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SHORTTERM
INTERNSHIP
(On-Site/Virtual)
ANDHRA PRADESH
STATE COUNCIL OF HIGHER EDUCATION
PROGRAM BOOK FOR
SHORT-TERM INTERNSHIP
(Onsite / Virtual)
Name of the Student: Venkata Krishna Rahul
Manepalli
Name of the College: Aditya College of Engineering & Technology
Registration Number: 21P35A0312
Period of Internship : From: February To: April
Name & Address of the Intern Organisation: SkillDzire
Jawaharlal Nehru Technology University
2023-2024
An Internship Report
Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of
BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY
in
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
BY
VENKATA KRISHNA RAHUL MANEPALLI
Registration Number
21P35A0312
Under the esteemed guidance of
Dr. CH.V.V.M.J. Satish, MTech, PhD
Associate professor
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ADITYA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
(Permanently Affiliated to JNTUK, Approved by AICTE, Accredited by NAAC A+
& NBA)
recognized by UGC under section 2(f) and 12(B) of UGC Act 1956.
Surampalem, East Godavari-II. Dist., AP – 533 437.
(2023-2024)
ADITYA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
(Permanently Affiliated to JNTUK, Approved by AICTE, Accredited by NAAC A+
& NBA)
recognized by UGC under section 2(f) and 12(B) of UGC Act 1956.
Surampalem, East Godavari-II. Dist., AP – 533 437.
CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that internship report entitled “3D Printing & Design” which is a bonafide
work carried out by VENKATA KRISHNA RAHUL MANEPALLI bearing Register No
21P35A0312 respectively in fulfillment of Internship in IV B.Tech, 2nd
semester in
Mechanical Engineering in Aditya College of Engineering & Technology, Surampalem
during the Academic year 2023-2024.
FACULTY GUIDE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT
Dr. CH.V.V.M.J. Satish, M.Tech, Ph.D. Dr. Danaiah Puli, M.Tech, Ph.D.
Associate professor Professor & Head
Mechanical Engineering Department Mechanical Engineering Department
EXTERNAL EXAMINER
An Internship Report on
3D Printing & Design
Submitted in accordance with the requirement for the degree of
Bachelor of Technology
Under the Faculty Guideship
Dr. CH.V.V.M.J. Satish, M. Tech, Ph.D
Department of
Mechanical Engineering
Submitted by:
Venkata Krishna Rahul Manepalli
Reg. No: 21P35A0312
College of
Aditya College of Engineering & Technology
Student’s Declaration
I, VENKATA KRISHNA RAHUL MANEPALLI a student of Bachelor of Technology
Program, Reg. No. 21P35A0312 of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aditya
college of Engineering & Technology College do hereby declare that I have completed
the mandatory internship from February to April in SkillDzire under the Faculty
Guideship of Dr. CH.V.V.M.J. Satish, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aditya
college of Engineering & Technology.
(Signature and Date)
Official Certification
This is to certify that Venkata Krishna Rahul Manepalli Reg. No. 21P35A0312 has
completed his/her Internship in SkillDzire on 3D Printing & Design under supervision as
a part of partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Degree of Bachelor of Technology
in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aditya college of Engineering &
Technology.
This is accepted for evaluation.
(Signatory with Date and Seal)
Endorsements
Faculty Guide
Head of the Department
Principal
Certificate from Intern Organization
Acknowledgements
I wish to express my gratitude to those who extended their valuable co-operation and contribution
towards the project.
I would also like to sincerely thank Sri. Dr. Danaiah Puli, Professor & HOD, Department of
Mechanical Engineering for facilitating this Internship and providing his guidance throughout
the duration of the project.
I would like to thank my project guide Dr. CH.V.V.M.J. Satish, Associate Professor, Department
of Mechanical Engineering for his valuable time and continued assistance for the successful
completion of the Internship.
Finally, I would also like to thank the faculty and staff of the institute for their support.
VENKATA KRISHNA RAHUL MANEPALLI
(21P35A0312)
Contents
S.NO
1 Chapter 1: Executive Summary
2 Chapter 2: Overview of the Organisation
3 Chapter 3: Internship Part
4 Chapter 4: Outcomes Description
5 Chapter 5: Results and Discussion
CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
SolidWorks is a solid modeling computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided
engineering(CAE) computer program that runs on Microsoft Windows. SolidWorks is published
by Dassault Systèmes.
Solidworks was founded in December 1993 by jon hirschtick who used the $1 million he made
while a member of the MIT blackjack team to set up the company. Hirschtick then recruited a team
of engineers who set out with the aim of creating 3d cad software. It was intended to be accessible,
affordable and available on windows desktop. Solidworks was so impressive in fact, that by 1997
it was acquired by none other than dassault systems—best known for catia
More than 3,246,750 product designers and engineers worldwide, representing 240,010
organizations, use SOLIDWORKS to bring their designs to life–from the coolest gadgets to
innovations that deliver a better tomorrow.
Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORKS Corp. offers complete 3D software tools that let you create,
simulate, publish, and manage your data. SOLIDWORKS products are easy to learn and use and
work together to help you design products better, faster, and more cost-effectively. The
SOLIDWORKS focus on ease-of-use allows more engineers, designers and other technology
professionals than ever before to take advantage of 3D in bringing their designs to life.
It is headquartered at Waltham, Massachusetts, USA.
The latest version of Solidworks was released on 19th
September, 2016 as Solidworks 2017.
SolidWorks partners with third party developers to add functionality in niche market applications
like finite element analysis, circuit layout, tolerance checking, etc. SolidWorks has also licensed
its 3D modeling capabilities to other CAD software vendors, notably ANVIL.
HISTORY:
SolidWorks Corporation was founded in December 1993 by Massachusetts Institute of
Technology graduate Jon Hirschtick. Hirschtick used $1 million he had made while a member of
the MIT Blackjack Team to set up the company. Initially based in Waltham, Massachusetts, United
States, Hirschtick recruited a team of engineers with the goal of building 3D CAD software that
was easy-to-use, affordable, and available on the Windows desktop. Operating later from Concord,
Massachusetts, SolidWorks released its first product SolidWorks 95, in November 1995. In 1997
Dassault, best known for its CATIA CAD software, acquired SolidWorks for $310 million in
stock.[5]
Jon Hirschtick stayed on board for the next 14 years in various roles. Under his leadership,
SolidWorks grew to a $100 million revenue company.
SolidWorks currently markets several versions of the SolidWorks CAD software in addition to
eDrawings, a collaboration tool, and DraftSight, a 2D CAD product.
SolidWorks was headed by John McEleney from 2001 to July 2007 and Jeff Ray from 2007 to
January 2011. The current CEO is Gian Paolo Bassi from Jan 2015. Gian Paolo Bassi replaces
Bertrand Sicot, who is promoted Vice President Sales of Dassault Systèmes’ Value Solutions sales
channel.
SolidWorks covers the design process; from design and validation to technical communications
and data management. The intuitive design interface and integrated software work together to give
the user the freedom to focus on innovation. SolidWorks can maximize the productivity of your
design and engineering resources to create products better, faster, and more cost effectively.
CHAPTER 2: OVERVIEW OF THE ORGANIZATION
SkillDzire Internship Platform is a digital platform designed to connect students and recent
graduates with internship opportunities across various industries. Here's an overview of what it
offers:
Internship Opportunities: SkillDzire provides a wide range of internship opportunities in
different fields such as technology, business, marketing, finance, design, and more. These
internships can be in various formats, including part-time, full-time, remote, or in-office positions.
Matching Algorithm: The platform uses a sophisticated matching algorithm to connect candidates
with internship positions that align with their skills, interests, and career goals. This helps in
ensuring that both the interns and the companies find the best fit for their needs.
User Profiles: Users can create detailed profiles on the platform, highlighting their educational
background, skills, work experience, and career aspirations. Employers can view these profiles to
identify suitable candidates for their internship programs.
Application Process: SkillDzire streamlines the internship application process, allowing
candidates to apply for multiple internships with just a few clicks. The platform may also offer
resources and tips to help candidates improve their resumes and prepare for interviews.
Feedback and Ratings: After completing an internship, both interns and employers can provide
feedback and ratings on their experience. This helps in maintaining quality standards and
improving the overall internship program.
Networking Opportunities: SkillDzire may provide networking opportunities for interns to
connect with professionals in their field, participate in industry events, and build valuable
connections that can help them advance their careers.
Training and Development: Some platforms offer additional resources such as online courses,
webinars, and workshops to help interns develop relevant skills and enhance their employability.
Overall, SkillDzire Online Internship Platform serves as a bridge between students/graduates
seeking valuable work experience and companies looking to recruit talented interns. It aims to
make the internship search and hiring process more efficient and effective for both parties involved.
CHAPTER 3: INTERNSHIP PART
1. THE SOLIDWORKS MODEL
The SolidWorks model is made up of:
› Parts - 2D design (Sketch), 3D design (Features) , Part design consider in the part design
section.
› Assemblies - Assembling of two or more than two parts consider in this section.
› Drawings - Designing with standards is consider in the drawing section.
2. SOLIDWORKS USER INTERFACE
The interface is native Windows interface, and such behaves in the same manner as other Windows
applications.
 Menus:
1. It provides access to all commands that the Solid Works offers.
2. When a menu item has a right pointing arrow, it means there is a sub-menu associated with
the choice,
3. When a menu item is followed by a series of dots, it means that option opens a dialog box
with additional choices or information
 Toolbars menus:
1. Provide shortcuts enabling to quickly access the most frequently used commands.
2. They are organized according to function and can be customized, removed and
rearranged according to your preferences.
 Feature Manager Design Tree:
1. It is located on the left side of the Solid Works Graphic window.
2. It displays the details chronological sequence on how all the parts, assembly and
drawing are created.
3. It allows access to do editing of the models.
It consists of three default tabs:
1. Feature Manager Design tree
2. Property Manager
3. Configuration Manager
 The Feature Manager Design tree makes it easy to:
1. Select items in the model by name.
2. Identify and change the order in which features are created. You can drag items in the
Feature Manager Design tree list to reorder them. This changes the order in which features
are regenerated when the model is rebuilt.
3. Display the dimensions of a feature by double-clicking the feature’s name.
4. Rename items by slowly clicking two times on a name to select it and then entering a new
name.
5. Suppress and Unsuppressed part features and assembly components.
The Property Manager appears on the Property Manager tab in the panel to the left of the graphics
area. It opens when you select entities or commands defined in the Property Manager.
 The View Toolbar
The View toolbar provides tools for manipulating Solid Works parts, drawings, and assemblies.
Icon Description
Zoom to Fit rescales the view so the entire part, drawing, or assembly is visible.
Zoom to area Zooms in on a portion of the view that you select by creating a
Bounding box.
1. Place the cursor where you want the one corner of the box to be.
2. Drag the cursor diagonally to the opposite corner of the bounding
Box.
3. Release the cursor. The image enlarges proportionally to the size of the
bounding box.
4. To resize the image back to fit the screen, select Zoom to Fit.
Zoom In/ dynamically changes the scale of the image.
Out • To enlarge the image, Press the left mouse button and drag upward.
• To reduce the image: Press the left mouse button and drag downward.
Rotate View Dynamically turns the part or assembly image around a view center
As you move the mouse. (Not for drawings.)
• To rotate the image on a vertical axis: Move the mouse left to right
• To rotate the image on a horizontal axis: Move the mouse up and down.
• To rotate the image diagonally: Move the mouse diagonally.
You can also use the keyboard arrow keys to rotate the image.
Pan Dynamically moves the image. Press and hold the left mouse button
while moving the cursor around on the screen.
Hidden Displays only those lines that are visible at the angle the model is
Lines rotated. Obscured lines are removed
Removed
Perspective Displays a perspective view of the model. A perspective view is the
most normal view as seen by the eye or a camera. Parallel lines
recede into the distance to a vanishing point.
Perspective may be used in combination with any of the view modes.
3. 2D SKETCHING
 Sketching: Sketching is the act of creating 2-dimensional profile comprised of wire frame
geometry. Sketches are used for all sketched feature in Solid Works including:
 Extrusions
 Sweeps
 Revolves
 Lofts
Process of completing the sketches
1. Starting a New part (It can be created in inch, millimetre or other units)
2. Sketches (Collections of 2D geometry that are used to create solid features)
3. Sketch Entities/Geometry (Types of 2D geometry such as lines, circles and rectangles
that make up the sketch)
4. Sketch Relations (Geometric relationships such as horizontal and vertical are applied
to the sketch entities. The relations restrict the movement of the entities)
5. State of the sketch (Each sketch has a status that determines whether it is ready to be
used or not. The state can fully-, under- or over defined)
6. Sketch tools (Tools can be used to modify the sketch geometry that has been created/
this often involves the trimming or extension of the entities)
7. Extruding the sketch (Extruding uses the 2D sketch to create a 3D solid feature)
 Sketch Entities/Geometry:
Solid Works offers a rich variety of sketch tools for creating profile geometry.
Sketch entity Toolbar button Geometry example___
Line
Circle
Center point Arc
3 Point Arc
Tangent Arc
Ellipse
Partial Ellipse
Parabola
Spline
Polygon
Rectangle
Parallelogram
Point
Centerline
4. STATUS OF A SKETCH
The most common colour codes are:
No. Color Diagnostic __ Case____________
1. Blue Under constrained
› This is usually appears when first drawn.
› Additional dimensions or relations are required.
› Under defined sketch entities are blue (by default).
2. Black Fully constrained
› When more constraints and dimensions are added to the sketch – the sketch Become completely
defined.
› No additional dimensions or relationships are required.
3. Red Over constrained
› Adding any dimension to fully defined Would serve to over define the sketch
› Contains conflicting dimensions or relations, or both.
5. SKETCH RELATIONS
The following table describes the entities that you can select for a relation and the characteristics
of the resulting relation.
__Relation Entities to select ___ Resulting relations________
Horizontal or One or more lines or the lines become horizontal or vertical
Vertical two or more points. as defined by the current sketch space.
Points are aligned horizontally or vertically.
Collinear Two or more lines The items lie on the same infinite line.
Cordial Two or more arcs The items share the same center point and radius.
Perpendicular Two lines The two items are perpendicular to each other.
Parallel Two or more lines The items are parallel to each other.
A line and a plane (or a planar face) in a 3D Sketch The line is parallel to the selected plane.
Tangent An arc, ellipse, or The two items remain tangent.
spline, and a line or arc.
Concentric Two or more arcs, or a The arcs share the same center point.
point and an arc.
Midpoint Two lines or a point The point remains at the midpoint of
and a line. the line.
Intersection Two lines and one point The point remains at the intersection of the lines.
Coincident A point and a line, arc, The point lies on the line, arc, or ellipse.
or ellipse.
Equal Two or more lines or The line lengths or radii remain equal.
two or more arcs.
Symmetric A centerline and two The items remain equidistant from the
points, lines, arcs, or centerline on a line perpendicular to the
ellipses. centerline.
Fix Any entity. The entity’s size and location are fixed. However, the end
points of a fixed line are free to move along the
infinite line that underlies it. Also, the endpoints of
an arc or elliptical segment are free to move along
the underlying full circle or ellipse.
Merge Points Two sketch points The two points are merged into a single
or endpoints. point.
A line may be constrained vertically or horizontally. Once the line is drawn horizontally, it will
remain horizontal unless the relation is removed. The line can be repositioned and resized but must
remain horizontal.
For an instance:
The line is in Horizontal The line is in vertical The lines are in horizontal
and have equal length
The Sketch Tools toolbar and the Tools, Sketch Tools menu provide the following tools:
Convert Entities creates one or more curves in a sketch by projecting an edge, loop,
face, external sketch curve, external sketch contour, set of edges, or set of external sketch curves
onto the sketch plane. (Available in an active part or assembly document only).
Mirror creates copies of sketch elements by are mirroring them around a
centerline. When you create mirrored elements, a symmetric relation is applied between
corresponding pairs of sketch points (the ends of mirrored lines, the centers of arcs, and so on). If
you change a mirrored element, its mirror image also changes.
Fillet creates a tangent arc at the intersection of two sketch elements, trimming away the
corner.
Offset Entities creates sketch curves offset from a selected model edge, loop, face,
external sketch curve, external sketch contour, set of edges, or set of external sketch curves by a
specified distance.
An offset entity relation is created between each original entity and the corresponding sketch curve.
If the entity changes, when you rebuild the model the offset curve also changes. (Available in an
active part or assembly document only).
Trim/Extend trims or extends a sketch element.
6. VIEW ORIENTATION
It helps to Change the view display to correspond to one of the standard view orientations.
To select a view, do one of the following:
 Click View Orientation (Heads-up View toolbar), and select a view orientation.
 Click a view orientation on the Standard Views toolbar.
 Double-click a view orientation in the Orientation dialog box.
Front
Right
Bottom
Isometric
Top
Left
Back
Normal To (selected plane or planar face)
7. VIEW DISPLAY STYLE
You can display drawing views in the following modes, from either the View toolbar or in the view
PropertyManager:
Wireframe
Hidden Lines Visible
Hidden Lines Removed
Shaded With Edges
Shaded
Wireframe Hidden Lines Visible Hidden Lines Removed
Shaded With Edges Shaded
8. CREATING FEATURES
Features are the individual shapes that, when combined, make up the part. You can also add some
types of features to assemblies. Some features originate as sketches; other features, such as shells
or fillets, are created when you select the appropriate menu command and define the dimensions
or characteristics that you want. This chapter describes the following:
 Base, Boss, and Cut
 Extrude, Revolve, Sweep, and Loft
 Fillet/Round, Chamfer, and Draft
 Hole - Simple and Hole Wizard
 Shell
 Rib
 Dome
 Pattern - Circular, Linear, and Mirror
 Curve
 Surface
 Extrude:
Extrude extends the sketched profile of a feature in one or two directions as either a thin feature or
a solid feature. An extrude operation can either add material to a part (in a base or boss) or remove
material from a part (in a cut or hole).
SOLID FEATURE THIN FEATURE
 Cut:
A cut is a feature which removes material from a part or an assembly.
A cut may be created by Extrude, Sweep, Revolve, or Loft (from one or more sketches), or
Thicken or cut With Surface (from a surface).
The following table describes the End Condition tab of the Extrude
Feature dialog box and the various options for extruded bosses and
cuts.
Type Example Description
Blind Extends the feature from the
sketch plane for a
specified distance (Depth).
Through All Extends the feature from the sketch plane through all existing
geometry.
Up to Next Extends the feature from the sketch plane to the next surface,
or set of surfaces, that intercepts the entire profile. The next
surface must be on the same part.
Up to Surface Extends the feature from the sketch plane to the
selected surface.
Offset from Extends the feature from the sketch plane to a
Surface specified distance from the selected surface.
Offset from Extends the feature from the sketch plane to a
surface, specified distance beyond the selected surface.
reversed
Mid Plane Extends the feature from the sketch plane equally in both
directions. (Depth specifies the total depth, not the depth in
each direction.)
Up to Vertex Extends the feature from the sketch plane to a
plane that is parallel to the sketch plane and
passing through the specified vertex.
 Fillet/Round:
Fillet/Round creates a rounded internal or external face on the part. You can fillet all edges of a
face, selected sets of faces, selected edges, or edge loops.
In general, it is best to follow these rules when making fillets:
 Add larger fillets before smaller ones. When several fillets converge at a vertex, create the
larger fillets first.
 Add drafts before fillets. If you are creating a molded or cast part with many filleted edges
and drafted surfaces, in most cases you should add the draft features before the fillets.
 Save cosmetic fillets for last. Try to add cosmetic fillets after most other geometry is in
place. If you add them earlier, it takes longer to rebuild the part.
 To enable a part to rebuild more rapidly, use a single Fillet operation to treat several edges
that require equal radius fillets. Be aware however, that when you change the radius of that
fillet, all the fillets created in the same operation change.
 Chamfer:
Chamfer creates a beveled edge on the selected edges and/or faces.
 Draft:
Draft tapers faces using a specified angle to selected faces in the model, to make a molded part
easier to remove from the mold. You can insert a draft in an existing part or draft while extruding
a feature.
You can draft using either a neutral plane or a parting line.
 Hole:
Hole creates various types of hole features in the model. You place a hole on a planar face, then
specify its location by dimensioning it afterwards.
 Simple - Places a circular hole of the depth you specify.
 Wizard - Creates holes with complex profiles, such as Counter bore or Countersunk.
In general, it is best to create holes near the end of the design process. This helps you avoid
inadvertently adding material inside an existing hole.
 Dome:
You can add a dome feature to any model face that has a circular, elliptical, or four-sided boundary.
A four-sided boundary need not be rectangular, and each side may consist of a single segment or
a set of tangent segments.
4.8 Mirror Feature:
Mirror Feature creates a copy of a feature (or features), mirrored about a plane.
You can either use an existing plane or create a new one. If you modify the original feature, the
mirrored copy is updated to reflect the changes.
 Revolved features:
Revolved Boss/Base – material added by rotating the profiles about a centerline
Revolved Cut – material removed by rotating the sketch
The Revolve parameters box provides the ability to select:
HOLLOW CYLINDER SOLID CYLINDER
 Swept:
Swept Boss/Base – material added by sweeping a profile along the path
Cut Sweep – material removed by sweeping a profile along the path
Follow path – the section Keep Normal Constant – the
remains at the same angle with section remains parallel to the
respect to the path at all times. beginning section at all times.
 Lofted:
Loft creates a feature by making transitions between profiles. A loft can be a base, boss, cut, or
surface. You create a loft using two or more profiles. Only the first, last, or first and last profiles
can be points. All sketch entities, including guide curves and profiles, can be contained in a single
3D sketch.
 Rib:
Rib is a special type of extruded feature created from open or closed sketched contours. It adds
material of a specified thickness in a specified direction between the contour and an existing part.
You can create a rib using single or multiple sketches.
1. Sketch L shape and extrude the sketch.
2. Sketch a Line to use as the rib feature on a plane.
3. Click Rib on the Features toolbar, or click Insert, Features, Rib.
4. Click OK
 Shell:
Shell tool hollows out a part, leaves open the faces you select, and creates thin walled features on
the remaining faces. If you do not select any face on the model, you can shell a solid part, creating
a closed, hollow model. You can also shell a model using multiple thicknesses.
CHAPTER 5: OUTCOMES DESCRIPTION
Describe the work environment you have experienced (in terms of people interactions,
facilities available and maintenance, clarity of job roles, protocols, procedures, processes,
discipline, time management, harmonious relationships, socialization, mutual support and
teamwork, motivation, space and ventilation, etc.).
This report covered the preview of our learning path and study materials. The use of 3D Printing
has many advantages. It can help to reduce the time it takes to produce the drawing needed in the
work environment.
SolidWorks software is the most amazing range of mechanical computer aided design tool. It is
now considered to be the best according to industry standards that can be obtained for a wide array
of designing, Mechanical Engineering Services and other industrial purposes.
This software is utilized to provide some useful and practical designing software that will allow
users to visualize as well as create prototypes of a product in reality and quick time. Solidworks
software allows developers to give form to their out of the box ideas. However, this requires in-
depth knowledge and understanding of the entire software and its basic as well as important
features.
The use of SolidWorks may also be relied on heavily in order to create efficiencies within the
industries. We were guided by the fact that there is more to learning SolidWorks than drawing
simple figures and lines. It has very vast application in the field of manufacturing, architecture,
electrical, and many more. The company Autodesk provides wide range of application and
software which reduces the effort to create complex drawing and easy to maintain. With the help
of SolidWorks, we can create design very quickly. It improves the quality of the drawing which
we can’t get by hand drafting. With the help of this software, drawing can be easily modified
whenever wanted which reduces the human effort. We can easily transfer files from one place to
another in no time which reduces the time.
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WEEKLY REPORT
WEEK-8 (From Dt: to Dt: )
Objective of the Activity Done:
Detailed Report:
ACTIVITY LOG FOR THE NINTH WEEK
Day
&
Date
Brief description of the daily
activity
Learning Outcome
Person In
Charge
Signature
Day – 1
Day - 2
Day – 3
Day – 4
Day – 5
Day –6
WEEKLY REPORT
WEEK-9 (From Dt: to Dt: )
Objective of the Activity Done:
Detailed Report:
ACTIVITY LOG FOR THE TENTH WEEK
Day
&
Date
Brief description of the daily
activity
Learning Outcome
Person In
Charge
Signature
Day – 1
Day - 2
Day – 3
Day – 4
Day – 5
Day –6
WEEKLY REPORT
WEEK-10 (From Dt: to Dt: )
Objective of the Activity Done:
Detailed Report:
Student Self Evaluation of the Short-Term Internship
Student Name : M.V.K. Rahul Registration No. : 21P35A0312
Term of Internship : From: To:
Date of Evaluation :
Organisation Name & Address : Aditya College of Engineering & Technology,
ADB road, Surampalem, Peddapuram Mandal , Kakinada Dist., Andhra Pradesh
Please rate your performance in the following areas:
Rating Scale: Letter grade of CGPA calculation to be provided
1 Oral communication 1 2 3 4 5
2 Written communication 1 2 3 4 5
3 Proactiveness 1 2 3 4 5
4 Interaction ability with community 1 2 3 4 5
5 Positive Attitude 1 2 3 4 5
6 Self-confidence 1 2 3 4 5
7 Ability to learn 1 2 3 4 5
8 Work Plan and organization 1 2 3 4 5
9 Professionalism 1 2 3 4 5
10 Creativity 1 2 3 4 5
11 Quality of work done 1 2 3 4 5
12 Time Management 1 2 3 4 5
13 Understanding the Community 1 2 3 4 5
14 Achievement of Desired Outcomes 1 2 3 4 5
15 OVERALL PERFORMANCE 1 2 3 4 5
Date: Signature of the Student
Evaluation by the Supervisor of the Intern Organization
Please rate the student’s performance in the following areas:
Please note that your evaluation shall be done independent of the student’s self-
evaluation Rating Scale: 1 is lowest and 5 is highest rank
1 Oral communication 1 2 3 4 5
2 Written communication 1 2 3 4 5
3 Proactiveness 1 2 3 4 5
4 Interaction ability with community 1 2 3 4 5
5 Positive Attitude 1 2 3 4 5
6 Self-confidence 1 2 3 4 5
7 Ability to learn 1 2 3 4 5
8 Work Plan and organization 1 2 3 4 5
9 Professionalism 1 2 3 4 5
10 Creativity 1 2 3 4 5
11 Quality of work done 1 2 3 4 5
12 Time Management 1 2 3 4 5
13 Understanding the Community 1 2 3 4 5
14 Achievement of Desired Outcomes 1 2 3 4 5
15 OVERALL PERFORMANCE 1 2 3 4 5
Date: Signature of the Supervisor
Student Name: M.V.K.
Rahul Registration No: 21P35A0312
Term of Internship: From:
Date Of Evaluation:
Organization Name & Address :
Name & Address of the Supervisor
with Mobile Number:
To:
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT STATEMENT
Name Of the Student:
Programme of Study:
Year of Study:
Group:
Register No/H.T. No:
Name of the College:
University:
Sl.No Evaluation Criterion Maximum
Marks
Marks
Awarded
1. Activity Log 25
2. Internship Evaluation 50
3. Oral Presentation 25
GRAND TOTAL 100
Date: Signature of the Faculty Guide
Certified by
Date: Signature of the Head of the Department
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21P35A0312 Internship eccccccReport.docx

  • 2. PROGRAM BOOK FOR SHORT-TERM INTERNSHIP (Onsite / Virtual) Name of the Student: Venkata Krishna Rahul Manepalli Name of the College: Aditya College of Engineering & Technology Registration Number: 21P35A0312 Period of Internship : From: February To: April Name & Address of the Intern Organisation: SkillDzire Jawaharlal Nehru Technology University 2023-2024
  • 3. An Internship Report Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING BY VENKATA KRISHNA RAHUL MANEPALLI Registration Number 21P35A0312 Under the esteemed guidance of Dr. CH.V.V.M.J. Satish, MTech, PhD Associate professor DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ADITYA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Permanently Affiliated to JNTUK, Approved by AICTE, Accredited by NAAC A+ & NBA) recognized by UGC under section 2(f) and 12(B) of UGC Act 1956. Surampalem, East Godavari-II. Dist., AP – 533 437. (2023-2024)
  • 4. ADITYA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (Permanently Affiliated to JNTUK, Approved by AICTE, Accredited by NAAC A+ & NBA) recognized by UGC under section 2(f) and 12(B) of UGC Act 1956. Surampalem, East Godavari-II. Dist., AP – 533 437. CERTIFICATE This is to certify that internship report entitled “3D Printing & Design” which is a bonafide work carried out by VENKATA KRISHNA RAHUL MANEPALLI bearing Register No 21P35A0312 respectively in fulfillment of Internship in IV B.Tech, 2nd semester in Mechanical Engineering in Aditya College of Engineering & Technology, Surampalem during the Academic year 2023-2024. FACULTY GUIDE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT Dr. CH.V.V.M.J. Satish, M.Tech, Ph.D. Dr. Danaiah Puli, M.Tech, Ph.D. Associate professor Professor & Head Mechanical Engineering Department Mechanical Engineering Department EXTERNAL EXAMINER
  • 5. An Internship Report on 3D Printing & Design Submitted in accordance with the requirement for the degree of Bachelor of Technology Under the Faculty Guideship Dr. CH.V.V.M.J. Satish, M. Tech, Ph.D Department of Mechanical Engineering Submitted by: Venkata Krishna Rahul Manepalli Reg. No: 21P35A0312 College of Aditya College of Engineering & Technology
  • 6. Student’s Declaration I, VENKATA KRISHNA RAHUL MANEPALLI a student of Bachelor of Technology Program, Reg. No. 21P35A0312 of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aditya college of Engineering & Technology College do hereby declare that I have completed the mandatory internship from February to April in SkillDzire under the Faculty Guideship of Dr. CH.V.V.M.J. Satish, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aditya college of Engineering & Technology. (Signature and Date)
  • 7. Official Certification This is to certify that Venkata Krishna Rahul Manepalli Reg. No. 21P35A0312 has completed his/her Internship in SkillDzire on 3D Printing & Design under supervision as a part of partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Degree of Bachelor of Technology in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aditya college of Engineering & Technology. This is accepted for evaluation. (Signatory with Date and Seal) Endorsements Faculty Guide Head of the Department Principal
  • 8. Certificate from Intern Organization
  • 9. Acknowledgements I wish to express my gratitude to those who extended their valuable co-operation and contribution towards the project. I would also like to sincerely thank Sri. Dr. Danaiah Puli, Professor & HOD, Department of Mechanical Engineering for facilitating this Internship and providing his guidance throughout the duration of the project. I would like to thank my project guide Dr. CH.V.V.M.J. Satish, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering for his valuable time and continued assistance for the successful completion of the Internship. Finally, I would also like to thank the faculty and staff of the institute for their support. VENKATA KRISHNA RAHUL MANEPALLI (21P35A0312)
  • 10. Contents S.NO 1 Chapter 1: Executive Summary 2 Chapter 2: Overview of the Organisation 3 Chapter 3: Internship Part 4 Chapter 4: Outcomes Description 5 Chapter 5: Results and Discussion
  • 11. CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY SolidWorks is a solid modeling computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering(CAE) computer program that runs on Microsoft Windows. SolidWorks is published by Dassault Systèmes. Solidworks was founded in December 1993 by jon hirschtick who used the $1 million he made while a member of the MIT blackjack team to set up the company. Hirschtick then recruited a team of engineers who set out with the aim of creating 3d cad software. It was intended to be accessible, affordable and available on windows desktop. Solidworks was so impressive in fact, that by 1997 it was acquired by none other than dassault systems—best known for catia More than 3,246,750 product designers and engineers worldwide, representing 240,010 organizations, use SOLIDWORKS to bring their designs to life–from the coolest gadgets to innovations that deliver a better tomorrow. Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORKS Corp. offers complete 3D software tools that let you create, simulate, publish, and manage your data. SOLIDWORKS products are easy to learn and use and work together to help you design products better, faster, and more cost-effectively. The SOLIDWORKS focus on ease-of-use allows more engineers, designers and other technology professionals than ever before to take advantage of 3D in bringing their designs to life. It is headquartered at Waltham, Massachusetts, USA. The latest version of Solidworks was released on 19th September, 2016 as Solidworks 2017. SolidWorks partners with third party developers to add functionality in niche market applications like finite element analysis, circuit layout, tolerance checking, etc. SolidWorks has also licensed its 3D modeling capabilities to other CAD software vendors, notably ANVIL. HISTORY: SolidWorks Corporation was founded in December 1993 by Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate Jon Hirschtick. Hirschtick used $1 million he had made while a member of the MIT Blackjack Team to set up the company. Initially based in Waltham, Massachusetts, United States, Hirschtick recruited a team of engineers with the goal of building 3D CAD software that was easy-to-use, affordable, and available on the Windows desktop. Operating later from Concord,
  • 12. Massachusetts, SolidWorks released its first product SolidWorks 95, in November 1995. In 1997 Dassault, best known for its CATIA CAD software, acquired SolidWorks for $310 million in stock.[5] Jon Hirschtick stayed on board for the next 14 years in various roles. Under his leadership, SolidWorks grew to a $100 million revenue company. SolidWorks currently markets several versions of the SolidWorks CAD software in addition to eDrawings, a collaboration tool, and DraftSight, a 2D CAD product. SolidWorks was headed by John McEleney from 2001 to July 2007 and Jeff Ray from 2007 to January 2011. The current CEO is Gian Paolo Bassi from Jan 2015. Gian Paolo Bassi replaces Bertrand Sicot, who is promoted Vice President Sales of Dassault Systèmes’ Value Solutions sales channel. SolidWorks covers the design process; from design and validation to technical communications and data management. The intuitive design interface and integrated software work together to give the user the freedom to focus on innovation. SolidWorks can maximize the productivity of your design and engineering resources to create products better, faster, and more cost effectively.
  • 13. CHAPTER 2: OVERVIEW OF THE ORGANIZATION SkillDzire Internship Platform is a digital platform designed to connect students and recent graduates with internship opportunities across various industries. Here's an overview of what it offers: Internship Opportunities: SkillDzire provides a wide range of internship opportunities in different fields such as technology, business, marketing, finance, design, and more. These internships can be in various formats, including part-time, full-time, remote, or in-office positions. Matching Algorithm: The platform uses a sophisticated matching algorithm to connect candidates with internship positions that align with their skills, interests, and career goals. This helps in ensuring that both the interns and the companies find the best fit for their needs. User Profiles: Users can create detailed profiles on the platform, highlighting their educational background, skills, work experience, and career aspirations. Employers can view these profiles to identify suitable candidates for their internship programs. Application Process: SkillDzire streamlines the internship application process, allowing candidates to apply for multiple internships with just a few clicks. The platform may also offer resources and tips to help candidates improve their resumes and prepare for interviews. Feedback and Ratings: After completing an internship, both interns and employers can provide feedback and ratings on their experience. This helps in maintaining quality standards and improving the overall internship program. Networking Opportunities: SkillDzire may provide networking opportunities for interns to connect with professionals in their field, participate in industry events, and build valuable connections that can help them advance their careers. Training and Development: Some platforms offer additional resources such as online courses, webinars, and workshops to help interns develop relevant skills and enhance their employability. Overall, SkillDzire Online Internship Platform serves as a bridge between students/graduates seeking valuable work experience and companies looking to recruit talented interns. It aims to make the internship search and hiring process more efficient and effective for both parties involved.
  • 14. CHAPTER 3: INTERNSHIP PART 1. THE SOLIDWORKS MODEL The SolidWorks model is made up of: › Parts - 2D design (Sketch), 3D design (Features) , Part design consider in the part design section. › Assemblies - Assembling of two or more than two parts consider in this section. › Drawings - Designing with standards is consider in the drawing section. 2. SOLIDWORKS USER INTERFACE The interface is native Windows interface, and such behaves in the same manner as other Windows applications.
  • 15.  Menus: 1. It provides access to all commands that the Solid Works offers. 2. When a menu item has a right pointing arrow, it means there is a sub-menu associated with the choice, 3. When a menu item is followed by a series of dots, it means that option opens a dialog box with additional choices or information  Toolbars menus: 1. Provide shortcuts enabling to quickly access the most frequently used commands. 2. They are organized according to function and can be customized, removed and rearranged according to your preferences.  Feature Manager Design Tree: 1. It is located on the left side of the Solid Works Graphic window. 2. It displays the details chronological sequence on how all the parts, assembly and drawing are created. 3. It allows access to do editing of the models. It consists of three default tabs: 1. Feature Manager Design tree 2. Property Manager 3. Configuration Manager
  • 16.  The Feature Manager Design tree makes it easy to: 1. Select items in the model by name. 2. Identify and change the order in which features are created. You can drag items in the Feature Manager Design tree list to reorder them. This changes the order in which features are regenerated when the model is rebuilt. 3. Display the dimensions of a feature by double-clicking the feature’s name. 4. Rename items by slowly clicking two times on a name to select it and then entering a new name. 5. Suppress and Unsuppressed part features and assembly components. The Property Manager appears on the Property Manager tab in the panel to the left of the graphics area. It opens when you select entities or commands defined in the Property Manager.  The View Toolbar The View toolbar provides tools for manipulating Solid Works parts, drawings, and assemblies. Icon Description Zoom to Fit rescales the view so the entire part, drawing, or assembly is visible. Zoom to area Zooms in on a portion of the view that you select by creating a Bounding box. 1. Place the cursor where you want the one corner of the box to be. 2. Drag the cursor diagonally to the opposite corner of the bounding Box. 3. Release the cursor. The image enlarges proportionally to the size of the bounding box. 4. To resize the image back to fit the screen, select Zoom to Fit. Zoom In/ dynamically changes the scale of the image.
  • 17. Out • To enlarge the image, Press the left mouse button and drag upward. • To reduce the image: Press the left mouse button and drag downward. Rotate View Dynamically turns the part or assembly image around a view center As you move the mouse. (Not for drawings.) • To rotate the image on a vertical axis: Move the mouse left to right • To rotate the image on a horizontal axis: Move the mouse up and down. • To rotate the image diagonally: Move the mouse diagonally. You can also use the keyboard arrow keys to rotate the image. Pan Dynamically moves the image. Press and hold the left mouse button while moving the cursor around on the screen. Hidden Displays only those lines that are visible at the angle the model is Lines rotated. Obscured lines are removed Removed Perspective Displays a perspective view of the model. A perspective view is the most normal view as seen by the eye or a camera. Parallel lines recede into the distance to a vanishing point. Perspective may be used in combination with any of the view modes. 3. 2D SKETCHING  Sketching: Sketching is the act of creating 2-dimensional profile comprised of wire frame geometry. Sketches are used for all sketched feature in Solid Works including:  Extrusions  Sweeps  Revolves  Lofts Process of completing the sketches 1. Starting a New part (It can be created in inch, millimetre or other units) 2. Sketches (Collections of 2D geometry that are used to create solid features) 3. Sketch Entities/Geometry (Types of 2D geometry such as lines, circles and rectangles that make up the sketch)
  • 18. 4. Sketch Relations (Geometric relationships such as horizontal and vertical are applied to the sketch entities. The relations restrict the movement of the entities) 5. State of the sketch (Each sketch has a status that determines whether it is ready to be used or not. The state can fully-, under- or over defined) 6. Sketch tools (Tools can be used to modify the sketch geometry that has been created/ this often involves the trimming or extension of the entities) 7. Extruding the sketch (Extruding uses the 2D sketch to create a 3D solid feature)  Sketch Entities/Geometry: Solid Works offers a rich variety of sketch tools for creating profile geometry. Sketch entity Toolbar button Geometry example___ Line Circle Center point Arc 3 Point Arc Tangent Arc Ellipse Partial Ellipse Parabola Spline
  • 19. Polygon Rectangle Parallelogram Point Centerline 4. STATUS OF A SKETCH The most common colour codes are: No. Color Diagnostic __ Case____________ 1. Blue Under constrained › This is usually appears when first drawn. › Additional dimensions or relations are required. › Under defined sketch entities are blue (by default). 2. Black Fully constrained › When more constraints and dimensions are added to the sketch – the sketch Become completely defined. › No additional dimensions or relationships are required.
  • 20. 3. Red Over constrained › Adding any dimension to fully defined Would serve to over define the sketch › Contains conflicting dimensions or relations, or both. 5. SKETCH RELATIONS The following table describes the entities that you can select for a relation and the characteristics of the resulting relation. __Relation Entities to select ___ Resulting relations________ Horizontal or One or more lines or the lines become horizontal or vertical Vertical two or more points. as defined by the current sketch space. Points are aligned horizontally or vertically. Collinear Two or more lines The items lie on the same infinite line. Cordial Two or more arcs The items share the same center point and radius. Perpendicular Two lines The two items are perpendicular to each other. Parallel Two or more lines The items are parallel to each other. A line and a plane (or a planar face) in a 3D Sketch The line is parallel to the selected plane. Tangent An arc, ellipse, or The two items remain tangent. spline, and a line or arc. Concentric Two or more arcs, or a The arcs share the same center point. point and an arc. Midpoint Two lines or a point The point remains at the midpoint of and a line. the line. Intersection Two lines and one point The point remains at the intersection of the lines. Coincident A point and a line, arc, The point lies on the line, arc, or ellipse. or ellipse. Equal Two or more lines or The line lengths or radii remain equal.
  • 21. two or more arcs. Symmetric A centerline and two The items remain equidistant from the points, lines, arcs, or centerline on a line perpendicular to the ellipses. centerline. Fix Any entity. The entity’s size and location are fixed. However, the end points of a fixed line are free to move along the infinite line that underlies it. Also, the endpoints of an arc or elliptical segment are free to move along the underlying full circle or ellipse. Merge Points Two sketch points The two points are merged into a single or endpoints. point. A line may be constrained vertically or horizontally. Once the line is drawn horizontally, it will remain horizontal unless the relation is removed. The line can be repositioned and resized but must remain horizontal. For an instance: The line is in Horizontal The line is in vertical The lines are in horizontal and have equal length The Sketch Tools toolbar and the Tools, Sketch Tools menu provide the following tools: Convert Entities creates one or more curves in a sketch by projecting an edge, loop, face, external sketch curve, external sketch contour, set of edges, or set of external sketch curves onto the sketch plane. (Available in an active part or assembly document only).
  • 22. Mirror creates copies of sketch elements by are mirroring them around a centerline. When you create mirrored elements, a symmetric relation is applied between corresponding pairs of sketch points (the ends of mirrored lines, the centers of arcs, and so on). If you change a mirrored element, its mirror image also changes. Fillet creates a tangent arc at the intersection of two sketch elements, trimming away the corner. Offset Entities creates sketch curves offset from a selected model edge, loop, face, external sketch curve, external sketch contour, set of edges, or set of external sketch curves by a specified distance. An offset entity relation is created between each original entity and the corresponding sketch curve. If the entity changes, when you rebuild the model the offset curve also changes. (Available in an active part or assembly document only). Trim/Extend trims or extends a sketch element. 6. VIEW ORIENTATION It helps to Change the view display to correspond to one of the standard view orientations. To select a view, do one of the following:  Click View Orientation (Heads-up View toolbar), and select a view orientation.  Click a view orientation on the Standard Views toolbar.  Double-click a view orientation in the Orientation dialog box.
  • 23. Front Right Bottom Isometric Top Left Back Normal To (selected plane or planar face) 7. VIEW DISPLAY STYLE You can display drawing views in the following modes, from either the View toolbar or in the view PropertyManager: Wireframe Hidden Lines Visible Hidden Lines Removed Shaded With Edges Shaded
  • 24. Wireframe Hidden Lines Visible Hidden Lines Removed Shaded With Edges Shaded 8. CREATING FEATURES Features are the individual shapes that, when combined, make up the part. You can also add some types of features to assemblies. Some features originate as sketches; other features, such as shells or fillets, are created when you select the appropriate menu command and define the dimensions or characteristics that you want. This chapter describes the following:  Base, Boss, and Cut  Extrude, Revolve, Sweep, and Loft  Fillet/Round, Chamfer, and Draft  Hole - Simple and Hole Wizard  Shell  Rib  Dome  Pattern - Circular, Linear, and Mirror  Curve
  • 25.  Surface  Extrude: Extrude extends the sketched profile of a feature in one or two directions as either a thin feature or a solid feature. An extrude operation can either add material to a part (in a base or boss) or remove material from a part (in a cut or hole). SOLID FEATURE THIN FEATURE  Cut: A cut is a feature which removes material from a part or an assembly. A cut may be created by Extrude, Sweep, Revolve, or Loft (from one or more sketches), or Thicken or cut With Surface (from a surface). The following table describes the End Condition tab of the Extrude Feature dialog box and the various options for extruded bosses and cuts. Type Example Description Blind Extends the feature from the sketch plane for a specified distance (Depth).
  • 26. Through All Extends the feature from the sketch plane through all existing geometry. Up to Next Extends the feature from the sketch plane to the next surface, or set of surfaces, that intercepts the entire profile. The next surface must be on the same part. Up to Surface Extends the feature from the sketch plane to the selected surface. Offset from Extends the feature from the sketch plane to a Surface specified distance from the selected surface. Offset from Extends the feature from the sketch plane to a surface, specified distance beyond the selected surface. reversed Mid Plane Extends the feature from the sketch plane equally in both directions. (Depth specifies the total depth, not the depth in each direction.)
  • 27. Up to Vertex Extends the feature from the sketch plane to a plane that is parallel to the sketch plane and passing through the specified vertex.  Fillet/Round: Fillet/Round creates a rounded internal or external face on the part. You can fillet all edges of a face, selected sets of faces, selected edges, or edge loops. In general, it is best to follow these rules when making fillets:  Add larger fillets before smaller ones. When several fillets converge at a vertex, create the larger fillets first.  Add drafts before fillets. If you are creating a molded or cast part with many filleted edges and drafted surfaces, in most cases you should add the draft features before the fillets.  Save cosmetic fillets for last. Try to add cosmetic fillets after most other geometry is in place. If you add them earlier, it takes longer to rebuild the part.  To enable a part to rebuild more rapidly, use a single Fillet operation to treat several edges that require equal radius fillets. Be aware however, that when you change the radius of that fillet, all the fillets created in the same operation change.  Chamfer:
  • 28. Chamfer creates a beveled edge on the selected edges and/or faces.  Draft: Draft tapers faces using a specified angle to selected faces in the model, to make a molded part easier to remove from the mold. You can insert a draft in an existing part or draft while extruding a feature. You can draft using either a neutral plane or a parting line.  Hole: Hole creates various types of hole features in the model. You place a hole on a planar face, then specify its location by dimensioning it afterwards.  Simple - Places a circular hole of the depth you specify.  Wizard - Creates holes with complex profiles, such as Counter bore or Countersunk. In general, it is best to create holes near the end of the design process. This helps you avoid inadvertently adding material inside an existing hole.
  • 29.  Dome: You can add a dome feature to any model face that has a circular, elliptical, or four-sided boundary. A four-sided boundary need not be rectangular, and each side may consist of a single segment or a set of tangent segments. 4.8 Mirror Feature: Mirror Feature creates a copy of a feature (or features), mirrored about a plane. You can either use an existing plane or create a new one. If you modify the original feature, the mirrored copy is updated to reflect the changes.
  • 30.  Revolved features: Revolved Boss/Base – material added by rotating the profiles about a centerline Revolved Cut – material removed by rotating the sketch The Revolve parameters box provides the ability to select: HOLLOW CYLINDER SOLID CYLINDER  Swept: Swept Boss/Base – material added by sweeping a profile along the path
  • 31. Cut Sweep – material removed by sweeping a profile along the path Follow path – the section Keep Normal Constant – the remains at the same angle with section remains parallel to the respect to the path at all times. beginning section at all times.  Lofted: Loft creates a feature by making transitions between profiles. A loft can be a base, boss, cut, or surface. You create a loft using two or more profiles. Only the first, last, or first and last profiles can be points. All sketch entities, including guide curves and profiles, can be contained in a single 3D sketch.  Rib:
  • 32. Rib is a special type of extruded feature created from open or closed sketched contours. It adds material of a specified thickness in a specified direction between the contour and an existing part. You can create a rib using single or multiple sketches. 1. Sketch L shape and extrude the sketch. 2. Sketch a Line to use as the rib feature on a plane. 3. Click Rib on the Features toolbar, or click Insert, Features, Rib. 4. Click OK  Shell: Shell tool hollows out a part, leaves open the faces you select, and creates thin walled features on the remaining faces. If you do not select any face on the model, you can shell a solid part, creating a closed, hollow model. You can also shell a model using multiple thicknesses.
  • 33. CHAPTER 5: OUTCOMES DESCRIPTION Describe the work environment you have experienced (in terms of people interactions, facilities available and maintenance, clarity of job roles, protocols, procedures, processes, discipline, time management, harmonious relationships, socialization, mutual support and teamwork, motivation, space and ventilation, etc.). This report covered the preview of our learning path and study materials. The use of 3D Printing has many advantages. It can help to reduce the time it takes to produce the drawing needed in the work environment. SolidWorks software is the most amazing range of mechanical computer aided design tool. It is now considered to be the best according to industry standards that can be obtained for a wide array of designing, Mechanical Engineering Services and other industrial purposes. This software is utilized to provide some useful and practical designing software that will allow users to visualize as well as create prototypes of a product in reality and quick time. Solidworks software allows developers to give form to their out of the box ideas. However, this requires in- depth knowledge and understanding of the entire software and its basic as well as important features. The use of SolidWorks may also be relied on heavily in order to create efficiencies within the industries. We were guided by the fact that there is more to learning SolidWorks than drawing simple figures and lines. It has very vast application in the field of manufacturing, architecture, electrical, and many more. The company Autodesk provides wide range of application and software which reduces the effort to create complex drawing and easy to maintain. With the help of SolidWorks, we can create design very quickly. It improves the quality of the drawing which we can’t get by hand drafting. With the help of this software, drawing can be easily modified whenever wanted which reduces the human effort. We can easily transfer files from one place to another in no time which reduces the time.
  • 34. ACTIVITY LOG FOR THE FIRST WEEK Day & Date Brief description of the daily activity Learning Outcome Person In Charge Signature Day – 1 Day - 2 Day – 3 Day – 4 Day – 5 Day –6
  • 35. WEEKLY REPORT WEEK-1 (From Dt: to Dt: ) Objective of the Activity Done: Detailed Report:
  • 36. ACTIVITY LOG FOR THE SECOND WEEK Day & Date Brief description of the daily activity Learning Outcome Person In Charge Signature Day – 1 Day - 2 Day – 3 Day – 4 Day – 5 Day –6
  • 37. WEEKLY REPORT WEEK-2 (From Dt: to Dt: ) Objective of the Activity Done: Detailed Report:
  • 38. ACTIVITY LOG FOR THE THIRD WEEK Day & Date Brief description of the daily activity Learning Outcome Person In Charge Signature Day – 1 Day - 2 Day – 3 Day – 4 Day – 5 Day –6
  • 39. WEEKLY REPORT WEEK-3 (From Dt: to Dt: ) Objective of the Activity Done: Detailed Report:
  • 40. ACTIVITY LOG FOR THE FOURTH WEEK Day & Date Brief description of the daily activity Learning Outcome Person In Charge Signature Day – 1 Day - 2 Day – 3 Day – 4 Day – 5 Day –6
  • 41. WEEKLY REPORT WEEK-4 (From Dt: to Dt: ) Objective of the Activity Done: Detailed Report:
  • 42. ACTIVITY LOG FOR THE FIFTH WEEK Day & Date Brief description of the daily activity Learning Outcome Person In Charge Signature Day – 1 Day - 2 Day – 3 Day – 4 Day – 5 Day –6
  • 43. WEEKLY REPORT WEEK-5 (From Dt: to Dt: ) Objective of the Activity Done: Detailed Report:
  • 44. ACTIVITY LOG FOR THE SIXTH WEEK Day & Date Brief description of the daily activity Learning Outcome Person In Charge Signature Day – 1 Day - 2 Day – 3 Day – 4 Day – 5 Day –6
  • 45. WEEKLY REPORT WEEK-6 (From Dt: to Dt: ) Objective of the Activity Done: Detailed Report:
  • 46. ACTIVITY LOG FOR THE SEVENTH WEEK Day & Date Brief description of the daily activity Learning Outcome Person In Charge Signature Day – 1 Day - 2 Day – 3 Day – 4 Day – 5 Day –6
  • 47. WEEKLY REPORT WEEK-7 (From Dt: to Dt: ) Objective of the Activity Done: Detailed Report:
  • 48. ACTIVITY LOG FOR THE EIGHT WEEK Day & Date Brief description of the daily activity Learning Outcome Person In Charge Signature Day – 1 Day - 2 Day – 3 Day – 4 Day – 5 Day –6
  • 49. WEEKLY REPORT WEEK-8 (From Dt: to Dt: ) Objective of the Activity Done: Detailed Report:
  • 50. ACTIVITY LOG FOR THE NINTH WEEK Day & Date Brief description of the daily activity Learning Outcome Person In Charge Signature Day – 1 Day - 2 Day – 3 Day – 4 Day – 5 Day –6
  • 51. WEEKLY REPORT WEEK-9 (From Dt: to Dt: ) Objective of the Activity Done: Detailed Report:
  • 52. ACTIVITY LOG FOR THE TENTH WEEK Day & Date Brief description of the daily activity Learning Outcome Person In Charge Signature Day – 1 Day - 2 Day – 3 Day – 4 Day – 5 Day –6
  • 53. WEEKLY REPORT WEEK-10 (From Dt: to Dt: ) Objective of the Activity Done: Detailed Report:
  • 54. Student Self Evaluation of the Short-Term Internship Student Name : M.V.K. Rahul Registration No. : 21P35A0312 Term of Internship : From: To: Date of Evaluation : Organisation Name & Address : Aditya College of Engineering & Technology, ADB road, Surampalem, Peddapuram Mandal , Kakinada Dist., Andhra Pradesh Please rate your performance in the following areas: Rating Scale: Letter grade of CGPA calculation to be provided 1 Oral communication 1 2 3 4 5 2 Written communication 1 2 3 4 5 3 Proactiveness 1 2 3 4 5 4 Interaction ability with community 1 2 3 4 5 5 Positive Attitude 1 2 3 4 5 6 Self-confidence 1 2 3 4 5 7 Ability to learn 1 2 3 4 5 8 Work Plan and organization 1 2 3 4 5 9 Professionalism 1 2 3 4 5 10 Creativity 1 2 3 4 5 11 Quality of work done 1 2 3 4 5 12 Time Management 1 2 3 4 5 13 Understanding the Community 1 2 3 4 5 14 Achievement of Desired Outcomes 1 2 3 4 5 15 OVERALL PERFORMANCE 1 2 3 4 5 Date: Signature of the Student
  • 55. Evaluation by the Supervisor of the Intern Organization Please rate the student’s performance in the following areas: Please note that your evaluation shall be done independent of the student’s self- evaluation Rating Scale: 1 is lowest and 5 is highest rank 1 Oral communication 1 2 3 4 5 2 Written communication 1 2 3 4 5 3 Proactiveness 1 2 3 4 5 4 Interaction ability with community 1 2 3 4 5 5 Positive Attitude 1 2 3 4 5 6 Self-confidence 1 2 3 4 5 7 Ability to learn 1 2 3 4 5 8 Work Plan and organization 1 2 3 4 5 9 Professionalism 1 2 3 4 5 10 Creativity 1 2 3 4 5 11 Quality of work done 1 2 3 4 5 12 Time Management 1 2 3 4 5 13 Understanding the Community 1 2 3 4 5 14 Achievement of Desired Outcomes 1 2 3 4 5 15 OVERALL PERFORMANCE 1 2 3 4 5 Date: Signature of the Supervisor Student Name: M.V.K. Rahul Registration No: 21P35A0312 Term of Internship: From: Date Of Evaluation: Organization Name & Address : Name & Address of the Supervisor with Mobile Number: To:
  • 56. INTERNAL ASSESSMENT STATEMENT Name Of the Student: Programme of Study: Year of Study: Group: Register No/H.T. No: Name of the College: University: Sl.No Evaluation Criterion Maximum Marks Marks Awarded 1. Activity Log 25 2. Internship Evaluation 50 3. Oral Presentation 25 GRAND TOTAL 100 Date: Signature of the Faculty Guide Certified by Date: Signature of the Head of the Department