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1st to 4th Sem Curriculum (VM)

1st to 4th Sem Curriculum (VM)

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FIRST

SEMESTER

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : FIRST

Subject Title : COMMUNICATION SKILLS Subject Code : 9005 Teaching and examination scheme: Teaching Scheme TH 02 TU -PR 02 PAPER 03 TH 80 Examination Scheme TEST 20 OR 25# TW 25@ TOTAL 150

RATIONALE: The Students have been already been exposed to the Language Skills pertaining to English, leading to a better understanding of English & use of grammar, developing a base for the language. Now with a view to achieve some mastery over the language & to develop Communication Skills, which is the main objective of this subject, the basic concepts of communication, Non-verbal and written skills have been Introduced. OBJECTIVES: The Students will be able to: 1) Understand and use the basic concepts of communication and principles of effective communication in an organized set up and social context 2) Give a positive feedback in various situations, to use appropriate body language & to avoid barriers for effective communication 3) Write the various types of letters, reports and office drafting with the appropriate format

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Learning Structure:

Applications

To enable the students to communicate effectively by using the concept of communication, appropriate non-verbal and writing skills

Procedures

Principle of comprehending the basics of communication

Principles of appropriation and contextualization of the use of body language

Principle of drafting coherent, logical & simple sentences.

Principles

Techniques of communicating in organizational and social context

Principles governing the appropriate use of non-verbal skills

Techniques of effective writing

Concepts

Concept of formal, Concept of body informal, verbal, non- language verbal types of communication

Designing the message

Facts Theory of communication Theory of non-verbal skills ( Body language) Formats of letters, Reports, office drafting

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Contents: Theory Chapter 01 Name of the Topic Hours 04 Introduction to communication: 1.1 Definition , communication cycle/ process, 1.2 The elements of communication : sender- message – channelReceiver –Feedback & Context. 1.3 Definition of communication process. 1.4 Stages in the process : defining the context, knowing the audience, designing the message, encoding , selecting proper channels, transmitting, receiving, decoding and giving feedback. Types of communication Formal- Informal, Verbal- Nonverbal, Vertical- horizontaldiagonal Principles of effective communication: 3.1 Definition of effective communication 3.2 Communication barriers & how to overcome them. 3.3 Developing effective messages: Thinking about purpose, knowing the audience, structuring the message, selecting proper channels, minimizing barriers & facilitating feedback. Non verbal- graphic communication: 4.1 Non- verbal codes: A- Kinesecs , B- Proxemics , C – Haptics D-Vocalics , E- Physical appearance. F -Chronemics , G –Artifacts Marks: 08 4.2 Aspects of body language Marks: 06 4.3 Interpreting visuals & illustrating with visuals like tables, charts & graphs. Marks: 08 Formal written skills : 5.1 Office Drafting : Circular, Notice , and Memo. Marks: 06 5.2 Job Application with resume. Marks: 08 5.3 Business correspondence : Enquiry, Order letter, Complaint letter, and Adjustment letter. Marks: 06 5.4 Report writing : Accident report, fall in production, Progress / Investigative. Marks: 08 5.5 Defining & describing objects & giving Marks: 04 Instructions. Total 04 Marks 08

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Assignments: 1. Communication Cycle (With The Help Of Diagram) 2. Communication Situations (List Of 5 Communication situations stating the type of communication 3. Barriers That Hinder A Particular Communication Situation. (State the type of barrier, and how to overcome them).
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4. Developing A Story Or A Paragraph For The Given Topic Sentence.(in a group of 5 – 6 students) 5. Describing Various Equipments. 6. Identifying The Various Sentences With Their Type Of Writing. (e.g. Scientific, legal, colloquial etc.) 7. Business Letters 8. Letters Of Suggestion 9. Comparative Time Table Of 2 Students 10. Description Of Two Different Persons.(seeing the picture) 11. Letter To The Librarian, Principal 12. Report Writing. NOTE: The above assignments are suggested to be completed in the prescribed work-book.

Learning Resources: Books: Sr. No. 01 02 03 Author Krushna Mohan, Meera Banerji Joyeeta Bhattacharya Jayakaran Title Developing Communication Skills Communication Skills Every ones guide to effective writing Publisher Macmillan Reliable Series Apple publishing

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : FIRST

Subject Title : ENGINEERING DRAWING Subject Code : 10101 Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme
TH TU PR PAPER HRS. 4

Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks
TH 80 TEST PR -OR TW

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RATIONALE: In this subject student is introduced to the language of engineers that is drawing to learn the lines, projection of solids and sectional views, orthographic projections, isometric projection which is useful to work and to do production on machine. It contains drawing reading and different symbols to learn limit, fit, tolerances of work and production drawings, reading is also important. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to: 1) Draw layout of drawing sheet and application of lines. 2) Draw geometrical construction using drawing instrument. 3) Draw by arc method drawing different shapes of jobs. 4) Draw free hand sketches of different shapes. 5) Know & draw orthographic projection of machine parts III & I angle. 6) Know & draw isometric projection of machine parts. 7) Find the missing lines and views. 8) Do development of surfaces. 9) Draw full and half sectional views of machine parts. 10) Draw different conventions and symbol used in drawing, abbreviations used in Engineering Drawing. 11) Do blue print reading of machine parts DETAILED CONTENTS Chapter Contents 1 INTRODUCTION OF DRAWING Use of different drawing instruments, equipments & Drafting Techniques, Types of letters, conventions of line, Scales;

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CURVES & TANGENTIAL EXERCISES To draw an ellipse by 1. Arcs or circle method 2. Concentric circle Method 3. Rectangle / oblong method; to draw a parabola by1. Dircetrix focus method 2. Rectangle method; To draw hyperbola 1. Transverse axis and focus Method 2. Passing Through a given point; To draw an Involucel of 1. A polygon (up to Hexagon) 2. A circle.; To draw a cycloid, epic cycloid & hypocycloid. ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTIONS Introduction to orthographic projections, first and third angle Method of projection, conversion of simple pictorial view into Orthographic view Dimensioning technique. SECTIONAL VIEWS Conversion of given pictorial view into sectional orthographic views. ORTHOGRAPHIC VIEWS Isometric scale and views of simple objects; isometric views of Rectangular, cylindrical objects and Representations of slots on Sloping faces.

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PROJECTIONS OF LINES Projections of solids- prism, prism, cone, cylinder, Tetrahedron; axis Inclined to one reference plane only.

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SECTION OF SOLIDS

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Sections of the solids-prism, pyramid, cone, cylinder, Solids resting on their bases on the Ground Section plane is inclined to one Reference plane and perpendicular to other CONVENTIONAL REPRESENTATION Introduction; Conventional Representation of Material; Conventional breaks, Machine components such as splinted shaft; bearings, slotted heads, raced & pinion, Internal & External Threading, Springs, Gears, Pipe fitting & pipe joint, Welded joint.

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LIMIT FITS & TOLERANCES Process Tolerance, Machining symbol, Induction of machining Symbol, Indication of surface roughness characteristics, symbol for direction of lay; Induction of machine allowance, position of Specification of surface roughness, Indication of drawing, Introduction of dimensional; Tolerances Element of Interchangeable system, Tolerance; Fundamental tolerance, Calculation of limit size, Method of specifying dimensions of fit, limit & Tolerance, Geometrical Tolerance, form tolerance, Position Tolerance, Indication of Geometrical Tolerance ; types of geometrical Tolerance. PRODUCTION DRAWING. Introduction, need, scope; Production drawing procedure, Production drawing for, Nut & Bolt, Spur gear, Fly – cotter joint Wheel, V belt pulley. TOTAL

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32 80 PRACTICAL 1. Practice: Layout of drawing sheet Types of lines – Thickness, shade of lines and its General applications. Practice: Draw type of lines as per IS-70714-1983 Type of Angle, Triangles and their types. Dimensioning- Types of dimension, elements of dimensions, Methods of indicating Values, Arrangement and indication of dimensions. Place dimensions in the drawing by aligned system and unidirectional system, Give dimension to the given drawing by following dimensioning principles as per BIS Method of dimension common features Geometrical construction using drawing instruments-Lines, Angles, patterns, Circle, Arc, Tangents, Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Regular Polygons. Different type of Tapers, Related Exercise on this topic. Practice: Construct square, rectangle, parallelogram, rhombus, trapezium and quadrilateral (WORKBOOK) 2 a. Practice: Draw a regular pentagon by circum scribing & inscribing b Practice: Draw a regular hexagon by arc method c Practice: Draw a regular pentagon, octagon and various types of tapers( a,b,c DRAWING SHEET NO 1) 3. Free hand sketching of straight lines, rectangular, circles, squares, Polygons, ellipse. (WORKBOOK) 4. Practice: Prepare proportionate free hand sketches of plane Figures (WORKBOOK) 5. Practice: Sketch horizontal, vertical and inclined line by free hand ,Draw circles by free hand using square and radial line method, Draw arcs and ellipse by free hand. (WORKBOOK), Orthographic projection I and III angle – Simple machine elements, Procedure for preparing a scale drawing. 6. Practice: Draw a plan, elevation and side view of prism and cylinder, cone and pyramids (DRAWING SHEET NO. 2)
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7. Practice: Draw 1st angle and 3rd angle projection (i) Front View (ii) Top view and (iii) side view of object having stepped blocks with curved surfaces – simple machine elements. (DRAWING SHEET NO 3) Drawing Isometric views out of orthographic views – Simple Machine Elements 8. Practice: Construct an isometric scales to a given length(WORKBOOK), 9. Practice: Draw the isometric projection of cube, hexagonal prism, cylinder and cone (WORKBOOK), 10. Practice: Draw the isometric view of the objects/blocks with curved surfaces. (DRAWING SHEET NO 4) Missing lines and views. 11. a) Practice: Visualize the shape of the object from the given two views and add the third views – simple machine elements b) Practice: Identify the lines missed in multi views and supply them. Identify at least five shapes satisfying a given view. c). Identify the third view for the given two views of similar in shapes and size. (a,b,c DRAWING SHEET NO 5) Development of regular objects bounded by plane surfaces-cube, prisms, cylinder and cones. 12. a) Practice: Draw the development of surfaces of a cube and prism b) Practice: Draw the development of surfaces of a cylinder and cones Explanations of full – sectional view, half-sectional view, aligned sections. (a,b DRAWING SHEET NO 6) 13. Practice: Draw full and half sectional view of simple machine elements. (DRAWING SHEET NO 7) Conventions and symbols used in drawing, Abbreviations used in engineering drawing, surface finish symbols, Welding symbols and Annotations. 14. Practice: Draw surface finish symbols, Welding symbols and Annotations. Machining symbol, Induction of machining Symbol, Indication of surface roughness characteristics, symbol for direction of lay; Induction of machine allowance, position of Specification of surface roughness, Indication of drawing, (WORKBOOK), Blue print reading of various Engineering drawing and Machine drawing. 15. Practice: Blue print reading of Engineering Drawings and Machine drawing. Introduction to free hand sketching of machine parts. Tracing and printing of drawing. Introduction to Auto CAD, 3D modeling concept. 16. Practice: Draw the elevation, plan and the side view of Nut & Bolt, Spur gear, and Fly – cotter joint Wheel, V belt pulley. ( 15,16 WORKBOOK), Term work / oral Term work to be submitted contains, 1) Work Book 2) Drawing sheets 3) Sketches

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References Sr. No. Author Title Elements of Engineering Drawing Publisher and address Charotar publishing house,opposite Amul dairy, court road Anand India

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N.D.Bhatt

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N.D.Bhatt

Charotar publishing house,opposite Machine Drawing Amul dairy, court road Anand India

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : FIRST

Subject Title : MATERIAL SCIENCE Subject Code : 10102 Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme
TH 2 TU -PR 2 PAPER HRS. 3

Examination Scheme And Maximum Marks
TH 80 TEST 20 PR 25# OR -TW 25@

RATIONALE: - In this subject student will learn the different types of alloys, metals, their crystal structures as well as different properties of material with electrical, mechanical, thermal, and magnetic also learn effect of heat treatment of materials. This subject knowledge is essential to machinist. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to know: • The Mechanical properties of material. • The electrical properties of conductor’s. • The effect of heat treatment on different materials. • To perform tensile test & hardness test DETAILED CONTENTS Chapter Contents • • • • • • • • • Hrs Marks

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Fundamental of material
Introduction of metals and non metals Structure of metal Formation of grain Imperfection in crystals Deformation in metal and change in properties Fracture Equilibrium diagram Iron carbon equilibrium diagram Time temperature transformation diagrams

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Ferrous metals and alloys

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Pig iron and cast iron Effect of chemical elements on iron Steel and steel making process Classification of steel and its application • Alloy steel and special alloy steel

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Non Ferrous metals and alloys
Introduction to non ferrous alloys • Aluminium and its alloys • Copper and its alloys • Lead and its alloys • Nickel and its alloys • Alloys for high temperature service • Metal for nuclear energy

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Crystal Structures
• • • • • • Fundamental concept Unit Cells Metallic crystal structures FCC Structure BCC Structure HCP Structure • Weld ability • Mechanical properties of Metal Elasticity, ductility, malleability, brittleness, toughness, Stress strain behavior, Elastic limit, hooks Law, UTS, poisons ratio, factor of safety, hardness and hardness tests shear strength, resistance. • Electrical properties of Metal Electrical conductivity, resistivity, electrical Characteristic of commercial alloys • Thermal properties of metal Heat capacity, thermal expansion, thermal Conductivity, thermal stress • Magnetic Properties of metal Basic concepts, dimagnetism and Para magnetism, ferromagnetism, influence of temperature on magnetic behavior, domain and hystersis, soft and hard magnetic material.

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Properties of Metal

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Heat Treatment of material
Normalizing Hardening Quenching and tempering Annealing Stress Relieving Case carburizing and case hardening. Toughening

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Weld ability of Metal definition and concept Effect of alloying elements on weld ability Purpose and types of weld ability tests

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cracking phenomena in steel
• • • • 8 • • • Cold crack due to hydrogen Hydrogen cracking Measurement and control of hydrogen in the deposited weld metal Cracking mechanism in the weld metal and HAZ Weld decay Lamellar tearing Hot cracking Reheat cracking

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PRACTICAL 1. Take the tensile test of M.S. specimen & Draw stress strain diagram, yield pts. 2. Study the mechanical properties like Elasticity, ductility, malleability, Brittleness, toughness of Different materials – M.S., C.S. Bronze, Copper, Aluminum 3 Hardness test • Brinnel Hardness test • Rockwell hardness test 4. Study the Electrical Properties of some conductors (conductivity, Resistively) Aluminum, Copper, Brass, Tungsten 5. Study the effect of heat treatment on materials like plain carbon steel. ,Nickel, Copper. Normalizing, Hardening, Quenching & Tempering Anne ling, Stress Reliving, Case Hardening, Toughing For Different Material’s Term work / oral Term work to be submitted along the jobs, should contains the following 2) Work Book 2) Job drawing 3) Sketches of used tools

Student has to compile the assignment & Journal & should present for oral. References Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 M. N. Uppal V. P. Mehta Banswal, Mahajan and Mehta Hazra Choudhary A Text - book of ngineering Chemistry A Text book polytechnic Chemistry of Author Title Publisher address and

A Text - book of,Applied Chemistry Elements,of technology workshop

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : FIRST

Subject Title : ELEMENTS OF MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY Subject Code : 10113 Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme
TH 2 TU -PR --

Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks
PAPER HRS. 3 TH 80 TEST 20 PR -OR -TW --

RATIONALE: - In this subject student will learn and practically doing the different types of work in workshop, which is useful to multiskill, work in industry and basic knowledge of workshop and different types of machines. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to: 1) Know different bench instruments. 2) Know Sheet metal hand tools. 3) Know Methods of producing screw threads & Plumber tools. 4) Know Product of powder metallurgy. 5) Know carpentry work & welding technology. 6) Know metal cutting processes Turning & milling. DETAILED CONTENTS

Chapter

Contents
Bench work and fitting Introduction- Vices – Hammers- ChiselsChipping- Files- Filling- Scrapper-Scraping-Grinding and Polishing- Hacksaw sawing- Marking tools – Surface plateScriber – Punch- V block- Angle plate- Try square –Marking out – Drill- Drilling- Reamer- Reaming- Taps- Tap drill size-Tapping – Dies and stock- Dieing. Sheet Metal Work Introduction – Metal used in sheet metal workSheet metal hand tools- Sheet metal operation-Sheet metal jointHems and Sems – Sheet metal allowance- Sheet Metal working machine-Laying out a pattern Plumbing, Threading, Fasteners & joints Plumbing- Specifications of pipes- Material used for pipes-Pipe fitting & Joints-Taps & valves –Plumber tools – Threaded fasteners- screw threads and their uses- Indian standard threads-Cap screw and machine screw-Set screw- Methods of producing screw threads- Bolts- Studs- Forms of nuts- Riveting joints.

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Powder Metallurgy Introduction- Process Description- Manufacture of metal powder- Blending of powders- competing profiteering- Sintering-Secondary operation –ISO Static pressing –Product of powder metallurgy-Advantages of process –Disadvantages and limitation-Design considerations. Smithy and Forging Maintenance and application of smith health-AnvilSwage block-Tongs-Hammer-Flatters-Measuring tools e.g.-Try square- Steel rules-Calipers-Operations e.g. up setting- drawing down-bending setting- forge welding. Carpentry Maintenance and application of planes- ChiselsWood turning tools- Hammers and mallets-Saws- Carpenters viceMeasuring tools- Try squares –Bevel Square- Carpenter’s ruleMarking gauge- Mortise gauge- Circular saw and bend sawDifferent types of joints of their uses. Welding Technology Introduction to different welding processes, like gas Welding, ARC welding TIG, MIG, submerged arc welding, spot Welding, electrodes etc. Brazing methods & application, Knowledge of welding skills. Metal Cutting Process Turning Introduction; Function of lathe; Types of lathe; The size of lathe Descriptions &function of lathe parts, The bed; The headstock, Tailstock or loose headstock; Carriage; Feed mechanism. Thread cutting mechanism. Lathe accessories and attachments. Lathe operation Centering, Turing, Tapers and taper turning, Eccentric turning, Chamfering, Thread cutting, Facing, Knurling, Filing, Polishing, Grooving, Spinning, Spring winding, Forming, Drilling, Reaming Boring, Internal thread cutting, Tapping, Undercutting, Parting off, Milling, Grinding. Cutting tools. Forged tool. Brazed tipped tool Mechanically fastened tipped tool. Solid tool Tool bit and tool holders. Influence of tool angles. Influence of tool height of tool angle. Types of tools, cutting speed Feed, Depth of cut, Machining time. Cutting tool signature. DRILLING Introduction Types of drilling machine, Portable drilling machine, Sensitive drilling machine. Upright drilling machine, Radial Drilling Machine; Gang drilling machine, Multiple spindle drilling machine Automatic drilling machine, Deep hole drilling machine; The size of a drilling machine, Upright drilling machine parts. Radial drilling machine parts, Work holding devices, Tool holding devices, Drilling machine operation, Drilling machine tools. Twist drill nomenclature. Drill size Designation of drill material Reamer, reamer nomenclatures. Counter bore, Countersinks and spot face, Taps. Tap nomenclatures. Cutting speed Feed, Depth of cut, Machining time in drilling TOTAL

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References Sr. No. 1

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Title Elements of workshop technology Vol I Mechanical Technology

Publisher and address Media promoters & Publisher pvt. Ltd. Vrinda publication

S.K.Hajra Choudhary

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Mahajan

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : FIRST

Subject Title : WORKSHOP PRACTICAL-I (COMMON TO VM, VT, VA , VF) Subject Code : Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme
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RATIONALE: - In this practical subject student will do the practical work with his own hand and get some important skills like drill sharpening, filing, sawing, keyway slotting, tapping, reaming, dressing the grinding wheel. This skill will develop the confidence of machinist in the field of work. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to: Fitting (hands on) 1) Filing flat surfaces by files and checking it by try square, filing types. 2) Cleaning of file and chipping skill to be developed. 3) Hacksaw blade fixing with correct tension, job setting in jaws for sawing. 4) Filing ‘v’ grooves and complex profile by file and check it by profile gauge. 5) Radius filing and check with radius gauge. 6) Drilling and tapping of blind holes. Basic workshop practice. 1) Turning of lathe m/c step, radius and with form tool. 2) Grinding different cutting tools on grinder. 3) Drilling and boring skills on drilling and boring m/c’s. 4) Dressing the grinding wheels. 5) Planning various shape blocks on planning m/c’s. 6) Shaping plane surface on shaping m/c’s. 7) Slotting internal groove on slotting m/c’s. 8) Safety in welding work and simple welding joint.

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DETAILED CONTENTS

Chapter Contents
Fitting 01 Filing Flat surfaces: Checking flatness and square ness using a try square – Types of filing – Cleaning files. 02 Chipping: Hints on chipping 03 Hack sawing: Selection of blades for different metal sectionsFix hack sawing the material for the job blades maintaining Correct tension and direction – Hack sawing Filing ‘V groove and complex profile by file. 04 Filing radius –check with radius gauge 05 Check profile with profile gauges. 06 Drill plate, Drilling, counter sinking, counter boring. Operations on job 07 Drilling and Tapping: Internal threading of holes by using hand taps – determine the tap drill size, drilling, counter- sinking and tapping – precautions with tapping a blind hole. 08 External thread cutting using die. Basic Workshop Practice 1. Step turning and Radius forming: Free hand form turning – by using form tool. 2. Grinding a parting tool with an end cutting edge angle 3. Grinding an undercutting tool for thread cutting 4. Drilling and Boring-Use of inside caliper and outside Micrometer for bore measurement. 5. Grinding a twist drill 6. Dressing and truing the wheel – Re sharpening a twist drill Testing a re sharpening twist drill for its performance. Drilling and reaming: by hand-Method of checking the bore with a plug gauge. 7. Drilling and step Boring: Boring blind hole with a boring tool Term work / oral Term work to be submitted along with the jobs, should contains the following 1) Work Book 2)Job drawing 3)Sketches of used tools Student has to compile the assignment & Journal & should present with term. work. *---Practical examination shall be of 6 hrs. duration & student has to do any one job on the above mention basic workshop practice. The job drawing is to be given by external examiner in consultation with internal examiner.
SR. NO 1 JOB DESCRIPTION FITTING JOB MATERIAL & SIZE MILD STEEL FLAT ANY SIZE M.S. BAR ROUND PROCESS FITTING, DRILLING, TAPPING,V GROOVE. PLAIN, TAPER, STEP ,THREAD.(INTERNAL / EXTERNAL.) FACE MILLING, SLOT MILLING. +/- 0.1 m.m. ACCURACY +/- 0.1 m.m.

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References Sr. No. 1 2 Author S.K.Hajra Choudhary Mahajan Title Elements of workshop technology Vol I & II Mechanical Technology Publisher and address Media promoters & Publisher pvt. Ltd. Vrinda publication

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : FIRST

Subject Title : COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS Subject Code : Teaching and Examination Scheme:
Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme PR 4 TH -TEST -PR 50* # OR TW 25@ TOTAL 75

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* On line examination RATIONALE:
Computer plays an important role in human lives. The primary purpose of using a computer is to make life easier. It is a gateway to a wonderful world of information and various applications. Computers have established an indispensable part in a business, academics, defense, budgeting, research, engineering, medicine, space. This subject introduces the fundamentals of computer system focusing various hardware and software components. It also provides biblical worldview regarding computer ethics by means of Internet.

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Students will be able to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Understand a computer system that has hardware and software components, which controls and makes them useful. Understand the operating system as the interface to the computer system. Use the basic functions of an operating system. Set the parameter required for effective use of hardware combined with and application software’s Compare major OS like Linux and MS-Windows Use file mangers, word processors, spreadsheets, presentation software’s and Internet. Have hands on experience on operating system and different application software Use the Internet to send mail and surf the World Wide Web.

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Learning Structure:

Application

Preparing various office documents Internet surfing, Familiarize with various hardware components, application of computer system in various domains

Understanding basic principles of computer system and hardware components Principles

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Understand the hardware & software components

Window components and selection techniques

Preparing &manipulating Documents with Word, spreadsheets, and presentations

Internet browsing & surfing

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Information, Basic hardware Components, Peripheral Devices

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CONTENTS: Theory Note: Contents of theory are to be taught in Practical Period
Chapter 1 Fundamentals Of Computer Introduction Components of PC The system Unit Front part of system Unit Back part of system Unit CPU Memory of computer Monitor Mouse, Keyboard Disk, Printer, Scanner, Modem, Video, Sound cards, Speakers 2 Introduction To Windows 2000/Xp/Latest O.S. Working with window Desktop Components of window Menu bar option Starting window Getting familiar with desktop Moving from one window to another Reverting windows to its previous size Opening task bar buttons into a windows Creating shortcut of program Quitting windows GUI Based Editing, Spreadsheets, Tables & Presentation Application Using MS Office 2000 & Open Office.Org Menus Opening, menus, Toolbars, standard toolbars, formatting toolbars & closing Quitting Document ,Editing & designing your document Spreadsheets Working & Manipulating data with Excel Changing the layout Working with simple graphs Presentation Working With PowerPoint and Presentation Introduction To Internet What is Internet Equipment Required for Internet connection Sending &receiving Emails Browsing the WWW Creating own Email Account Internet chatting Usage of Computer System in various Domains Computer application in Offices, books publication data analysis ,accounting , investment, inventory control, graphics, database management, Instrumentation, Airline and railway ticket reservation, robotics, artificial intelligence, military, banks, design and research work, real-time, point of sale terminals, financial transaction terminals. Name of the Topic

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Name of the Topic Information technology for benefits of community Impact of computer on society Social responsibilities Applications of IT Impact of IT Ethics and information technology Future with information technology

Sr.No 1. List of Practicals Working with Windows 2000 (Or latest O.S.) Desktop, start icon, taskbar, Recycle Bin, My Computer icon, The Recycle Bin and deleted files Creating shortcuts on the desktop The Windows 2000 accessories WordPad – editing an existing document Use of Paint – drawing tools The Calculator, Clock The Windows Explorer window, concept of drives, folders and files? Folder selection techniques, Switching drives, Folder creation Moving or copying files, Renaming, Deleting files ,and folders Printing Installing a printer driver Setting up a printer Default and installed printers Controlling print queues Viewing installed fonts The clipboard and ‘drag and drop’ Basic clipboard concepts Linking vs. embedding Moving through a Word document menu bar and drop down menus toolbars Entering text into a Word 2000 document, selection techniques Deleting text Font formatting keyboard shortcuts * Paragraph formatting Bullets and numbering * Page formatting What is page formatting? Page margins Page size and orientation Page breaks, Headers and footers Introducing tables and columns Printing within Word 2000 Print setup Printing options Print preview * Development of application using mail merge Mail merging addresses for envelopes Printing an addressed envelope and letter Creating and using macros in a document * Creating and opening workbooks Entering data Navigating in the worksheet Selecting items within Excel 2000 Inserting and deleting cells, rows and column Moving between worksheets, saving worksheet, workbook Formatting and customizing data Formulas, functions and named ranges Creating, manipulating & changing the chart type 23

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19. Printing, Page setup, Margins Sheet printing options, Printing a worksheet 20. * Preparing presentations with Microsoft Power Point. Slides and presentations, Opening an existing presentation , Saving a presentation 21. Using the AutoContent wizard ,Starting the AutoContent wizard Selecting a presentation type within the AutoContent wizard Presentation type Presentation titles, footers and slide number 22. * Creating a simple text slide Selecting a slide layout Manipulating slide information within normal and outline view Formatting and proofing text Pictures and backgrounds drawing toolbar AutoShapes Using clipart Selecting objects Grouping and un-grouping objects The format painter 23. * Creating and running a slide show Navigating through a slide show Slide show transitions Slide show timings Animation effects 24. * Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 & the Internet

Connecting to the Internet The Internet Explorer program window The on-line web tutorial Using hyper links
Responding to an email link on a web page

25. Searching the Internet Searching the web via Microsoft Internet Explorer Searching the Internet using Web Crawler Searching the Internet using Yahoo Commonly used search engines 26. Favorites, security & customizing Explorer Organizing Favorite web sites Customizing options – general, security, contents, connection, programs, advanced 27. * Using the Address Book Adding a new contact Creating a mailing group
Addressing a message

Finding an e-mail address 28. Using electronic mail Starting Outlook Express Using the Outlook Express window Changing the window layout Reading file attachment Taking action on message-deleting, forwarding, replying 29. * Email & newsgroups Creating and sending emails Attached files Receiving emails Locating and subscribing to newsgroups Posting a message to a newsgroup
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30. Chatting on internet Understating Microsoft chat environment Chat toolbar
Note : Term work will include printout of Exercises of practicals marked with asterisks ( * )

Learning Resources: Books: Sr. No. 01 02 Author Vikas Gupta Henry Lucas Title Comdex Computer Course Kit Information Technology for management Computer Fundamentals Architecture and Organisation Publisher Dreamtech Tata Mc-Graw Hills

03

B.Ram

New Age International Publisher

Tools & Equipments for Computer lab ( 500sq ft)
Sr.No. 1 Item Desk Top personnel Computer – Intel Pentium IV –CPU, 17” LCD Monitor, USB PORTS, 52 x DVD COMBO drive & window xp with latest Professional operating system Computer Tables Computer Chairs Internet Connectivity Laptop latest LCD Projector latest White Board with Magnetic base Teachers table & chairs Steel cupboard big size Steel cupboard small size Split A/c 2 tones Printer laser jet latest model Scanner Xerox machine Qty 13

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : SECOND

Subject Title : ELEMENTS OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY Subject Code : 10104 Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme
TH 2 TU -PR 2 PAPER HRS. 3

Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks
TH 80 TEST 20 PR -OR --TW 50@ TOTAL 150

RATIONALE: - In this subject student will learn and do some practical by his own hands in electrical and electronic equipment & safety measure are required to work with electrical and electronics. Learn principles of resistance, voltage, current. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to: 1) Use of safety equipments in electrical and electronic work. 2) Use of hand tools. 3) Know Joining of single and multi start conductor and bare conductor. 4) Do Soldering practice of various conductors. 5) Know Crimping of various wires. 6) Use of multi meter- measurement of current voltage and resistance. 7) Use of tong tester and megger & its measurement. 8) Know Connection & need of DOL starter and star delta starter. 9) Know Necessity of earthing & its connection. 10) Know Circuit concept & connection of half wave rectifier. 11) Know Circuit concept & connection of full wave rectifier. 12) Know Circuit concept & connection of bridge wave rectifier. 13) Know Basic concept of using PLC in automation.

Electrical Technology
Chapter 1 2 Contents

DETAILED CONTENTS Hrs 1 2 Marks 4 5

Importance of Safety- Description, care and Maintenance. Wires and cables – Conductors, Insulator, and Semiconductors Soldering PCB and its uses. Different fluxes for different metals, Crimping & Joining. Importance of preventive maintenance & routine tests. Earthling and it’s importance. Resistance, Voltage and Current .5.1 Open circuits and short circuits- Ohm’s law –

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5.2 Voltage drop- Series and parallel circuits, power and energy relation Electrical measuring Instrument- Multimeters 6.1 Common electrical accessories used in industries. 6.2 Bus bar, Relay, contactors, Circuits Breaker etc. 6.3 Fuses and it’s rating – material used. Industrial principles- electro- magnetic – Faraday’s Laws. Single phase & Poly phase system 3 phase star delta connection. Principle, Application of A/C motors, compounds motor – AC motors, Stepper Motor, Servomotor. Transformer and its application. AC Motor starting with DOL starter and star – star Delta starter.

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Demonstration of use of Safety equipments and artificial respiration. Use of hand tools. 1. Joining Practice with single and multi-stand conductors of different wires. 2. Joining practice of bare conductors, Soldering Practice on Printed circuit boardsDemonstration & practice on soldering the Aluminum conductor, cable joints. 3. Use of Aluminum flux and Alco ‘P’ solder. Demonstration and practice of crimping of various wires 4. Making of a simple circuit with a lamp and battery Study and use of Multimeters – measurement of current, voltage, resistance in DC/AC circuits 5. Demonstration & verification of ohm’s law-Series circuits- Parallel circuits, Demonstration & Practice on connecting & replacement of common electrical accessories in circuits – Use of tong tester and mugger. 6. Simple wiring practice with distribution boards, Junction Boxes, Main Switches two way and intermediate Switches. Identification of different parts of DC generators- testing and measuring the field and Armature resistances Identification of different parts of AC Motors – Testing and measurement on Induction motors – Demonstration on Alternators. Identification and testing of transformers. Grouping & testing of cells for a specified voltage & current – Preparation of battery charging. Identification of different type of capacitors – Testing of capacitorsIdentification and Testing of assorted diodes, PNP/NPN Transistors – Uni – junction Transistor Field effect Transistor & Silicon Controlled Rectifier ICs etc. – Demonstration or Rectifiers – Identification of ICs Checking Earthing, Checking resistance, voltage and current.

Wiring of DOL starter and star delta starter.

Electronic Technology

DETAILED CONTENTS

Chapter Contents Fundamentals of electron theory –semiconductor devices 1 2 3
Half wave, Full wave and Bridge rectifier with filters, DC Power supply.

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PCB and PLC controls. Dedicated PLC and programmable PLC.Logic controls NR1

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Practical 1) Practical on half wave rectifier. 2) Practical on full wave rectifier 3) Practical on bridge wave rectifier 4) Practical on PLC controlled by using electrical accessories
Term work / oral Term work to be submitted along the jobs, should contains the following 1) Work Book 2) Job drawing 3) Sketches of used tools Student has to compile the assignment & Journal & should present with term. work.. References Author V.N. Mittle B.L. Theraja A.K. Sawhney

Title Basic electrical Engineering Electrical Technology Vol-1 & 2 A course in Electrical & Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation Hughes Electrical Technology

Edition 4th 22nd 11th

Year of Publication 1994 1999 1999

Publisher & Address Tata McGraw Hills, Publ. Ltd. N. Delhi S. Chand & Company, N.Delhi Dhanpat and Co. (Pvt.) Ltd., N. Delhi

Edward Hughes

5th

1997

E.L.B.S. Singapore

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : SECOND

Subject Title : MANUFACTURING PROCESSES-I Subject Code : 10114 Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme
TH TU PR PAPER HRS. 3

Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks
TH 80 TEST PR OR TW

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RATIONALE: - In this subject student will learn and practically work on different types of manufacturing processes, machining processes, industrial safety and working procedure, selection of work process. These all processes are useful to his industrial life & his progress. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to: 1) Know different manufacturing processes. 2) Know types of production system. 3) Know types of layout. 4) Know foundry & forming processes. 5) Know different types of lathe machines, its parts & different operations on it. 6) Know different types of drilling & boring machines, its parts & different operations on it. 7) Know different types of shaper, planner machines, its parts & different operations on it. 8) Know different types of slotting, grinding machines, its parts & different operations on if. 9) Know different types of milling machines, its parts & different operations on it. 10) Know different types of jig & fixtures & its clampings.

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Chapter Contents
GENERAL INTRODUCTION Manufacturing processes, Classification of manufacturing processes; Types of production system; Plant layout; Objective of plant layout; Types of layout; Product design; Process selection; Industrial safety; Factories act and accidents. FOUNDRY Introduction; Advantages of casting; Process flow chart; Steps in casting Pattern, pattern materials, types, allowances; Molding sand, its characteristics, terminology, ingredients, composition preparation; Mould making its types, method, Molding hand tools; Core and Core making; foundry tools, Foundry blackings; Molding sand testing; Cleaning of castings; Heat treatment; Inspection of casting; Casting defects; Safety precaution;

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FORMING PROCESSES 1 Introduction; Extrusion; Cold drawing; Hot rolling, Stamping, Spinning, Casting Forging. BORING

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Introduction; Types of boring machine; Horizontal boring machine Parts of a horizontal; boring machine; Size of a horizontal boring machine; Boring machine mechanism. Boring machine mechanism, Work-holding devices for horizontal boring. Horizontal boring machine operations. Boring tool mountings for horizontal boring. Boring tool. Vertical boring machine operations. Vertical boring machine tools. Precision boring machine. Jog boring machine; Methods of locating holes in jig boring. Jig boring operations SHAPER 4 Introduction. Types of shapers. Principal parts. Shaper size; Shaper mechanism; Work holding devices. Shaper operations. Shaper tools; Cutting speed, feed and depth of cut; Machining time. PLANING

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Introduction; Types of planing machine. Size of a planer, Planing machine parts. Planer mechanism. Work holding devices. Planer operations. Planer tools. Cutting speed, feed and depth of cut Machining time. Shaper vs. planer. Safety on the planer. SLOTTING Introduction. Types of slotting machine; Slotter size; 4 Slotting machine parts; Work holding devices; Slotter operation; Slotter tools; Cutting speed, feed and depth of cut GRINDING

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Introduction; Kinds of grinding; Grinding machines floor-stand and bench grinders; Portable and flexible shaft grinders; Swing frame grinders; Abrasive belt grinders; Cylindrical center-type grinders; Centre less grinders; Internal grinders; Surface grinder Tool and cutter grinders; Special grinding machines; Size and capacities of grinders; Work holding devices and attachment 6; Principal grinding operations; Wet and dry grinding; Allowance and tolerance for grinding; The grinding wheel; Abrasives, Bonds and bonding processes; Grit, grade and structure of wheels; Wheel shapes and sizes; Mounted wheels; Standard marking system; Selection of grinding wheels; Mounting the grinding wheels; Glazing and loading in wheels; Dressing and truing grinding wheels; Balancing grinding wheels; Diamond wheels; Cutting speed and work speed; Feed; Depth of cut; Machining time in girding MILLING

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Introduction; Types of milling machine; Principal parts; Milling machine mechanism; Work holding devices; Cutter holding devices, Milling machine attachments; Milling cutters; Standard milling cutter; Elements of a plain milling cutter; Elements of a side milling cutter; Elements of a face milling cutter, Influence of tooth angles on cutter performance; Sharpening milling cutters; Milling cutter materials; Fundamentals of the milling processes; Milling machine operations; Cutting speed, feed and depth of cut ; Number of cutter teeth; Calculation of machining time; Safety measures in milling JIGS AND FIXTURES 4 Introduction; Principles of jigs and fixtures design; Component; The machine; Location; Methods of location; Loading and unloading; Clamping; Types of clamps; Power devices of clamping, Clearance in a jig fixture; Indexing arrangement; Tool guiding and cutter setting arrangement; Ful-proofing; Ejection; Swarf removal, Rigidity and vibration; Table fixing arrangement; Safety devices; Jig base, body or frame construction; Jig and fixture types. TOTAL 32 References Author Title Edition Year

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Sr. No.

Publisher and address Media promoters & Publisher pvt. Ltd. Vrinda publication

1

S.K.Hajra Choudhary

Elements of workshop technology Vol. I

First

1964

2

Mahajan

Mechanical Technology

Third

1989

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : SECOND

Subject Title : CAD/CAM-I Subject Code : Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme
TH TU PR PAPER HRS. --

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RATIONALE: - In this subject student will learn and practically work on computer and learn the basic things of computer, learn keys of computer key board, learn cad systems and its uses which is better for learners future also better for industrial future. Learn the NC machines, their keyboards and operating. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to:
1) Know & use Computer, Keyboard & software’s on computer as well as operating systems of computer.

2) Work on Auto Cad software & Draw Rectangle, Pentagon using line command with polar & Relative co-ordinate system. 3) Convert line & arcs with polylines. 4) Move the Drawing from one place to another place with Reference to base point. 5) Rotate the items at a point at different angles. 6) Sketch the Revolve solid. 7) Do 3D wire frame creation. 8) Familiarize with CNC m/c & its keyboard & knowledge of its specification. 9) Know & do CNC M/c Starting Procedure. 10) Know what is Absolute & incremental co-ordinate System. 11) Know all modes & its function’s on CNC m/c. 12) Do part programmes preparation & writing Script & editing in m/c. 13) Do offset correction in m/c. 14) Do different files transfer to cam

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DETAILED CONTENTS Chapter Contents 1 CAD System Types of manufacturing systems i) Continuous process industries. ii) Mass production 2 iii) Batch Evaluation of computer Aided Design (CAD) i) Types of Computers ii) Classification of Computers iii) Computer Codes. iv) Computer Hardware Product development through CAD i) Integration role of CAD Database. ii) Benefits and cost of CAD. v) Introduction to latest CAD version. CAD – Soft and Hard prototyping. i) Solid Modeling – Boolean operations. ii) CAD Files. iii) AutoCAD Design and development Environment i) Graphic workstations. ii) Description of Hardware of a workstation. iii) Major workstations.

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a) Sun Microsystems b) HP c) Silicon Graphics d) IBM Digital Equipment Corporations Modeling techniques General Specification of a Graphic workstation. Cad process planning

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CAM CAM Hardware
a) b) c) 8 CNC Machine tools. Robots Co-ordinate Measuring Machine. Principle of NC and Historical development. Types of CNC Machine tools. Programming of CNC Machine tools. i) Manual Programming ii) Computer aided part programming. iii) Geometrical Statement in APT.

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iv) Point-to-Point Programming. v) Programming a tool path. Flexible Manufacturing Systems.

Practical 1.1 Create AutoCAD shortcut at desktop, open AutoCAD, close AutoCAD, create user folder for AutoCAD files, 1.2 Draw a point using absolute co ordinate system, relative coordinate system, polar coordinate system, Set limits, zoom all, zoom window, zoom previous, zoom real-time. Use snap for drawing a line. 1.3 Draw a rectangle, pentagon, hexagon, star using line command with polar coordinate system and relative coordinate system. Draw circles of various dimensions by center radius, tangent method, 3point, 1.4 SCE, SER, SEA, SCA, SCL methods, Draw ellipse with major and minor axis length method, rotation method. Draw a tapered rod using polyline command. 1.5 Convert line and arcs into ploy lines. Create spline and fit 1.6 Curves using polyline edit options, Explode Ploylines. 1.7 Practice exercises on OSNAP snapping modes like endpoint, mid point, center of circle, and tangent, perpendicular quadrant of a circle with many example exercises. 1.8 Erase the entities created in the previous examples, using different types of selection like window, and single entity methods. Move the drawings created from one place to other with reference to a base point. Copy the entities using different reference and by a value. 2.1 Rotate the items at a point at different angles. 2.2 Create composite solids using Boolean addition, Subtraction And Intersection by Joining the primitives. Sketch revolved Solids like bottle, Cylinder, Pullies. 2.3 Create 3D wire frames, 3D surface meshes like box, cone, Dishes, Domes, Pyramids, Spheres, Domnuts, and wedges. Use D view, Points for different viewing enhancements. Use surf Tab. Taper a face, Remove a face. Take printouts of Solid Models, cad files etc. 3.1 Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications. 3.2 Machine starting & operating in Reference Point, JOG. 3.4 Co-ordinate system points, assignments and simulations. 3.5. Absolute and incremental programming assignments and Simulations. 4.1 Identifications of machine over travel limits and emergency stop. Work and tool setting CNC M/C Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution. Simple turning & Facing (step turning) 4.2 . Linear interpolation, assignments and simulations on software. Circular interpolation, assignment and simulations on soft ware. Work off set measurement and entry in CNC Control. Tool off set measurement and entry in the Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution CNC M/C. 5.1 Manual Data Input (MDI) mode operations and checking of zero offsets and tool offsets. Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic mode Execution Of CNC Machine Geometry and wear offset correction. Part program Preparation, Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution Term work / oral - Term work to be submitted along with the jobs, it should contain the following 1) Work Book 2) Job drawing 3) printout from CAM Student has to compile the assignment & Journal & should present with term. work..
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Practical examination shall be of four hours duration in which student has to draw a engineering drawing using AutoCAD. References
Sr. No. Author Title Publisher and address

1 2 3

Prof. R.B.Kelkar CAD/CAM and Vinayak Mule Automation Groover Radhakrishan. Subramanyan CAD / CAM

& Nishant prakashan

CAD / CAM / NewAge International publication,Pune CIM

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : SECOND

Subject Title : METROLOGY AND QUALITY CONTROL Subject Code : 10115 Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme
TH TU PR

Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks
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RATIONALE: - In this subject student will learn and do practical on linear measurement, angular measurement, angle gauges, limit gauges, comparators, which is useful for product accuracy and quality of the product. The safe equipment handling habit will be developed. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to: 1) Acquire Skill & Care of measuring instrument. 2) Find least count of measuring instrument. 3) Use vernier caliper, micrometer, Height gauge, Bevel Protector, Radius gauge, dial comparator. 4) Check cylindricity, Roundness, straightness, concentricity, ovality. 5) Do thread Measurement by Profile Projector & Thread Pitch micrometer. 6) Do surface Roughness Checking by Roughness Tester. 7) Plot X & R Bar Chart . 8) Do sampling inspection. 9) Measure machine square ness, flatness .

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Chapter Contents Metrology:- 1.1 Need of inspection 1
1.2 Concept of mass production ,Interchangeability and selective assembly.1.3Concept of precision ,accuracy, sensitivity, amplification, magnification, Sources of errors. Measurement.2.1 Measuring instrument and measurement: Principles of measurement, standards of measurement in national, International standard, Line STD, end std wave length STD. 2..1 Linear measurement concept principles. Construction & working of simple instrument like steel rule & vernier calipers, Vernier height gauge, surface plate, angle plate, Engineer’s square, radius / filler, screw pitch gauge, spirit level, Combination straight edge, Universal surface gauge, Micrometers, Internal & External micrometer, Micrometer depth gauge, slip gauges end bars, length bars-blocks 2.3 Concept of calibration – Construction & working of calibration Tester. Angular Measurements:

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3.1 Concept, Construction and working of universal bevel protractor. Spirit level, Sine bar, Sine centre, 3.2 Angle gauge, Angle Decker, Autocollimators.

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Limits fits and Gauges 4.1 Definition terminology Tailor’s principles IS- 919 -1963 (Limits, fits and Tolerances) Relation gauges .ISO system of limits and fits, plain plug gauge. IS 3484 -1966, plain ring gauge IS 3485 – 1972.Snap, Gauge IS 3477 – 1973

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Screw thread measurement Terminology of screw thread, Measurement of different elements:Major diameter, Minor diameter, Effective diameter, Pitch, Thread angle. Construction and working of following instruments to measure above parameters: - Floating carriage micrometer, Toolmaker’s micrometer. Optical profile projector. Pitch measuring machine. Screw thread micrometer. Tangent micrometer. Comparators Principles of operation of various types of comparator like mechanical, electrical, optical, pneumatic gauge low pressure & high pressure (Trial type working mechanism) Type Characteristic of good comparator. Relative advantage and disadvantages of various types of comparator. Study of dial indicator- types, construction and working details.

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Surface finish Importance of surface finish, for various types of applications Concept of primary texture and secondary texture (Roughness and waviness) Terminology as per IS , Direction of lay, C.L .A, Ra, R.M.S. Actual specimen of different machine components, e.g. Grinding , Lapping, milling, shaping, broaching. Machine tool Testing techniques Testing Techniques - Parallelism Testing between two planes, one stationary other moving axis of rotation and trajectory. Flatness testing by straightness testing techniques and by optical flats. Square ness testing – by dial indicator, optical square, Indicating method. Straightness testing by straight edge, spirit level, and autocollimators. Machine tool testing – alignment test to be carried out with lathe, drilling milling machine. STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL

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Introduction; Statistical tools for quality control; frequency Distribution; Control charts; inspection; Arrange outgoing quality limit (AOQL). TOTAL QUALITY CONTROL System & Procedure Problem solving & Fact finding tools- Stratify data - Check sheets, Histogram, Pareto diagram, Cause & effect diagram Scatter diagram, Control charts. Continues improvement, Process control - Voice of customer Difference between quality control & quality assurance

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1. Exercises on measurements using digital caliper- Dial type caliper2. External Micrometer covering outside measurements, Internal measurement Inside micrometer, depth Vernier caliper, Measurement of wall thickness of tubes etc., 3. Exercises on use of Height gauge (including digital), Depth Vernier Caliper, tube Micrometer, plunger dial gauges, lever dial gauges, bore dial gauges, Micrometer (3 leg) and Internal Micrometer (stick type), V-Block, Angle Plate, Straight edge, Bevel Protractor and combination set. 4. Exercises on the use of feeler gauge, screw pitch gauge Radius gauge. 5. Exercises on Slip Gauges with accessories for taking inside, outside, depth, height Measurement, marking and selection of slip gauge sets, material and grades as per IS2964 Exercises on reading of errors-errors due to dirt-due to temperature changes-parallax errors, sine error and cosine error. 6. Exercises on Angle measurements by using Bevel Protractor, Combination set, Sine bar and Digital Clino Meter Exercises on making a gauge dimension for a component as per IS 3455 checking of Limit plug gauge, Adjustable snap gauge – GO and NO GO gauges and Ring Gauges 7. Exercises on all the Geometrical Features as per IS: 8000-Roundness, cylindricity, Straightness, Flatness, Profile of a line, Profile of a surface, perpendicularity, parallelism,
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angularity, concentricity, symmetry, position, radial run out, axes run out, maximum material condition and least material condition. Use of V-blocks, between centers using dials- Exercise to interpret drawings as per IS: 8000, Flatness using sprit-level 8 profile projector-measurement of profile by comparison, measurement by individual parameters – Length, width, diameter, angle, radius, etc., with a help of data processor – Manual method and Surface illumination. Thread measurement by using Profile Projector and Thread Pitch Micrometer. 9. Exercises on the use of jigs and fixtures and measurement on a surface plate using height gauge and other instruments, 10. Surface roughness by using Portable Surface Roughness Measurement machine measure the surface finish in outside, inside inclined etc. in the components made by different machines like turning, grinding, shaper and milling machines etc. 11. Exercises on Mechanical, Optical, pneumatic and electronic Comparators Exercises on checking/inspection of gauges and components by using video inspection system for measuring length, width, height, diameter, radius, distance between 2holes Distance between circle and a line, etc. 12. Exercises on 2D micro height for checking height, hole diameter, distance between 2 holes, etc. 13 Take a case study – collection of data, making histogram, normal curve, bimodal, and sketch various curve by manual method. Calculation of mean, mode, range and standard deviation feed the result in SPC software and find the variation. Take a case study and preparing control charts like X chart, R chart, P chart, np chart, c chart, and u chart. 14 Calculation of Cp, Cpk, and Cr by manual method and by using computer 1 SQC Control Charts Frequency distribution charts. SAMPLING. 15. Testing between two plane, one stationary other moving axis of rotation and trajectory. Flatness testing by straightness testing techniques and by optical flats. Square ness testing – by dial indicator ,Optical square, Indicating method. Straightness testing by straight edge, spirit level, and autocollimators. Machine tool testing – alignment test to be carried out with lathe, drilling milling machine.

TERM /WORK : Term work to be submitted along with the jobs, it should contain the following

1) Work Book 2) Job drawing 3) Sketches of used measuring tools
Student has to compile the assignment & Journal References Sr. Author Title No. 1 S.K.Hajra and Elements of A.K.Hajra Choudhary Workshop Technology vol-II 2 Armand .V. Feigenaum Total Quality Control. 3 P.C. Jain Quality Control & Total Quality Management

Publisher and address Media promoters & Publisher pvt. Ltd.

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : SECOND

Subject Title : WORKSHOP PRACTICE-II Subject Code : Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme
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RATIONALE: - In this subject student will practically do the work on different type of lathe machines, milling machines, gear cutting machines, shaping machines, planning machines and adopt the skills by hand. These all processes are useful to the machinist for industrial life & his progress. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to do : 1) Holding the job in 3 jaw chuck and do the different operations in 0.1 mm accuracy. 2) The different operations on Lathe m/c with four jaw chuck 3) Turning the taper/Angular Job with compound slide 4) Knurling operation, boring operation with different cutting tools. 5) Parting off the job. 6) Re-sharpening of plain turning tool on pedestal grinding m/c with accuracy of one degree. 7) Use of work holding devices of grinding m/c. 8) Grind Internal / External surfaces of job on cylindrical grinding machine. With accuracy 0.05mm 9) Step boring & reaming on boring m/c. 10) Tool Holding on Lathe, milling, drilling, slotting, shaping machines. 11) Cutting multi start thread on Lathe m/c, gear & Gear train setting 12) Step mill with side & face cutter, angular by angular milling cutter. 13) Use Horizontal, Vertical universal milling m/c do the different shapes of the machine parts. 14) Use Indexing head & Cut the gear & check it with gear tooth vernier caliper. 15) Shaping irregular shapes on shaping m/c. 16) Skill of grinding wheel replacement.

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DETAILED CONTENTS PRACTICAL: 1. Introduction to an Engine Lathe. Identification of different parts of engine lathe, holding the Job in 3 jaw chuck, Perform facing and plain turning operation to an accuracy of +0.1mm Use of Measuring instruments required for turning. 2. Hold round job on independent chuck and perform the following operation. Facing, Plain turning, Step turning, Taper turning. 3. Turn an angular surface – By compound slide method. Set a grooving tool & perform an undercutting operation for threading perform Chamfering operation Set a threading tool to cut ‘V’ thread and cut ’V’ thread 4. Perform knurling operation Perform boring operation. Cut ‘V’ thread on through bore. 5. Perform parting off operation Demo on parallel turning between centers

6. Safety precautions followed in grinding Re-sharpen of plain turning tool on pedestal grinding to an accuracy of one degree. Check the tool angle using bevel protractor. Familiarize with controls of surface grinding machine 7. Use of work holding devices on grinding machine Grind parallel surface and stepped surfaces to a dimensional accuracy of + 0.05 mm on surface grinder Demonstration of taper grinding 8. Grind cylindrical external, step surfaces on a cylindrical grinder to a dimensional accuracy of +0.05mm Balancing and truing of grinding wheel Grind cylindrical internal surfaces on a cylindrical grinder to an accuracy of +0.05mm Mounting and dressing of grinding wheel 9. Step Boring and checking with inside micrometer

10. Eccentric Turning

11. Cutting multi start various threads on lathe
12. Step mill using side and face milling cutter Angular mill using angular milling cutter checking with bevel protractor. Slot mill using slot milling cutter/slitting saw. 13. Vertical milling machine Face mill using face milling cutter Step mill using a slot drill Milling angular surface by tilting the spindle head and universal vice 14. Mill a hexagon / square on a round rod using direct indexing. Mill a tung and groove – match the same Cut Spur gear on horizontal milling machine by using indexing head Check gear tooth using gear tooth vernier caliper 15. Mill a rack by linear indexing method Checking the gear tooth using gear tooth vernier caliper 16. Cut RH helical gear on universal milling machine Checking the gear tooth using flange micrometer. Exercise using rotary table
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17. Cutting LH helical gear and match with right hand helical gear. 18. Plain milling, Step milling ,Slotting internal / external spur gear 19. Shaping irregular surfaces, (Concave / convex)T slat cutting on shaping & milling m/C Gear cutting on milling m/c

Term work Term work to be submitted along with the jobs ,it should contain the following 1)Work Book 2)Job drawing 3)Sketches of used tools Student has to compile the assignment & Journal *---Practical examination shall be of 6 hrs. duration & student has to do any one job on the above mention basic workshop practice. The job drawing is to be given by external examiner in consultation with internal examiner. References Sr. Author No. 1 S.K.Hajra and A.K.Hajra Choudhary 2 HMT

Title Elements of Workshop Technology vol-II Production Technology

Edition First 13TH Reprint 3RD

Year 1964

Publisher and address Media promoters & Publisher pvt. Ltd. Tata Mc Graw – Hill Publishing co. Ltd. New Delhi Vrinda publication Jalgaon

1996

3

Mahajan

Mechanical Technology

1989

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THIRD

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : THIRD

Subject Title : CAD-CAM-II Subject Code : Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme
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RATIONAL :- With advent to technology there are many improvements & many advances in manufacturing process & equipments. This subject intends to create awareness about the concepts and principle of Graphics. It equips students with the professional acument to develop 3D Drafting & Solid modelling. Working by incorporating NC & CNC Control is in virtually every wake this change is observed to make their working prominent in field . it is necessary to give these basic inputs about these advances. Objective :- Student should able to
1.Understand different facts, concepts etc related to Graphics. 2.To Draft various types of 2D / 3D drawing & Solid Modeling. 3.To create solids & Generate the NC Program 4. To create Specific programs on CNC Machines.

DETAILED CONTENT OF THEORY:CHAPTER

THEORY CONTENT 1.0 Graphic Standards 1.1 Standards For Graphics Programming 1.2 Features Of GKS ( Graphic Kernel Systems ) 1.3 Other Graphics Standards 1.4 PHIGS ( Programming Hierarchical Interactive Graphics Standard ) 1.5 Difference Between GKS And PHIGS. 1.6 Evaluation Of Data Exchange Formats. 1.7 DXF Files. 1.8 IGES (Initial Graphics Exchange Specification ) 1.9 Short comming Of IGES 1.10 Product Database Format 2.0 Automated Process Planning 2.1 CAD Based Process Planning. 2.2 Group Technology 3.1 CNC Programming Based On CAD.

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THEORY CONTENT 3.2 Description Of The System i) Geometry Definition ii) Geometry Modification iii) Machining iv) Tool Definition v) Three Dimensional Geometry vi) Multi-axis Machining vii) DNC Link viii) Output

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4.0 Simulation’s
4 4.1 Definition Of Simulation, Examples Of Simulations, Need For Simulation’s , Common Term Used In Simulation, Types Of Simulation Approaches, Steps In Simulation, Advantages & Disadvantages Of Simulation 5.0 CNC Part Programming 5.1 Introduction , CNC Coding , 5.2 Tooling For CNC Machines Controls , 5.3 Part Programming, Programme Format, Programme Structure, Direction, Of Movement, Dimensional Notation’s, 5.4 Lathe, Milling, & Drilling Cycles, Subroutine, 5.5 Computer Assisted Part Programming 5.6 The APT Language. 6.0 CAD/CAM Integration 6.1 Conceptual Design Through 3 D Modelling. 6.2 2D Drafting And Drawing. 6.3 Relation Database Management 6.4 M I S 6.5 Communication Network. 7.0 Case Studies In CAD / CAM Integration. 7.1 Mould Making 7.2 Bracket 7.3Aeronautical Industry. 10 4

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CONTENT Practical on wire frame modeling. Practical on surface modeling. Practical on solid modeling. Solid modeling based Applications. Concept of haft space. Triangular element Co- ordinate system Examples of Diff simulations. Term-work:1)Student has to maintain file of printouts from CAD practical. 2) Student has to maintain work book, Drawing & Note book of part programming of Diff jobs.
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At the end of above practicals students shall be able to
Do wire frame model Do surface model. Do solid model. Different Examples of simulations.

References:AUTHOR TITLE EDITION

Year of Publication ----

Publisher & Address ---New Age International publication, Pune.

S.K. Hajra Choudhari
A.K. Hajra Choudhari Prof. R.B.Kelkar and Vinayak Mule Groover

Elements of workshop Technology- II
CAD/CAM & Automation CAD/CAM

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Radhakrishan S. ubramanyan.

CAD / CAM / CIM

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : THIRD

Subject Title : TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT Subject Code : 10116 Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme
TH TU PR PAPER HRS. 3

Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks
TH TEST PR OR TW TOTAL

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RATIONALE: - In this subject student will learn about quality control systems also learn the
concept of TQM. Learn some quality systems like KAN-BAN, JIT, TPM, and SQC. The knowledge of total quality management is essential to the machinist. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to learn: 1) The concept of TQM. 2) Cost of quality. 3) The concept of Quality assurance 4) The Quality planning. 5) The different Quality control concept. 6) The different Quality problem solving tools. 7) Different Quality programs. DETAILED CONTENTS

Chapter Contents
Introduction to Total Quality Management 1) The concept of TQM 2) The Quality Pioneers 3) Quality and business performance 4) Quality & cost analysis, Quality Control & Inspection 5) Quality Control & Quality assurance 6) Service Quality vs. product Quality Strategic Quality planning 1) Strategy & Strategic planning process 2) Strategic Quality management Mission, Environment, product / market scope 3) Policy Wheel Management process Quality 1) Brief history of Quality 2) Product Inspection and process control 3) Statistical Quality control 4) Deming cycle

Hrs Marks

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4

8

2

2

6

3

4

8
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5) Quality function development 6) Just in time (J I T) 7) CAN BAN System 8) KAIZEN Technique 9) T P M (Total Productive Maintenance) 10) The human side of process control Benchmarking 1) The evaluation of bench marking 2) The essence of bench marking 3) Types of bench marking (Strategic & operational) 4) The bench marking process 5) Measurement of performance

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Organizing for T Q M 1) The organizational system 2) Quality implementation 3) Small Group & employee involvement 4) Quality circles 5) Cross functional teams The cost of Quality 1) Definition 2) Three views of quality cost 3) Measuring quality cost 4) The use of quality cost information 5) Stress management 6) Accounting system & Quality management 7) Introduction to PERT & CPM Seven tools of Problem solving Introduction 1) Check Sheets 2) Flow charts 3) Graphs 4) Histogram 5) Pareto chart 6) Cause & Effect diagram 7) Control charts Criteria for Quality Programs 1) ISO 9001-2000 2) The Malcolm Baldrige Award 3) QS 9000 4) ISO 14000 5) JRD Quality Award Special topics in Quality 1)Process capability Attributes process capability, Variables, Tolerance & specification,

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Capability index, process management 2) Reliability Introduction, product life cycle, measure of reliability. 3) Introduction to Six Sigma The history, Concept , Features & benefits

Term work Term work to be submitted along the jobs, should contains the following 1)Work Book 2)Job drawing 3)Sketches of used jobs Student has to compile the assignment & Journal

References Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 Author I C Gupta P.C. Jain Arvind V. Feigenbaun Nandkumar K. Hukeri Title Engineering Metrology Quality Control & TQM Total Control Quality Electro tech Publication & & Publisher and address Dhanpat Roy and sons.

Industrial Engineering Production Operations Management

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : THIRD

Subject Title : MANUFACTURING PROCESSES-II Subject Code : 10117 Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching scheme
TH TU PR PAPER HRS.

Examination scheme and maximum marks
TH TEST PR OR TW

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RATIONALE: - In this subject student will learn the metal cutting processes, gear
manufacturing methods, thread manufacturing methods, finishing and super finishing processes which is essential for machinist, working in the industry. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to: 1) Familiarized with Horizontal, Vertical, Universal milling m/c know the difference between them. 2) Know & set work holding devices, tool holding devices Hand tools 3) Work with plain milling/Slab milling cutter on milling m/c do the flat surface & check with try square 4) Do step & Angular milling with step milling & angular milling cutter & Checking it with Bevel protector 5) Mill Hexagon/square on round rod using direct indexing. 6) Cut the spur gear on Horizontal milling m/c by Indexing head & check it with gear tooth vernier caliper. 7) Mill rack by linear indexing method. 8) Do Right hand helical gear cutting on universal milling m/c. 9) Do left Hand Helical gear cutting & match with Right Hand Helical gear. 10) Do thread milling & Rolling 11) Do threading grinding 12) Do thread measurement & inspection. 13) Do Broaching operation on broaching m/c. 14) Do Selection of speed feed in Gear cutting.

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Chapter Contents
METAL CUTTING & CUTTING TOOLS Introduction; Types of cutting tools; Orthogonal & oblique cutting; Mechanics of cutting & chip formation; Chip thickness ratio; Velocity relationship; Cutting forces in orthogonal/ oblique Cutting; Types of chip; Chip Breakers; Geometrical control of tool Systems; Cutting speeds & feed; Tool life & wear; Mach inability; Cutting tool material; Cutting fluids.

Hrs Marks

1

6

15

2

GEAR MANUFACTURING METHODS Introduction; Materials; Methods of manufacture; Gear cutting by Milling; Gear cutting by single point formed tool on shaper/planer; Broaching; Shear speed process; Gear planning; Gear shapers; Gear Hobbling; Bevel; gear generating; miscellaneous gear manufacturing Methods; Gear finishing operations; Gear inspection; Design of gear Hob. THREAD MANUFACTUING Introduction; Casting; Thread chasing; Thread rolling; Diethreading and tapping; Thread milling; Thread grinding; Thread measurement and inspection.

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KINEMATICS OF MACHINE TOOLS Introduction; Drives in machine tools; Mechanical drive; Selecting The maximum and minimum cutting speeds and feeds; Upper and Lower speed limits of a lathe; Stepped and step less drives; Characteristics of stepped mechanical drive; Designing layout for Mechanical stepped drives; Kinematics calculation of speed gear Boxes; Step less mechanical drive; Hydraulic Drive; Pneumatics Drive; Electrical drive. FINISHING AND SUPER- FINISHING Lapping, Honing, Super finishing; Burnishing, Polishing and Buffing.

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BROACHING Broach; Cutting action of broach; broaching operation; Broaching Machines; Power consumption; Broach design and manufacture of a Broach.

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Practical
1) Horizontal milling machine – Identifying different parts & importance of each part2) Use work holding devices- tool holding devices- hand tools on milling machine . 3) Mill a plain surface using plain milling cutter / slab milling cutter 4) Checking the flatness with tri-square. Mill six faces of a cubical block to an accuracy of + 0.1mm Checking the square ness with trisquare and the size with vernier caliper. 5) Step mill using side and face milling cutter Angular mill using angular milling cutter checking with bevel protractor. 6) Slot mill using slot-milling cutter/slitting saw. 7) Vertical milling machine Face mill using face milling cutter Step mill using a slot drill Milling angular surface by tilting the spindle head and universal vice 8) Mill a hexagon / square on a round rod using direct indexing. 9) Mill a tung and groove – match the same Cut Spur gear on horizontal milling machine by using indexing head Check gear tooth using gear tooth vernier caliper 10) Mill a rack by linear indexing method Checking the gear tooth using gear tooth vernier caliper 11) Cut RH helical gear on universal milling machine Checking the gear tooth using flange micrometer. Exercise using rotary table 12) Cutting LH helical gear and match with right hand helical gear. ; Bevel gear generating 13) Thread chasing; Thread rolling; Die-threading and tapping; Thread milling; 14) Thread grinding; 15) Thread measurement and inspection 16) Kinematics calculation of speed gear Boxes; Step less mechanical drive; Hydraulic Drive; Pneumatics Drive; Electrical drive. Selecting The maximum and minimum cutting speeds and feeds Broaching operation on Broaching Machines

Term work Term work to be submitted along with the jobs, it should contain the following 1) Work Book 2) Job drawing 3) Sketches of used tools Student has to compile the assignment & Journal Practical: - The practical is based on the above syllabus; the examination shall be of four hours in which student has to do a job given at the time of examination.

References Sr. No. 1 2 S.K.Hajra Choudhary M.N. Uppal Author Title Publisher address and

Elements of workshop Media promoters & technology Vol I Publisher pvt. Ltd. Engineering Chemistry
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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : THIRD

Subject Title : CNC TOOL ENGINEERING Subject Code : 10118 Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching scheme
TH TU PR

Examination scheme and maximum marks
PAPER HRS. 3 TH 80 TEST PR OR TW SW

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RATIONALE: Today almost every industry is having CNC machines there fore CNC tool engineering Knowledge is essential. In this subject student will learn the need of tooling, different types of cutting tools, different materials of cutting tools, different angles of cutting tools, tool geometry and different types of cutting fluids used for different type of cutting tools and materials. OBJECTIVES: Students should able to know: 1) Different type of cutting tools. 2) Different arbor type cutter. 3) Different shank type cutter. 4) Different special milling cutter. 5) Tool life & tool wear. 6) Cutting tool geometry. 7) Cutting tool materials. 8) Standards of cutting tool 9) Cutting oils. 10) Clamping of cutting tool.

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Chapter 1

Contents Introduction: - History - Need – Development –
Accuracy & Tool, Today’s Importance.

Hrs Marks 1 4

Types of cutting tools 2.1 single pt. Cutting tool, multi point cutting tool.
Forged tool, Brazed tools, tipped tool, fasten tipped tool, left hand, Right hand, diff sizes, shape, cutting tool material, properties, composition, Application, drills, reamers, 2.2 Arbor type cutter; Countersunk, end mill , face mill, key way cutter , taps, dies , solid cutter, Tipped solid cutter, profile cutter, form cutter, arbor type cutter 2.3 Shank type cutter, Right hand rotation cutter, left hand rotation cutter, parallel or straight teeth cutter, right hand helical cutter, left hand helical cutter, alternate helical teeth cutter, standard milling cutter, 2.4 Special milling cutter, Inserted U drills, Inserted milling cutters, Inserted lathe machine single point & multipoint tools, Inserted reamers.

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3.1 Tool wear and Tool life: Attrition wear, Diffusion 3
wear, abrasive wear, electrochemical wear, chemical wear, plastic deformation, thermal cracking, geometry of tool wear, Flank wear, crater wear. 3.2Tool Life: Equations, Graphs to estimate tool life (Simple numerical) 4.1 Cutting Tool Materials: Tool Materials like Carbon tool steels, HSS, HSS with cobalt, high vanadium, high hardness, cobalt steels. Powder metallurgy, tool steels, cast cobalt, base alloys, cemented carbide, coated carbide, titanium carbidenitride, Hafnium nitride, aluminums oxide, cemented oxides, ceramics, diamond tools, 4.2UCON, Cubic boron nitride (Not included manufacturing of materials) 5.1 Grade of Cutting tools Geometry –Angles – approach, end cutting edge cutting, nose radius, back rake, side rake, side clearance, effect of tool position, effect of feed, use of monogram to decide auxiliary angles 5.2 Types of Cutting tools: Carbide tipped brazed tools; disposable insert type with all types of such tools (clamping method, +ve or –ve rake) such tools Vs brazed tools. Form tools. Flat form tools only

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5.3 Force and Power: Resolution of forces, Factors influencing cutting force, cutting force calculations, Power and force calculations. Chip control methods. Monogram to determine surface finish. Cutting conditions 6.1 Boring Tools: Tool geometry. Boring tool holders and sub types, adjustable boring bars, damped boring bars, line boring head, boring and facing head, tool wear compensations. 7.1 Cutting Fluids: -Cutting fluids, purpose, properties, properties choice, chemical composition of fluids. Types of cutting fluids, selection of cutting fluids, theory of cutting fluids. Additives in cutting fluid, Importance of Additives 8.1 CNC tool system for Turning and Milling. Tool carriers. Tungsten carbide index able inserts. Structure and use of Lathe tools for CNC machining. Types of Lathe tools and the corresponding ISO designation. Cutting materials. General guidelines for selection of tool materials and selection of cutting tools. High-speed steels. Hard metals. Cutting Ceramics. Diamond. 9.1Cutting edge geometry. Abrasion and cutting edge. Cutting value. Example calculating technological values for CNC machining. 10.1Structure and application of Milling tools for CNC machining. Milling and Milling operation as per tools. Types of Milling tools. Cutting edge materials. High-speed steels. Hard Metals. Cutting Ceramics. Diamond. Cutting Geometry. Cutting Value. 10.2Calculation example of technological value of CNC machining. Calculation of Technological data for CNC machining Calculation example of Technological data for CNC Turning Calculation example of Technological data for CNC Milling. 10.3 Recommended cutting data for Drilling milling & Turning 11.1 Clamping systems Types of clamping systems Types and characteristics of clamping devices for Turning. Types and characteristics of clamping devices for Milling.

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12.1

Tools standards As per ISO: TOTAL

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References Sr. Author No. 1 S.K.Hajra and A.K.Hajra Choudhary 2 HMT

Title Elements of Workshop Technology volII Production Technology Mechanical Technology

Edition First

Year 1964

Publisher and address Media promoters & Publisher pvt. Ltd.

13TH Reprint 3RD

1996

3

Mahajan

1989

Tata Mc Graw – Hill Publishing co. Ltd. New Delhi Vrinda publication Jalgaon

57

Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : THIRD

Subject Title : CNC PROGRAMMING & MACHINING-I Subject Code : Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching scheme
TH TU PR PAPER HRS. -

Examination scheme and maximum marks
TH TEST PR OR TW

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RATIONALE: -In this subject student will learn to work on CNC machine, their axes,
machine co-ordinate system, different programming systems, G codes, M codes, address letters. Writing program script, program editing, dry run, the program simulation, machine running and controlling by hand. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to: 1) Do CNC m/c Reference zero setting. 2) Do Assignment of Absolute & incremental co-ordinate system. 3) Know keyboard & control of CNC machine. 4) Know Emergency button, manual operating button’s, over travel switch, sensor’s etc. 5) Know Tool setting in machine. 6) Know work setting in fixture or chuck. 7) Programme preparation ( G Code, M Code, Address Letter’s) 8) Know Linier interpolation & Circular interpolation. 9) Know Tool offset measurement from work zero. 10) Know tool zero, work zero, Machine zero,. 11) Know Simulations of different job Drawing’s on the screen of the m/c. 12) Do Programme editing which having facing, turning step turning, Radius, chamfer, threading operation. 13) Do Programme editing which having Top facing, drilling operations. 14) Know Machine Running in Auto mode. 15) Know Geometry & wear offset correction. 16) Know Tool selection, operation sequence selection.

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DETAILED CONTENTS

Chapter

Contents ( PRACTICAL )
Machine Operating 1.1 Control key function Machine starting & operating in Reference Point, JOG, and Incremental Modes Co-ordinate system points, assignments and simulations. Absolute and incremental programming assignments and simulations. Work and tool setting CNC M/C Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution. 1.2 Control Switch function Linear interpolation, assignments and simulations on soft ware. Circular interpolation, assignment and simulations on soft ware. Work off set measurement and entry in CNC Control. Tool off set measurement and entry in the control Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution Identification of machine over travel limits and emergency stops. Automatic Mode operation: Face Milling etc. 1.3 Assignments and simulations Linear interpolation,– Milling Circular interpolation, assignment and simulations – Milling Work off set measurement and entry in CNC Control. Tool off set measurement and entry in the control.

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Practical
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Job Drawing Drawing reading CNC M/C – Co-ordinate system A) Absolute & Incremental Operating Study of CNC machine, keyboard & specifications. Machine starting & operating in Reference Point, JOG, and Incremental Modes 1.5 Programming Absolute and incremental programming assignments and simulations. Identification of machine over travel limits and emergency stop. 1.6 Setting Work and tool setting CNC M/C Part program preparation, Simulation 2. Turning 2.1 Simple turning & Facing (step turning) Linear interpolation, assignments and simulations on soft ware. 2.2 Circular interpolation, assignment and simulations on soft ware. Work off set measurement and entry in CNC Control. 2.3 Tool off set measurement and entry in the control Part program preparation. 2.4 Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution CNC M/C. 2.5 Turning with Radius / chamfer with TNRC Review, assignment / practice, Test Linear interpolation, and simulation. Assignment. Circular interpolation, and simulation. 2.6 Chuck removal and mounting on CNC Lathe. Tool change in CNC turning & MPG mode operation. Manual Data Input (MDI) mode operations and checking of zero offsets and tool offsets. 2.7 Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic mode Execution Of CNC Machine Geometry and wear offset correction. Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution
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2.8 Tool path of job Drawing – Diff examples of lathe, milling, Drilling Coding – G codes, M codes, Address Letter’s Programmed format Programme script in different Control Programme editing Simulation of edited programme Tools Offsets on the m/c’s 2 Dimension operation on lathe & milling m/c’s 3 Milling 3.1 Cordinate system points, assignments and simulations. 3.2 Absolute and incremental programming assignments and simulations. Identification of machine over travel limits and emergency stops. 3.3 Work and tool setting Automatic Mode operation: Face Milling etc. 3.4 Linear interpolation, assignments and simulations – Milling Circular interpolation, assignment and simulations – Milling Work off set measurement and entry in CNC Control. 3.5 Tool off set measurement and entry in the control. 3.6 Program entry & editing. Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution Of CNC Machine Practical. 3.7 Chamfering and end milling with CRC etc Review, assignment / practice,
Term Work Student has to Maintain –

1) Job Drawing book, Work book 2) Sketch the used tools and complete the Assignment & Journal Practical :- The practical examination shall be of six hours duration ,student has to do a job based on the job drawing given at the time of examination. References Sr. No. 1 2 Author
PROF.- R.B. Kelkar,

Title
CAD/ CAM & Automation

Edition Second Second

Year 2001-2002 1997

Vinayak Mulay P.K.Roy,Y.V. Deshmukh S.K. Hajra Choudhari A.K. Hajra Choudhari

Production Engineering - Element of work shop Technology Vol.-II

Publisher and address Nishant Prakashan Nirali Prakashan Media promoters &publishers pvt. Ltd.

3

First Reprint

1964 1998

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FOURTH

SEMESTER

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : FOURTH

Subject Title : INDUSRIAL AUTOMATION Subject Code : 10119 Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching scheme
TH TU PR PAPER HRS. 3

Examination scheme and maximum marks
TH 80 TEST PR OR TW TOTAL

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RATIONALE: In this subject student will learn the concept of automation, different types of gates, different types of PLCS and basic programming of PLCS which is useful for industry, industrial machines. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to : 1) Take Knowledge on wire controller wiring. 2) Take Knowledge on ladder diagram on hardwire controller. 3) Do Practical wiring on fixed PLC. 4) Take Knowledge on wiring on modular PLC. 5) Do programming practical on PLC. 6) Take Knowledge on the logic gates on PLC. 7) Do Connection of pneumatic system and PLC System with ladder diagram DETAILED CONTENTS

Chapter 1 2 3 4 5 6

Contents
Need of Automation Concept of Automation Type of Automation 1.Type of semi Automation 2.Type of full Automation Bit & Byte & word. Hardware controller/ PLC controller The Bus system 1.Data Bus 2.Address Bus 3.Control Bus

Hrs Marks 2 5 2 6 3 2 2 3 8 8 6 8
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Logic Gates AND, OR, NOR, NAND, NOT, Symbols Ex OR, Ex NOR Truth table Electrical ckt. Types of PLC Dedicated ,Fixed ,Modular Advantages & uses 1.The PLC System 2.Languages of PLC ,LAD ,FBD, STL 3.Basic Programming on PLC One I/p & O/P 4.Programs of Logic Gates AND, OR, NOR, NOT, NAMD, EXOR, NOR 5.Use of Timers & countess 6.Sensors & switches 7. Types switches & sensors, uses construction 8.Pneumatic & Electro pneumatic Vales, Actuators , solenoid principle 9.Basic Robotics Block Diagram Operation & use

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Practical
1) Practical on hardwire controller wiring 2) Practical on ladder diagram on hardwire controller 3) Practical wiring on fixed PLC 4) Practical wiring on modular PLC Show the PLC system (Demonstration) 5) simple programming practical on PLC 6) One I/p & O/P 7) Proving the logic gates on PLC AND, OR, NOR, NOT, NAMD, EXOR, NOR Using timers in programming in PLC 8) Demonstration of different switches and practically see the construction 9) Connection of pneumatic system and PLC System with ladder diagram 10) Demonstration on robotics

References Sr. Author No. 1 PROF.- R.B. Kelkar Vinayak Mulay 2 HMT

Title CAD/ CAM & Automation Production Technology

Editio n 2ND 13TH Reprint

Year 20012002 1996

Publisher and address Nishant Prakashan

Tata Mc Graw – Hill Publishing co. Ltd. New Delhi

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : FOURTH

Subject Title : ADVANCE MACHINE TOOL ENGINEERING Subject Code : 10120 Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching scheme
TH TU PR PAPER HRS. 3

Examination scheme and maximum marks
TH TEST PR OR TW TOTAL

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RATIONALE: In this subject student will learn the different types of advanced machine tools Advantages of advanced machine tools. Special features of advanced machine tools, construction feature of advanced machine tools and care of advanced machine tools. This type of knowledge is essential to work in modern industries. OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to: 1) Understand construction details & features of advanced machines. 2) Understand the system of working of advanced machines. 3) Understand & decide the preventive maintenance of advance machines 4) Know the special features of CNC machine. 5) Do programming assignment. DETAILED CONTENTS

Chapter Contents
Introduction – Advantages & disadvantages of advanced machines with conventional machines, Differences in Advanced m/c’s; CNC Lathe (Turning center) , CNC Drilling m/c , CNC milling m/c’s , CNC Grinding m/c's , Machining center, coordinate measuring m/c , Gear cutting m/c, Laser cutting m/c, bending m/c’s .different machine control ex. Fanuc, Siemens etc

Hrs Marks

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5

12

Construction features-

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Structure, slide ways, surface coating , spindle, spindle Drive, feed Drive, Elements of motion transmission, position measuring Devices , Automatic tool clamping & work clamping, Tool magazine , turret, Automatic work changer, Automatic tool changer,Automatic Lubrication, Coolant system, chip handling, functions & their requirements, factors consider selecting m/c tool material.

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Special feature’s (Advantages)-Ball lead screw & its importance, function’s, principle -Harden sliding, guide way’s Importance, functions, classification, antifriction -ATC -Turret magazine -Close/ Open loop system -High-speed spindle,-Servomotor,-Encoder -Resolution, precision, accuracy, reliability, error analysis & calibration

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Preventive Maintenance of .AMT. 4
Definition of pm, Elements of pm, Planning, Check list, Inspection frequency, lubricating & cutting oil changing frequency, Record & analysis., care of protecting devices of m/c parts Knowledge on Advanced machine tools:Machine zero point, tools reference point, work zero point, Coordinate of job, tool path, G code, M code, Address letters, Program format, Tool selection of operation, Job setting, Tool offsets, work offsets, Machine running Part Programming In Advanced Machine Tools Using Sub Routines, Do Loops and Canned Cycles. Introduction Sub Routines Do Loops Canned Cycle Fixed Cycle for Lathe Operations TOTAL

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References Sr. Author No. 1 S.K.Hajra and A.K.Hajra Choudhary 2 HMT

Title Elements of Workshop Technology vol-II Production Technology

Edition First 13TH Reprint 3RD

Year 1964

Publisher and address Media promoters

1996

3

Mahajan

Mechanical Technology

1989

Tata Mc Graw – Hill Publishing co. Ltd. New Delhi Vrinda publication Jalgaon

66

Course Name: VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : FOURTH

Subject Title : CNC PROGRAMMING & MACHINING-II Subject Code : Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching scheme
TH TU PR PAPER HRS. --

Examination scheme and maximum marks
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RATIONALE: - In modern industries while working with CNC machines the operator has to do various tasks such as --job setting, tool selection, tool setting, operation sequence, coolant selection by material and by tool, process selection of different types of jobs and different types of machine controls which is covered in this practical subject.
OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to: 1) Know CNC m/c Homing to Ref. pt 2) Do Assignment of Absolute & incremental co-ordinate system. 3) Use keyboard & control of CNC machine. 4) Use Emergency button, manual operating button’s, over travel switch, sensor’s etc. 5) Do Tool setting in machine. 6) Do work setting in fixture or chuck. 7) Do Programme preparation with the help of G Code, M Code, and Address Letter’s. 8) Know Linier interpolation & Circular interpolation. 9) Know Tool offset measurement from work zero. 10) Do Set tool zero, work zero, Machine zero,. 11) Know Simulation’s of different job Drawing’s on the screen of the m/c. 12) Know Programme editing which having facing, turning step turning, Radius, chamfer, threading operation and other related skills given in the syllabus. DETAILED CONTENTS

Chapter Contents
Tool off set – 1.1 Tool off set measurement and entry in the control Part program preparation, 1.2 Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution CNC M/C. Turning with Radius / chamfer with TNRC Review 1.3 Geometry and wear offset correction. 1.4 Cycles stock removal cycle OD, Drilling / boring cycles Stock removal cycle ID etc Review, assignment / practice, Test

Hrs Marks

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3

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Preparations of part programs for thread cutting for CNC turning centers and simulation on computers. Machining of Part program exercises of 1.5 CNC TURNING practical 1.6 Grooving and thread cutting OD 1.7 Grooving and thread cutting ID 1.7 Threading cycle OD Sub program with repetition Sub program with macro call. Eccentric turning

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Part program preparation, 2.1. Polar co-ordinate points, assignments and simulations. Identification of machine over travel limits and emergency stop. Work and tool setting. Work and tool setting. CNC M/C Exercises. Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution : Simple turning & Facing, Step turning etc. 2.2 Linear interpolation, assignments and simulations. Circular interpolation, assignment and simulations. Work off set measurement and entry in CNC Control. Tool off set measurement and entry in the control Tool off set measurement using tool pre-setter. 2.3 Simulation software Program entry and editing. Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution Of CNC Geometry and wear offset correction. Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution of CNC Machine

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Operating 3.1 Study of CNC Machining centre, keyboard & specifications. Machine starting & operating in Reference Point, JOG, and Incremental Modes. Co-ordinate system points, assignments and simulations. Absolute and incremental programming assignments and simulations. Identification of machine over travel limits and emergency stops. Review, assignment / practice; Test 3.2 Linear interpolation, and simulation. Assignment – Milling Circular interpolation, and simulation. Assignment – Milling Tool change in CNC milling & JOG, INC, MPG mode operation. Manual Data input mode operations & checking of zero offsets and tool offsets. Preparation of part programs for Exercises and computer simulations. Automatic mode execution

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Cycles milling 4.1 CNC Machine drilling-G 81. Etc Geometry and wear offset correction. Part Program Preparation, entry and simulation on CNC Mill & on Computers. CNC Milling Machine Deep hole drilling G 83. Threading and tapping G 84. Boring Cycles G85 – G 89. Preparations of part programs for thread cutting / thread milling for CNC machining centers. Part Program Preparation entry and simulation on CNC Mill & on Computers for program/repetition and Circular and rectangular pockets machining. Drilling milling patterns. Thread milling etc. 4.2 Tool Change in CNC milling & JOG, INC, MPG mode operation.

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MDI mode operations and checking of zero offsets and tool offsets. Preparation, simulations of part programs exercises in Automatic mode execution with Block Search and restart: End milling with polar co-ordinates.

Practical
1) Study of CNC machines, keyboards & specifications. 2) Machine starting & operating in Reference Point, JOG, Incremental Modes Co-ordinate system points, assignments and simulations. 3) Absolute and incremental programming assignments and simulations, Job setting, Tool selection, etc. 4) Diff. operation programming & Manufacturing On lathe m/c, 5) Chuck removal and mounting on CNC Lathe. 6) Tool change in CNC turning & MPG mode operation. Manual Data Input (MDI) mode operations and checking of zero offsets and tool offsets. 7) Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic mode Execution Of CNC Machine Practical In side , Out side step turning, Threading, ID/OD-, V threading, square threading 8)CNC turning exercises: Multistart-threading Programming with variables. Project work: CAD / CAM programming & DNC operations. ect. 9) Diff operation programming & Manufacturing on milling & drilling m/c like Face milling, drilling, Tapping, Reaming. 10) Tool off set measurement and entry in the control Tool off set measurement using tool presetter. 11) Simulation software Program entry and editing. Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution Of CNC Turning 12) Practical Exercise: Turning with Radius / chamfer with TNRC etc Review, assignment / practice, Test Linear interpolation, and simulation. Assignment Circular interpolation, and simulation. 13) Assignment Chuck removal and mounting on CNC Lathe. Tool change in CNC turning/milling & MPG, MDI mode operation. 14) Zero offsets and tool offsets measurement on tool pre-setter Preparation of simple turning and facing program. Automatic mode operation of CNC Machine 15) Exercise: Radius programming contours with TNRC etc Canned cycles used in turning, milling, Drilling m/c’sWork and tool setting Automatic Mode operation: Face Milling etc. 16) Linear interpolation, assignments and simulations – Milling Circular interpolation, assignment and simulations – Milling 17) Work off set measurement and entry in CNC Control. 18) Tool off set measurement and entry in the control. Program entry & editing. Part program preparation, Simulation & Automatic Mode Execution Of CNC Machine 19) Practical EX.: Chamfering and end milling with CRC etc CNC Milling Machine 20) Simple drilling – G 81. Chamfer and counter-sink drilling. 21) Deep hole drilling G 83. 22) Threading and tapping G 84. 24) Boring Cycles G85 – G 89. - Preparations of part programs for thread cutting / thread milling for CNC machining centers. Part Program Preparation entry and simulation on CNC Mill & on Computers for program/repetition and Circular and rectangular pockets machining. Drilling milling patterns. Thread milling etc - 25) Offsetting of number of tools in one operation, & number of tools on Different operation.

26) Block search /reset & start from intermediate step

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Term Work - Student has to maintain 1) Job Drawing book, Workbook 2) Part Programming Note Book & Complete the Assignment & Journal of produced job on M/c’s

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Author PROF.- R.B. Kelkar, Vinayak Mulay P.K.Roy,Y.V. Deshmukh S.K. Hajra Choudhari A.K. Hajra Choudhari

Title CAD/ CAM & Automation Production Engineering - Element of work shop Technology Vol.-II

Edition Year Second Second 2001-2002 1997

Publisher and address Nishant Prakashan Nirali Prakashan Media promoters &publishers pvt. Ltd.

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : FOURTH

Subject Title : ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT Subject Code : Teaching and examination scheme: Teaching Scheme TH 1 TU -RATIONALE

Examination Scheme PAPER HRS -TH -TEST -PR -OR 25# TW @50 TOTAL 50

PR 2

Entrepreneurship development is a part of the subject consists of topics related to the development of entrepreneurial skills and other details such as personnel management, quality control and creative thinking. OBJECTIVES • Development of entrepreneurial skills & other details such as selection of product lines, site Selection, financial aspects personnel management, quality control & creative thinking. • Emphasizes the development of enterprising qualities among young engineers.

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CONTENTS: Theory SR. CONTENTS NO. ENTERPRENEUR & ENTERPRENEURSHIP

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1.1Introduction. 1.2Needs, scope for self-employment with special reference to self-employment scheme and sources of Assistance in Central & State Government Organization like DIC, SIDA, SISI, NSIC, SIDO, Financial institutes and Banks 1.3 Entrepreneurial values, attitude & motivation. Identifying & developing entrepreneurial competence and networking, entrepreneurial culture. Characteristics of successful entrepreneur and successful enterprise 1.4 The causes of failure and identification of entrepreneurship abilities through self assessment and other technique Information collection 2.1 Information gathering Techniques 2.2 Produce and services 2.3 Product specification 2.4 Market research, Survey
COSTING & TENDER PROCESS 3.1 CONCEPT OF ENTERPRENERSHIP

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3.2 Product Selection 3.3 Concept of costing 3.4 Market Survey 3.5 Project Report Preparation 3.6 Marketing 3.7 Finance, Account & Auditing 3.8 Accounting and Analysis – Bank Operation i.e. Debit and Credit Book Keeping, Financial Software packages, invoicing and chalans . 3.9 Tender & tender process.
HUMAN RESOURCE & QUALITY MANAGEMENT

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1.1.Human resource functions 1.2 Training & Development of Human Resources 1.3 Self &Other Awareness &Development 1.4 Motivation 1.5 Concept of Quality 1.6 Total Quality Management 1.7 Quality Circle
INTERACTION WITH VARIOUS AGENCIES

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5.1 Banks, Insurance Co. 5.2 Department of labour 5.3 Transport & Logistics 5.4 Sales Tax Income Tax & Excise Department 5.5 Local Municipal Corporation 5.6 Environment 5.7Electricity Board / Water Supply / Department of Land Record/ Register of Stamp Duty Total

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Make a market survey for selection of your product.

2. Interact with minimum five customers & understand their needs & requirements of your product. 3. 4. Interact with minimum two Entrepreneurs & prepare the report. Approach any financial institute to get financial aid to start your new enterprise.

5. Approach to DISTRICT INDUSTRIES CENTRE & collect the data to start new establishment. 6. Collect information about various insurance schemes regarding to industry. 7. Prepare report for approval of SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES UNIT CERTIFICATION. 8. Approach the appropriate authority of SALES TAX / EXISE DUTY / ELECTRICITY / WATER SUPPLY, & gather the information in view of starting a new establishment.

Learning Resources: Books: Sr. No. 1 N.V.Srivastava Joseph K.Mandass Banga & Banga Uday Pareek Behavioral Process in Organization 5 O. P. Khanna Production management Name of Author

Name of Books Training Manual on human Resource Management & Organization Learning

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Course Name : VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : FOURTH

Subject Title : PROJECT Subject Code : Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching scheme
TH TU PR PAPER HRS. --

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RATIONALE:- full freedom has been given for the project report writing /presenting. All facilities will be provided to the student by the institution. OBJECTIVE: The Students are expected to do the market projects having socio-economic impact on manufacturing engineering industry. With concept the students will get full knowledge of manufacturing engineering industry and built confidence for starting the industry with proper knowledge of marketing. GUIDELINES: 1. Team Size :- Max . 5 students or individual. 2. Selection of project Topic: - Each team by self or in consultation with any staff Member or expert from out side, it should be Intimated to the project coordinator. 3. Sponsorship: - sponsored by self or another sponsor. 4. Guide lines for selection of the project: - the student has full freedom to select the project. The project shall be selected looking at the marketability or research in the field of manufacturing engineering. It should have good marketability and socio-economical impact on manufacturing engineering industry community. 5. Submissions Project: I ) Working on the project should be started from the beginning of the Fourth Semester and submitted 15 days before the date of examination. II )The working on the project could be started after third semester examination in the same institute and the institute must provide the entire infrastructure to the students with 10% of the annual tuition fees of the last year. Project can be selected on the following areas 1. Jig & fixture 2. Material handling devices 3. Pick & push devices 4. Machine components like quick return mechanism, rack & pinion, tool holders, screw jack pullers ball screw & utility articles etc. 5. Maintenance / Overhauling automats, CNC’s special purpose machine tools conventional machine tools. 6. Automation using hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical, & electrical system 7. Drafting of engineering component using Auto Cad, PROE, Solid edge etc.
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8. Miscellaneous Project course related subject Steps to be followed 1. Gathering Information about project 2. Selection of project 3. Market survey 4. Defining Scope & Objectives of Project 5. Designing project 6. Assembly drawing & details Bill of material 7. Estimation & Costing 8. Decide sequence & operation & process planning 9. Fabrication & Project 10. Test on Project Fabricated 11. Observation & conclusion 12. Submission of Report.

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Course Name: VOCATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MACHINING Course Code : VM Semester : FOURTH

Subject Title : SEMINAR Subject Code : Teaching and Examination Scheme Teaching Scheme TH -TU -PR -TH --TEST -Examination Scheme PR -OR 50# TW -TOTAL 50

RATIONALE:- Due to globalization effective communication is utmost important in industries. Which requires the collection, compilation & presentation of technical information in effective manner. So this subject is included to develop the presentation skill of student. SEMINAR SELECTION Seminar should be based on recent topics. It should cover the latest development in the field of production process, development analysis, quality control, production management etc. The seminar report should consist of minimum 20 to 30 pages & submitted at the end of semester. The student has to give presentation in front of the external examiner.

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7.Details of machinery/Equipment Laboratory wise : WORKSHOP PRACTICE I and II SR. NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT/ MACHINERY Trainees Tool Kit Try Square 10 cm Blade Callipers outside 15 cm spring Calliper inside 15 cm spring Dividers 15 cm Soring Callipers 15 cm Hermaphrodite Scriber 15 cm Punch center 10 cm Screw driver 15 cm Chisel cold 20 cm Trammel 30 cm Hammer ball peen 0.5 kg with handle Hammer Mallet Hammer Plastic Hammer ball peen 0.5 kg with handle File flat 25 cm second cut File flat 25 cm second cut Hacksaw frame adjustable 20-30 cm NOS. 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 17 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos
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19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Dot slot punch Steel rule 15 cm English and metric Steel rule 30 cm English and metric Try square 20 cm Blade Steel tool box Senber Lock and keys Combination plier Jenny calipers Allumminium tray 15 cm X 10 cm Fellow polish cloth standard size SHOP OUTFIT & MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Straight edge 45 cm X 45 cm Marking table 90X90 cm Surface plate 45 cm X 45 cm Vee Block pair 7 cm and 15 cm with clamps Angle plate 10 X 20cm Number Punch 3 mm set letter Punch 3 mm set Round punch 3 mm X 4 mm set of 2

25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos 25 Nos. 25 Nos

1 No 1 No 1 No 2 nos 1 no 2 Sets 2 Sets 2 Sets
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37 38

39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58

File flat 20 cm bastard Oil Stone 15 X 5 cm X 2.5 cm Spanner adjustable 10 cm Chisel cold 20 cm cross cut Chisel 10 cm flat Drill twist 1.5 mm to 15mm (various sizes) by 0.5 Files assorted sizes and type including safe edge Micrometer inside 50-150 mm with screen Bench Vice 12 cm jaw Work Bench 240 X 120 60 mm with screen Drill point angle gauge Vernier Callipers 20 cm Vernier height gauge 30 cm Huntington and diamond dresser Taps and dies complete set (metric) Hacksaw frame Fire buckets with stand Thread pitch gauge metric, BSX, BSF, MC, MF & SAE D.E. spanner ser of 12 metric 6 mm to 32 mm Ring spanner set at 12 metric 6 mm to 32

4 Nos 4 Nos 1 No 4 Nos 4 Nos 4 Nos 30 Nos. 2 Nos 15 Nos 3 Nos 1 No 5 No 2 No 1 Each 2 Sets 4 No. 2 nos 1 each 2set 2set
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59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76

Stud extractor set of 3 Universal puller for removing pulleys, bearings Unserviceable engine/gear box rear axle Stud remover with socket handle Combination pliers 15 cm Depth guage (inch and metric Screw pinch gauge (inch and metric) Feeler gauge 20 blades (inch and metric) Allumminium tray 45 X 30 mm Oil can 0.5 liter capacity Surface gauge Cylinder bore gauge (mercer) Telescopic gauge Steel measuring tape 10 meter in a case Sets of Morse socket MT 0-1,1-2,and 2-3 Blow lamp Torque wrenches 5-35 Nm,12-68 Nm&50-225 Nm. Outside micrometer English 0-1,1-2,2-3,3-4,4-5,And 5-6 inches Micrometer outside 1 to 25 mm,25mmto 50mm ,50 to75 mm,75 to100mm,100 to 125mm,125 to 150mm. Surface gauge with dial test indicator plunger type i.e. 0.01

2set 2set 2 nos 1 nos 4 nos 2 Nos 1set 2 nos 6 nos 2 nos 1 no 1 no 1 no 2 nos. 1set 4 nos 1esch 1.each

77 78

1each 1 no.
80

mm

79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97

Printed wall chart framed for display showing measuring instruments. Inside micrometer English 2” to 6” with extension road Vernier bevel protractor (metric and inch ) Vernier calipers digital (inch and metric) 6”x12” Vernier micrometers(inch and metric) Vernier height gauge 150 mm height (inch and metric) Dial micrometer (inch and metric) Small bore gauge (standard ) Dial test indicator to read (inch an metric)0.02mm C) GENERAL INSTALLATOIN /MACHINERIES

12 nos 3 no 2 nos 5 nos 10 nos 2 nos 5 nos 2 nos 5 nos

Lathe machine Tool and cutter Grinding machine Planning machine Shaping machine Slotting machine Surface plate (small) Surface plate (big) TIG welding machine with complete accessories Plastic welding equipment with complete accessories

3 no 2 set 2 no 2 nos. 2 nos 1 no 10 1 set 1 set
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98 100 101 102 103

Spot welding machine with complete accessories MIG welding machine with complete accessories Oxy-acetylene welding equipment with complete accessories (Low &High pressure) Horizontal milling machine Optical profile projector Screw thread micrometer

1 set 1 set 1 set 1 set 1 no 5 nos

104 105 106 107

Dial indicator puppet type CMM machine CNC Type Bench Drilling machine 6-12mm cap Motorized with chuck and key

5 nos 1 no 1 no

Grinding machine (general purpose )D.E. pedestal with 1 no 300mm dia wheels rough and smooth Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Workshop furniture Suitable Work Tables with vices Students chairs Discussion Table Tool Cabinet Trainees locker Fire fighting equipment , first aid box etc Book shelf (glass panel) Storage Rack

Qty

As required 25 Nos 1 no 2 nos 5 nos As required 1 nos As required
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9

Storage shelf

As required

2. ELECTRICAL, ELECTRONICS A) TRAINEES TOOL KIT
Sr. No 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 Name of the equipment/ machinery Ball peen hammer 0.75 kg Cold flat chisel 19 mm Center punch 10 mm dia x 100mm Insulated screw driver 30 cm x 9mm blade Insulated screw driver 20cm x 9cm blade Steel rule 30mm Plier combination 15cm Steel tool box with lock and key (folding type) size 400 x 200 x 150mm Hand file 20cm second cut Ring spanner set of 12mm Nos. 25 NOS 25 NOS 25 NOS 25 NOS 25 NOS 25 NOS 25 NOS 25 NOS 25 NOS 25 NOS

B) Shop outfit and measuring instruments
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Electric testing screw driver Hand vice 37 mm Allen key set of 12 pieces (2mm-14mm) Circlip pliers (External and Internal) 150mm & 200mm Philips screw driver set of 5 pieces 100mm-300mm Star Allen key Prick punch 15 cm Chisel cross cut 200mm x 6mm Ball peen hammer 0.5 kg Hammer copper 1 kg with handle Hack saw frame for 30 cm blade Hollow punch 6,7,8,9,10 12mm set Flat file 35 cm bastard Flat file 25 cm second cut Micrometer outside 0-25mm,25-50mm Soldering iron 120 watts Nose pliers (round and straight) 150 mm and 200 mm Circlip pliers Thread pitch gauge Stud remover Spanner T. flocks for screwing up and up-screwing inaccessible positions Cleaning tray 45x30cm Oil cane 0.5 liters Smp (straight and bent) General purpose puller Stud extractors Poker Double ended spanner 6 to 32 mm – set of 12 nos. Double ended off-set spanner (w.w) – 3 to 13.5 mm – set of 7 nos. Double open ended ignition spanner set (of BA-0 x 1to 8x9 set of 4 NOS 2 NOS 4 SET 8 SET 4 SET 4 SET 2 NOS 1 NOS 2 NOS 1 NOS 4 NOS 1SET 2 NOS. 2 NOS. 1 EACH 2 NOS. 2EACH 1 NO. 1 NO. 1 NO 1 NO 16 NOS 1 NO 1 NO 1 SET 1 SET 2 NOS. 1 SET 1 SET 1 SET
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41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59

5) Spanner clyburn 15 cm Adjustable spanner 20 cm. Spark plug spanner 14 mm Magneto spanner set with 8 spanners Socket spanner set with handle , T-bar and ratchet Drift copper (10 mm x 150 mm) Double open ended spanner set (10.5mm x 12 mm ; 10.5mmx 18mm set of four) Hydrometer Spring tension tester A.V.O. meter Alternator regulator tester Distributor tester Continuity meter Clip on meter digital and analog Tachometer Spark plug tester “NEON” type High rate discharge tester Multimeter digital and analog Starter motor, alternator, dynamo cut out

1 NO. 1 NO. 1 NO. 1 SET 2 NOS. 1 NO. 1 SET 2 NOS. 1 NO. 1 NO. 1 NO. 1 NO. 1 NO. 1 EACH 1 NO. 1 NO. 1 NO. 1 EACH 2 EACH

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C) GENRAL INSTALLATION /MACHINERIES 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 Battery 12V (Lead acid & Alkaline) Electronic engine control module 2 EACH 1 NO Drilling Machine (Bench) 12mm dia Growler Battery charger 6V-24V AC alternator slip ring puller Ac alternator slip ring press tool Executive Auto Electrical tool kit Electrical test bench 1 NO 1 NO 1 NO 1 NO 1 NO 1 NO 1 NO Car stereo 1 NO

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Sr. No
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Workshop furniture
Discussion Table Tool cabinet Trainees locker Fire fighting equipment, first aid box etc. Book Shelf ( glass panel ) Storage Rack Storage shelf

Quantity
1 NO. 2 NOS. 2 NOS. AS REQUIRED 1 NO. AS REQUIRED AS REQUIRED

CNC PROGRAMMING & MACHINING & GENERAL TOOLS REQUIRMENT
LIST OF TOOLS & EQUIPMENT
Sr. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Item Steel rule 30 cm graduated both in English & Metric units Outside spring caliper 150 mm Inside spring caliper 150 mm Hermaphrodite caliper 150 mm Divider spring 150 mm Centre punch 100 mm Hammer B.P.0.5 kg Combination plier 150 mm Safety glasses File flat bastard 300 mm File flat 2 cut 250 mm Engineers screw driver File flat smooth 200 mm Cold chisel flat 25 X 200 mm
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Quantity 12 nos. 6'' 6'' 6'' 6'' 12" 2" 12" 12 pairs 12 nos. 12" 12" 12" 12" 1 nos. 1” 1” 2” ” 2 2” 2” 2” 2” 1” 1” 1” 2” 1 Nos. 12” 4”

Tools, Instruments and General Shop Out fits
Surface plate 400 mm X 400 mm grade 1 Table for surface plate 900 X 900 X 1200 mm Marking off table 1200 X 1200 X 900 mm high Scribing block universal 300 mm Vee block 100/7-80-A Try square 300 mm Outside spring caliper 200 mm Divider spring 200 mm Inside spring caliper 200 mm Straight edge steel 1 metre Straight edge steel 500 mm Steel tape 2 metre in case Steel rule 60 cm graduated both in English and Metric units. Spirit level 2V 250, 05 metre Hammer B.P.800gms. with handle 6 Screw driver , heavy duty 300 mm with handle

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31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76

Hammer lead 1kg. Combination set 300 mm Spindle blade screw driver 100 mm Allen hexagonal keys 2.5 to 12 Spanner D.E.G.P. series 2 Adjustable spanner 300 mm Reduction sleeve morse 1-1, 3-1, 4-1,4-2,5-1,5-2,6-1 Angle plate size 200 X 100 X 200 mm Angle plate adujstable 250 X 150 X 175 solid parallels in pairs ( Different sizes ) in Metric Oil cane pressure feed 500 mg. Oil stone 150 X 50 X 25 mm Number drills H.S.S ( Parallel shank) Drill (Parallel shank) Twist drills 3 mm to 13 mm (Parallel Shank) Drill chuck 0.20 with taper shank Centre drill A1 to 5 Grinding wheel dresser ( diamond) Grinding wheel dresser Hunting time type Clamps C100 mm Clamps C 200 mm Tap and die set in box metric pitch Drill HSS taper shank File flat 2nd cut 250 mm File flat smooth 200 mm File H/R 2nd cut 250 mm File triangular smooth 200 mm Needle file set File square 2nd cut 250 mm Reamer 6 mm to 25 mm by 1 mm Reamer adjustable 10 mm to 15 mm by 75 mm Tools bits HSS 6 mm square Tools bits HSS 10 mm square Tools bit holder (Amstrong ) L.H. Tools bit holder (Amstrong ) R.H. Assorted tools for lathe, shaper, slotter & planner of different shapes and sizes Hacksaw frame adjustable 250-300 mm with blades. Table chuck 75 mm jaw swivel base Machine vice 200 mm swivel base Machine vice 160 mm swivel base Lathe machine tipped tools, threading tools, facing tools, grooving &boring tools. Radius truing attachment Angle truing attachment Compound angle vice (standard sine) Universal vice Universal table angle plate

2” 4” 2 sets 2 sets 6 sets 2 nos. 2" 2" 2" 12 pairs 6 nos. 2" 1 set 2 set 1 set 1 no. 2 set 1 no. 2 nos. 2" 2" 1 set 2 set 4 nos. 4 nos. 4" 4" 1 no. 4 nos. 1 set 1 set 1 doz. 1 doz. 4 nos. 4 nos. as reqd. 2 nos. 1 no. 4 nos. 2 nos. 5nos.each 1 no 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no.

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77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Taper shank twist drill set 6.30 mm X 1.5 mm to suit radial drilling machine Shaper tool holder turret type Base chuck for slotter Shaper indexing centre Knurling tools (set of3) straight and diamond. Plier cutting 200 mm Magnifying glass 75 mm Carbide tipped tools of different sizes and shapes (Throw away tips) Hand hammer 1 kg. with handle

1 set 2 nos. 1 no. 1 no. 1 each 2 nos. 2 nos. 2 sets 2 nos. 3 nos. 3 nos. 2 nos. 3 nos. 2 nos. 2 nos. 3 nos. 2 nos. 2 nos. 2 nos. 2 nos. 2 nos. 2 nos. 2 nos. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 2 nos. 4 nos. 2 nos. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 set 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 set 2 set

Milling Cutters
Cylindrical cutter 63 X 90 bore dia. Cylindrical cutter 80 X 90 bore dia. Side and face cutter B 80 X 8 Side and face cutter B 160 X 10 Side and face cutter B 100 X 12 Side and face cutter B 160 X 16 Side and face cutter A 200 X 20 T slot milling cutter Equal angle cutter 45/100 Equal angle cutter 60/100 Equal angle cutter 90/100 Double angle unequal cutter 50 x12 x 55 Double angle unequal cutter 63 x 18 x 60 Double angle unequal cutter 80 x 32 x 70 Double angle unequal cutter 100 x 36 x 75 Single angle cutter 63 x 18 x 45 RH Single angle cutter 63 x 18 x 45 LH Single angle cutter 63 x 18 x 60 RH Single angle cutter 63 x 18 x 60 LH

Measuring Instruments
Micrometer outside 0-25 mm Micrometer outside 25-50 mm Micrometer outside 50-75 mm Micrometer depth gauge 0-200mm Direct reading vernier caliper B 300 ( Direct reading with dial) Vernier height gauge 250 mm Vernier gear tooth caloper Vernier bevel protractor with 150 mm blade Bevel gauge 200 mm Telescopic gauge 13 mm to 300 mm Sine bar 200 mm Compound dial gauge with stand (Metric) Dial test indicator with magnetic gauge type 1 grade A with magnetic base. Centre gauge 60 slip gauge set ( Normal set) metric ( For the whole intstitute) Screw pitch gauge for metric pitches (25-6 mm)

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17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Radius gauge metric set (1-6 mm) Limit plug gauges 5mm to 25mm by 2.5 mm Ring gauges 5 mm to 25 mm by 2.5 mm (Go & No Go ) Taper gauge M.T.No. 1,2,3,4,&5 Feeler gauge Planner gause standard size Steel lockers for 12 trainees Steel chair for Instructor Steel table for Instructor Workbench for Fitters with two vices of 100 mm jaw Steel cup board 120 x 90 x 45 cm Steel cup board 120 x 60 x 45 cm Black board with easel First aid box

1 set 1 set 1 set 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no.

General Installation
1 2 3 4 5 Shapping machine 450 mm stroke (Motorised) with all attachments. Shapping machine 315 mm stroke (Hydraulic) with all attachments. Double column planer 1500 x 1000 x1000 (Motorised ) with all attachments. Slotter 180 mm stroke (Motorised) with all attachments. Lathe general purposes all gearedheight of centres 150 mm to below between centres 150 mm supplied with 3 jaw & 4 jaw chuck, face plate, taper turning attachment steadies etc. and set of lathe tool. 6 Tool & cutter grinder 250 mm to admit 450 mm between centre-fully motorised work head supplied with tool rest of different types table clamps and other attachments. 7 8 9 10 Drilling machine pillar 20 mm capacity Radial drill 1200 mm area motorised with tapping attachment. Silicon carbide grinder for carbide tipped tools Milling machine universal horizontal (Motorised) no. 1 with all attachments such as(a) Universal head (b) Vertical head (c) Slotting attachment (d) Rack cutting attachment (e) Rotary table (f) Dividing head (g) Adaptors, arbors and collets etc. for straight shank and mile from 3 mm to 30 mm 11 12 13 14 Milling machine universal horizontal no. zero with all attachments. Milling machine plain type horizontal (Motorised) No.2 with all attachments. Milling machine vertical No. 1 (Motorised ) with all attachments. Surface grinding machine wheel dia 180 mm (or near) reciprocating table, longitudinal table traverse 200 mm (or near) fitted with adjustable traverse stop. Full motorised supplied with magnetic chuck 250 mm x 120 mm diamond tool holder set of spanner, grease gun etc. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 1 no. 3 nos 2 no. 1 no. 1 no.

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15 16 17 18

Cylindrical grinder Lapping ,honing , burnishing ,buffing machine Broaching machine with tools Thread rolling and thread grinding machine

1 no. 1 no each 1 no 1 no each

CAD CAM , PLC LAB SETUP & MATERIAL SCIENCE SR. ITEM NO 1 CNC part programme –simulation softwares for SIEMENS &FANUC with licenses of 13 nos 2 Desk Top personnel Computer – Intel Pentium IV –CPU, 17” LCD Display , DVD COMBO Drive, 52 x CD ROM drive & window xp Professional operating system latest. Computer with pro-E soft wares & licenses also AUTO CAD soft wares , 3 4 5 6 7
Del CAM , Catia softwares Computer table Computer chair LCD Projector Brinnel Hardness testing machine Rockwell hardness testing machine Tensile testing machine PLC soft wares with licenses of 8 nos Different PLC ‘s SCADA, Siemens, Allen bradly, Pick/push/ pull robot

QTY 1set 26 NOS

13 NOS 26nos 50 nos 2 No 1set

8 9 10

1set 1each 2 nos

CNC PROGRAMMING & MACHINING
Sr no. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12 ITEM. DISCRIPTION Latest CNC Lathe Fanuc control with cutting tools & all accessories. Latest CNC Lathe Siemens control with cutting tools & all accessories Latest CNC Milling fanuc control with ATC ,Magazine ,pallet changer with cutting tools & all accessories (VMC) Latest CNC Milling Siemens control with ATC ,Magazine ,pallet changer with cutting tools & all accessories (HMC) Turn mill center fanuc/Simens control with cutting tools & all accessories L.C.D. projector White board with magnetic base Teachers table Teachers chair Teachers cupboard Display board Laptops of latest version 10. LIST OF REFERANCE BOOKS . 1) Chetan srevastava – Fundamentals of Information technology 2) Tatpuje & others – fundamentals of computer (Nirali prakashan)
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QTY. 01 01 01 01 01 05 05 05 05 05 05 05

3) R.K. Bansal and J.B. Harrison Spoken English for India 1972, New yorkMc graw Hill Publication 4) Krishna Mohan and Meera Bannerji - DevelopingCommunication Skill - 1974Cambridge University Press, London. 5). John Thill and Court Land Bovee -Excellence in Business Communication 1991, New york- Mc graw Hill Publication 6) N.D.Bhatt - Elements of Engineering Drawing. 7) N.D.Bhatt - Machine Drawing 8) R L Timings - Engineering Materials 9) R C Gupta -Welding Engineering Science- by R C Gupta 10) S.K. Hajra Choudhari - Element of workshop A.K. Hajra Choudhari Technology Vol.-I&II

11) B.L. Thereja.- Electrical Technology 12) M.A. Choudhary- . Fundamental of Electrical Engineering. 13) V.K . Mehta.- Basic Electronic Technology. 14) Groover - CAD-CAM
15) R.B.Kelkar and Vinayak Mulay - CAD-CAM and Automation 16) Armand .V. Feigenaum – Total Quality Control. 17) P.C. Jain - Quality Control & Total Quality Management 18) Radhakrishan, S. Subramanyan. - CAD / CAM / CIM New Age International publication,Pune. 19) P.C. Jain Quality Control & TQM 20) T.R. Banga, S.G. Sharma - Industrial organization Engineering & economics 21) Arvind V. Feigenbaun Total Quality Control 22) Nandkumar K. Hukeri Industrial Engineering & ( Electro tech Publication) Production & Operations Management 23) M.N. Uppal :- Engineering Chemistry 24) HMT Production Technology. 25) Mahajan – Mechanical Technology 26) P.K.Roy, Y.V. Deshmukh - Production Engineering 27) O. P. khanna – Mechanical estimating & costing RAW MATERIALS Raw material ( material science) 1) M/S Rod 5mm X 100mm 2) C/S Rod 5mm X 100mm 3) Bronze Rod 5mm X 100mm 4) Copper Rod 5mm X 100mm 5) Aluminum Rod 5mm X 100mm 6) Brass Rod 5mm X 100mm 7) Tungsten Rod 5mm X 100mm 8) Nickel Rod 5mm X 100mm stud. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Total Qty. 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25

Raw material ( workshop practice I 1) M/s Flat 100 X 100 X 20 2) M/s Rod Φ 20 X 60mm

stud 2 2

Total Qty. 50 50
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3) M/s Rod Φ 40 X 150mm 4) M/s Flat 60 X 60 X 30mm 5) M/s Sheet (flat) 100 X 50 X 4

2 2 2

50 50 50

Raw material ( ELECTRICAL) 1) Wire 1/18,3/20 copper conductor, pvc insulated— 2) Flexible wire 40/36 or 23/36 3) Lug crimping 1.5,2.5 mm square 4) Lug soldering 2.5, 4 mm square 5) Cable flexible cu. Cond. 1.5 mm square pvc insulated 6) DOL starter L & T make mk1 type 7) Star delta starter L & T make mk1 type 8) Capacitor 9) IC s 555 electronic 1)Half wave rectifier circuit for practical 2) Full wave rectifier circuit for practical 3) Bridge wave rectifier circuit for practical 4) PLC 5) Power supply unit

Total Qty. 1 coil 1coil 12nos 12nos 1coil 6nos 6nos 50nos 50NOS 6nos 6nos 6nos 4nos 4nos

Workshop practice 2
Raw material 1) M/S Rod Φ 40 X 150 2) M/S Rod Φ 80 X 150 3) Casting 80 X 80 X 150 4) m/s plate Φ 150 X 50 5) m/s plate Φ 60 X 50 6) Casting 60 X 60 X 150 stud 2 2 2 2 2 2 Total Qty 50 50 50 50 50 50

CAD-CAM II Raw material
1) CAD-CAM Software’s 1) Master CAM 2) Smart CAM 3) Provee 4) Auto CAD – 2006 Total Qty 1SET 1SET 1SET 8SET

Manufacturing Processes. II
Raw material 1) M/s Rod Φ 80 X 150 2) M/s Rod Φ 80 X 150 3) Casting 80 X 80 X 150 4) M/s plate Φ 150 X 150 5) M/s plate Φ 60 X 50 stud 1 1 1 1 1 Total Qty 25 25 25 25 25

92

CNC Programming & Machining – I
stud Total Qty

Raw material
1) m/s or Aluminums Rod Φ 80 X 150 2) Casting 80 X 80 X 150 4 2 100 50

CNC Programming & Machining – II Raw material 1) m/s or Aluminums Rod Φ 80 X 150 2) Casting 80 X 80X 150 3) m/s flat 100 X 100 X 30 4) m/s Rod Φ 70 X 150

stud 4 2 2 2

Total Qtys 100 50 50 50

93

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