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Engineering Infrastructure for Machine Design and Small Scale Manufacturing for the Economic Development of Ekiti State - Prof Adewoye Engineering Infrastructure for Machine Design and Small Scale Manufacturing for the Economic Development of Ekiti State - Prof Adewoye Presentation Transcript

  • ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR MACHINE DESIGN AND SMALL SCALE MANUFACTURING FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF EKITI STATE     By   Prof.  O.O.  ADEWOYE,  FMSN,  FNSE,  FAEng.,  FAS.     Director  General/Chief  Execu4ve   Na4onal  Agency  for  Science  and  Engineering  Infrastructure  (NASENI)   And Dr.  A.  R.  Adetunji,  MMSN,  MNSE     Director   Prototype  Engineering  Development  Ins4tute  (PED),  Ilesa   (Na4onal  Agency  for  Science  and  Engineering  Infrastructure)   EKITI ECONOMICI & DEVELOPMENT SUMMITWebsite:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,       ADO-EKITIEmail:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  •   “In  the  world  of  the  21st  century,  cri6cal  issues  related   to  Science  and  Technology  confront  every  na6on…Today,   no  na6on  that  wants  to  shape  informed  policies  and   take  effec6ve  ac6on  on  such  issues  can  be  without  its   own  independent  capacity  in  Science  and  Technology   (S&T)”     .......Kofi  Anan,    2004   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,       Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  • Website: www.naseni.org ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT,Email: nasenihq@naseni.org IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • FUNDAMENTAL VALUES•  Every  na4on  needs  to  harness  her  human  and  material  resources   for  the  development/growth  of  her  ci4zens  and  her  environment.    •  Value-­‐addi4on  to  the  natural  resources  in  development  by   developing  technology.  •  Inves4ng  in  S&T  capacity  is  not  a  luxury  for  the  rich;  it  is  an   absolute  necessity  for  poor  countries  that  wish  to  become  richer  •  The  4me  to  start  inves4ng  and  building  STI  capacity  is  when  you   are  poor  •  In  today’s  rapidly  changing  global  economy,  the  cri4cal  economic   development  issue  is  no  longer  whether  countries  should  build  STI   capacity  but  what  type  of  capacity  to  build  and  how  to  build  it,   given  each  country’s  economic  constraints  and  star4ng  point   Website: www.naseni.org ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, Email: nasenihq@naseni.org IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • WHERE  WE  ARE  -­‐    Global  Compeddveness  Ranking    for  the  year  2007,  06,  &  05   GCI Ranking Country/Economy   Country/Economy 07 06 05  United  States     1   6   1   Portugal     40   34   31   Algeria       81   76   82  Switzerland     2   1   4    Slovak  Republic       41   37   36   Honduras       83   93   97  Denmark     3   4   3   Bahrain     43   49   50   Trinidad  and  Tobago     84   67   66  Sweden   4   3   7   South  Africa     44   45   40   Argendna     85   69   54  Germany     5   8   6   Latvia       45   36   39   Peru       86   74   77  Finland   6   2   2   Italy     46   42   38   Guatemala       87   75   95  Singapore     7   5   5   Hungary     47   41   35   Namibia       89   84   79  Japan     8   7   10   India   48   43   45   Georgia       90   85   86  United  Kingdom     9   10   9   Jordan     49   52   42   Pakistan       92   91   94  Netherlands     10   9   11   Barbados     50   31   -­‐   Armenia       93   82   81  Korea,  Rep.     11   24   19   Poland     51   48   43   Macedonia     94   80   75  Hong  Kong  SAR     12   11   14   Mexico   52   58   59  Canada     13   16   13   Turkey   53   59   71   Dominican  Republic       96   83   91  Taiwan,  China     14   13   8   Indonesia     54   50   69   Moldova       97   86   89  Austria     15   17   15   Cyprus     55   46   41   Venezuela       98   88   84  Norway     16   12   17   Malta     56   39   44   Kenya       99   94   93  Israel     17   15   23   Croada     57   51   64   Mongolia       101   92   90  France     18   18   12   Russian  Federadon     58   62   53   Gambia     102   102   109  Australia     19   19   18   Panama     59   57   65   Ecuador       103   90   87  Belgium     20   20   20   Mauridus     60   55   55   Tanzania       104   104   105  Malaysia     21   26   25   Kazakhstan     61   56   51   Bolivia       105   97   101  Ireland     22   21   21   Costa  Rica     63   53   56   Bosnia  and   89   89  Iceland     23   14   16   Morocco   64   70   76   Herzegovina     106  New  Zealand     24   23   22   Greece     65   47   47   Bangladesh       107   99   98  Luxembourg   25   22   24   Azerbaijan     66   64   62   Benin       108   105   106  Chile     26   27   27   El  Salvador     67   61   60   Cambodia     110   103   111  Estonia     27   25   26   Vietnam       68   77   74   Nicaragua       111   95   96  Thailand     28   35   33   Colombia   69   65   58   Suriname       113   100   -­‐  Spain     29   28   28   Sri  Lanka       70   79   80   Mali     115   118   115  Kuwait     30   44   49   Philippines     71   71   73   Cameroon       116   108   99    Qatar     31   38   46   Brazil   72   66   57   Tajikistan       117   96   92  Tunisia     32   30   37   Ukraine       73   78   68   Madagascar       118   109   107  
  • WHERE WE ARE - Global Competitiveness Ranking For The year 2010, 09 & 08 GCI Ranking Country/Economy   Country/Economy 10 09 08   United  States     4   2   1   Portugal     46   43   43   Algeria       86   83   99   Switzerland     1   1   2    Slovak  Republic       60   47   46   Honduras       91   89   82   Denmark     9   5   3   Bahrain     37   38   37   Trinidad  and  Tobago     84   Sweden   2   4   4   South  Africa     54   45   45   Argendna     87   86   85   92   88   Germany     5   7   7   Latvia       70   68   54   Peru       73   78   83   Finland   7   6   6   Italy     48   48   49   Guatemala       78   80   84   Singapore     3   3   5   Hungary     52   58   62   Namibia       74   74   80   Japan     6   8   9   India   51   49   50   Georgia       93   90   90   United  Kingdom     12   13   12   Jordan     65   50   48   Pakistan       123   101   101   Netherlands     8   10   8   Barbados     43   44   47   Armenia       98   97   97   Korea,  Rep.     22   19   13   Poland     39   46   53   Macedonia     79   84   89   Hong  Kong  SAR     11   11   11   Mexico   66   60   60   Canada     10   9   10   Turkey   61   61   63   Dominican  Republic       101   Taiwan,  China     13   12   17   Indonesia     44   54   55   Moldova       94   95   98   95   Austria     18   17   18   Cyprus     40   34   40   Venezuela       122   113   105   Norway     14   14   15   Malta     50   52   52   Kenya       106   98   93   Israel     24   27   23   Croada     77   72   61   Mongolia       99   117   100   France     15   16   16   Russian  Federadon     63   63   51   Gambia     90   81   87   Australia     16   15   18   Panama     53   59   58   Ecuador       105   105   104   Belgium     19   18   19   Mauridus     55   57   57   Tanzania       113   100   113   Malaysia     26   24   21   Kazakhstan     72   67   66   Bolivia       108   120   118   Ireland     29   25   22   Costa  Rica     56   55   59   Bosnia  and   Iceland     31   26   20   Herzegovina     102   109   107   Morocco   75   73   73   New  Zealand     23   20   24   Bangladesh       107   106   111   Greece     83   71   67   Luxembourg   20   21   25   Benin       103   103   106   Azerbaijan     57   51   69   Chile     30   30   28   Cambodia     109   110   109   El  Salvador     82   77   79   Estonia     33   35   32   Nicaragua       112   115   120   Vietnam       59   75   70   Thailand     38   36   34   Suriname       103   Colombia   68   69   74   Spain     42   33   29   Mali     132   130   117   Sri  Lanka       62   59   77   Kuwait     35   39   35   Cameroon       111   111   114   Philippines     85   87   71    Qatar     17   22   26   Tajikistan       116   122   116   Brazil   58   56   64   Tunisia     32   40   36   Madagascar       124   121   125   Ukraine       89   82   72  
  • WHERE  WE  ARE  -­‐  Group  Descripdon  of  Knowledge  Index    Website: www.naseni.org ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT,Email: nasenihq@naseni.org IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,      Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  • Link between education and growth  Lessons  from  Asia     The USA now leads the world in spending on research and development -- estimated to reach $328.9 billion the year 2005 from both government and private sources. One U.S. chemists or engineers salary is enough to hire five Chinese chemists or 11 Indian engineers. In the year 2005, China graduated 500,000 engineers; India, 200,000; and North America, 70,000. The U.S. trade balance in high-technology goods between US and China fell from $33 billion in the black in 1990 to $24 billion in the red in 2004. Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,       Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  • Website: www.naseni.org ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT,Email: nasenihq@naseni.org IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,      Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  • Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,      Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  • NASENI AMTPROJECTS
  • MECHANICAL  PRODUCTION    •  For  Global  Compedveness,  the  use  of  Computer  Numerially  Controlled  (CNC)  Machines  has   become  the  order  of  the  day.  Most  industrial  machinery  in  Nigeria  is  imported.      •  This  is  because,  at  present,  the  EI  required  for  producing  these  machines  are  not  in   existence.  Efforts  are  therefore  under  way  to  have  a  sustainable  system  for  encouraging  a   progressive  increase  in  industrial  machinery  content.      •  This  will  require  an  understanding  with  manufacturers  and  industrialists.      •  Projects  can  start  with  local  producdon  of  spare  parts  and  gradually  graduate  into  the   design  and  fabricadon  of  individual  units  of  process  lines  and  complete  process  lines.      •  NASENI  is  already  working  with  some  industries  towards  achieving  this  goal.       Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT,Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • VIRTUAL  MANUFACTURING    •  Virtual  Manufacturing  (VM)  comprises  of  a  process  of  tests  and   experiments  on  super-­‐computers  known  as  Advanced  Modeling   and  Simuladons  (MS),    •  It  replaces  expensive  manufacturing  and  equipment  tests.  •  Virtual  Manufacturing  reduces  the  cost  of  manufacturing   inves4ga4on  and  valida4on  ac4vi4es  by  2  to  20  4mes   depending  on  product  costs  •  The  goal  of  Virtual  Manufacturing  is  to  improve  and  fast-­‐track   the  manufacturing  process  of  products  from  concep4on  to   delivery.  •      Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • Virtual Manufacturing - Key to Rapid Final Assembly of Boeing 7E7In just 72 hours, a 7E7 wasassembled and ready forpainting and delivery.
  • HOW?  •  From  Japan,  Italy,  and  the  U.S.,  the  composite   structures  came  into  the  factory  cer4fied,  tested,   and  ready  for  final  assembly.    •  A  moving  line  carried  the  centre  fuselage  sec4on   slowly  down  the  factory  floor    •  Other  sec4ons  –  wings,  front  fuselage,  and  a   fuselage  –  were  joined  to  it.    •  In  just  72  hours,  a  7E7  was    assembled  and  ready  for   pain4ng  and  delivery.   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • HIGH  POWER  COMPUTING  (HPC)  LABORATORY  •  NASENI  hosts  3  of  the  5  HPC  Labs  in  Africa.  •  One  each  at  NASENI  HQ,  NEDDI-­‐  Nnewi  and  PEDI-­‐  Ilesha  •  The  HPC  is  a  supercomputer  with  the  task  of  addressing  the  need  of   geang  solu4ons  to  complex  Scien4fic  and  Engineering  challenges   encountered  in  research  ins4tu4ons  as  well  as  the  manufacturing  sector.    •  With  mul4ples  of  processors  embedded  in  it,  the  HPC  helps  to  reduce   compu4ng  4me  on  simula4ons,  increase  the  number  of  possible   simula4ons  per  day  •  It  helps  in  geang  products  to  the  market  faster    •  This  is  an  advantage  in  a  compe44ve  world   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC  PRODUCTION:  THE  SMT  AND  PCB    •  Electronics   assembly   originally   used   point-­‐to-­‐point   wiring   and   no   substrate   at   all.   The   first   semiconductor   packages   used   radial   leads,   which   were   inserted   through   holes   of   the   single-­‐sided   circuit  boards  already  used  for  resistors  and  capacitors.  •    Then   dual   in-­‐line   packages   (DIPs)   were   invented   with   two   rows   of   leads.   These   packages   could   be   wave  soldered  along  with  other  components  such  as  resistors,  capacitors,  vacuum  tubes,  or  vacuum   tube  socket  leads.  •  The   present   methods   of   manufacturing   convendonal   electronic   assemblies   have   essendally   reached   their  limits  as  far  as  cost,  weight,  volume  and  reliability  are  concerned.  •     •  Surface   Mount   Technology   (SMT)   makes   it   possible   to   produce   more   reliable   assemblies   at   reduced   weight  volume  and  cost.  SMT  is  used  to  mount  electronic  components  on  the  surface  of  printed  circuit   boards  or  substrates.  Convendonal  technology,  by  contrast,  inserts  components  through  holes  in  the   board.   This   decepdvely   simple   difference   changes   virtually   every   aspect   of   electronics:   design,   materials,  processes,  and  assembly  of  component  packages  and  substrates.   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • MECHATRONICS    •  Mechatronics   is   the   synergedc   integradon   of   mechanical   engineering   with   electronics   and   intelligent   computer   control   in   the   design   and   manufacturing   of   industrial  mechanical  and  electronic  products  and  processes.    •  Two  major  processes  in  Mechatronics  are:  •  Factory  Automadon  •  Process  Automadon  •  The   prototype   Engineering   Development   Insdtute   (PEDI),   Ilesa   has   been   designated   the   FESTO   Authorised   Centre   for   Training   in   Mechatronics   in   Nigeria   and  indeed  Sub-­‐Sahara  Africa.   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • Factory and Process Automation Set-UpSurface Mount Device showing the electronic board of a flash drive
  • Paradigm  Shil  •  Need  for  a  Paradigm  Shi  to  achieve;  •  Target  Driven  STI  ac4vi4es  for  Goods  and  Services  •  To  produce  high  quality  goods  that  can  compete  in   interna4onal  market.  This  is  only  possible  through  the   adop4on  of  Advanced  Manufacturing  Technology   processes.  •  To  produce  World  Class  researchers  and  publica4ons   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,       Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  •   OLAR  ENERGY   S  MALL  HYDRO  POWER   S  IND  GENERATOR   W  ORDIAN  STABILISERS   G  IGITAL  DISPLAY   D  ANOELECTRONIC   N  RANSFORMERS     T
  • SOLAR  PANEL  PRODUCTION  PLANT–  KARSHI,  ABUJA  Solar  Cell  Tester   Stay  Trolley    &  Sorter   Soldering  &  Checking  Sta4on   EVA  Cuger   Glass  Washing  Machine  Solar  Panel   Laser  Scribing  Machine   Framing  Machine   Sun  Simulator   Solar  Module  Laminator   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, e-­‐mail:  nasenihq@naseni.org   IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • Small  Hydro  Power  (SHP)  •  Hydropower  is  using  water  to  generate  power  or    electricity.    •  With  small  hydro  power  plants,  it  is  possible  to  generate  electricity   from  small  streams.  •  SHP  is  cheaper  to  install  and  run  as  compared  to  large  hydropower   sta4ons.  •  NASENI  is  developing  local  capacity  for  manufacture  of  SHP   turbines.  •  Signed  an  MoU  with  UNIDO  •  Locally  manufactured  turbines  will  be  installed  in  12  sites  round   the  country.   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, e-­‐mail:  nasenihq@naseni.org   IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • SITES  FOR  SHP  INSTALLATION  S/N   Site/Community   State/Geopolitical Zone   Capacity (KW)  1.   Ketti   AMAC, FCT   10  2.   Kwaita   Kwali, FCT   10  3.   Kurmi Daudu   Bwari, FCT   10  4.   Eboji   Abaji, FCT   10  5.   Obudu Cattle Resort   Cross River/South- South   30  6.   Ta Hoss Community   Plateau/   100  7.   Ikeji-Ile Ijesha   Osun/South-West   15  8.   Iguoriakhi Farm Settlement   Edo/   75  9.   Sabke-Mai’adua   Katsina/   150  10.   Kiri-Numan   Adamawa   300  11.   Ojumo/Oke-Odan   Ogun   250  12.   Ezilo Water Works   Ebonyi   135  *   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, e-­‐mail:  nasenihq@naseni.org   IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • NASENI  Intervendon  in  the    Nadonal   Educadonal  Sector  •  Primary  Science  Kit  (PSK)  •  Junior  Secondary  Science  Kit  (JSSK)  •  Establishment  of  Mini-­‐Foundry  in  Ter4ary  Ins4tu4ons  •  Establishment  of  Addi4onal  Centres  of  Excellence  on  Foundry   Educa4on  at  the  Federal  Polytechnic,  Idah  and  Taraba  State   Polytechnic,  Jalingo  •  TVE  Project  Supervision  And  Inspec4on  •  The  Establishment  Of  Advanced  Manufacturing  Technology  Centres   In  Nine  Universi4es  Within  The  Niger  Delta  Area    •  Supply  Of  SKILL  ‘G’  MICROSCIENCE  (MSK)  And  Na4onal   Mathema4cal  Centre  (NMC)  Secondary  Mathema4cs  Kits  (SMK)   Under  The  Special  NIGERIA/UNESCO  Science  Educa4on  Project   Na4onwide.  •  Capacity  Building  In  Engineering  Design  And  Development  •  Printed  Circuit  Board  (PCB)  And  Personal  Computer  Assemblage  •  Opportuni4es  For  Industrial  Trainee,  NYSC  Members,  Sabba4cal,   Post-­‐Doctoral  Training  
  • THE  NASENI  TECHNICAL  AND  VOCATIONAL  EDUCATION  CURRICULUM   REVIEW  NASENI  is  reviewing  the  TVE  curriculum  to  include  hands-­‐on  experience   training  of  Technical  School  students  to  prepare  them  for  self   employment  aer  gradua4on.  The  facili4es  employed  here  are  grouped  as  the  NASENI  Advanced   Manufacturing  Program  (AMP)  and  include  •  Rotary  Furnace  •  Table  Top  CNC  Lathe  Machine  •   CNC  Milling  Machine  This  program  has  been  extended  to  young  University  and  Polytechnic   graduates  in  Technical  Subjects.  Eki4  State  should  take  advantage  of  this.   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • NASENI:  STEP-­‐B  CENTER  OF  EXCELLENCE  IN  ADVANCED  MATERIALS   AND  MANUFACTURING  TECHNOLOGY  Design  of  curriculum  in  three  new  postgraduate   programmes  at  Masters  Level  •  Mechatronics  and  Instrumenta4on  •  Machine  design  and  Produc4on    •  Nanotechnology  and  Electronics  NASENI  will  provide  the  facili4es  while  the  lecture   content  will  be  in  collabora4on  with  universi4es   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,       Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  •   EVERSE  ENGINEERING   R   ABLE  TOP  SEED  OIL   T  NTEGRATED  CASSAVA/YAM  FLOUR  PROCESSING  PLANT   I   AGARUWA  SEED  PROCESSING  EQUIPMENT.   B   -­‐MOULD  BRICK  MAKING  MACHINE   8   OTATO/PLANTAIN  PROCESSING  PLANT   P   INGLE  AXLE  MOTORIZED  TILLER.   S
  • THE  PROTOTYPE  ENGINEERING  DEVELOPMENT  INSTITUTE,  ILESA  The    Prototype  Engineering  Development  Ins4tute  (PEDI),  Ilesa  is  the  latest  of  NASENI   ins4tutes  with  a  mandate  to  “Develop  and  Provide  Rapid  Prototyping  Services  and   Producdon  of  Engineering  Soludons  to  SMEs  Using  Advanced  Manufacturing   Technology”.  Thus,  by  far  one  of  the  most  formidable  NASENI  interven4on  in  the  South  West  is  the   establishment  of  the  Prototype  Engineering  Development  Ins4tute  (PEDI)  Ilesa.     PEDI   was   born   out   of   the   vision   to   create   a   totally   “digitally-­‐driven”   design,   produc4on,   and   product   support   environment   with   a   focus   on   developing   manufacturing  Small  and  Medium  Scale  Enterprises  (SME’s)  in  Nigeria  to  compete   favourably  with  imported  products  thereby  opening  an  environment  for  crea4vity,   innova4on,  job  crea4on  and  consequently  wealth  crea4on  in  Nigeria.    PEDI’s   mission   therefore   involves   “the   development   of   engineering   prototypes   and   their   produc4on   systems   and   the   transfer   of   these   to   private   sector   satellite   industries”.   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,       Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  • THE  PROTOTYPE  ENGINEERING  DEVELOPMENT  INSTITUTE,  ILESA   CONT’D  The    niche  facili4es  at  PEDI  include    •  CNC  Milling  and  Lathe  Machines  of  various  capaci4es  and  sizes  for  Technical   Training  and  High  Precision  Industrial  Produc4on  •  Rapid  Prototyping  Machine  for  Rapid  Development  of  Machine  Parts    •  Coordinate  Measuring  Machine  for  Developing    Mathema4cal/  Wireframe  3-­‐ Dimensional  Coordinates  of  Objects  and  Quality  Control.  •  Laser  Welding  and  Laser  Cuang  Macchines  for  Welding  &  Joining  of  Metals  Using   Electron  Beams  and  Lasers  of  Rapid  Rates.  •  Plasma  and  Flame  Gantry  Cuang  Machines  for  Cuang  of  Metals  Using  High   Velocity  Jet  of  High  Temperature  Gas.  •  Hydrualic  Press  Brakes  for  Shaping  &  Bending  Flat  Metal  Sheets.  •  Automated  Pick  &  Place  Machine  for  Electronic  Component  Surface  Mount   Technology.   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,       Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  • THE  ENGINEERING  MATERIALS  DEVELOPMENT  INSTITUTE,  AKURE  The  Engineering  Materials  Development  Ins4tute  (EMDI),  Akure,  has  a  mandate  to  “undertake  research  and   development  works  into  processes  and  systems  for  the  conversion  of  raw  and  semi-­‐processed  matetrials   into  engineering  materials  of  various  types,  shapes  and  sizes  for  applica4on  in  machinery  and   equipment  produc4on,  and  the  transfer  of  the  technology  so  developed  to  SMEs”    EMDI  is  equipped  with  both  conven4onal  lathe  and  milling  machines  supported  with  advanced   manufacturing  facili4es  including    •  Ver4cal  Machining  Centre  •  Electro  Discharge  machine  •  Numerically  Controlled  Surface  Grinding  Machine  •  CNC  Lathe  and  Milling  Machines  of  various  capaci4es  •  Induc4on  Furnace  •  Rotary  Furnaces  Specialized  Centres  at  EMDI  with  up  to  date  facili4es  are:  •  Foundry  Technology  Training  and  Produc4on  Centre  •  Advanced  Materials  Tes4ng  Laboratory  •  Polymer  Research  and  Product  Development  Centre  •  Nanotechnology    Research  and  Development  Centre       Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,       Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  • CURRENT  EXPANSION  OF  NASENI  INTERVENTION  IN  THE   SOUTH  WEST  NASENI  is  currently  involved  in  the  following  States  for  the  Expansion  of  the  interven4on  and  collabora4on   efforts:  •  ONDO  STATE     A  survey  of  Fast  Moving  Parts  in  Equipment  Used  for  Grains,  Cassava  and  Flour  Milling  in  Ondo   State  has  been  carried  out  by  NASENI.  The  Execu4ve  Governor  of  the  State  is  already  hos4ng  the   Agency  for  plans  of  NASENI  projects  that  creates  employment,  human  capacity  development  and   youth  empowerment,  impact  on  the  ci4zenry  and  overall  human  and,  technical  and  capital   development.  •  EKITI  STATE     The  same  survey  is  currently  being  carried  out  in  the  State.  The  State  Government  has  also   commissioned  the  Agency  to  infrastural  inspec4on  of  the  Technical  Colleges  for  expansion  of  the   AMT  programme  while  other  projects  have  been  earmarked  for  the  State.  •  OSUN  AND  OYO  STATES     Thesame  survey  as  that  of  Ondo  State  is  being  carried  out  in  these  Staes.  There  are  currently   linkage  efforts  with  the  Governments  for  the  expansion  programmes.  These  efforts  are  planned  for  the  other  states  of  the  region  with  PEDI,  Ilesa  and  EMDI,  Akure  as  anchors  for   the  Agency       Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,       Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  • SURVEY  OF  FAST  MOVING  PARTS  IN  EQUIPMENT  USED  FOR   GRAINS,  CASSAVA  AND  FLOUR  MILLING  IN  ONDO  STATE  The  Survey  of  Fast  Moving  Parts  in  Equipment  used  for  Grain,  Cassava  and  Flour  Milling  in  Ondo   State  was  carried  out  to  assess  the  mills,  iden4fy  cast  and  other  spares  normally  required  for   the  mills  and  program  the  viable  engineering  infrastructure  and  facility  to  significantly   improve  the  technological  capability  of  Ondo  State.    From  the  survey  conducted  in  the  eighteen  (18)  LGAs,  the  data  collected  from  the  field  are  as   summarized  below:  •  A  total  of  2,632  All  Purpose  Grinding  Machines  were  assessed  from  all  of  the  18  local   government  areas  of  the  state.  •  A  total  of  106  All  Purpose  Milling  Machines  were  assessed  from  5  of  the  18  local  government   areas.  •  A  total  of  143  Manual  Hand  Grinding  Machines  were  assessed  from  2  of  the  18  local   government  areas.  •  A  total  of  851  Cassava  Gra4ng  Machines  were  assessed  from  13  of  the  18  local  government   areas.   Website: www.naseni.org ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, Email: nasenihq@naseni.org IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • •  A  total  of  303  Palm  Fruit  Digesters  were  assessed  from  11  of  the  18  local  government  areas  •  A  total  of  161  Palm  Nut  Crackers  were  assessed  from  4  of  the  18  local  government  areas  •  A  total  of  304  Flour  Rolling  Machines  were  assessed  from  5  of  the  18  local  government  areas  •  A  total  of  1no.  Maize  Polishing  Machine  was  assessed  from  1  of  the  18  local  government   areas  •  A  total  of  38  Rice  Milling  Machines  were  assessed  from  2  of  the  18  local  government  areas  The  conclusion  of  the  survey  is  that:  •  Cast  spares  for  the  surveyed  equipment  are  scarce  in  the  local  market  •  More  of  the  machines  are  desperately  needed  in  many  of  the  areas,  provision  of  which   would  put  extreme  pressure  on  the  local  spares  market  •  Close  to  5,000  tonnes  of  cast  spares  will  be  required  by  these  mills  alone  in  Ondo  State  at   present  level  of  opera4on  •  Gainful  employment  for  ci4zenry  thereby  sa4sfying  the  Millennium  Development  Goals   (MDGs)  and  the  7  –  Point  Agenda  of  the  Federal  Government  of  Nigeria  will  be  achieved.  This  survey  is  currently  being  carried  out  in  the  33  Local  Governments  in  Oyo  State,  30  Local   Governments  and  1  Area  Office  in  Osun  Stae,  and  the  16  Local  Governments  in  Eki4  State.   Website: www.naseni.org ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, Email: nasenihq@naseni.org IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
  • SPECIFIC  TARGETS  OF  NASENI  POTENTIALS  FOR  EKITI  STATE  Science  and  Technical  Educadon  •  Science  kits  for  numerous  primary  and  junior  secondary  schools  in  Ekid  state.    •  Technical   and   Vocadonal   Educadon   Curriculum   Review   to   include   include   hands-­‐on   experience  training  of  Technical  School  students  .    Advance  Technology  Capacity  Building  and  Producdon  •  The  training  of  Fresh  University  and  polytechnic  graduates  in  hands-­‐on  experience  in   industrial,  factory  and  workshop  pracdces  and  processes  coordinated  at  the  PEDI   Ilesa,  and  EMDI,  Akure.  •  Upgrading  of  Mechanic  Villages  in  most  towns  in  the  State  and  the  establishment  of  a   Central  Technology  Park.    •  The  Small  Hydro  Power  Project  for  various  communides  in  the  South  West.  •  Capacity  Utilizadon  of  Exisdng  Corage  Industries  in  South  West  with  Arendant   Manufacturing  Capability   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,       Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  • WARDS  IN  THE  SOUTH  WEST  STATES   STATES   NO  OF  LOCAL   NO  OF  WARDS   GOVERNMENTS   EKITI   16   177   LAGOS   20?   379   OGUN   19   237   ONDO   23   202   OSUN   30   328   OYO   33   349   TOTALS   141   1671  Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,      Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  • LIST  OF  EQUIPMENT  AVAILABLE  AT  NASENI,  PEDI,  OWO  &   EMDI  S/No     EQUIPMENT  NAME     APPLICATION    1   Ver4cal  Machining  Centre(PRODIS)     Computer  Aided  manufacturing  of  machine  parts  &  for  high  precision  machine   tool  (Lathe,  Mill)  opera4on.    2   For  high  precision  turning,  threading,  tapering  and  sharpening  work  pieces     CNC  Lathe  (PRODIS)    3   CNC  Lathe     For  high  precision  turning,  threading,  tapering  and  sharpening  work  pieces    4   CNC  Lathe  (Table  Top)  (SIEG)     Precision  turning,  drilling  of  small  objects.    5   CNC  Mill  (SIEG)     For  slot  indexing,  recess  cut  opera4on  for  small  work  pieces  6   Shaping  Machine     For  producing  through  slots  and  giving  surface  specific  shapes    7   Precision  Surface  Grinding  Machine(  TOWN   For  high  precision  surface  grinding  &  for  producing  smooth  and  mirror  finish  on   HERO)     flat  surfaces.    8   **Coordinate  Measuring  Machine  (XI’AN)     For  developing  a  mathema4cal/  wireframe  3-­‐dimensional  coordinates  of  objects   &  for  quality  control.    9   **Rapid  Prototyping  Machine  (Roland)     For  rapid  development  of  machine  parts    10   **Factory  Automa4on  Model  Unit     Training  model  for  PLC  programming   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,       Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  • LIST  OF  EQUIPMENT  AT  NASENI,  PEDI,  OWO  &  EMDI  CONT’D  S/No     EQUIPMENT  NAME     APPLICATION  11   Pick  &  Place  Machine  (Surface  Mount   For  produc4on  of  printed  circuit  board  (Surface  Mount  Technology)  &   Technology-­‐SMT)  (TWS  AUTOMATION)       moun4ng  of  electronic  components.  12   Hydraulic  Press  Brake   For  shaping  &  bending  flat  metal  sheets     (LNTECHSN)    13   **Laser  Welding  Machine   For  welding  or  joining  of  metals  using  electron  beams  and  lasers  of  rapid  rate.     (WUHAN  HUAGONG)    14   **Laser  Cuang  Machine     For  cuang  of  metals  using  electron  beams  and  laser  of  rapid  rate  .    15   **Plasma/  Flame  Cuang  Machine   For  mel4ng  and  cuang  of  metals  using  a  high  velocity  jet  of  high  temperature   (POWERMAX)     gas.    16   Rotary  Furnace  s   For  mel4ng  and  cuang  of  metals  using  a  high  velocity  jet  of  high  temperature   gas.    17   Induc4on  Furnace   For  mel4ng  of  high  grade  steel.     (Medium  Frequency)    18   **3D  Printer  (ProJet  3000)     Modeling  of  components  with  the  use  of  wax    19   Electronic  Discharge  machines  (EDM)   For  rapid  development  of  machine  parts    20   **Fusion  Deposi4on  Modeling  Unit   Modeling  of  components   **Exclusively    PEDI,  Ilesa.   Website:    www.naseni.org   ADDRESS:  IDU  INDUSTRIAL  LAYOUT,  IDU,       Email:  nasenihq@naseni.org   P.M.B.  391,  GARKI,  ABUJA  
  • CONCLUSION  •  The   transforma4on   of   cra   to   manufacturing   has   been   possible   historically   as   a   consequence   of   the   infusion   of   technology.   It   becomes  impera4ve,  in  order  to  again  sustainable  development,  that   SETI   managers   need   to   adopt   best   prac4ces,   learn   how   to   apply   scien4fic   knowledge   vigorously   to   developmental   issues,   use   ICT   op4mally,   embrace   AMT   and   develop   the   relevant   human   capacity   to   meet  current  developmental  demand.    •  There   should   be   AMT   centres   in   all   the   Local   Governments   in   the   South   West,   with   100kg   and   250   kg   rotary   furnaces   along   with   CNC   Table  Top  Lathe  and  Milling  Machines.  •  All  the  small  AMT-­‐Cs  would  be  linked  with  more  advanced  facili4es  at   PEDI,   Ilesa,   EMDI   Akure   and   the   AMT-­‐C,   Rifus   Giwa   Poly,   Owo   for   more  complex  complex  components  and  opera4ons.  •  This   is   the   roadmap   for   fast   tracking   technical   and   technological   advancement  of  Eki4  State.   Website: www.naseni.org ADDRESS: IDU INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT, Email: nasenihq@naseni.org IDU, P.M.B. 391, GARKI, ABUJA
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