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Automotive BIW Design and Development Part 2 using NXCAD

This course continues with the development of automotive BIW components using the popular software NXCAD.

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Jayesh Suryawanshi

Volkswagen (I) Pvt. Ltd.,

RMD Sinhgad

Mithin SanthaKumar

Timetooth Technology

Cochin University of Science and Technology University in Kochi, Kerala

Manthan Waghaye

Altigreen Propulsion Labs Pvt Ltd

Shri Sant Gajanan Maharaj College Of Engineering

Hemant Sagar

KN Associates

PM polytechnic, Delhi ncr , sonipat

Jangaiah Chikonda



sai dinesh


usharama college of engineering and technology

Vadapalli A S Krishna Maruthi Srinivas

advance technologies

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada

Manas Metar

Sphinix World Biz Limited

University of Wolverhampton


This course is full of best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry experts in the form of videos and projects

Course Overview

  • This program is designed
    • Considering the complete Life cycle of a Design Phase in an Automotive Industry.
    • All the mandatory subdomains in BIW like Upper Body, Underbody, Closures, and Engine Compartment are covered in detail, whereas all design aspects with respect to tooling and production are covered.
  • One will be able to know the complete vehicle development process of both the DIGITAL and SERIAL LIFE processes.

Course Syllabus

On a daily basis we talk to companies in the likes of Tata Elxsi and Mahindra to fine tune our curriculum.

Week 01 - Rear Door Design

  • In this session, you will learn
    • Design requirements for the tailgate components
    • About functional requirements
    • Rear visibility criteria regulations
    • Rear crash regulations and requirements
    • Sealing and its function
    • Joining techniques like Hemming, spot welding, etc
    • Manufacturing Technique using a casting part
    • Gap and flushness requirements
    • Functional requirements for:
      • Hinge
      • Gas-stay/ powerlifter

Week 02 - Side-Body Design

  • In this session, you will learn 
    • Class-A surface correction
    • Extracting reference surfaces
    • Upper rail flange designing
    • A-pillar Designing: 
      • A-Pillar lower
      • A-pillar middle
    • Quarter panel designing
    • B-pillar designing
    • Sill-mounting region designing
    • Gas-stay retraction unit designing
    • Rear-bumper designing
    • Tail lamp Flange creation
  • Side-body inner panel assembly 
    • A-pillar inner panel assembly:
      • A-pillar upper inner panel
      • A-pillar lower inner panel
    • Lower inner panel assembly:
      • Lower middle inner panel
      • Lower front inner panel
      • Lower rear inner panel
    • Upper inner panel assembly:
      • Upper rear inner panel
      • Upper rear front inner panel
      • Upper front inner panel
    • B-pillar inner panel assembly:
      • B-pillar inner panel
      • B-pillar upper reinforcement inner panel
      • B-pillar Lower reinforcement inner panel
    • C-pillar inner panel assembly:
      • C-pillar inner panel.
    • Rear inner panel assembly:
      • Rear inner panel 1.
      • Rear inner panel 2.
      • Rear inner panel 3.
    • Brace roof rail inner panel assembly:
      • Brace roof rail inner panel

Week 03 - Side Door Design

  • In this session, you will learn 
    • Features and function of side door 
    • Side door architecture
    • Special cases
    • Latch and striker position mechanism
    • Two approaches to position hinges
    • Side door module
    • The considerations to prevent snow cuffing

Week 04 - Forming process: Rubber Parts Design and Development

  • In this session, you will learn
    • Functions of rubber parts
    • Types of rubber parts
    • Production process of rubber parts 

Week 05 - Dash Frame Floor Tunnel design (DFFT Design)

  • In this session, you will learn
    • Various parts, possible design variations, and joining methods for the floor
    • About the characteristics of the dash panel
    • Frame integration into the floor assembly and force resolution
    • Tunnel design variations and their functionality

Week 06 - Joining Element

  • In this session, you will learn
    • Basics of joining elements
    • Various types of joining elements 
      • Spot welding
      • Arc welding and its types
      • Clinching

Week 07 - Engine Compartment

  • In this session, you will learn
    • Engine Compartment structure
      • Main chassis structure
      • Suspension mounting
      • Front bumper assembly
      • Fender side mounting
      • Lower chassis structure
      • Lower engine mount
      • Joining methodology
    • Design considerations for each part
    • Manufacturing constraints

Our courses have been designed by industry experts to help students achieve their dream careers

Industry Projects

Our projects are designed by experts in the industry to reflect industry standards. By working through our projects, Learners will gain a practical understanding of what they will take on at a larger-scale in the industry. In total, there are 4 Projects that are available in this program.

Design of Rear Door

In this project, the students will design the inner and outer panels of the rear door. The inner panels should be designed in such a way that the outer upper and outer lower panels should be fixed separately as per the design.

Design of Side Body

In this project, the students will design the Inner and Outer panels of the side body based on the data extracted from the class A surface. During the project work, they will design the inner and outer panel assembly.

Design of Side Door

In this project, students will be asked to design the inner and outer panels of the side door with the necessary reinforcement and mounting requirements for interior trims.

Design of Engine Compartment

In this project, students will have to design the engine compartment. The design should be based on the given reference.

Our courses have been designed by industry experts to help students achieve their dream careers

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Level Up Your Design Skills with the Automotive BIW Design and Development Part 2 using NX CAD.

India is one of the largest automotive sectors in the world, selling over 295 million vehicles since 2019. The automobile exports are increasing and showing a growth of 3.47% GAGR from FY16 to FY21. The car manufacturers are looking for innovative ideas to attract new customers with improved body designs. 

BIW manufacturing is the design stage of the car when its body is designed and manufactured. It is the role of a BIW design engineer to better understand the styling criteria and design the body of a car that is lightweight and robust. The BIW design course will take you through different manufacturing techniques of a car body. Learning the 

Who Should Take This Course?

The industry-oriented BIW fixture design course is for students and graduates of mechanical engineering and related streams of engineering. If you are interested in manufacturing engineering and designing automotive bodies, you should pursue this course. Experienced professionals who want to upskill or are looking for a career transition can pursue this BIW design course online.

What will you learn?

The course will equip you with cutting-edge tools used in top OEMs. Through the Automotive BIW Design and Development Part 2 using NXCAD, you will learn:

  • Design of rear door, side body and side door along with its design requirements.
  • Design of A-pillar, B-pillar and Class-A Surface.
  • The latch mechanism is attached to the edge of the door.
  • The rubber parts are used in the body of a vehicle.
  • Structure of chassis and its joining methodology.

Skills You Will Gain

  • Hands-on experience in Siemens NX CAD software.
  • Complete knowledge of the design phase in the automotive industry.
  • In-depth understanding of BIW design of a car

Key Highlights of The Program

  • The Automotive BIW Design and Development Part 2 using NXCAD is an 8-week long course.
  • Besides the course completion certificate for all participants, the top 5% of learners get a merit certificate.
  • You will get email and forum support to clear your doubts during the course.
  • Real-time industry-relevant projects will make your learning purposeful and practice-oriented.

Career Opportunities after taking the course

Upon completing the Automotive BIW Design and Development Part 2 using NXCAD, numerous job opportunities will open up for you. Some exciting positions that you can work for include:

    • BIW Design Engineer
    • BIW Processing Engineer
    • Robotic Simulation Engineer

FAQs about Automotive BIW Design and Development Part 2 using NXCAD

Q. Who can take up the Automotive BIW Design and Development Part 2 using the NXCAD course?

Students and graduates of mechanical engineering and related engineering streams can take up the Automotive BIW Design and Development Part 2 using NXCAD. It is for anyone interested in the manufacturing and welding of different components.

Q. Is the Automotive BIW Design and Development Part 2 using NXCAD, an online program?

Yes, this BIW fixture design course is 100% online. 

Q. What is the duration of the Automotive BIW Design and Development Part 2 using the NXCAD course?

The BIW design course online is an 8-week course covering all the basic to advanced level concepts needed for manufacturing a vehicle from the design phase.

Q. How much can a BIW engineer earn?

According to Ambitionbox, the average base pay of a BIW design engineer is around Rs 5.1 Lakhs per annum. However, packages tend to increase with your experience and expertise.

Q. Is there any certificate for completing the Automotive BIW Design and Development Part 2 using the NXCAD course?

Yes, after completing the BIW design course online, you shall be given a course completion certificate. The top 5% of the scorers will receive a merit certificate alongside the course completion certificate.

Q. Is there any technical support available for the BIW fixture design course?

Yes, you can clear your doubts during coursework from our technical support team through email and forum support.

Q. What is BIW design?

The stage in the manufacturing process of the car when its body is manufactured is called BIW (Body in White).  

Q. Can you tell me more about Skill-Lync?

Skill-Lync is among India’s leading EdTech platforms dedicated to transforming engineering education. We equip young engineers with the latest skill sets and cutting-edge tools in new-age technologies.

The brainchild of two engineers from Chennai, Skill-Lync, is on a mission to bridge the skill gap between aspiring professionals and the industry’s demands through job-oriented courses.

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INR 40,000

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Become job ready with our comprehensive industry focused curriculum for freshers & early career professionals

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  • Personalized & Hands-OnSupport over Mail, Telephone for Query Resolution & Overall Learner Progress.

  • Job-Oriented Industry Relevant Curriculumavailable at your fingertips curated by Global Industry Experts along with Live Sessions.

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