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Eligibility

  • Students pursuing 3rd /Final Year

  • Completed Engineering graduates

CNC Turning (Basic Programming & Machining)

Understand the CNC and different types of CNC machines

Explain the cutting parameters

Understand factors to consider before choosing cutting tools

Understand the Preparatory and Miscellaneous Codes and its function

Write the basic Program by using Linear and Circular interpolation

Course explains CNC Turning basic programming, machining and quality checking of the components. It focuses on programming and machining with the help of simulation of industrial machine. Hands on real time practice will improve familiarization of programming and machining.

 

Eligibility

  • ITI, Diploma, Students pursuing 3rd /Final Year

  • Completed Engineering graduates

CNC Milling (Basic Programming & Machining)

Understand the CNC and different types of CNC machines

Explain the cutting parameters

Understand the Preparatory and Miscellaneous Codes and its function

Write the basic Program by using Linear and Circular interpolation

The course explains CNC Milling basic programming & machining and quality checking of the components. It focuses on programming and machining with help of simulations and practical session on industrial machine.

 

Eligibility

  • Practicing engineers from production and quality departments with two to five years of experience. (Not design eng.)

Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T)

Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing application and its benefits over conventional tolerance

Apply the GD&T concepts, rules, symbols and modifiers in production and inspection methods

Understand the importance of interpretation of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing and know the difference between the conventional toelrancing and GD&T. It focuses on interpretation of the 14 GD&T symbols and how to apply in production and inspection.

 

Eligibility

  • 10th, 12th, ITI, Diploma in Engg

  • Basic welding knowledge

Basics of SMAW Process

Understand the welding process and its application

Be able to identify the welding defects causes and remedies

Understand the welding metal preparation

Understand the importance of welding inspection 

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) or “STICK” welding is a manual welding process that uses a consumable electrode to create a weld. This welding process is used extensively in the construction of heavy steel structures and industrial fabrication. Learn the types of arc welding machines, polarity settings, and discuss care and maintenance of welding machines.

 

Eligibility

  • Pursuing (3rd /Final Year) / Completed Engineering graduates / working professionals in production, tooling, product and process engineering, quality functions with 0 to 2 years’ experience

  • Mechanical / manufacturing engineering background

Jigs & Fixtures

  • Explain the jigs and fixtures, its parts  and functional importance     

  • Identify the types of jigs  and fixtures for typical manufacturing process   

  • Explain the advantage of using   jigs and fixtures.   

  • Able to carry out work with   jigs and fixtures.

  • Able to suggest appropriate jigs and fixtures for the jobs handling. 

  • Assist in manufacturing, vendor development, process engineering.

  • Can take  further training in tool design , CAD , Solid works

The Jigs and fixtures course explains the purpose of using jigs and fixtures in the industry ,  difference  between jigs and fixtures, types and the  principles involved in jigs and fixtures design explaining the various of jigs and fixtures and material of construction . All the jigs and fixtures explained with pictures, diagrams and videos in certain applications in the PPTs. Interesting Interactive sessions are planned through instructor led online training

 

Eligibility

  • 10th, 12th, DME & DEE students

  • Basic welding knowledge

Basics of GTAW

  • Be able to understand the GTAW welding process and its application

  • Understand the welding power source and its types

  • Understand the type of Electrode and its specification

  • Understand the Shielding gas function

  • Identifying the main defects in the welds and knowing ways to avoid them

  • Be able to identify the welding defects causes and remedies. 

  • Be able to understand the importance of welding inspection and its types

  • Have high chances of getting TIG welding jobs in various industries

Gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW or TIG welding) is a precise welding process that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode and inert shielding gas. GTAW can be used on a wide variety of metals and can be performed manually or with the use of semi-automated or totally automated systems. GTAW gives the welder increased control over the weld, which allows the fabrication of stronger and higher quality welds. The process can be complex and requires practice to master but the improved weld quality is vital to certain applications. 

This course on GTAW describes the tools used in GTAW and discusses various factors that should be considered when using GTAW process. The topics in this program will be explained with PPTs, relevant videos, animations and applications examples.  Highly interactive sessions planned through Instructor led online training

 

Eligibility

  • Participants with prior knowledge in CNC basic Programing - ITI, Diploma and Completed Engineering graduates

CNC Turning Canned Cycle

Programming & Machining

  • Have the knowledge about Canned cycles 

  • Apply the Tool Nose Radius Compensation

  • Be able to set the tool for component machining

  • Write the programming and machining the component with G70 and G71 cycle

  • Understand the component machining with G72 facing cycle

  • Be familiar with the profile machining - G73 cycle

  • Know the G74 drilling cycle, Groove cutting using G75 cycle and Thread cutting with G76 cycle

This course explains CNC Turning canned cycle programming and machining and quality checking of the components. It focuses on programming and machining with the help of simulation and practice on industrial machine. Hands on real time practice will improve familiarization of programming and machining.  The topics in this program will be explained with PPTs, relevant videos, animations.  Highly interactive sessions planned through Instructor led online training and hands on

 

Eligibility

  • 10th, 12th, DME & DEE students

Basics of GMAW

  • Be able to understand the GMAW welding process and its application

  • Understand the welding power source and its types

  • Understand the type of Electrode specification

  • Understand the metal transfer and its types

  • Identifying the main defects in the welds and knowing ways to avoid them

  • Be able to identify the welding defects, causes and remedies. 

  • Understand the welding metal preparation.

  • Be able to understand the importance of welding inspection and its types

  • Be able look for MIG welding related jobs in various industries

“Basic of GMAW” provides a comprehensive overview of the gas metal arc welding process and its equipment. GMAW is a semi-automatic or automatic process that uses a consumable electrode and a shielding gas. GMAW equipment includes a power source, wire electrode, wire feeder, shielding gas, and welding gun. GMAW typically uses a constant voltage power source and direct current electrode positive polarity (DCEP). In GMAW, there are several modes of metal transfer: short circuit, globular, and axial spray.
GMAW is one of the most popular arc welding processes. This process can be semi-automatic or automatic and it is one of the easiest to learn. A good understanding of GMAW is also helpful when learning about related types of welding such as gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW).

 

Eligibility

  •  Pursuing (3rd /Final Year) / working professionals with 0-2 year of experience from manufacturing and maintenance. (Not for practicing designers and machine builders)

  • Awareness in basic machine tools and machines elements

Bearings

  • Identify the various types of bearings and its application

  • Identify the causes for failures and suggest the remedies

  • Explain the specification of bearing and able to read the bearing catalogue.

  • Take high end program on bearing load calculation and design courses

  • Be able to get job opportunities in maintenance department by learning other maintenance related courses like maintenance management, maintenance of power transmitting elements and awareness on TPM.

The course explains different types of bearing and its application, factors to be considered for selection and maintenance of bearings. The topics in this program will be explained with PPTs, relevant videos, animations and applications examples.  Highly interactive sessions planned through Instructor led online training

 

Eligibility

  • Participants have a knowledge in CNC basic milling Programing - ITI, Diploma and Completed Engineering graduates

CNC Milling Canned Cycle -

Programming & Machining

  • Knowledge about Canned cycles 

  • Setting the tool for component machining

  • Setting and properly clamp the work piece

  • Write the programming and machining the component with sup program

  • Knowledge about the component machining with mirror concept

  • Programming and simulation with spot drilling cycle

  • Simulate the programming with peck drilling cycle

The course explains CNC Milling cycle programming and machining and quality checking of the components. It focuses on programming and machining with help of simulation in industrial machine. Hands on real time practices will improve familiarization of programming and machining.  The topics in this program will be explained with PPTs, relevant videos, animations.  Highly interactive sessions planned through Instructor led online training and hands on

 

Eligibility

  • Pursuing (3rd /Final Year) / Completed Engineering graduates and working professional in the industry with 0 to 2 years’ experience

  • Mechanical, manufacturing engineering discipline

Press & Pressline Accessories

  • Explain the press and press line accessories and its use in press parts manufacturing.    

  • Know various types of   presses and its use produce   press parts applications. 

  • Identify the press and press accessories specification.

  • Assist in the set up or guiding in setting up of press line set up and care in establishing the line.

  • Explain the press parts handling, movement including disposal of scrap      

  • Able to take up or guide press operations with confidence and interest by knowing the press and press line accessories.

  • Can handle and guide press shop operations and give required output and quality 

  • Can take Similar training sessions on press operations of cutting, forming, press tool design and manufacturing,

  • Be able to advance in their career to become shift in charge / supervisors of press shop after gaining relevant experience

The course on press and press line accessories explains how a press line is to be formed, what accessories to be added, how the accessories to be specified, and how the specifications for the accessories to be derived, what care to be taken during the commissioning. The course also covers the different types of presses, their specifics in selection and advantages. Similar approach is followed for  Decoilers, straighteners and  feeders .  The topics in this program will be explained with PPTs, relevant videos, pictures and applications examples.  The programme will be highly interactive since sessions are   planned through Instructor led online training

 

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