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  • Learn 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


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Duration |  7 Hours – 2hrs/day


  • 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


  • Attendance – 90% Min 

  • Assignment completion – 100%

  • Post-test assessment score – 70% Min


  • Jigs and fixtures of all types covered, so that any part can be handled with the knowledge gained.

  •  Similar design / method can be applied to the new products and gives basic knowledge to think differently by combining the various designs to suit the new product. 

  •  End of the module assessments enable instructor to ascertain whether students have understood the content correctly.

  •  Student feedback helps to upgrade the course content on a continuous basis


  • Introduction to jigs and fixtures 

  • Need of jigs and fixtures.

  • Advantages of using jigs and fixtures 

  • Disadvantages of using jigs and fixtures 

  • Elements of jigs and fixtures 

  • Location, locating methods and design guiding elements  , 

  • Clamps and clamping methods 

  • Different types of jigs to meet the application requirements.

  • Different types of fixtures to meet the application requirements


By The End Of Course The Learner Will:

  • 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

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