbon Commands
    • Creating New Drawings
    • Creating Drawings Using Formats and Sheets
    • Creating Drawing Views
    • Adding General Views
    • Adding Projection Views
    • Editing Drawing Views
    • Editing Visible View Area
    • Adding Detailed Views
    • Adding 2-D Cross-Section Views
    • Modifying Cross Hatching Display
    • Adding Assembly Exploded Views
    • Adding Model Details to Drawings
    • Understanding Annotations in Drawings
    • Showing, Erasing, and Deleting Annotations
    • Adjusting Dimensions and Detail Items
    • Changing Dimension Display
    • Adding Notes to Drawings
    • Adding and Editing Notes
    • Adding Tolerance Information
    • Understanding Dimensional Tolerances
    • Understanding Geometric Tolerances
    • Setting Up Geometric Tolerance References
    • Applying Geometric Tolerances
    • Adding Draft Geometry and Symbols
    • Using Surface Finish Symbols
    • Using the Symbol Palette and Custom Symbols
    • Using Layers in Drawings
    • Understanding Layers in Drawings
    • Using Layers in Drawings
    • Creating and Using Tables in Drawings
    • Creating and Configuring Tables
    • Using Report Information in Drawings
    • Creating Report Tables
    • Using BOM Balloons