9 Courses Offered
Modena Technologies, along with the other member companies of the Modena Group, is a predominantly family-owned enterprise, run by a diverse pool of talented individuals both inside and outside the family.
Our roots lie in Modena, the Northern Italian town (and our family name) famous for its food culture, its balsamic vinegar and of course, for being the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari, the founder of the racing and sport car manufacturer – Ferrari.
By contrast, our offices, the Modena Design Centre, nestles quietly in the magnificent Constantia valley outside of Cape Town, South Africa.
A wine-making region since 1685, the valley is known for its excellent viniculture, in particular for its Grand Constance sweet wine, so much a favourite of Napoleon Bonaparte, that he maintained a standing order of 30 bottles a month. As a company we draw inspiration from both locations.
What we do
We at Modena Technologies provide consulting services, hardware and software in the Architecture Engineering and Construction (AEC); as well as the Product Design, Manufacturing and Mining Industries.
Students must choose a project out of the listed options of the Intermediate Course Outline (e.g. a certain detailed model with a texture on a turntable, or an interior scene, or an own character model, or an animation.
The Autodesk® 3ds Max® Fundamentals training course provides a thorough introduction to the Autodesk 3ds Max 2021 software that will help new users make the most of this sophisticated application, as well as broaden the horizons of existing, self-taught users.
Introduction to Parametric Modeling course provides you with an understanding of the parametric design philosophy using the Autodesk® Fusion 360® software.
The Autodesk Inventor Logic course teaches you how to use the iLogic functionality that exists in Autodesk Inventor software. In this practice-intensive curriculum, you will acquire the knowledge required to use iLogic to automate Autodesk Inventor designs.
The Autodesk Advance Steel software is a powerful 3D modeling application that streamlines the fabrication process through the use of a 3D model, which is used to create fabrication drawings, Bill of Materials (BOM) lists, and files for Numerical Control (NC) machines.