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Department of Mechanical Engineering is organizing A One Day Skill Development Programme with CNC Turning Center. The aim of this Skill Development Programme is to enhance the knowledge of students about drawing reading, operating process, G-Code & M-Code with actual programming, tool & work setting and product manufacturing.

The goal of this Skill Development Programme is to fill the gap between industry and academia.

The selection will be on a first come first served basis. The number of candidates per batch is limited to 30. Please note that this Skill Development Programme is only for Diploma Final Year Mechanical Students.

Course Content

  • Introduction to Ace (Jobber XL) CNC Turner
  • Hands on Measuring Instruments
  • Drawing Reading (GD & T)
  • Workpiece & Tool Offsetting
  • Aix Designation & G-Codes, M-Codes
  • Basic CNC Programming
  • Hands on Job Preparation

 

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January 06, 2017
Mechanical Engineering

Main objective of the workshop is to aware about Catia Software and advances in CAD/CAM technology.

Content of the seminar was:

Basics Sketcher & Part modelling

Intro to Generative Shape Desig

Application of GSD

Best Practice GSD (Basics)

Intro to GSD (Advance)

Application of GSD (Advance)

Aerospace Sheet metal design

Automotive (Free Sketcher) design

Industrial application of Catia

CADD Centre, rajkot had delivered the Workshop. Expert sessions was delivered by Arun Mishra having experience of 9 years in Japan based companies like Meibann machinery and now serving in Makino Machinery for setup of Tata & Honda plant at Sanand.

Mechanical Engineering

The seminar was taken by Adroit 3D Technologies. They offer a complete range of Engineering Solutions to help companies in their product development process like 3D print, 3D scan, design and consulting. Company has 20,000 customers in 100 countries who are using additive manufacturing technique.

Main objective of the seminar is to aware about additive manufacturing technique. To understand how 3D printing and scanning works and to understand the various technologies involved.

It all starts with making a virtual design of the object you want to create. This virtual design is for instance a CAD (Computer Aided Design) file. This CAD file is created using a 3D modeling application or with a 3D scanner (to copy an existing object). A 3D scanner can make a 3D digital copy of an object.

Additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. In an additive process an object is created by laying down successive layers of material until the object is created. Each of these layers can be seen as a thinly sliced horizontal cross-section of the eventual object.

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Main objectives of the seminar were to introduce about NSIC (National Small Industrial Corporation Ltd) and its working profile and to aware students about entrepreneurship development. Experts Mr. Ram Yadav and Mr. Kuldeep Rajput had delivered talk about NSIC schemes for Entrepreneurship Development. The Experts had also provided valuable information about startup small product manufacturing and its development.

 

Mechanical Engineering

Team of CAD Centre, Rajkot conducted training of Autocad to 3rd semester mechanical students. Principal objective of the training was to make the students aware about one of the most prominent drafting tool Autocad. Students have drafted various components using the Autocad-15. They learned the basics of drafting and the application of various commands of the Autocad and their applications.

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Prakhar Upasani, student of Mechanical engineering secured 63rd rank out of 353 participants with completion time of 00:58:32 minutes to complete the distance of 6 km in National Swimming Competition organized by Western command, Indian Navy at Colaba, Mumbai.

Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering is organizing an STTP on "CAD using Creo and CNC Programming" during November 21st - 25th , 2016.

Design, Manufacturing and Product Development are the complete set of activities needed to bring new technologies and services to the marketplace. This training is designed to provide practical tools necessary to transform the product ideas of Entrepreneurs into a marketable and commercially viable product.

The goal of this course is to teach you how to use the Creo mechanical design automation software to build parametric models of parts and assemblies and how to make simple drawings of those parts and programming on CNC.

Course Content

  • Solid Modeling
  • Advanced Solid Modeling
  • Assembly of Parts
  • Part Drawing and Detailing
  • Structural Analysis
  • Programming with CNC turning center (Jobber XL)

 

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A workshop was conducted by Bluechip Infocorp Pvt. Ltd. (BCIPL). Bluechip Infocorp Pvt. Ltd. (BCIPL) offers a complete range of Engineering Solutions to help companies in their product development process. They started off as Pro/CAD-CAM Solutions in 2002 to offer training and engineering services.

Main objective of the workshop is to aware about the 3D printing technology and 3D scanner technology. To understand how 3D printing and scanning works and to understand the various technologies involved.