I can guide you through the many thought processes when using CAD. From beginners techniques like sketching and extruding through to advanced techniques and drawings. For Solidworks exams that are taught now, I can help you become comfortable with all the processes involved.
I am a 5th year Masters student at Strathclyde University, studying Aero-Mechanical Engineering. I have worked with Creo Parametric primarily but also solidworks. I have 3 years experience working with CAD packages, learning at Uni for courseworks/projects and extensively in a 12 month internship.
The advertised price would be for teaching in strathclyde university spaces. I do not have a computer at home with CAD software. If you do have software at home or in another space I can certainly find a way to accomodate your preference.
September 2014 - I started studying Aero-mech engineering at the university of strathclyde.
In second year I began learning CAD with Creo Parametric. Here I learned how to create complex parts, assemblies and mechanisms.
3rd Year - This year I had a 2 semester group project to design and build a model aircraft (2m wide). My main responsibility was with CAD and creating the design drawings so I became very familiar and efficient with creating complex assemblies.
4th Year - Began to use Solidworks for uni CAD classes.
August 2018 to 2019 - 12 month internship with Baker Hughes (A large oil and gas service company), in Edinburgh. As a mechanical engineering intern I worked on several projects and used Creo Parametric heavily. My skills in CAD came in very useful as I did not need time to learn the software and could dive right into the work they had lined up. I worked to a very high quality and detail, working from old equipment/manufacturing design drawings to create up to date drawings and 3D models.
Sep 2019 to present - 5th Year - In my masters group project I have been using solidworks again to design modifications to a safety relief valve and using the in-built flow simulation in Solidworks to analyse the performance with the CFD tools.
Iain is very bright and academically astute. He has a good grasp of theoretical knowledge and practical application. He is also patient, calm and collected and also easy to get along with. He has a very good understanding of Physics, Maths and Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. As a fellow tutor myself, I believe he will be a valuable tutor.
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