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COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROLMACHINES
INTRODUCTION The control of machine tool by means of stored  information through the computer is known as  CNC (Computer ...
ADVANTAGES   Higher flexibility   Increased productivity   Consistent quality   Reduced rejection rate   Reliable ope...
COMPARISON BETWEEN CONVENTIONAL &C.N.C MACHINES            70            60            50RATIO (%)            40          ...
DEMAND OF C.N.C MACHINES IN INDIA
DEMAND OF ENGINEERS TO FULFILL REQUIREMENTSOF INDUSTRIES PER YEAR IN NORTHEN REGION
COMPARISION BETWEEN CAD & CAM                                        INDUSTRY                   MANUFACTURING             ...
ORGANIZATION CHART                  OF          MANUFACTURING UNIT                                 HEAT             AGM   ...
INDUSTRIES IN U.P & SURROUNDING
INDUSTRIAL GROWTH
CAREER GROWTH IN CNC TECHNOLOGYQUALIFICATION   Sal. at   Sal. after 1 yr.   Sal. after 2 Yr.   Sal. after 3 Yr.   Sal. aft...
EMPLOYEMENT OPPORTUNITY People may find employment in Automobile  manufacturing industries like LML, Tata  Motors, Mahind...
COURSESCODE            NAME OF COURSES                             ELLIGIBILITY             DURATION A     C.N.C. MACHINE ...
CONCLUSION Development of computer numerically  controlled machines is an outstanding  contribution to the manufacturing ...
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KAIZEN TRAINING INSTITUTE

TRAINING CENTRE
46 B/9, DADA NAGAR, INDUSTRIAL AREA, KANPUR

(Off) Ph. 0512-2212120, Mob. 9336110695, 9335017898, 9336626796,9305463899
Email: kaizencadcam@gmail.com, kaizentraining@rediff.com
Website: www.kaizencadcam.com

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  1. 1. COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROLMACHINES
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION The control of machine tool by means of stored information through the computer is known as CNC (Computer numerical controlled). The design and construction of computer numerical control machines differs greatly from that of conventional machine tools. This differences arises because of the requirement of higher performance levels. The CNC machines often employ the various mechatronics element that have been developed over the years.
  3. 3. ADVANTAGES Higher flexibility Increased productivity Consistent quality Reduced rejection rate Reliable operation Reduced manpower Less leading time Just in time manufacturing Increased operational safety Improves Automation Advance Robotics
  4. 4. COMPARISON BETWEEN CONVENTIONAL &C.N.C MACHINES 70 60 50RATIO (%) 40 30 20 CONVENTIONAL 10 C.N.C MACHINES 0
  5. 5. DEMAND OF C.N.C MACHINES IN INDIA
  6. 6. DEMAND OF ENGINEERS TO FULFILL REQUIREMENTSOF INDUSTRIES PER YEAR IN NORTHEN REGION
  7. 7. COMPARISION BETWEEN CAD & CAM INDUSTRY MANUFACTURING DESIGN DEPTT. DEPTT. AGM MANAGER MANAGER Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. ENGINEER ENGINEER ENGINEER ENGINEER ENGINEER 3 ENGINEER 3 ENGINEER 3 DRAFTMAN 2 TECHNICIAN 6 TECHNICIAN 6 TECHNICIAN 6 OPERATOR OPERATOR OPERATOR (45) (45) (45)
  8. 8. ORGANIZATION CHART OF MANUFACTURING UNIT HEAT AGM TREATMENT WELDING SHOP STORE/PUR. PDC SHOP AGM MACHINE SHOP PROD. SHEET METAL AGMVP GM Q.A CAD AGM TOOL ROOM R&D ASSEMBLY DIE & AGM MOULD FORGE SHOP MAINT.
  9. 9. INDUSTRIES IN U.P & SURROUNDING
  10. 10. INDUSTRIAL GROWTH
  11. 11. CAREER GROWTH IN CNC TECHNOLOGYQUALIFICATION Sal. at Sal. after 1 yr. Sal. after 2 Yr. Sal. after 3 Yr. Sal. after 4 Yr. joining B. TECH. 10000 12000 18000 22000 32000
  12. 12. EMPLOYEMENT OPPORTUNITY People may find employment in Automobile manufacturing industries like LML, Tata Motors, Mahindra etc., Die and mould manufacturer, CNC machine shops both in public sector like H.A.L, B.H.E.L, RAILWAYS, OFC etc. and private sectors. Positions in organization include CNC Operators, CNC Programmers, CAD-CAM Engineers, CNC Technicians and Sales & Service Engineers. There is huge demand of qualified & experienced CAD-CAM & CNC Technicians/Engineers in India as well as in foreign countries.
  13. 13. COURSESCODE NAME OF COURSES ELLIGIBILITY DURATION A C.N.C. MACHINE OPERATION & BASIC 10+2 (SCIENCE) / I.T.I 160 Hrs. PROGRAMING (TURNING CENTER) B C.N.C. MACHINE OPERATION & BASIC 10+2 (SCIENCE) / I.T.I 160 Hrs. PROGRAMING (V.M.C) C C.N.C. MACHINE OPERATION & ADVANCE I.T.I / Dip. / B.E. 160 Hrs PROGRAMMING (TURNING CENTER) D C.N.C. MACHINE OPERATION & ADVANCE I.T.I / Dip. / B.E. 160 Hrs PROGRAMMING ( V.M.C ) E Auto Cad (Computer Aided Design) 10+2 (Sc.) / I.T.I / Dip. / B.E. 60 Hrs. F CADD (Design, Drafting & 3-D Modelling) I.T.I / Dip. / B.E. 80 Hrs. G CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) I.T.I / Dip. / B.E. 200 Hrs. O Complete course of CAD-CAM (Including A, 10+2 (Sc.) / I.T.I / Dip. / B.E 450 Hrs. B, C, D, E, F & G)
  14. 14. CONCLUSION Development of computer numerically controlled machines is an outstanding contribution to the manufacturing industries. It has made possible the automation of the machining process with flexibility to handle small to medium batch quantities in part production. At present Indian industries needs CNC Machines due to so much competition in global market. CNC machines are best suitable for better accuracy and less manpower.
  15. 15. THANKING YOU!
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