Shopping Cart
Your Cart is Empty
There was an error with PayPalClick here to try again
CelebrateThank you for your business!You should be receiving an order confirmation from Paypal shortly.Exit Shopping Cart


Computer Aided Design Specialists

Training Services

We offer on-site training services covering a wide variety of software solutions.

Standard Essentials Courses, Bespoke Courses, Refresher Courses as well as training reviews to get the most from your Staff

Software Solutions


AutoCAD 3D

AutoCAD Architecture


Revit Architecture

Revit MEP

Inventor LT

Inventor Professional

Inventor Publisher

Autodesk Showcase

Autodesk Recap

Autodesk Navisworks

Sketch UP Pro


World Machine



Dynamic Simulation

Dynamic Simulation provides analysis tools for Autodesk Inventor Professional software users that allow a thorough evaluation of product performance in 3D. Dynamic Simulation provides animation, kinematics evaluation of paths and positions, and dynamic analysis to review timing and determine forces. By enhancing the virtual prototype, Dynamic Simulation streamlines the design process and provides higher-quality first articles. During this session, we’ll introduce typical design issues that can be solved with Dynamic Simulation and the basic workflows

a) create joint

b) define the physical environment

c) run the simulation

d) analyze the results

e) export Motion loads to Stress Analysis

Finite element analysis (FEA)

Finite element analysis (FEA) is a computerized method for predicting how a real world object reacts to forces, heat, vibration, and so on. It shows whether an object will break, wear out, or work the way it was designed. It is called analysis, but in the product design cycle it is used to predict what is going to happen when the product is used.

The finite element method works by breaking down a real object into a large number (1,000s to 100,000s) of elements, such as little cubes. Set mathematical equations predict the behavior of each element. The computer adds up all the individual behaviors to predict the behavior of the actual object.

The finite element method predicts the behavior of things in physical phenomena:

  • Mechanical stress (structural analyses)
  • Mechanical vibration
  • Heat transfer (conduction, convection, and radiation)
  • Fluid flow (liquids and gaseous fluids)
  • Various electrical current and voltage or electrostatic field strength
  • Magnetic phenomena
  • Acoustics

All Training can be tailored to contain a mixture of subjects and software depending on the customers need and requirement.

For any further information or query's please just enquire via the Contact Page