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Fluid Handling Systems

As a mechanical engineering graduate you must know that a key element in fluid systems is the transmitting means of power from one location to another.

Now to construct a hydraulic or pneumatic system needs a design or selection of various components, and also determine how they will interact. Most overlooked point is that the fluid, and the means of moving it from one location to another, are essential in any fluid-power system.

As the functions of hydraulic fluid are very basic; to transmit power efficiently and lubricate moving parts, with low maintenance it is often ignored. But if you use the wrong fluid, or do not maintain it properly, it could even destroy a system. As polluted air can foul the compressors, jam valves, and ruin an instrument.

In addition to fluids, the various ways that transmit fluid like hose, tubing and connectors and also the components that keep the fluid in good working condition like filters, heat exchangers, lubricators, and dryers are very essential ingredients of fluid-power systems.

Fluids

Hydrocarbons conventionally have been the main choice for hydraulic work. This remains popular where there is no fear of fire, no possibilities of, no wider temperature variations, and no environmental problems or concerns.

Fire protection might dictate choice of a nonpetroleum fluid, mainly when a broken hydraulic line could spray fluid into an ignition source. Work environment might suggest a nonhydrocarbon fluid where a hydrocarbon fluid that could spoil food-related products or pollute a river.

Hydraulic fluid must be looked for general compatibility with the system. Fluids are of five types from point of view of evaluation: premium antiwear, standard antiwear, rust and oxidation-inhibited nonantiwear, water-based, and phosphate esters.

Premium antiwear are recommended for systems that use both piston and vane equipments. The fluids allow the operation at full catalogue rating with maximum life shell.

Standard antiwear are comparatively lesser stable than the premium fluids as they contain more additives. The fluids could be used with piston pumps, but speed limit must be upto 1,800 rpm and pressure ~ 3,000 psi.

Vane equipment, on the other hand, could be used at maximum catalogue ratings with maximum life shell.

Nonantiwear, rust and oxidation-inhibited fluids are also divided into stable and less-stable types. The stable fluids, like turbine oils, are more preferable for piston equipments. The fluids permit operation at full catalogue ratings with maximum life shell.

These fluids could be used with well designed vane equipment but at lower ratings and life.

The lesser stable class of these fluids includes tractor and transmission fluids. They are most suitable for use in piston equipment at full catalogue rating, but life shell is difficult to ascertain.

Water-based fluids are invert emulsions and water glycols. Piston pumps operate well on these fluids but have certain disadvantages. For example, absolute inlet pressure must be about 25% higher than with petroleum-based fluids, and minimum inlet pressure ~13 psia.

Only specially designed vane pumps could be used with these fluids. Again, absolute inlet pressure must be 25% higher than with petroleum-based fluids, and minimum inlet pressure is 13 psia.

Phosphate esters could be used with piston and vane equipment at full catalogue ratings. But, absolute inlet pressure must be about 35% higher than hydrocarbon fluids. Viton-A seals are suitable with most phosphate esters; but, some of these fluids need EPR seals.

So now we conclude the discussion.

Are you looking for CAD CAM certification in Pune? Well if you want to do CAD CAM training courses, then our CRB Tech Solutions has a nice name in this field for you to take up for enhancing your skill in AutoCAD programs and grow in your career. Our CAD CAM courses are much upgraded and our CAD CAM institute has earned a niche for itself.

We also offer mechanical design engineer courses with our a well structured program in view of offering CAD CAM training for mechanical engineering students

So if you are looking good opportunities for CAD Cam jobs, join our CAE Institute in Pune which gives the best cad training courses through our mechanical design engineering courses.

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Top Mechanical Engineering Companies In India

Mechanical engineering is that engineering field which involves design, production and operation of machineries. It is one of the oldest and vast engineering disciplines.

This branch of engineering requires understanding of core concepts that includes mechanics, kinematics, materials science, thermodynamics, structural analysis, and electricity.

Mechanical engineers are hired by many organizations which engage in various fields or sectors in India. Here we enlisted the top mechanical engineering companies in India:

1. Thermax

It is an India and Britain based energy and environmental engineering company and also a great organization to find job opportunities for the ME graduates. They are engaged in a wide range of business areas like vapor absorption machines, boilers, provides water and waste solutions and installation of captive power projects. It is also a historic brand name of boilers and also popular for its former toughened-glass company.

2. Larsen & Toubro

Also popular as L&T’ they are the leaders in the engineering and construction sector in India. It was started by Danish engineers who took refuge in India, as well as an Indian financing partner. They worked in different industries like Automobiles, Aerospace, Electrical, Mining, Metals, etc. They recruit engineers for efficiently carrying out operations in most of the mentioned sectors. They have good manufacturing units in India and also has an office in the Middle East and other parts of Asia.

3. Godrej Group

This name is also engaged in different sectors and are leaders in Locks and Furniture manufacture, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning; managed and mainly owned by the Godrej family. They have their headquarters in Mumbai and the company has earned the top 15th position among the best companies to work in India. They recruit engineers for their operations in electrical and electronics division, precision engineering division and process equipment division.

4. Kirloskar

This is an Indian conglomerate with headquarter in Pune, Maharashtra, India. The company exports to more than 70 countries over most of Europe, Africa and Southeast Asia. They manufacture Compressors, Valves, Engines and Parts, Pumps, Agricultural Products, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning related things and more and recruit mechanical engineers for a wide range of their operations.

5. TATA Group

Besides the recent issues, Tata group, is yet a popular business group in India and holds the top position among mechanical engineering businesses In India. They are one of most known business groups in the world. Tata Group was founded in 1868 by Jamsetji Tata as a trading company. Now it operates in more than 80 countries across 6 continents. Tata receives more than 58% of its revenue from overseas. In their recruitment for engineers, mechanical engineers belong to a major part and they recruit engineers for most of their mechanical engineering operations.

So now we conclude the discussion.

Are you looking for CAD CAM certification in Pune? Well if you want to do CAD CAM training courses, then our CRB Tech Solutions has a nice name in this field for you to take up for enhancing your skill in AutoCAD programs and grow in your career. Our CAD CAM courses are much upgraded and our CAD CAM institute has earned a niche for itself.

We also offer mechanical design engineer courses with our a well structured program in view of offering CAD CAM training for mechanical engineering students

So if you are looking good opportunities for CAD Cam jobs, join our CAE Institute in Pune which gives the best cad training courses through our mechanical design engineering courses.

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Overview About CAD-CAM

CAD-CAM (Computer Aided Design – Computer Aided Manufacturing) software is popularly used for drawing 2D & 3D shapes, things which will later get translated into a machine language such as G-Code. This numeric code is then sent to a milling machine or a lathe typically through an RS 232 Communications cable. CAD design software in today’s market is very much capable than some 10 years ago. Originally, drafting software was primarily 2 D till the 1980’s when solid modelling technology became available for personal computers. Complete assembly models can be constructed piece by piece as 3D models and assembled within the software interface. If one aspect of the model is altered, associated component models could be updated to properly reflect the change. Creating and editing solids and surfaces is much easier with a modern Parametric modelling solution.

Part shapes in CAD can be sketched using geometry concepts such as lines, points and circles, often to design 2d part shapes for machining. Basically CAD design software will permit the creation of surfaces; 3d helps that define the shape and can then be used in CAM for the CNC machine processing’s. Modern CAD software allows for the creation of parts that are used in 2, 3, 4 & 5 Axis CNC machining.

Again, the term “CAM” is used in manufacturing industry to define the Computer Aided Manufacturing or Machining process. This is after a CAD design has been completed and CAM programming is required to actually process the CAD model into a usable machine language (say G-code) that can be used by a CNC milling machine or a lathe for machining.

Post processing in CAD-CAM permits a Milling system to write tool path and NC programs for CNC Routers, Waterjets, Plasma, Burning and Laser machine tools. The language is often referred to as “G-Code”. Before a CAD model can be turned into this machine language, the CAM software must be programmed to calculate cutting paths in which the tools that are being used will take to remove excess material and produce a part.

The CAM software must determine where these tools will require cutting and at what cutting feeds and speeds. CAM software allows an operator to input tool data or select tools from a library within the software, manage and choose materials and create optimized “tool path” for machining the mentioned model for CAD part. The subjects revolving around CAD/CAM Tool path are vast as there are many styles of tool path that are utilised in many circumstances.

There are many different types on CNC machines that are used in manufacturing parts. The CAM software converts the machine tool path and all of the other information through Post Processor in order to develop an exact style of NC Code that the specific machine tool will understand.

We conclude for now. Hope the discussion was helpful.

If you are looking for CATIA training in Pune  and want to do a CAE course in Pune, then our CRB Tech Solutions has a nice name among a few CAE Institute in Pune. Our organization will help you enhancing your skill set in CAD Training course  and you can enjoy your career.

Our CAD/CAM training center  gives the best mechanical projects through our mechanical design engineering courses.

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CAD CAM Training and Placement Course

We Help You Decide….Excel….Succeed

Learning a CAD/CAM system is not only a difficult task but tedious too. And with so many contemporaries you really need to have something extra in you to get you that dream job. And with CRB Tech training options, it is easy and helpful! Among the other CAD CAM training centers in Pune that offer mechanical design courses, one of the best CAD CAM institute is CRB Tech Solutions. We offer real time and focused CAD training program.

CRB Tech Solutions provide comprehensive and advanced mechanical engineering training courses which are industry oriented and updated as per the need of modern technologies. The course syllabus has been mentioned in details below.

On successful completion of the courses, recruitment assistance is also given to the students. The courses offer you the opportunity to expertise and help you get a job. With these comprehensive training courses students can work as service or maintenance technicians.

The CRB Tech Solutions combine traditional values with modern technology to offer you quality education at the optimum level. Our tie-up with leading manufacturing companies of India ensures that the training provided by us matches the requirement of the industry.

CRB Tech Solutions provide the best 4 Months Industrial Training opportunity for Mechanical Engineering Students.


Our program is a
job oriented training program and after completion, Mechanical engineers can start their career as a Mechanical Plant Design Engineer, Power Plant Engineer, Project Engineer, Consultant Engineer, CAD/CAM Engineer, Maintenance Engineer or Production Engineer.

Eligibility Requirements

Any graduates

Mode of training

Class room training

  • 4 Months Job oriented Internship Program
  • Training and Internship in Solidwork, Catia V5 and Creo 2.0
  • Access to live projects in Pune

Payment options:

With credit card & debit card, payment options for fees is flexible.

What sets up apart?

100 % placement guarantee on paper

We offer conditional offer letter, i.e. LOI from our clients

Unlimited placement calls for both alumni and freshers

Known for best walk-in drives.

Placement with lifetime support.

Guided by very talented corporate expertise faculties.

Train in German language.

Personality development training which will benefit you in developing soft skills hat would help you in cracking interviews which are very important in standing up among other contemporary candidates in competitions.

95% practically oriented training sessions.

A Training Program tailored for you:

Detailed and expertise training is additionally offered alongside customized technical training to guarantee the general development of the students.

Foremost curriculum: The modules of CAE Training Program are upgraded and redesigned on a periodical basis by our industry expert.

Guidance from professionals of the field

Campus drives take place regularly: We have enlistment programs where a large number of our placement clients visit our organization, regularly.

Aptitude training and interviews: Training in aptitude is a part of the syllabus as it enables you to successfully overcome the hardest of the aptitude tests, which you would face in the interviews. Mock interviews are taken to acquaint the students with real mechanical processes in ongoing research labs with an efficient study team, such that they can face real interviews with more confidence.

Computer lab, course material, live projects.

Rules, and Regulations:

A must 90% classroom attendance.

Proper dress code in the class.

Earn a support amount with no burden of fees.

Course Outline

Introduction to Mechanical engineering

  • Elements in engineering drawing
  • Different types of symbol used in engineering
  • introduction to GD&T
  • Visualisation practices
  • interpritations of 2D to isometric drawing
  • machining methodology.
  • Introduction of Auto cad
  • Text And Multiladder
  • Hatching
  • Block & Attributes
  • Orthographic Projections
  • Assembly drawing

Introduction to Creo 2.0

  • History, Advantages and Applications
  • Introduction to GUI OF Creo
  • Sketcher Workbench
  • Part Modelling
  • Assemby Modelling
  • Wireframe & Surface Modelling
  • Sheet Metal Modelling
  • Drafting & Detailing Workbench

Introduction to Solidworks

  • Sketcher
  • Part Modelling
  • Assembly
  • Surface
  • Sheetmetal
  • Drafting

Course for General Aptitude

  • Percentages Profit And Loss
  • Number System
  • Simple Interest Compound Interest
  • Permutation And Combination
  • Probability
  • Number Series
  • Coding Decoding
  • Blood Relation
  • Puzzle-Based Problems

CAD CAM Certification

Certification is presented to candidates only on successful completion of the course and after having paid all the dues with about 90% attendance.

The management reserves the rights to change, delete, amend or modify its rules & regulations and schedules if a need arises and this will be applied to all the currently enrolled candidates in the ongoing program of CAD Cam Training.

CRB Tech Solutions reserve the right to update the programs through changes in title, contents, and structure.

There might be changes in the schedule, postponement and cancellations of the sessions conducted in classes.

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In Many Ways CADCAM Press Is Losing Eminence!

What is objective writing?…Well being true in your words, not doing product fanboi’s and giving honest review. But no sooner one is paid for their writing, there starts pretend journalism and faux news and the hope of being objective about the subjects you pen. There is no way you cankeep that advertising revenue and tell the whole truth about the product you are reviewing.

This write up is for those who wants honest opinion on CAD/CAM. Some discontent can be shown owing to the products’ limitations and by those who for years have written absolute rubbish articles on CADCAM… especially CAM.

Rhino CAM

A video has been circulating that tells about Rhino done by Adam OHern who goes by the name of Cadjunkie. It was done a few years ago and it really takes the point that Rhino solids and filleting sucks! In the video Ohern claims that he can’t use Rhino without SpaceClaim. Adam’s got that right because it’s absolutely ridiculous that after all these years yet , Rhino still doesn’t have decent solids or decent filleting.

Creo Parametric

As per CAD/CAM press, Creo Parametric has been reported as being a total redo of Pro/E Wildfire with a new easy to use Windows Ribbon user interface. But was that the truth?…Nope!

Creo Parmetric user interface is a little more than a cosmetic rehab of Pro/E Wildfire, which in turn itself was a cosmetic rehab of Pro/E.

Once again PTC couldn’t deliver what they promised to deliver with Creo.

In truth the CREO Parametric still has tons of UNIX based menus in it. Can check out from web sources.

SolidWorks Blogs Are Dying

With the dying SolidWorks blogs and the leading SolidWorks “fog blog” that Matt Lombard runs is ruining the CAD/CAM stories. The fog blog is stale because of Matt’s censorship and besides being an arrogant and pompous; he’s a manufacturing blockhead. Several SolidWorks users posting to SolidWorks own forum have pointed this out to Lombard. His advice is to go to his own fog blog and rant and rave in an environment where the control in his hands.

For years Matt Lombard touted Mastercam as the leading solution for CAM programming on Usenet despite the fact that he doesn’t have any real machining experience and couldn’t machine his way out of a paper bag if he tried. The reality is that Mastercam is a cobbled together legacy code product with tons of problems and is no close to market leading technology. Mastercam is currently being dumped by long time Mastercam customers who’ve had enough of the bugs that never got fixed, the horrible treatment they recieve from CNC Software where the dealer always comes before the end user, etc.

On the SolidWorks’ fog blogs like that of Matt Lombards’, products that are much more advanced than Solidworks, like Missler’s TopSolid CADCAM 7, with its built in PDM, good configurations, their own 2D and 3D constraint manager, etc. don’t ever get discussed.

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Augmented Reality (AR) Is The Future Of CAD Design

Virtual and Augmented reality technologies are starting to revolutionize compound product development and production processes. It’s an exciting area influencing many high-tech industries at the moment, but increasingly dribbling down the supply chain to Small and Medium-sized enterprises(SMEs) too.

Virtual and Augmented Reality:

In the pretext of manufacturing and product design, Virtual Reality (VR) digitally simulates a product or environment, as the user is able to interact and immerse themselves within it. Whereas with Augmented Reality (AR) the digital product is projected on to the real world background, unlike a digitally simulated one like VR.

Virtual reality (VR) was conceptualized since the 1950s. The idea that someone could connect to a machine and view a unending screen was fascinating. It held the promise of transporting people to new places where they could listen to a concert, view art,or have any number of other experiences without the burden of traveling.

Unfortunately, owing to it’s rudimentary nature; when VR made its way into consumer households in the early 90s via computers and gaming systems, couldn’t make much impact. In words of Matthew Schnipper though a true believer could immerse him or herself in the roughly built digital landscape, the gulf between that crude digital experience and the powerful subtly of real life was too great. In other words,the vision simply did not match the methods.

Though VR quietly went away, the concept was not forgotten. It was in 2012 the idea again gained mainstream owing to the creativity of Palmer Luckey, a young man who developed a homemade headset called Oculus Rift. The popular culture awareness of VR was fueled by Oculus Rift’s popular and successful Kickstarter campaign, and Facebook’s $2 billion purchase of the company in 2014.

What makes the Oculus Rift different from early predecessors is its high-resolution display, wide field of view and ultra-low latency head tracking. This means the graphics are very smooth and the user is less likely to experience aversion. These advances have led to the technology that energize the Samsung Gear VR, and the company also started accepting pre-orders for the Rift, which works with the Xbox One and gaming PCs.

All of this is great news if you’re a passionate gamer, but what about the applications for CAD design?

Virtual and Augmented Reality for Design Development

From a product development perspectives VR and AR help to refine and optimize designs at an early stage. Concepts and options can be reviewed and modified quickly. Digital models can also be virtually tested, analyzed and triggered with tools like FEA and CFD. The result is rapid repetition design cycles and ultimately great products.

VR and AR make animated simulations possible. This is invaluable if you are serious about understanding how products will be used, with factors like access, look, ergonomics and feel coming into the scene. Anybody can understand a life-like simulation, whereas 2D engineering drawings and more complex 3D models can be difficult to interpret if you don’t have a technical background.

Ultimately VR and AR help communication and buy-in during product development. The result is a reduced technical risk and with a greater probability components and products.

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6 Career Boosting Resources For CAD Professionals

Everyday it’s not easy to find creativity, purpose or motivation in the work we perform. The only solution to this problem is to learn new skills and remain updated. Continuous education not only helps us discover our passion, it will also enhance our knowledge.

So consistent learning and up gradation of the skill set wile make you a more valuable employee to your company. It might even lead to good books from potential employers.

Whether you have handful of minutes or ample of hours, the following five resources offer something for everyone:

1. Gain New Skills With Free Tutorials

A fantastic online source is 3dtotal.com for those who are interested in enhancing skill or interested in picking up a few new tricks. The site offers hundreds of tutorials, which you can sort by skill level , software type and technique.

Software options include 3ds Max, Maya ,LightWave, CINEMA 4D, Photoshop and many more. Learn techniques such as lighting ,animation,post-production modeling and texturing.

2. Search for Vendor Training

No one wants you to more successful than the companies who create the software you use every day. Look to their websites for training and certifications. PTC, SOLIDWORKS and Autodesk; all offer educational resources and cad tutorials

3. Webinars Offer Great Perception

No time to read a book or take a course?……You have a webinar is a quick way to learn new ideas. Mostly they last about an hour and there is usually an opportunity to ask questions at the end. 3ds CATIA offers several Webinars on their resources page and Siemens PLM, makers of NX, has a huge archive of Webinars that is easily search-able by product.

4. Learn The Design Business

Being a great designer is about more than just design. Mike Monteiro’s book Design Is A Job offers valuable idea about how to navigate the business side of being a successful designer.

This book is easy to follow and a must-read for all aspiring designers.

5. Advance Your Talent With Efficient Training

Lynda.com which has been recently acquired by LinkedIn, is an education company that offers video courses to online subscribers who pay a monthly fee of $24.99. You can easily sort the sourse of your choice by skill level, subject and instructor. Examples Some of the available trainings include:

  • SOLIDWORKS tutorials
  • Autodesk Inventor tutorials

6. YouTube Videos Are Of Immense Help

YouTube holds a large number of useful tutorials, and they are not just limited to video games. Find some relevant channels and subscribe to email updates for a regular stream of great training and educational content. Following are some channels to consider:

  • Siemens PLM
  • Ally PLM
  • Dassault Systemes
  • CAD Tutorial
  • TFI CAD Tips and Tricks
  • MH Tutorials
  • Design & Motion

Learning Is A Lifelong Process!

As the industry is evolving with time, so should your skills. Reading books, taking courses and applying lessons learned to the work you do every day will increase your value and maintain your significance.

The Creativity Handbook for 3D Professionals is another valuable resource to get started with your creativity.

So gear up for self enhancement today!

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3 CAD Trends That Could Rock 2016

We all take New Year’s resolutions but that goes in vogue always:exercise regularly, eat healthy or any thing.

And the CAD industry is no different. It resolves to do better work. Improve productivity. Develop and experiment with new technologies. Most important, the resolutions are to improve lives and businesses with new creations.

But we think 2016 is going to be the best year till date. There are several CAD trends on the horizon that will impact both business and this year. And each one presents a new opportunity to change the world with CAD.

CAD is an ever changing technology that is very essential to every mechanical engineer, designer and drafters. It’s important to stay updated on the latest trends:

 

1. Internet of Things (IoT)

The Internet of Things (IoT) refer to billions of Internet-connected devices. The IoT calls upon wireless sensors that continuously monitor the operation of all types of machines irrespective of their location, and then aggregates the data such that it can be broken out and analyzed to discover trends and make conclusions that can’t be drawn from local data.

Cisco estimates over 50 billion devices will come online by 2020. This includes devices in industrial factories and sites.

But it will likely affect engineers more than most. Once factories and facilities come online, massive new efficiencies come online, too. New threats and challenges will also appear. Cybersecurity is one of the primary dangers; when everything gets connected, everything becomes vulnerable.

These considerations will change how engineers work on-site. But the full IoT transition will take some time. 2016 would end with a new revolution!

2. 3D Printed Buildings

its came in news that that a 3D printer could create an entire building. Truth is that they are used to construct entire apartment blocks. The method prints buildings fast, is cheap and more eco-friendly than some conventional methods.

There’s a high need for big 3D printers. They make housing easier for more customers and builders in populated areas. So could 2016 be the year of 3D construction firms!

3. Upstart Tech

It seems CAD software is changing. Established companies have released a few cutting-edge cloud and collaborative solutions. But innovation are not only coming from the big CAD players.

Startups are trying to figure out how CAD works and how we work with CAD. The most exciting one is Onshape—- only full-cloud CAD solution available. It’s just one of many upstarts. But the fact is that it’s founded and backed by a former SOLIDWORKS alumni.

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Illinois Manufacturer Uses CAD-CAM Technology To Increase Quality , Production & Profitability

KPI Machining, Sheridan Illinois in order to stay productive and profitable in their CNC machining while providing quality parts, took to CAD/CAM technology to give them an edge.

KPI Machining is a job shop that produces CNC milled and CNC turned components with an importance on producing low quantity orders (1-500 parts).

When KPI turned to technology to help them succeed they found BobCAD-CAM for CNC programming software. KPI now uses the BobCAD-CAM Mill Pro and Lathe CAD/CAM to design and produce parts ,fixtures and their tooling.

KPI Machining reported that they rely on BobCAD-CAM for accurate 3D milling for solid modeling and programming of complex geometry for their CNC lathe. Obtaining a cycle time from a machining simulation allows them to more accurately quote parts. they also use BobCAD-CAM to produce technical sketches for customer verification and procurement of outsourced services.

The CAM software gave them all of the high speed elements they needed without having to spend much. Cutting tools included a 1/2-inch XPVS500-030 carbide end mill from Supermill. The part was machined at 2250 RPM, 56 IPM on the initial test run with an 8% climb step-over, 8% conventional step-over and 1 inch engagement. The Initial run came in at 3.3 lbs removed in 6.8 minutes and the same roughing tool was used to machine over 55 parts!

The same tool was being used for roughing the next operation. But KPI preferred to use the 1/2-Inch cutting tool since this component required that size or less for finishing as well as that the tool cost $65 and it can be sharpened again by the manufacturer, then the BobCAD toolpath can quickly be re-programmed to use the re-sharpened cutter. Hence saving them more money. They prefer not to implement a variety of different type roughing tools on such a low quantity run as this is equivalent to less money in the job, less setup/programming and operator intervention.

KPI reported that the Adaptive Roughing function is surprisingly easy to program and takes no longer than a drilling operation to setup. No chirping in corners equals maximum tool life for carbide, and no unforeseen gouges in the part from tool deflection in corners.

Very consistent finishing stock is left all around the part even without an additional profile pass to clean up. Negligible spindle load or axis load is easy on the machinery and this is inevitably easy on the companies maintenance costs.

KPI Machining can depend on BobCAD-CAM Mill Pro and Lathe software to get parts out the door by taking full advantage of the software’s ability; 2D drawing, 3D modeling, and providing a variety of toolpath options that give an edge in the their market.

The toolpath capability BobCAD-CAM provides allows KPI to manufacture complicated parts, fixtures and tooling easily and efficiently. It seems part families and component design changes are no more an issue for KPI due to the software’s structure.

 

If something changes on a part, they simply re-sektch, select and compute them again, the toolpath due to the ability to associate the part model to the CAM Tree. Another huge advantage is getting the choice to name and then save individual machining features for later use. The 3D simulation is extremely remarkable in the fact that it shows an actual tool holder geometry, tool protrusion and length of cut of the tool. One can observe problem areas in his program before the code ever gets posted.

In words of Eric Pine, Production Manager in KPI Machining in Sheridan Illinois BobCAD-CAM is the foundation of their working.

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Drilling Machine…. Its Working And Types

The drilling machine or drill press is one of the most common and useful machine used in industries for producing, forming and finishing holes in a work piece. The unit need to consist of:

1. A spindle which turns the drill which can be progressed in the workpiece either automatically or by hand.

2. A work table holds the workpiece rigidly in position.

Working principle:

Though holes can be made by some other machine tools or machines but drilling can be done very easily and at low cost in a shorter duration. A mark is made at the specific location with a center punch. The rotating edge of the drill exerts a large force on the workpiece and the hole is created. The removal of metal in a drilling operation is by shearing and extrusion.

Grooving:

It is the process of cutting a narrow groove on the exterior of the work piece. Its usually done at the end of a thread or near the shoulder to leave a small margin. The groove might be in many shapes square, radial or beveled.

Undercutting:

It is done at the end of a hole near the shoulder of stepped cylindrical surfaces and at the end of threaded portion in bolts. Its a process of increasing the diameter if done internally and reducing the diameter when done externally over a short length. Boring and parting tools are used for this operation.

Types of Drilling Machines:

1) Based on construction:

Portable,

Sensitive,

Radial,

up-right,

Gang,

Multi-spindle

2) Based on Feed:

Hand driven

Power driven

Components :

Spindle

The spindle holds the drill and revolves in a fixed position in a sleeve.

Sleeve

Feed pressure is given to the sleeve by hand or power and cause the revolving drill to cut its way into the work a fraction of an mm per revolution.

Column

The column supports the assembly of the head and the sleeve.

Head

The head of the drilling machine consists of a spindle,sleeve, an electric motor and a feed mechanism. The head is secured to the column.

Worktable

It is supported on an arm mounted to the column. This can be adjusted in vertical mode to accommodate different heights of work.

Base

The base of the drilling machine supports the complete machine and when secured to the floor, provides for vibration-free operation and best machining accuracy.

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