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IMTMA : Seminar on finer aspects of CNC and its effective utilization Print E-mail
Written by Anand   
Friday, 28 December 2007
Bangalore: The IMTMA Design Institute will be conducting a technology seminar on finer aspects of CNC machine technology and its effective utilization. The seminar will be held from 22nd to 24th January 2008 at Golden Landmark Hotel, Near Anand Rao Circle Flyover, # 20-21, Seshadri Road, Bangalore - 560 009.


CNC Machine Technology, is emerging as the core strength of the Manufacturing Industry around the world.  This has been made possible by advances in machine buidling technology, advances in control systems, Cutting tools, machining technology, work holding systems, enhanced process capabilities of the machines and their accuracies, etc. The synergy of the various subsystems in bringing out a highly versatile CNC manufacturing option is really the key to today’s manufacturing boom.

A comprehensive knowledge of CNC  Machine Technology is essential for its effective utilization in the manufacturing industry.          

With this in view and in order to address the multifarious developments in the field of CNC Machine Technology IMTMA Design Institute is organizing a   three day TECHNOLOGY SEMINAR ON CNC MACHINE TECHNOLOGY & ITS EFFECTIVE UTILIZATION IN MANUFACTURING.

OBJECTIVES

This program will address all the finer aspects of  CNC Machine  technology, development  in Machines  latest tooling and workholding concepts, it will also focus on various production / process related aspects.  Experts in the field will share their experience and discuss technology related issues.  This will provide a platform for user industry & machine building industry to interact with the experts

FACULTY

The program will be addressed by the manufacturers of machines, suppliers of cutting tools, work holding systems,  experts in control systems, Inspection systems, users of the machines  etc., There will be presentations by experts with case studies  to share the experience and advantages.  Program will be interactive to enable participants to solicit information from the faculty.

 SEMINAR SCHEDULE

Date : 22-01-2008

Hours

9.00 - 10.00                             Registration

10.00 - 10.15                           Inauguration & Overview of Program

10.15 - 11.15                           KEY ISSUES - Maximising utilization of CNC Technology for

                                                global competitiveness - M/s Ace Designers Ltd.

11.15 - 11.30                           Coffee / Tea

11.30 - 12.30                           CNC MACHINES  -  Over View of CNC Machine Technology- Design Institute

12.30 - 13.00                           CNC CONTROLS & drives - Concept & features - M/s Siemens (I) Ltd.

13.00 - 13.45                           Lunch

13.45 - 14.45                           CNC CONTROLS & drives - Concept & features  (contd...)

14.45 - 15.00                           Coffee / Tea

15.00 - 16.00                           MODERN CUTTING TOOL CONCEPTS - Optimized cost effetive

                                                tooling solutions with case studies - M/s Kennametal (I) Ltd.

16.00 - 17.30                           MACHINE SUB SYSTEMS - Spindle unit, Bearing Systems, Slide

                                                unit, Ball screw & LM Guides - M/s Ace Manufacturing Systems Ltd.

 

Date : 23-01-2008

9.30 - 10.15                             UTILIZATION - Maximising utilization of Machine Capabilities - Design Institute

10.15 - 11-15                          TESTING - Concepts of performance testing of machines, accuracy

                                                reliability concepts - M/s Expert Consultants

11.15 - 11.30                           Coffee / Tea         

11.30 - 13.00                           HYDRAULICS - Controls for realizing automation - M/s Yuken (I) Ltd.

13.00 - 13.45                           Lunch    

13.45 - 14.45                           TOOL TURRETS, ATC & PALLET CHANGER - Turret arrangements

                                                ATC, Auto Pallet Changer - M/s  Pragathi Automation Ltd.

14.45 - 15.45                           FIXTURING & WORK HOLDING - Concepts in Work holding for                         

                                                enhansing productivity - M/s Locus Machine Tools Pvt. Ltd.

15.45 - 16.00                           Coffee / Tea

16.00 - 16.45                           Cycle Time analysis for Components - Concepts in CNC

                                                programming to reduce cycle time, -  an effective tool to reduce cost.

                                                M/s Ace Designers Ltd.

16.45 - 17.30                           COMPONENT INSPECTION - Concepts in component inspection,

                                                Zero inward inspection - M/s Mico Ltd.

17.30 - 17.45                           Concluding session

Date : 24-01-2008                    Industrial Visit



WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE
 

Representatives of companies who already use CNC  Machines and also those who are going in for CNC Machines will immensely benefit by attending this Seminar.  Persons involved in marketing, sales and application engineering will also greatly benefit by this programme.

Chief Executives, Senior and Middle level technical personnel, Managers, Engineers involved in production, planning,  quality assurance,  maintenance, methods tooling, marketing, sales, application engineering, materials and other related functions  from automobile and auto ancillaries, machine tools, tool rooms, job shops, vendors and sub contractors, defence, railway establishments, general engineering and other capital goods manufacturing industries.

REGISTRATION
 

Registration charges would be Rs.7,500/= per delegate which includes course material, lunch and coffee/tea.  Registration would be on “first come first serve basis”.  Companies interested in participation are requested to return the enclosed REPLY FORM  along with demand draft/ cheque (Please add Rs.50/- for  outstation  cheques)  payable  at  Bangalore,  in favour of  IMTMA  FOUNDATIONS, at the address.


Mr. S.B. Kamath,
Director,
IMTMA Design Institute
Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC)
10th Mile, Tumkur Road, Madavara Post
Bangalore - 562 123.
Cell :
09845100960 Fax : 080 23717793

 
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