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Tech

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Our Objective

The Tech programme at Cosmos aims at providing students a hand on experience in the fields of 3D designing and rendering, 3D printing, computer programming, electronics, mechanics and more. This helps students gain interest in science related fields and paves a pathway for their future endeavours. Children are motivated to take part in all the activities and learn from practicals demonstrated by our teachers. The tech class is complimentary with any package you choose at Cosmos and is conducted after the optional doubt-clearing class every Sunday.

3D DESIGNING SOFTWARE

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Fusion 360

Learn basic and advanced tools in Fusion 360 along with the techniques used to convert the designs to a model that can be manufactured by 3D printing.

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AutoCAD

Learn basic architectural designing and modelling infrastructure in 3D. Master all fundamental tools and commands in the latest version of AutoCAD.

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SolidWorks

Construct a series of components from easy to hard after learning in depth about each tool and its applications.

PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE

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HTML

Learn the basic codes and syntax of HTML programming language and develop a website using HTML as your final project.

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C Programming

Interpret, analyze, and implement important computer algorithms.

Observe, manipulate, and optimize computer memory using pointers in the C programming language

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Python

Learn basic programming skills using Python, including variable types, operations, user input/output, logic, loops, functions and object-oriented programming.

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3D Printing & Designing

Print components on 3D printers and assemble them together as part of our intuitive 3D printing projects. Students learn to design, print and then assemble 3D printed components that are later used in radio-controlled vehicles.

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Engineering Mechanics

Assemble, construct and repair radio-controlled cars, aircraft, hovercrafts and more as part of our mechanics program. Learn about the working and applications of RC electronics and avionics.