Diploma In Mechanical Engineering (Tool & Die)

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This six semester course is the restructured version of “Advanced Diploma in Die and Mould Making” which was started in 1977 with the collaboration of Government of Switzerland. There are 54 seats for this course. On successful completion of the training, the trainees will be awarded “Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (Tool & Die)”.

FIRST YEAR COMMON TRAINING PROGRAM

WORKSHOP PRACTICE:
Skill based training on workbench, use of hand tools and measuring instruments. Introduction to drilling, tapping, turning, shaping, welding, soldering, brazing and re-sharpening of tools. Training in precision machine tool operations: lead screw lathe, universal milling machine, surface grinder. Advanced bench work for making different assemblies. Manufacture of scientific equipment & instrument parts and prototypes. Introduction to Programming, Simulation and working on CNC Milling and CNC lathe.

SECOND YEAR SPECIALIZATION

WORKSHOP PRACTICE:-

3rd SEMESTER: Extensive practical work on lathe and milling machines. Use of special attachments on these machines. Practical instructions on proper clamping and centering. Use of carbide cutters. Application of differential dividing head. Advanced training on surface grinder, cylindrical grinder, tool & cutter grinder, single lip cutter grinder & three dimensional engraving. Practical training on Pro/E software.

4th SEMESTER: Introduction and use of basic quality assurance equipment in quality assurance room. Special measuring techniques. Training on jig boring machine and punch-shaper. Heat treatment of various types of jobs. Use of hardness tester. Practical training on Pro/E software.

THIRD YEAR

5th SEMESTER: Training on special purpose machine tools and their attachments viz. Jig grinding, profile grinding, spark erosion, and copy milling. Use of milling machine as boring machine. Special grinding techniques on surface/cylindrical grinding. Use of sine table. Dressing a particular profile on the grinding wheel with radius and angular dressing attachment. Training on CNC milling and programming. Practical training on Pro/E software.

6th SEMESTER: Extensive workbench training on assembly of Press Tools, Moulds, Jigs & Fixture etc. Introduction to setting of power press, injection moulding machine and Hydraulic press for trial running. Advanced training in quality assurance room (Tool room microscope, profile projector). Polishing of mould cavities, use of diamond polishing pastes, use of different polishing aids and use of dies profile polishing machine. Tool Design. Practical training on Pro/E software.

THEORY SUBJECTS:

1st Semester
Engineering Mathematics-I, Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry, Technical Drawing-I, Workshop Technology-I, Communication Skills (English and Hindi)

2nd Semester
Engineering Mathematics-II, Basic Electrical Technology, Electronics Engineering, Technical Drawing-II, Workshop Technology-II, Material Science, Computer Engineering

3rd Semester
Modern Machining Technology, Engineering Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Measurements & Instrumentations, Industrial Engineering & Production Management, Tool Design-I, Mould Technology-I

4th Semester
Machine Design, Fluid Mechanics, Mechatronics: PLCs, Hydraulics & Pneumatics; Tool Design-II, Mould Technology-II, Precision Engineering

5th Semester
Thermal Engineering, CAD/CAM/CAE (Modeling, Simulation, Analysis, & Mfg), Entrepreneurship Development and Management, Design Innovation and Manufacturing, Jigs & Fixtures, Principles of Machine Tool Design, Advanced Materials Technology

6th Semester
Metrology and Computer Aided Inspection & Quality Control, Reliability Engineering, Computer Aided Design & Drafting (Mechanical), Design and Fabrication of MEMS, Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM), Product Development