Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) Engineering


Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing (CAD/CAM)




 About the Branch:

The branch established in 2012 in order to attain the increasing needs for engineers in CAD/CAM specialization.

CAD/CAM Engineering is a B.Sc program provides knowledge and skill development in applying computer and scientific principles related to solving engineering and manufacturing problems. You will develop an understanding of engineering design and learn how to provide technical assistance in managing CAD/CAM systems.

Computer-aided design (CAD) is the use of an extensive range of computer-based tools that aid engineers in their design activities.

Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) is the usage of software tools that assist engineers, in the manufacture of product components.

This program is well equipped with research facilities and expertise in different areas, such as CAD/CAM, Ergonomics, Robotics, Conventional and Non-conventional Machining, High Speed Machining, Processing of Particulate Materials and Metal Ceramic Composites, Casting, Statistical Modeling, Surface Engineering and Total Quality Management.


 Career opportunities:

Graduates are prepared for employment in: Traditional and computer-aided engineering fields. They may find employment in manufacturing plants (in engineering design, drafting, production quality control and programming/operating numerical control machines), consulting engineering offices (in engineering design and drafting) or research and design offices (in product design, prototype development, solid modeling and advanced stress analysis).