​​What was the inspiration to start 3D Engineering for Youths program?

          Based on our statistical study over five years at a large university, approximately 9 out of 10 engineering college students did not have formal training in spatial thinking skills during their middle or high school years.  Approximately 10% of them received strong grades in the first year course of engineering graphics design.  The traditional curriculum in public grade schools is missing a strategic 3D CAD education that jump-starts an early college preparation.  Early training during the grade school years is proven to be beneficial in later years.  Our 3D CAD unique learning program can definitely solve that learning inefficiency when the student is already recognized in this field. The ability to think of complex objects in terms of their basic solid components and to identify relationships between various surfaces, edges and vertices is basic to creating both hand-drawn and computer-generated technical drawings.  By understanding how to represent objects accurately, students can communicate efficiently as part of a team, and increase their constructive visualization ability, or their ability to “think around corners."

​​What services does our class offer?

          Unlike anything elseintroduction to 3D CAD Engineering Design Graphics - a newly creative program for student ages 10 to 18  to learn an advanced and innovative approach to engineering graphics using the professional state-of-the-art 3D software designed for Computer-Aided Design (CAD).  Students work on their visual skills with hand-sketching software and modeling in 3D Mechanical CAD software called Creo Parametric (Pro/ENGINEER) used by major corporations such as Toyota, NASA, Siemens, Lockheed Martin, Caterpillar, National Instruments, Northrop Grumman, Harley Davidson, Polaris, Cummins, Raytheon, Schlumberger, General Dynamics, iRobot, HP, Dell, Motorola, Logitech, Peterbilt, Rolex, Moen, Herman Miller, Medtronic, Stryker, National Oilwell Varco, Whirlpool, Mitsubishi, Weatherford, Varian Semiconductor, John Deere, BAE Systems, Goodman, Jacobs, Aston Martin Racing, Mattel, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Nokia, Honeywell, Applied Materials, Apple, Microsoft, Google, KLA Tencor, Ford Motorsports, Lam Research, Black & Decker, General Electric, Eaton, ABB, Daimler, Ingersoll Rand, Solar Turbines, Jacobs, Tata, Southwest Research Institute, Los Alamos National Laboratory, LG Electronics, Luton Electronics, Canon USA, Naval Nuclear Laboratory, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, American Standard, Blue Origin, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Panasonic Avionics, Toshiba, Cymer, SpaceX, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Snap-On, Polaris, Molex, Pratt & Whitney, etc.  There is a good probability that the young engineers will use this software program in their professional career.

What makes our class stand out from the competition?

           What sets us different from the competition is that we focus on comprehensive learning that correlates the digital properties with traditional physical properties.  We emphasize in strong technical hand sketching, basic mechanical engineering, project-based learning, industry 3D CAD advanced software, and 3D printing technology.  Students use digital calipers to analyze the individual shapes (e.g. Lego blue racer, robotic arms) and learn to correlate the digital and physical properties.  In the end, each student gets to configure the design for 3D printing model check.  On occasions, we create quality interaction via screen sharing technology among the classmates and the instructor; thus allowing the opportunity for multiple students to participate with efficiency.  We offer live online classes for long-distance students via secured and reliable Teamviewer/Blizz.

​         With animated projection principles, students learn to interpret multiple views and section views, then create 3D objects from simple shapes to advanced assembly models.  Upon completing about forty hours in this computer modeling program, students should have the basic understanding that the world around them is made up of wonderful complexity that can be created by adding and subtracting simple shapes and that they can take those mental tools into other academic areas of their college life.

Give Your Child a Head Start and an Advantage in Life.

Beginners sketch the projected geometry from 2D multi-views into a 3D isometric views and vice versa on touchscreen Wacom-enabled laptop.  They interpret visible, hidden & centerlines.  Autodesk Sketchbook is the preferred software for hand technical sketching.

Thinking in space is a spatial visualization technique that finds meaning in the shape, size, orientation, location, direction of objects, or the relative positions in space of multiple objects.   



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 3D ENGINEEring for youths​ 

At 3D Engineering FOR YOUTHS, students learn an introduction to engineering design graphics with Sketchbook and Creo Parametric, a state-of-the-art 3D CAD software used by major corporations.  Students will gain a high-tech skill and develop a knowledge of the professional software used with advanced mechanical engineering designs.  Develop employable life skills while making friends that share the same interest.

Do we provide any equipment and learning materials?
          Our equipment comes with HP Elitebook touchscreen Wacom-enabled laptops with installed state-of-the-art CAD software: PTC Creo Parametric 3 (formerly Pro/E) and hand-sketching Autodesk Sketchbook software, Wacom stylus, 3D mouse, 3-button wireless mouse, step-by-step color workbooks, and digital calipers (measurement device).


Young students will gain an interpretation of 2D data sets in making 3D CAD models with state-of-the-art professional PTC Creo Parametric software.  Students create and control design features, lay out multi and isometric views, cross sections, and learn how to annotate dimensions.