IMTMA Training Centre

Hands-on training in Co-ordinate Measuring Machines (CMMs)

Date : 17 to 21 December, 2018

@ BIEC, 10th Mile, Tumkur Road, Madavara Post, Bangalore

Introduction

In the modern manufacturing environment, process control and quality assurance depend increasingly on the performance of Co-ordinate measuring machines. Today CMMs have replaced traditional methods of inspection with gages and fixtures thus reducing the time and manpower required in quality control operations. However, thorough understanding of concepts, measuring uncertainty, GD&T, right probing method are very crucial for getting reliable results from any CMM.

Rapid growth of CMM population all over India has subsequently generated enormous demand of Trained / Skilled engineers for successful & meaningful handling inspection challenges. This can be achieved only if the CMM engineer possesses basic engineering knowledge, Inspection skills and has a logical and analytical approach to fulfill the task.

Keeping this in view, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) is organizing a comprehensive course with Hands-on training in Co-ordinate Measuring Machines (CMMs) on 17 - 21 October 2018 at Bangalore. This course will cover in detail about all the aspects a practicing CMM engineer requires to know for effective use of CMM for reliable measurement results. Hands-on training in CMM with live measurement exercises of industry components will be given more emphasis.

Focus Areas



  • Introduction to CMM and Proper use of CMM
    • Types of CMMs – Cantilever, Bridge, Gantry & Portable CMMs.
    • Types of Probes, Probe Heads & Styli. Advantages & Limitations
    • Interpretation of Measuring Uncertainty; International Standards & Norms
    • Environmental conditions, specifications, their Importance and effect on measurements.
    • Calibration of a CMM, Frequency & Methods.
  • GD&T – Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing
    • Specifying and Interpreting GD&T parameters in Engineering Drawing
    • Meaning of RFS, MMC and LMC conditions
    • Measurement of Form, Orientation, Location and Profile tolerances in CMM
    • Exercises and Sample drawings for arriving at right inspection procedure
  • Using CMM for Dimensional checking and validation
    • Importance & Dynamics of Probing system; Selection of right probing system
    • Mounting probe head and fixing styli
    • Configuring probes (Styli), Calibration with Master Sphere
    • Basic Geometric Elements & their Classification.
    • Lines & Vectors (I, J, K), Directional Cosines their definitions and application in programming.
    • Computing geometric elements – Manually & in Auto Mode.
    • Understanding adequacy of number of points, effect on element computation & result output.
    • Methods of component alignment & Logical Approach
    • Hands-on practice  / Group exercises in measuring Industry parts.
  • User Interface – PCDMIS
    • Standard menus of the start up screen; Use of Edit, Graphics & Report windows.
    • Setting up inspection plan of a component.
    • Loading and Calibrating various probe combinations.
    • Setting up a New-Part Program, Defaults & Customised operations.
    • Using Manual, Auto & Constructed features / Elements and other tools.
    • Out put of Inspection report and interpreting reports
  • Advanced options in using CMM
    • Programming and Using CMM in AUTO mode / DCC operations, movements & precautions
    • Importance of defining clearance planes for avoiding collision
    • Understanding Limitations of computing Form errors. (Flatness, Circularity, Cylindricity etc.)
    • Inserting & Using CAD Model for component programming.
  • Usage of Interchangeable clamping systems for quick set up of parts
  • Do's & Don'ts while using CMMs
  • Case Studies & Group Discussions
  • Hands – on practice and Group exercises on CMM.

Key Take Aways



After undergoing the programme, the participants will be able to -

  1. Learn operation of CNC CMM for dimensional measurements through hands-on training
  2. Perform Part alignment and Probe calibration in CMM
  3. Understand the various GD&T parameters and interpret them as given in Drawing
  4. Inspect GD&T parameters in CMM and to generate part inspection reports
  5. Learn best measuring practices as well as Do’s and Don’ts while using CMMs

Participation Fee



Rs. 10000/-

IMTMA Members / Micro Companies / Individual

Rs. 11000/-

IMTMA Non Members

+18% GST

Group Concession : 10% for 3 to 5 and 20% for 6 and more delegates being nominated from the same company

Special concession available for Faculty & Students from engineering colleges

(subject to availability of seats)



Participant Profile

This course will benefit Managers, Engineers & Supervisory personnel responsible for obtaining the best output from Co-ordinate Measuring Machines. Practicing engineers in quality and production functions from Machine Tool, Automobile, Tool room, General engineering and other capital goods manufacturing industries will immensely benefit from the contents. It will be specifically useful for Existing CMM engineers who may have faced significant problems in day to day applications And also for New CMM engineers who may have lot of doubts / grey areas on CMM applications and right ways of using CMM.

Pre-requisite: Participants should have basic operational knowledge of Co-ordinate Measuring Machines and be able to read engineering drawings.


Faculty

This course will be conducted by Industry experts from IMTMA Technology Centre and Hexagon Metrology India.

The course will be practical oriented and highly interactive where participants can clear their doubts with regard to correct measurement procedure for specific components from their industry.


Participants Feedback

The programme has been managed very professionally and participant’s requirements has been taken care. Very happy to be part of the training programme. - Mr. R. Rajendra, Associate Professor, Osmania University Hyderabad

The training programme is very helpful to me. I have now improved more in GD&T concept. The CMM theory with practical also more helpful for next process of operating onwards in our company. 
Mr. Omkar Chougla, Engineer, Aequs Pvt. Ltd.


Industries Participated

The previous programmes have been well received by delegates from Bajaj Auto, Durga Bearings, GWASF Quality Castings, John Crane Sealing Systems India, Osmania University, Pitti Laminations, Pranita Engineering Solutions, QuEST Machining & Manufacturing, UCAM, etc.


For Registration Contact

Vinay Kumar

Programme Co-ordinator

Telephone :   080 66246761
Mobile :   8147559749
Email :   vinay@imtma.in

REGISTRATION : Prior registration for participation is necessary. Number of participants is limited and will be accepted on ‘First Come First Serve’ basis. A Certificate of participation will be issued to participants.

Important Information : Participation fee includes, course material, working lunch and tea / coffee. Interested companies are requested to register online by clicking on 'REGISTER' button and by filling up the nomination authority and participant's details in specified form.

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