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INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

REPORT
QH Talbros Pvt. Ltd.

DRONACHARYA COLLEGE OF
ENGINEERING
PRESENTED BY:

NAME : ANIL SAINI


ROLL NO : 16334
BRANCH : ME
YEAR
SEMESTER : 4

: 8
TRAINING PERIOD: 4 Weeks

SUBMITTED TO:- ANIL KUMAR GILLAWAT


CONTENT
S
1. Certificate

2. Declaration

3. Acknowledgement

4. Company profile

5. People

6. Customers

7. List of Department visited

8. Q.A. Department

9. Total line on the shop floor

10. About shop floor


DECLARATION

I Anil Saini declare that the training report entitled a study on


the Training and Development in QH Talbros Pvt. Ltd.
submitted to the DRONACHARYA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
for the award of Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Mechanical
Engineering (ME) .
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I would wish to express my gratitude to my H.O.D Mr.


Anil Kumar Gillawat for providing me the opportunity to
explore studies beyond academics. I am also thankful
to QH TALBROS Pvt. Ltd.
for allowing me to undergo the SUMMER TRAINING
PROGRAMME in their organization. At last but not the
least I extend my thanks to all the staff members for
providing valuable information regarding the plant
and processes that formed the core of the training.
COMPANY PROFILE
Talbros Automotive Components Ltd., the flagship manufacturing company of the Group
was established in the year 1956 to manufacture Automotive & Industrial Gaskets in
collaboration with Coopers Payen of UK.
Today, aPer 50 successful years, Talbros stands proud and tall
as a mother brand of gaskets, steering & suspension components, stampings, rubber
products and forgings. Talbros Group has strong partnerships formed with global giants.
Notable among the joint venture partners are Affinia Group USA, Sanwa Packaging -
Japan and Interface Solutions - USA.
While their symbiotic relationship with their Global partners have kept us abreast with
innovations within the field, their long and fruitful association with them bears witness to
the trust and solidarity that Talbros name is synonymous with.
Their Research & Development Centres showcase , their design capabilities including
endurance, static and simulated environment testing. Today, their manufacturing process
spans over 6 business and 12 facilities.
The largest OEMs like Ashok Leyland, Bajaj Auto, Cummins Group, Eicher India, Escorts
Group, Force Motors, General
Motors, Hero Honda, Honda, Hyundai, John Deere, Mahindra & Mahindra, Maruti Suzuki,
Suzuki, TAFE, Tata Motors, Tata Cummins, Simpsons and international corporates like
Affinia Automotive are our proud customers.
PEOPLE

Talbros is where it is today due to the excellence of its product offerings,


its commitment to quality, attention to detail and, primarily, due to its
incredible workforce. Our people-friendly and professional approach
towards human resource development is responsible for our remarkably
low attrition rate.

Constant upgradation of skills at training programmes in India and abroad


and an exemplary work culture has made every member of our team geared
for new challenges. Both employee and customer satisfaction are of
extreme importance to us.
PARTNER

The Talbros Group is the result of strong partnerships formed with


with global giants. Notable among the joint venture partners are Affinia Group
USA, Sanwa Packaging - Japan and Interface Solutions - USA.
While our symbiotic relationships with our partner firms have kept us abreast with
innovations within the field, our long and fruitful associations with them bears
witness to the trust and solidarity that the Talbros name is synonymous with.
QUALITY

T h e Tal b r o s G r o u p c o m p a n i e s a r e TS 1 6 9 4 9 a n d I S O
14001 certified. Our team takes the quest for quality
v e r y s e r i o u s l y. F o r e v e r y p i e c e t h a t i s m a n u f a c t u r e d ,
quality standards are strictly adhered to and industry
benchmarks oPen set.

Our unrelenting quest for perfection extends to the


supply chain and to every person responsible for
e xt e n d i n g q u a l i t y s e r v i c e t o t h e c u s t o m e r.
CUSTOMERS
T h e l a r g e s t I n d i a n O E M s l i k e As h o k L e y l a n d , B a j a j Au t o ,
Cummins, Eicher Group, Escorts Group, Force Motors,
General Motors, Hero Honda, Honda, Hyundai, John
Deere, Mahindra & Mahindra, Maruti Suzuki, Suzuki,
TAF E , Tat a M o t o r s , Tat a C u m m i n s a n d i n t e r n a t i o n a l
c o r p r a t e s l i k e Ar v i n M e r i t o r ( U S A ) , C a r r a r o ( I t a l y ) , Q u i n t o n
H a z e l l Au t o m o t i v e s ( U K ) a n d S a i p a G r o u p ( I r a n ) a r e o u r
proud customers.
Tra n s f o r m i n g p r o d u c t s i n t o i n d u s t r y b e n c h m a r k s r e q u i r e s
e xp e r t i s e a n d i n t e n s e b e l i e f i n o n e ' s o wn a b i l i t i e s . O u r
Research & Development Centres showcase our design
and testing capabilities including endurance, static and
s i m u l a t e d e n v i r o n m e n t t e s t i n g . Tod a y, o u r m a n u f a c t u r i n g
p r o we s s s p a n s o v e r s i x p r o d u c t b u s i n e s s e s a n d 1 2
facilities. Our customers trust in our products bears
testimony to our impeccable quality and uncompromising
manufacturing standards.
LIST OF DEPARTMENTS VISITED

1. R & D DEPARTMENT

2. QUALITY DEPARTMENT

3. PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT

4. I.E DEPARTMENT
Q.A.DEPARTMENT

Receipt inspection

In process inspection

Final inspection

FGS (finish Goods)


inspection

Supplier quality
assurance {SQA}
Total line on the shop floor

Line 1:- steel back bone gasket


Line 2:- double cemjo gasket
Line 3:- manifold, flange gasket
Line 4:- multi layer steel gasket
Line 5:- spot welding gasket
Line 6:- soP gasket
Line 7:- shell forming
Line 8:- hero honda base gasket
Line 9:- selecting area coating
and C-200 coating.
About shop
floor

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Standard
room
Calibration:- finding the errors of the
measuring inst. with the help of the
masters.
Layout inspection:- Dimensional
inspection or complete insp. of any
parts.
Revalidation:- To check the parts
which is ok or not ok as the last
part.
Controlling and Monitoring of
equipment:- As per the requirement
the inst is purchase first it is
transfer to the S/R aPer that they will
generate a specific no. and they will
issue to the concern dept.
MEASURING
INSTRUMENT IN
STANDARD ROOM

CMM
PROFILE
PROJECTOR
STANDARD PINS
PROFILE TRACER
VERNIER CALIPER
MICROMETER
HEIGHT GAUGE
CMM:-CORDINATE
MEASURING
MACHINE

A coordinate measuring machine (CMM) is a


device for measuring the physical geometrical
characteristics of an object. This machine may
be manually controlled by an operator or it may
be computer controlled. Measurements are
defined by a probe attached to the third moving
axis of this machine. Probes may be mechanical,
optical, laser, or white light, amongst others. A
machine which takes readings in six degrees of
freedom and displays these readings in
mathematical form is known as a CMM.
PROFILE
PROJECTOR
A profile projector is also referred to as an optical
comparator, or even known as a shadowgraph, a
profile projector is an optical instrument utilized for
measuring. It is a valuable item in a small parts
machine shop or manufacturing line for the quality
control assessment staff. The projector magnifies the
profile of the specimen, and shows this on the built-in
projection screen.
The projector magnifies the profile of the specimen, and
shows this on the built- in projection screen. From this
screen there is usually a grid that could be rotated
360 degrees therefore the X-Y axis of the screen could
be aligned correctly using a straight edge of the
machined part to analyze or measure.This projection
screen
shows the profile of the sample and is zoomed for
better ease of computing linear dimensions. An edge of
the sample to analyze could be aligned using the grid
on
the screen. APer that, basic measurements could be
obtained for distances along
with other points. This is being carried out on a
zoomed profile of the specimen. It could be easier and
also lessen mistakes by measuring on the magnified
projection screen of a profile projector.
The conventional way of illumination is by diascopic
illumination, and that is illumination from behind. This
kind of illumination is also known as transmitted
illumination when the sample is transparent and light
can go through it. When the specimen is solid, then the
light wont go through it, but can form a profile of the
sample. Measuring of the sample can be achieved on
the projection screen. A profile projector could also
have episcopic illumination which happens to be light
shining from above. This is convenient in exhibiting
bores or inner areas that needs to be measured.
HEIGHT GAUGE

Height gauges are similar to the calipers in


structure and work. We carry a series of high
quality height gauges from digital gauges, dial
gauges to vernier gauges for your select.

These measuring tools are used in metalworking


or metrology to either set or measure vertical
distances; the pointer is sharpened to allow it to
act as a scriber and assist in marking out work
pieces.

In the toolroom, the distinction between a height


gauge and a surface gauge is that a height
gauge has a measuring head (whether vernier,
fine rack and pinion with dial, or linea encoder
with digital display), whereas a surface gauge
has only a scriber point. Both are typically used
on a surface plate and have a heavy base with an
accurately flat, smooth underside.
HOW TO IMPROVE THE DRAWING

PART THE DRAWING IN THE SIMPLE


SHAPES.
FIRST DRAW IN AUTOCAD 3D AS THE
DRAWING HAS TO MADE IN THE
AUTOCAD ,AS STEP FILE OPTION IS
PROVIDED SO IT CAN BE OPEN IN
ANY SOPWARE.
THE COMPUTER SHOULD BE
PROVIDED WITH GOOD PROCESSOR
SO THAT COMPUTER WOULD NOT
HANG DURING HEAVY DESIGN.
THE OPERATOR SHOULD HAVE A
GOOD COMMAND IN SHORTCUT
KEYS.
5-steps of
Material Handling

1)Develop a plan for every


part
2)Build the purchased-part
market
3)Design delivery route
4)Implement pull signals
5)Continuously improve the
system

Material Handling
Means Providing-

1.The right amount


2.The right material
3.At the right place
4.At the right time
5.In the right position
6.In the right sequence
7.For the right cost
Objectives Of
M.H

1.Reduce manufacturing
cycle time.

2.Reduce delay and


damage.

3.Promote safety and


improve working
conditions.
4.Maintain and improve
product quality.

5.Reduce tare weight.

6.Control inventory.
Production Department

SMED:- Single minute exchange f


dies is a system for dramatically
reducing the time it takes to
computer equipment changeover.
single minute exchange of dies
comes from the goal of reducing
changeover times to the single digit.

IN SMED changeover are made up


of steps that are termed elements.
These are of two types

1.Internal elements
2.External elements

Internal elements:- that must be


completed while the equipment is
stopped.

External elements:- That can be


completed while the equipment is
running.