Short Term Training Program

Course Name
Eligibility
Theory
Practical

Basic Robot programming

Duration:

Academic: 80 Hrs (40 Hrs Theory + 40 Hrs Practical)
(Running Mode: Part Time /Weekend /Regular)

Corporate: 40 Hrs (20 Hrs Theory + 20 Hrs Practical)
(Running Mode: Regular)

Goals:

Goal of this training is to get all basic acquirements for the programming of the KUKA robot system.

Course Content:

  • Safety instruction for KUKA robots
  • Operating of the robot system
  • Knowledge and usage of the coordinate systems
  • Methods of tool calibration and tool payload
  • To realize a mastering
  • To realize a calibrating of a work piece
  • Usage of the navigator, creating programs & archiving of programs
  • Usage of motion programming
  • Insert, delete and manipulate points
  • Usage of logic and gripper programming
  • Introduction to the expert level
  • Work with automatic mode
  • Robot Simulation on SIMLAYOUT software
Prerequisites- None

Trainee Eligibility

  • Student: B.Tech / Diploma
  • Working Professionals: Minimum 6 months of experience
Training Outcomes -
  • Covers the classifications, characteristics, and functions of industrial robots as well as basic safety precautions for working with robots.
  • Covers the fundamental concepts required for programming of industrial robots
  • Describes the various types of end effectors and their uses. It also explains the issue of compliance and describes how to maintain end effectors.
  • Covers the most common applications of industrial robots.
  • Describe the most common robot axes. It will explain how to understand these axes, and how they are used to control robot movement.
  • Introduced to the troubleshooting process and will learn how to identify problems and their causes. It will also go through some problems specific to robots and identify common causes and solutions.
  • Teach you about the importance of maintenance, as well as the various approaches and methods used by maintenance workers today to keep industrial robots performing optimally.
  • Describes the physical components of industrial robots. It also describes how these devices move and cause motion to perform work

Advance Robot programming

Duration:

Academic: 80 Hrs (40 Hrs Theory + 40 Hrs Practical)
(Running Mode: Part Time /Weekend /Regular)

Corporate: 40 Hrs (20 Hrs Theory + 20 Hrs Practical)
(Running Mode: Regular)

Goals:
Building on the "Basic Robot Programming" training, Robot Programming is extended and depend. The main emphasis of this seminar is on the one hand the high level programming language KRL and on the other hand the structuring and documentation of Robot Programs.

Course Content:

  • Language elements of the KRL programming language • 
    • FOLD concept
    • Flow Chart
    • Editing facilities
    • Data concept
    • Use of subprograms
    • Check structures
    • Motion instructions
    • Digital I/O instructions
  • Signal exchange with a higher-level PLC
    • Configuring the Automatic External interface
  • Gripper configuration
  • Advance Robot Simulation on SIMPRO software Prerequisites: Trainee Eligibility: •  Student : B. Tech / Diploma •  Working Professionals: Minimum 6 months of experience

Prerequisites-

  • Training "Basic Robot Programming".
  • Meanful but not necessary: Basic Knowledge of High - level Programming language (e.g. C++ or Turbo Pascal.

Trainee Eligibility

  • Student: B.Tech / Diploma
  • Working Professionals: Minimum 6 months of experience
Training Outcomes -
  • Covers the classifications, characteristics, and functions of industrial robots as well as basic safety precautions for working with robots.
  • Covers different methods of protecting workers from industrial robot accidents.
  • Covers the functions and characteristics of the different components of an industrial robot.
  • Covers the function of structured programming, their methodology & conceptualization.
  • Covers the fundamental concepts of Variables, subprograms, function, Data list & Data manipulation in the depth of robotic programming.
  • Covers the fundamental concepts required for programming of industrial robots.
  • Describes the various types of end effectors and their uses. It also explains the issue of compliance and describes how to maintain end effectors.
  • Covers the most common applications of industrial robots.
  • Introduced to the troubleshooting process and will learn how to identify problems and their causes. It will also go through some problems specific to robots and identify common causes and solutions.

Expert Robot programming

Duration:

Academic: 80 Hrs (40 Hrs Theory + 40 Hrs Practical)
(Running Mode: Part Time /Weekend /Regular)

Corporate: 40 Hrs (20 Hrs Theory + 20 Hrs Practical)
(Running Mode: Regular)

Goals:
The Expert Robot Programming Training is aimed at the programming personnel for KUKA industrial robots. Building on the "Advanced Robot Programming" training, programming knowledge and skills are extended and deepened in this training. You will learn methods for implementing complex tasks as structured robot programs. This is done using the high-level programming language KRL.

Course Content:

  • Project execution
  • Robot anti-collision measures
  • Creation of user-defined messages
  • Interrupt programming
  • Trigger statement
  • Return motion strategy / fault strategy
  • Digital and analog I/O instructions.
Prerequisites- Training "Advanced Robot Programming Course

Trainee Eligibility

  • Student: B.Tech / Diploma
  • Working Professionals: Minimum 6 months of experience
Training Outcomes -
  • Covers the classifications, characteristics, and functions of industrial robots as well as basic safety precautions for working with robots.
  • Covers different methods of protecting workers from industrial robot accidents.
  • Covers the function of structured programming, their methodology & conceptualization.
  • Covers the fundamental concepts of Variables, subprograms, function, Data list & Data manipulation in the depth of robotic programming.
  • Covers the fundamental concepts of Project execution, Robot anti-collision measures.
  • Covers the fundamental final Creation of user-defined messages, Interrupt programming.
  • Covers the functions of Trigger statement, Return motion strategy / fault strategy.
  • Covers the fundamental concepts of Digital and analog I/O instructions.
  • Describes the various types of end effectors and their uses. It also explains the issue of compliance and describes how to maintain end effectors.
  • Covers the most common applications of industrial robots.
  • Introduced to the troubleshooting process and will learn how to identify problems and their causes. It will also go through some problems specific to robots and identify common causes and solutions.
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Course Name
Eligibility
Theory
Practical

Automation Technologies-Basic


Duration:

Academic: 40 Hrs (15 Hrs Theory + 25 Hrs Peactical)
Corporate:40 Hrs (15 Hrs Theory + 25 Hrs Peactical)

Goals:

The course strives to impart adequate background on automation as well as to provide hands-on training to truly appreciate the various automation and mechatronics related concept. Course will provide basic knowledge about Hydraulic, Pneumatic and PLCs Technology.

Course Content

  • Pneumatic system and its element
  • Air preparation & Distribution System
  • Pneumatic circuits with practical aspects
  • Safety aspects
  • Hydraulics, physical fundamental and principle of operation
  • Hydraulic component (pumps,motors, cyclinders, valves: directional, pressure, flow; accessories)
  • Fluid Power symbol as per DIN ISO 1219
  • Basic hydraulic circuits
  • Practice by self-trial of circuit making on demonstration power pack I
  • Introduction to industrial controllers
  • PLC basic and system architecture
  • Ladder logic programming
  • Timer and control counters
  • PLC specials function, online and offline monitoring
Prerequisites- B.tech / diploma (pursuing / completed )

Trainee Eligibility -

 

Student:

Working Professionals:

Undergraduate Diploma / Engineers

Engineering/ supervisor/ programmers, service technicians Engineers

Training Outcomes -

Upon completion of this course, the student will be avail to accomplish the following competencies
  • Manufacturing excellence through relevant automation.
  • Controller programming and use of actuators in automation and selection criteria.
  • Industrial control system, PLC Programming, use of Function Blocks, Multi-tasking, Human-mechanic-interface design.
  • Perform maintenance techniques including :
    • Installation
    • Maintenance
    • Troubleshooting

Automation Technologies-Intermediate


Duration:
Academic: 80 Hrs (30 Hrs Theory + 50 Hrs Peactical)
Corporate:80 Hrs (30 Hrs Theory + 50 Hrs Peactical)

Goals:

The main objective of this course is to make the aspring engineers acquainted with the conceptual as well as practical knowledge of the Electro Hydraulic and Electro pneumatics Technology as well as their coordinated operation with Programmable Logic controller.
Content:

  • Electro Pneumatic Control
  • Solenoid operation of valves
  • Pneumatic and electro- Pneumatic Circuit with practical aspects
  • Maintenance and trouble shooting
  • Safety aspects
  • Electro- hydraulic control
  • Instructions guidance and review for critical hydraulic aspects
  • Practice by self care of circuit making on being honest demonstration Power pak
  • Instruction on storage, commissioning, trouble shooting, Maintenance and safety
  • Electro- hydraulic and Electro- pneumatic control Technology with PLC
  • Develop a PLC program for automatic control system of a medium degree of complicity.
  • Select the Right hardware for given application
  • Contact the field device to the PLC to create complete control system
  • Introduction to sensor Technology
  • Fundamental construction feature of various sensors
  • Principle & Functioning of various sensor like Inductive sensor, Competitive sensor, Photo electric sensor, Ultra sonic sensor
Prerequisites- Candidate must have done automation Technologies: Basic

Trainee Eligibility -

 

Student:

Working Professionals:

Undergraduate Diploma / Engineers

Engineers/ supervisor/ programmers

Training Outcomes -

The theory should be taught Earth practical should be undertaken in such a manner that participants are able to acquire different learning outcomes in cognitive, psychomotor and affective domain to demonstrate the following course outcomes :
  • Describe working of various blocks of basic Industry and industrial automation system
  • Connect zebpay reference with the PLC
  • Use various PNC function and development application program using sensors and actuators
  • Summarise electro hydraulic and electro pneumatic systems
  • Use various industrial sensors for Industrial Automation

Automation Technologies-Advance


Duration:
Academic: 120 Hrs (40 Hrs Theory + 80 Hrs Practical)
Corporate:120 Hrs (40 Hrs Theory + 80 Hrs Practical)

Goals:

This course introduces participants to the circuits used for automatic process controls. of industrial systems, and focuses on theoretical as well as practical aspects of Proportional Hydraulics, Mechatronics, CNC and Motion Controller and Servo Control.
Content:

  • Overview of hydraulics, pneumatics, electronics.
  • Introduction to Proportional Hydraulics.
  • Configuration of mechanical equipment and electrical controls for assembly and conveying systems.
  • Concept of Assembly and conveying systems.
  • Hands-on with Modular Automation System.
  • Human Machine Interface: Operation and programming
  • Communication Protocol: Profibus
  • Drive parameterization
  • Introduction to M code & G codes
  • Part programming, subroutine, standard cycles
  • PLC controlled positioning mode (MLD-M)
  • Virtual & Real Master Configuration on MLD
  • Velocity & Phase synchronization
  • Hands-on with motion control system
Prerequisites- Must have done Automation Technologies: Intermediate

Trainee Eligibility -

 

Student:

Working Professionals:

Undergraduate Diploma / Engineers

Engineers/ supervisor/ programmers

Training Outcomes -

The theory should be taught and practical should be undertaken in such a manner that participants are able to acquire following learning outcomes :
  • Able to learn theoretical and practical aspect of Proportional l lydraulics.
  • Gain ability to communicate PLC, I lydraulic, Pneumatic and HMI over common network.
  • Complete knowledge of Motion Control.
  • Perform Maintenance Techniques Including:
    • Installation
    • Maintenance
    • Troubleshooting

    On Hydraulics, Pneumatics, PLC and Mechatronics Systems.

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Course Name
Eligibility
Theory
Practical

LabVIEW CORE I&II

Duration:
Academic: 4
0 Hrs (24Hrs Theory + 16 Hrs Practical)
Corporate : 40 Hrs (24Hrs Theory + 16 Hrs Practical)

Goals:

This course is drafted for fresher's B.E/B.Tech and M. Tech to enhance their understanding in V irtual Instrumentation technology. Training program provides the state-of-the-art way to effectively learn basic and advanced engineering concepts using a graphical programming plattorm. During the program trainees will work on variety of applications in the domain of test, measurement, process control and automation, monitoring and simulation.

Trainees will go through hands-on experiment on various data acquisition card to validate the concept they learnt during the training

Course Content:

  • Setting Up Hardware
  • Navigating LabVIEW
  • Troubleshooting And Debugging fills
  • Implementing AVI
  • Relating Data
  • Managing Resources
  • Developing Modular Application
  • Common Design Techniques And Patterns
  • Using variables
  • Apply common design patterns that use notifiers, queues, and events
  • Use event programming effectively
  • Programmatically control user interface objects
  • Evaluate binary file I/O format and use them in applications
  • Modify existing code for improved usability
  • Prepare, build, and deploy stand-alone applications
Prerequisites- B.Tech

Trainee Eligibility

  • Student: B.Tech (All Branches)
  • Working Professionals: B.Tech
Training Outcomes -

After attending this course, student will he able to:

  • Learn how to develop basic applications in the LabVIEW graphical programming enviroment
  • Create applications using a state machine design pattern
  • Read and write data to file
  • Recommended preparation for Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer exam,
  • Apply common design patterns that use notifiers, queues, and events
  • Use event programming effectively
  • Programmatically control user interface objects
  • Evaluate binary file I/O format and use them in applications
  • Modify existing code for improved usability
  • Prepare, build, and deploy stand-alone applications

LabVIEW CORE III & Connectivity

Duration:
Academic:
40 Hrs (24Hrs Theory + 16 Hrs Practical)
Corporate : 40 Hrs (24Hrs Theory + 16 Hrs Practical)

Goals:
This advance course is drafted for B.E./B.Tech, M.Tech and CLAD (Certified LabV1EW (Associate Developer) certified candidates to increase their proficiency by exposing t he be , st developing, for designing , developi. documenting, and testing LabVIEW applications. It also helps the trainee to learn how to follow an agile approach to develop, test, and deploy your design to reduce time to completion and improve application modularity.

During the program trainees will also learn, how to increase application functionality and reduce development ti me by using technologies such as DLLs. ActiveX, and the Internet to take advantage of the capabilities of other applications through numerous project work.

Course Content:

  • Developing Successful Applications
  • Organizing the Projec
  • t Creating an Application Architecture
  • Customizing the User Interface
  • Managing and Logging Errors
  • Creating Modular Code
  • Calling Shared Libraries in LabVIEW
  • Using VI Server Using ActiveX and .NET Objects in LabVIEW
  • Connecting to Databases
  • Broadcasting Data and Serving Data to a Client
  • Using LabVIEW Web Services
Prerequisites- B. Tech, LabVIEW CORE 1&II, CLAD Certification

Trainee Eligibility

  • Student: B.Tech (All Branches)
  • Working Professionals: B.Tech
Training Outcomes -

After attending this course, student will he able to:

  • To develop an application in an agile manner with improved file organization methods to resolve file conflicts.
  • To use the Queued Message Handler project template to develop a multi loop aplication.
  • To use notifiers for one-to-many communicationa between parallel loops
  • To handle errors locally or globally depending on the severity of the error.
  • To develop, integrate , and test scalable, readable, and maintainable code modules
  • Identify th e com p on ents, benefits, and use cases of different network communication options
  • Design applications using different networking technologies and architectures lications using VI Server
  • Programmatically control LabVIEW VIs and app
  • Share data between LabVIEW and other applications over a network
  • Create and deploy Web services using LabVIEW
  • Use the LabVIEW Database Connectivity Toolkit, ActiveX and .NET, DLLs and UDP and TCP/IP to corrimunicate with databases

Industrial Training Program (ITP)

Duration:
Academic:
120 Hrs (48Hrs Theory + 72 Hrs Practical)
Corporate : 120 Hrs (48Hrs Theory + 72 Hrs Practical)

Goals:

This course is drafted for fresher's B_E13.Tech and M. Tech to enhance their understanding in Virtual Instrumentation technology. The program provides the state-of-the-art way to learn basic and advanced engineering concepts using a graphical programmint- platform. Struz_tumi designed training provides balance in theoretical and practical concepts Lab\ IEM basic course enhances application development skills where as LabVIEW advance course focuses on analytical approach towards project designing. During Emb;.-dded System connectivit y course. em b e dd e d concepts will be demonstrated on various modules like Zig-bee, Bluetooth, GSM, GPS etc..

During the program trainees will work on variety of applications in the domain of test, measurement, process control and automation.. monitoring and simulation. Trainees will also go through hands-on experiment on various data acquisition card to validate the concept they learnt during the training.

Course Content:

  • Navigating LabVIEW
  • Troubleshooting And Debugging NIs
  • Documentation and user interactive VI's
  • Array, Clusters, Case Structures etc
  • Managing Resources lije file reading. writing in various formats
  • Developing Modular Application
  • Common Design Techniques And Patterns,
  • Using variables ; Local, Global, Shared and functional variable
  • Apply common design patterns that use notifiers, queues, and events
  • Programmatically control user interface objects through event generation
  • Modify existing code for improved usability
  • Prepare, build, and deploy stand-alone applications
  • Introduction to Embedded System Connectivity
  • Building data acquisition systems with Daq Cards.
  • Creating and verifying application through Usb. 6009, and MyDAQ Signal Conditioning through MyRIO
  • Experimental hands-on with NI ELVIS II+, Mechatronics Trainer, and DC Motor Trainer.
  • Project development with Zig-bee, board etc. Bluetooth, GSM, GPS, microcontroller development board etc.
Prerequisites- B.Tech

Trainee Eligibility

  • Student: B.Tech (All Branches)
  • Working Professionals: B.Tech
Training Outcomes -

After attending this course, student will he able to:

  • Learn how to develop basic applications in the LabVIEW graphical programming enviment
  • Design application based on various design pattern
  • Bluetooth module. RFID Card.. GSM module
  • Work on development for Industrial live applications
  • Become capable in writing software code for embedded system application using Virtual Instrumentation
  • Become capable to understand both hardware and software aspects of embedded system application
  • Be absorbed as entry level software firmware engineer in embedded system industry
  • System verification of embedded products with graphical user interface and hardware I/O's.
  • Develop an architecmral layout and user interface system.
  • Troubleshoot test system hardware and integrate designs with application software.
  • Testing, test design, test development processes and related tools based on graphical interface.
  • Analyze the various test scenarios and implement automation tools.
  • Verify and validate the software based on requirements.
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Eligibility
Theory
Practical

Certificate Course for Welding Technician

Duration:

Academic: 80 Hours (Th: 20 hrs; Pr: 60 hrs). ............................. Corporate: 40 Hours (Th: 10 hrs. , Pr: 30 hrs)

Goals: This course is drafted for fresher's ITI & Diploma holders to develop basic skill in welding technologies. Welding is one of the special processes which require competency & certification to perform the job activity. This course will provide good understanding of welding to beginners to become competent welding personnel.

Content:

  • Safety in welding & cutting.
  • Gas welding equipments & Accessories.
  • Type of joints & Welds.
  • Welding positions & welding Symbols.
  • SN1A\V. GMAW, GTAW- principle of operation, advantages, application and limitations.
  • Welding Power Source & Effect of welding parameter & shielding gases on bead profile.
  • Welding defect — their Cause & Remedies
  • Practical session on Virtual welding machine.
  • Practical session on SMAW, GMAW, GTAW & Gas welding & Cutting with various electrode types, Welding positions, joint types, techniques.
Prerequisites- ITI/Diploma (Fresher/Pursuing) haring interest in Welding.

Trainee Eligibility -

 

Student:

Working Professionals:

Diploma / ITI

Welding Technicians

Training Outcomes-

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Select the required arc welding process for any given job & select consumables accordingly.
  • Select welding parameters Prepare welding samples by gas cutting and beveling.
  • Weld Fillet & Butt joints in Flat, Horizontal & Vertical position by SN1AW & GMAW.
  • Weld Fillet & BIM joints in flat position by GTAW.

Short Term Training Program on Welding Technology

Duration:

Academic: 80 Hours (Th: 20 hrs; Pr: 60 hrs). ............................. Corporate: 40 Hours (Th: 10 hrs. , Pr: 30 hrs)

Goals: This course is drafted for B.E. / B. Tech (Pursuing / Fresher's) candidates to develop their skill in Welding Technology. This course will provide the trainees with basic knowledge & skills required by B.E. / B. Tech. graduates to perform Welding related activities as per the need of manufacturing and fabrication Industries.

Content:

  • Safety in welding, Introduction & Classification of Welding Process, Oxy-fuel Cutting & Welding
  • Welding Power Sources Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW).
  • Electrode Coatings & AWS designation of Filler metal/Electrodes
  • Preheat, Interpass, Post heat & PWHT
  • Evaluation & Selection of welding Processes & consumables, Effect of welding parameter on Bead Profile.
  • Weld Design & Welding Symbols, Shielding Gases & their effect on bead profile.
  • Defect in Weldments — Cause & Remedies & Distortion
  • Welding Procedure Specification & Procedure qualification Record (WPS/PQR)
  • Basics of Welding Metallurgy & Weld Inspection.
  • Cutting, Preparation & Marking of test Piece
  • Bead on plate Trial on SMAW, GTAW and GMAW
  • Fillet Weld trial on 1F,2F & 3F position
  • Butt Weld Trial on Groove Weld 1G,2G & 3G Position
  • Test Piece welding of Fillet & Groove Weld.
  • Measurement of Fillet Size of weld & welding defect by different welding gauges
Prerequisites- Basic understanding of workshop practice and manufacturing science

Trainee Eligibility -

 

Student:

Working Professionals:

Undergraduate B.E/ B. Tech

Engineers/ Supervisors/ Technicians

Training Outcomes-

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Select the required arc welding process for any given job & select consumables accordingly.
  • Prepare welding samples by gas cutting and beveling.
  • Weld Fillet & Butt joints in Flat, Horizontal & Vertical position by SN1AW & GMAW.
  • Weld Fillet & BIM joints in flat position by GTAW.

Industrial Training Program on Welding & Inspection Technology

Duration:

Academic: 120 Hours (Th: 40 hrs; Pr: 80 hrs)

Goals:This course is drafted for B.E. / 13. Tech (pursuing / fresher's) candidates to develop their skill , in Welding & inspection technologies. This course will provide the trainees with all the knowledge & required by B.E. / B. Tech. graduates to become a competent Welding Engineer as per the need of manufacturing and fabrication Industries,

Content:

  • Safety in welding & cutting.
  • Introduction to Arc Welding Process (SMAW, GMAW, G'JAW).
  • Gas Welding & Cutting.
  • Welding power Source, Types of Welds & Joints, Weld Design.
  • Selection of welding consumables, Storage& handling, Electrode Coatings & AWS designation of Filler metal/Electrodes.
  • Introduction to Pressure Vessel, Power piping, Process Piping & applications,
  •   Preheat, Interpass & IT
  • Shielding Gases & their effect on bead profile
  • Distortion, Defect in Weldments — Cause & Remedies.
  • Introduction to construction codes & ASME Sec. IX, WI'S & PQR, Role of welding Engineer.
  • Destructive testing & Non Destructive Testing (VT, PT, UT, ET, MPT).
  • Practical session on Virtual welding machine.
  • Practical session of welding with various electrode types, Welding positions, joint types, techniques.
Prerequisites- Basic understanding of workshop practice and manufacturing science

Trainee Eligibility -

 

Student:

Working Professionals:

Undergraduate B.E/ B. Tech

NA

Trainee Profile-

Working Professionals: Welding Supervisors/ Technicians with minimum 6 months of industrial experience.

Training Outcomes-

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Select the required arc welding process for any given job & select consumables accordingly.
  • Select welding parameters & Prepare WPS & PQR.
  • Inspect weldments visually and prepare Visual Inspection report.
  • Prepare welding samples by gas cutting and beveling.
  • Weld Fillet & Butt joints in Flat, Horizontal & Vertical position by SN1AW & GMAW.
  • Weld Fillet & BIM joints in flat position by GTAW.

Short Term Training Program for Welding Supervisor

Duration:

Academic: 40 Hours (Th: 20 hrs; Pr: 20 hrs)

Goals: This course is drafted for experienced welding personals to develop their skill in Welding Technology. This course will provide the trainees with basic knowledge & skills required by a Welding Supervisor to perform welding related activities as per the need of manufacturing and fabrication Industries.

Content:

  • Safety in welding, Introduction & Classification of Welding Process, Oxy-fuel Cutting & Welding
  • Welding Power Sources
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW).
  • Electrode Coatings & AWS designation of Filler metal/Electrodes
  • Preheat, Interpass, Post heat & PWHT
  • Evaluation & Selection of welding Processes & consumables, Effect of welding parameter on Bead Profile,
  • Weld Design & Welding Symbols, Shielding Gases & their effect on bead profile.
  • Defect in Weldments — Cause & Remedies & Distortion
  • Basics of Welding Metallurgy & Weld Inspection.
  • Cutting, Preparation & Marking of test Piece
  • Bead on plate Trial on SMAW, GTAW and GMAW
  • Fillet Weld trial on 1F,2F & 3F position
  • Butt Weld Trial on Groove Weld 1G,2G & 3G Position Test Piece welding of Fillet & Groove Weld.
Prerequisites- Basic understanding of workshop practice and manufacturing science
Trainee Profile-

Working Professionals: Welding Supervisors/ Technicians with minimum 6 months of industrial experience.

Training Outcomes-

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Select the required arc welding process for any given job & select consumables accordingly.
  • Manage and control welding related activities on shop floor.
  • Inspect weldments visually and prepare Visual Inspection report.\
  • Perform visual inspection of weldments.
  • Weld Fillet & Butt joints in Flat, Horizontal & Vertical position by SN1AW & GMAW.
  • Weld Fillet & BIM joints in flat position by GTAW.

Competency Development Program for Experienced Arc Welders

Duration:
Corporate
: 80 Hours (Th: 20 hrs. , Pr: 60 hrs)

Goals: To induce/enhance the skill of a person to an extent such that he/she can be responsible for joining various types of metallic frames, structures, jigs, plates, sheets etc using thermal cutting and welding with SMAW, GMAW & GTAW processes, setting-up process parameters, conducting quality checks on output product, rectifying & preventing welding defects and maintaining a safe & healthy working environment on the shop floor.

Content:

  • Safety in welding & cutting, Oxy-fuel welding & Thermal cutting.
  • Brief introduction to arc welding processes (SMAW, GMAW, GTAW).
  • Power source, characteristics, welding arc (Initiation & Maintenance).
  • Electrode Coatings & AWS designation of Filler metal/Electrodes
  • Shielding Gases & their effect on weld bead profile.
  • Weldability of Carbon Steel & Stainless Steel.
  • Preheat, Interpass & PWHT & their significance. Effect of welding variables on Weld Bead profile
  • Weld Joint, Positions, Type of weld, Welding Symbols & their significance. Common weld defects - Cause & Remedies.
  • Process and equipment problems, care & use of equipment.
  • Introduction to Welding Procedure Specification.
  • Hands-on session of SMAW & GMAW on Virtual welding machine to control the arc length, travel speed and torch/electrode angle.
  • Hands-on session of Oxy-Fuel cutting, Welding & Brazing.
  • Hands-on session of preparing base material & Joint groove for welding.
  • Hands-on session of SMAW on Carbon Steel (CS) Plates, in all positions.
  • Hands-on session of GMAW on CS & SS Plates, Pipes and plate to pipe in all positions.
  • Hands-on session of GTAW on CS, SS Plates, Pipes & Plate to Pipe in all positions.
Prerequisites- Understanding of Fitting/Cutting and Basic Welding operations and tools.

Training Profile

 

Working Professionals: Minimum 1 Year of experience as an Arc Welder

Training Outcomes -

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Set-up SMAW, GMAW & GTAW machines and select consumables & parameters accordingly . Prepare welding samples by gas cutting and beveling. .
  • Prepare welding samples by gas cutting and beveling
  • Weld Carbon Steel Plates & Pipes and plate to pipe in all position by SMAW, GMAW & GTAW Process.
  • Weld Stainless Steel Plates & Pipes and plate to pipe in all position by SMAW, GMAW & GTAW Process.

ASNT Level I Certification Program in VT, PT, MT & UT
Non Destructive Testing Processes

Duration:
Academic: 80 Hours (Th: 20 hrs; Pr: 60 hrs)

Goals:This course is drafted for fresher's Diploma & B.Tech holders to develop basic skill in Non- Destructive testing. Non-Destructive testing is one of the special processes which require competency & certification to perform the job activity. This course will provide good understanding of NDT processes for the beginners and will lead to ASNT Level I certification as per SNT TC 1A.

Content:

  • Types of Discontinuities
  • Codes, standards and Procedures
  • Fundamentals of light and lighting; Visual Weld testing practices; Fibre optic Bore scopes
  • Basic principles on effects of liquid penetration; Methods and types of liquid penetration; Testing samples using various liquid penetration methods.
  • Basics of Magnetism; Test Equipments and Accessories; Demagnetization
  • Generation of Ultrasonic waves; Types of Probes; Test Equipment;
Prerequisites- Diploma or degree level education.

Training Profile

 

Student:

Working Professionals:

Diploma/ B. Tech

NA

Training Outcomes -

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Identifying various weld discontinuities
  • Familiarity with codes and standards related to inspection requirements
  • Carrying out inspection of parent materials and consumables using.. VT, MT, PT & UT processes, under the supervision of ASNT Level II personnel.

ASNT Level II Certification Program in VT, PT, MT & UT
Non Destructive Testing Processes

Duration:
Academic: NA........................................ Corporate: 120 Hours (Th: 10 hrs; Pr: 70 hrs)

Goals: This course is drafted for fresher's ITI Diploma & B.Tech holders to develop advanced skill in VT, PT, MT and UT processes for Non-Destructive testing as per SNT TC 1 A leading to ASNT Level II certi fi cation. This course will provide good understanding of the testing required to become competent testing personnel.

Content:

  • Types of Discontinuities
  • Codes, standards and Procedures
  • Fundamentals of light and lighting; Visual Weld testing practices; Fibre optic Bore scopes
  • Basic principles on effects of liquid penetration; Methods and types of liquid penetration; Testing samples using various liquid penetration methods.
  • Basics of Magnetism; Test Equipments and Accessories; Demagnetization
  • Generation of Ultrasonic waves; Types of Probes; Test Equipment;Principles of DGS/DAC Methods; Echo dynamics for Reflector Evaluation
  • Hands on session on the processes as per the requirement of SNT TC 1A.
Prerequisites- Candidate should be NDT ASNT Level I Certified or having suitable exposure as per SNT TC lA in respective NDT processes having diploma or degree level education.

Training Profile

 

Student:

Working Professionals:

NA

Diploma/ B. Tech /Testing Supervisors/ Technicians

Training Outcomes -

After completion the course work participants will be able to:

  • Identifying various weld discontinuities
  • Understanding the need for documentation in welding
  • Familiarity with codes and standards related to inspection requirements
  • Carrying out inspection of parent materials and consumables
  • To provide basic knowledge of PT sufficient to enable a person to carry out tests in accordance with established procedures under the supervision of ASNT level III personnel.
  • Identify suitability of MT for material and inspection procedure.
  • Be familiar with codes, standards and specifications for UT to evaluate results of the tests
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Industrial Training Program(Digital Manufacturing)

Duration:Academic:  120 Hrs (40 Hrs Theory + 80 Hrs Practical) / 6 Weeks
Corporate :  NA

Goals: The main objective of this course is to make the aspiring engineers acquainted with the conceptual as well as practical knowledge of the Advance Manufacturing Technologies by using it on the latest Industrial tools.

Course Content:

  • Computer Aided  Manufacturing
  • Health and Industrial Safety
  • Engineering Drawing
  • GD & T
  • Machine Construction
  • Machine Setting and Operation
  • Cutting Tools and Holders
  • Cutting Parameters
  • Part Programming using G and M codes
  • Canned Cycles
  • Hands on Session on CNC Machines
  • Operation and Programming of Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM)
  • Auto CAD
  • Operation of Cylindrical Grinding
Prerequisites- NA

Trainee Eligibility

  • Student: B.Tech /B.Tech Pursuing (Mechanical/ Production Engineering)
Training Outcomes -
  • Understand Engineering Drawing & GD & T
  • Ability to work safely and understand health and safety issues
  • Concept of CNC machining and its programming.
  • Preparation of Machine and job work.
  • etting of job and selection of proper material and tools for machining.
  • Operation & Programming of Coordinate Measuring Machine
  • Carrying out Testing on CMM

Vocational Training Program

Duration:Academic:  120 Hrs (40 Hrs Theory + 80 Hrs Practical) / 6 Weeks
Corporate :  NA

Goals:The main objective of this course is to make the aspiring ITI & Diploma holders acquainted with conceptual as well as practical knowledge of the Advance Manufacturing Technologies by using latest industrial CNC Machines with concepts of design and Quality testing. This course will provide good understanding of manufacturing to beginners to become a competent Production Technologist.

Course Content:

  • Computer Aided  Manufacturing
  • Health and Industrial Safety
  • Engineering Drawing
  • GD & T
  • Machine Construction
  • Machine Setting and Operation
  • Cutting Tools and Holders
  • Cutting Parameters
  • Part Programming using G and M codes
  • Canned Cycles
  • Hands on Session on CNC Machines
  • Operation and Programming of Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM)
  • Auto CAD
  • Operation of Cylindrical Grinding
Prerequisites- NA

Trainee Eligibility

  • Student:

    •  Diploma/ITI (Mechanical/ Production Engineering )

Training Outcomes -
  • Understand Engineering Drawing & GD & T Concepts
  • CNC machining and its programming.
  • Preparation of Machine and job work.
  • Setting of job and selection of proper material and tools for machining.
  • Test and Prove Program for CNC Machines
  • Carrying out programming on CNC Machine.
  • Ability to work safely and understand health and safety issues.

CMM- Coordinate Measuring Machine

Duration:Academic – 40 Hrs / 1 weeks

Goals:Goal of this training is to get all basic acquirements for the operations and programming of the Coordinate Measuring Machine. This will also provide good understanding of Reverse Engineering concepts along with Inspection and Quality in manufacturing.

Course Content:

  • Introduction to Coordinate Measuring Machines:
    Coordinate System, Positive and Negative Directions, Necessity of CMM, Types of CMM, Constructions of CMMs

     

    •  Introduction to Parts of CMM :
    Granite Structure | Servo Motor | Air Bearings | Probe heads | Probes | Styli | Controller | Software

    •  Detailed Practice Exercises with CMM:
    Care and maintenance | Qualifications of Probes | Use of star probes | Datum | Machine and Part Coordinates | Geometry alignment on parts | Measured Features | Constructed Features | Relations and GD&T measurements | Planning of the ONLINE program | Operation & Programming of CMM (Manual & CNC mode) | Output reports | Cad Comparisons

Prerequisites- NA

Trainee Profile-

Student : ........................: Undergraduate Engineers/ Diploma/ITI
Working Professionals ...: Engineers/ Supervisors/Programmers/Technicians

Training Outcomes -

After attending this course, student will he able to:

  • Understand Engineering Drawing
  • Knowledge of Dimensional measurement tools.
  • Operation of CMM and Programming (Manual Mode & CNC Mode)
  • Understand Reverse Engineering Concept
  • Inspection and Quality in Manufacturing

Digital Manufacturing

Duration: Academic – 80 Hrs / 4 weeks

Goals:The Course will expose the transformation taking place throughout the world in the way that products are being designed and manufactured. By the end of the course one can understand how it is impacting careers, practices and processes in companies and digital link between design productions.

Course Content:

  • Introduction of CNC Machines
  • Concepts of GD&T
  • Programming & Operation of CNC Turning Machine
  • Programming & operation of CNC Milling Machine
  • Sinu TRAIN (Simulation Software)
  • Cylindrical Grinding
  • NX CAD/CAM
  • Programming & Operation of Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM)
  • Personality Development

Trainee Eligibility

Student : Undergraduate Engineers

Working Professionals : Engineers/ Supervisors/Programmers

Training Outcomes -
  • Understand design concepts for manufacturing
  • Learn disruptive Technology for product realization.
  • Operation of CMM, CNC Machines
  • Hands on experience with latest machine tools used for Digital Manufacturing methods.
  • Learn Software based manufacturing.

STTP on Advance Manufacturing

Duration: Academic – 80 Hrs / 4 weeks

Goals: This course is drafted for BE/ B.Tech/ Diploma/ ITI (Pursuing / Fresher) candidates to develop skills in Advance Manufacturing practices. This course will provide knowledge to create and write programs that are used to operate manufacturing tools and equipments (CNC Turning & Milling Machine)

Course Content:

  • Computer Aided Manufacturing / Automation Concepts
  • Health & Industrial Safety
  • Concept of GD &T
  • CNC Milling & Turning Machine Construction
  • Cutting Tools & Holders
  • Selection of Tools & Parameters for CNC Machining
  • Fundamental of CNC Programming
  • Generation of Program through CAM Software
  • Part Programming using G & M Codes, Canned Cycles
  • CNC Machine setting & operation
  • Advanced CNC Programming for Machining Centres (Turning & Milling)
  • Reduction in cycle time & machining cost.
  • Hands on training in Programming & Operations of CNC Machines (Turning & Milling)
  • Machine Setting, Operation and Controlling of Grinding Machine

Trainee Eligibility

Student : Undergraduate Engineers

Working Professionals : Engineers/ Supervisors/Programmers

Training Outcomes -
  • Understand concepts of CNC, Automation and CAM
  • Ability to work safety and understand health & Safety issues
  • Preparation of Fixtures, Machine and Job
  • Carrying out Advance Programming for VMC & Turning
  • Selection of tools & Parameters
  • Test and Prove program for CNC Machines

CNC Operation & Programming- Turning

Duration: Academic – 40 Hrs / 1 weeks

Goals:The aim of this Program is to provide learning based on Industry needs with emphasis on hands on training of CNC Turning Machines

Course Content:

  • Introduction of CNC Machines
  • Type of CNC Machines
  • Health & Industrial Safety
  • Concepts of GD&T
  • G-Codes & M-codes
  • Cutting Tools & Holders for CNC Lathe
  • Cutting Parameters (Speed/ Feed)
  • Machine Setting and Operations
  • Part Programming
  • Axis Absolute / Incremental Methods
  • Cutter Radius Compensation
  • Canned Cycles

Trainee Profile-

Working Professionals : Engineers/ Supervisors/Programmers

Training Outcomes -
  • Concept of CNC machining and its programming.
  • Preparation of Machine and job work.
  • Setting of job and selection of proper material and tools for machining.
  • Carrying out programming on CNC-Lathe Machine.
  • Ability to work safely and understand health and safety issues.

CNC Operation & Programming- Milling

Duration: Academic – 40 Hrs / 1 weeks

Goals:The aim of this program is to provide learning based on Industry needs with emphasis on hands on training of CNC Milling Machines (VMC)

Course Content:

  • Introduction of CNC Machines
  • Health & Industrial Safety
  • Concepts of GD&T
  • G-Codes & M-codes
  • Cutting Tools & Holders for VMC
  • Cutting Parameters (Speed/ Feed)
  • Machine Setting and Operations
  • Part Programming
  • Axis Absolute / Incremental Methods
  • Cutter Radius Compensation
  • Canned Cycles

Trainee Profile-

Working Professionals : Engineers/ Supervisors/Programmers

Training Outcomes -
  • Concept of CNC machining and its programming.
  • Preparation of Machine and job work.
  • Setting of job and selection of proper material and tools for machining.
  • Carrying out programming on CNC-VMC Machine.
  • Ability to work safely and understand health and safety issues.
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Digital Manufacturing

Duration:

Academic: 80 Hrs (30 Hrs Theory + 50 Hrs Practical)
Corporate: 40 Hrs (15 Hrs Theory + 25 Hrs Practical)

Goals:

Empowering young technocrats of the nation with the latest tool and technology to upgrade their skills and bring their ideas into reality.

Course Content:

  • 3D modeling using NX CAD/CAM software.
  • Introduction and basics of Additive Manufacturing.
  • 3D printing of self-developed model on FAB X/ Ultimaker/ Makerbot Machines/ Stratasys F370.
  • Hands on working with the 3D scanner for manufacturing.
  • Hands on working with CNC plasma cutting machine.
  • Project development using Laser Cutting and engraving machine.
  • Pattern making using 3D milling by SRM 20 and Wood Router onnon-proprietary materials.
  • Hands on the working of Vinyl plotter.
  • Lectures and live demonstration by industry expert.
Prerequisites- Only enthusiasm and zeal is required to learn the tool and develop the skills to be problem solver by creating a innovative product for the community.

Trainee Eligibility

  • Student: No qualification is required but only students must have the interest to learn how to create their ideas into reality.
  • Working Professionals: No qualification is required but only professionals must have the interest to learn how to create their ideas into reality.
Training Outcomes -
  • Independently create 3-Modelling of any components in NX software
  • Independently able to work on 3D printer.
  • Independently able to work on CNC plasma cutting machines, laser cutting and engraving machine, vinyl plotter.
  • Independently work on 3D milling by SRM 20 and Wood Router to create innovative design and pattern on wooden ply according to their field of specialization.
  • With the help working on these machines and knowledge you get from Feb Lab,can apply in your specialized are to be entrepreneur and provide benifit to the targeted community.
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CAD TOOL (Solid Edge)

Duration:
Academic :
80 Hrs (30Hrs Theory + 50 Hrs Practical)
Corporate : 40 Hrs (15Hrs Theory + 25 Hrs Practical)

Goals:
The main objective of the course is to train participants and to develop their skills on Design tool like Solid-Edge and able to create complex industrial components and able to convert their creative and innovative ideas into reality with the help of Solid Edge.

Course Content:

  • Introduction to Product Life Cycle Management and its application
  • 2D Sketching
  • 3D Sketching
  • 3D Modeling
  • Assembly
  • Motion Simulation
  • Drafting
  • Surface Modeling
  • 3D Frames
  • Weldments
  • Sheet metal modeling
  • Data management system
Prerequisites- Basic concept of mathematics up to 10th standard and basic knowledge of Engineering Drawing . Some basic knowledge of mechanical components

Trainee Eligibility

  • Student: Undergraduate Engineers
  • Working Professionals: Engineers/ Supervisors/Programmers
Training Outcomes -
  • Application of PLM in different types of industries.
  • 3D and 2D CAD sketching.
  • 2D and 3D CAD modeling.
  • Faster design using synchronous technology
  • Surfacing of solid models as per industrial standard.
  • Complex assemblies.
  • Detail Drafting as per Industrial standard.
  • Different Motion Simulation.
  • Modeling of 3D Frames as per different standard.
  • Different type of Weldments
  • Sheet metal modeling

CAD TOOL (Solid Edge)

Duration:
Academic :
80 Hrs (30Hrs Theory + 50 Hrs Practical)
Corporate : 40 Hrs (15Hrs Theory + 25 Hrs Practical)

Goals:
The main objective of the course is to train the participants to develop their skill on NX1 1 to deliver better in design, simulate and manufacture better products faster by enabling smarter decisions in an integrated product development environment .

Course Content:

  • Introduction to Product Life Cycle Management and its application
  • 2D Sketching
  • 3D Modeling Fundamental
  • Sheet Metal Designing
  • Assembly
  • Drafting Essentials
  • Model concepts of Manufacturing
  • Planar and cavity milling operations
  • CNC Turning Program
  • Fixed contour operations
  • Z-Milling operations
  • Post processing and shop documentation
Prerequisites- Basic concept of mathematics up to 12th standard and basic knowledge of Engineering Drawing and basic knowledge of machining process and their parameters.

Trainee Eligibility

  • Student: B.Tech / Diploma
  • Working Professionals: Theoretical and Practical knowledge of working of machinery and knowledge of machining process
Training Outcomes -
  • Application of PLM in different types of industries.
  • 3D and 2D CAD sketching and modeling.
  • Faster design using synchronous technology
  • Surfacing of solid models as per industrial standard.
  • Complex assemblies.
  • Detail Drafting as per Industrial standard.
  • Cutting and non cutting Operations
  • Capability to create/modify and output verified 3 axis NC programs for milling machines.