5 Axis Simultaneous operation VMC is one of its kind state of the art machining center available at COE . It can be used for machining of parts with complex geometries, profiles and having intricate manufacturing process sequence. The Trainees will be trained to operate industry grade machines and develop complex parts for bio medical, automobile and other industries.
Based on technology , Smart Factory is automated way of controlling and managing the manufacturing process in a factory using Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things technologies.The purpose of the Smart Factory Lab is primarily to introduce the concept of Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM). Smart Factory Laboratory provides candidates with many challenging hands-on experiences such as manufacturing design and control. It is the state-of-the-art laboratory consisting of various equipment including material processing - computer numerically (CNC) controlled machine centers (mill and lathe), material handling - KUKA Collaborative robots, material transportation (AGV), conveyor system, and material inspection , vision based system. The materials are stored in AS/RS (automated storage and retrieval system)
Based on technology from ABB, Robots play an important role in the manufacturing industry, ensuring that the quality of the product is not compromised and the production volumes are met. The spot welding and arc welding robotic cells with Robot Studio software from ABB will enable Trainees to understand kinematics, trajectory planning and motion planning of robots for specific welding task. Focused on Robot simulation and programming practices to surge career opportunities through industry oriented training module.
Based on technology from Siemens, this Lab focuses on Product Digitization. Moreover the facilities in Lab provides the most powerful, flexible and innovative product development solutions in the industry through NX software. Supporting every aspect of product development, from concept design through engineering and manufacturing solutions. The NX for Design has multiple tools to benefit user in 2D & 3D CAD Modelling, Design Interoperability, Mechanical - Electrical/Electronic Design, Design Validation, Design for Manufacturing, Molded Part Validation & Injection Molding Simulation, Industrial Design & Styling, Reverse Engineering, Mechatronic Concept Design, P&ID Design, 3D Electrical Wiring and Harness Design, Aero Structures Design, Automotive Design, Marine Design Solutions and many more.
Based on technology from Siemens, the Lab teaches Advanced Engineering Analysis (CAE). The Test and Optimization Lab addresses complex engineering challenge safeguarding the balance between technological design options and functional performance. From testing and mechanical simulation to model-based systems engineering it enables engineers to understand the functional performance engineering of mechatronic systems. it can solve issues related to noise ,vibration and harshness (NVH), acoustics, durability, dynamics, performance, fuel economy and controls development. The system simulation, 3D CAE and testing facility helps trainees and industry to predict performance across all critical attributes before and during the entire product lifecycle. By combining physics-based simulations with insights gained from data analytics, Simcenter helps Trainees & industry optimize design and deliver innovations faster
Based on technology from Siemens, the lab focuses on Product Digitization. This Lab facilitates factory layout design and optimization through Tecnomatix software.Digital Twins Navigation, Virtual Commissioning of Automated Systems, Plant Simulation & Throughput Optimization, Human-Centered Design and Planning, Ergonomics & Human Performance, Offline Robotic Programming and automation, Press Line Design & Simulation, Impact of Dimensional variation, Work Instruction Delivery, Manufacturing Process Planning, Assembly Simulation for Virtual Process Verification, Production Logistics & Material Flow, Material Flow Optimization, Factory and Line Design are some of the modules available in the software.
Based on technology from Siemens, the Lab teaches Internet of Things (IoT).The Internet of Things, or IoT, is emerging as the next technology mega-trend, with repercussions across the business spectrum. By connecting to the Internet billions of everyday devices – ranging from fitness bracelets to industrial equipment – the IoT merges the physical and online worlds, opening up a host of new opportunities and challenges for companies, governments and consumers.
Based on technology from Siemens, the Lab teaches Automation (Mechatronics).Mechatronics is defined as a field that integrates multiple disciplines such as mechanical, electronics, control, instrumentation and programming, that enables operators, technicians, supervisors, managers and designers to design, optimize, operate and maintain real world automation processes, that comprise of these multiple technologies. The Mechatronic lab brings together four departments of engineering, namely Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics & Communication and Computer Science. This allow Trainees to work on a mini factory like setup and on areas such as Pneumatic s & Hydraulics, Sensors, Communication Protocol, PLC programming, PLC Networking using PROFIBUS and PROFINET.
Based on technology from Siemens, the Lab teaches Automation. Automation is the creation and application of technologies to produce and deliver goods and services with minimal human intervention. The implementation of automation technologies, techniques and processes improve the efficiency, reliability, and/or speed of many tasks that were previously performed by humans. The Automation Lab allows the trainees to understand the requirement and functioning of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). This is the first step toward Internet of Things (IOT). Here the Trainees learn how to Program Industrial PLCs, work with Industrial Human Machine Interface (HMI), Industrial SCADA (Supervisory Control & Distributed Acquisition) and PLC networking using PROFIBUS and PROFINET.
Based on technology from Siemens, the Lab teaches Automation. The Process Instrumentation Lab enables Trainees to work on Advance Automation using Distributed Control Systems (DCS) and understanding the working of the following equipment’s in a plant: Temperature ,Flow Level Pressure Sensors/Measurements & communication. PI lab leads to connecting computerized system with Instrumentation helps to set long-term Goal in automation sector using SIMATIC PCS 7 SIMATIC PCS 7 furnishes more scalability, availability and security in process automation. It makes your plant fit for the future with more security, proactive lifecycle management and innovative plant engineering.
Based on technology from Siemens, the Lab teaches Reverse Engineering technology. Reverse engineering, typically referred to as back engineering, is a method of extracting design knowledge from software, machinery, aircraft, architectural structures, and other items. Reverse engineering frequently entails dismantling individual components of bigger items. You can use reverse engineering to figure out how a part was created so you can replicate it. When obtaining a replacement part from an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) is not an option, companies frequently adopt this method. We 3D scan real- world objects, industrial components, and other items and put them into a digital pipeline at Reverse Engineering Lab. Virtual models scanned in 3D can be used to create CAD models, rapid prototyping, and 3D inspection