The Complete CAD/CAM Suite for Complex Shapes
- Metrology is the scientific study of measurement. It includes all aspects both theoretical and practical with reference to measurements, whatever their uncertainty and in whichever field of science or technology they occur.
2.Limits, Fits & Tolerances
- In mechanical engineering, limits and fits are a set of rules regarding the dimensions and tolerances of mating machined parts if they are to achieve the desired ease of assembly, and security after assembly.
3.Jigs, Fixtures and Gauges
- Both jigs and fixtures are used in manufacturing. Jigs are a type of fixture that guides and supports a tool, whereas a fixture is used to secure a workpiece to be worked on,..
4.GD&T Basic & Advanced as per ASMEY14.5-2018 Standard
- Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) is a language of symbols and standards designed and used by engineers and manufacturers to describe a product and facilitate communication between entities working together to produce something.
5.Tolerance Stackup Analysis
- A method of mathematically predicting the resultant effect of piece part and sub assembly tolerance along with assembly process and fixturing variation on a particular build objective of the assembly.
- Training of Competitors, Experts and Jury members for participating in Worldskills India Competitions.
7.Design & Manufacture of Injection Moulds
- Injection Moulding is a process of manufacturing moulds for producing parts by injecting molten material into a mould.
8.Design & Manufacture of Die casting die
- Die casting is a process of manufacturing moulds for producing metal parts by injecting molten materials into a mould.
9.Setup time reduction on CNC Machines
- How to reduce the time taken to setup a part for machining and reduce cycle time & idle time.
10.Cutting Tool Geometry (standard specifications)
- Cutting parameter optimization for efficient machining.
11.CAM v/s G code Programming
- Introduction to G code v/s CAM programming for CNC Milling & Turning.
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