Project report
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 33

PROJECT REPORT PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 100 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

PROJECT REPORT. PROGRESSIVE TOOL. PROJECT MEMBERS. DINESHAN.N (LEADER) -TTC PRAMODHA LEONARLD -GNTC DEENADAYALAN.S -VTC MAHESH.G -ONTC. COMPONENT DRAWING. ASSEMBLY DRAWING. PART DRAWING. PART DRAWING. PART DRAWING. PART DRAWING. PART DRAWING.

Download Presentation

PROJECT REPORT

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Project report

PROJECTREPORT

PROGRESSIVETOOL


Project members

PROJECT MEMBERS

  • DINESHAN.N (LEADER) -TTC

  • PRAMODHA LEONARLD -GNTC

  • DEENADAYALAN.S -VTC

  • MAHESH.G -ONTC


Component drawing

COMPONENT DRAWING


Assembly drawing

ASSEMBLY DRAWING


Part drawing

PART DRAWING


Part drawing1

PART DRAWING


Part drawing2

PART DRAWING


Part drawing3

PART DRAWING


Part drawing4

PART DRAWING


Scope of the project

SCOPE OF THE PROJECT

As part of the faculty training program, to get hands on experience on design, planning, processing and inspection.


Process planning

PROCESS PLANNING

Without a proper planning things will never give a good result, so we started our project with a well organized planning.

Our planning includes

  • Macro planning

  • Micro planning


Macro planning

MACRO PLANNING

This planning enables us to get a clear idea about the process execution of the project from the beginning to the end.

Generally it is called as milestone planning.


Micro planning

MICRO PLANNING

This planning enables us to know about the element wise process and progress on each element

OPERATIONS PLANNED.

  • Milling

  • Turning

  • Grinding

  • Cylindrical grinding

  • Wire cutting

  • Bench work


Distribution of work

DISTRIBUTION OF WORK

To make our work easy and to get individual responsibility we distributed our work as follows:

Mr. Dineshan. N

  • Top plate

  • Bottom plate

  • Guide pillars

    4 Guide bushes


Distribution of work1

DISTRIBUTION OF WORK

Mr.Pramodha Leonarld

  • Punch holder

  • Blanking punch

  • Shank

  • Finger stopper


Distribution of work2

DISTRIBUTION OF WORK

Mr. Deenadayalan. S

  • Stripper plate

  • Piercing punch

  • Spacers

  • End stopper


Distribution of work3

DISTRIBUTION OF WORK

Mr. Mahesh. G

  • Die plate

  • Extension table

  • Piloting punch

  • Back plate


Manufacturing process

MANUFACTURING PROCESS

Element wise machining was carried out according to the micro planning with respect to the macro planning ie,

Thickness and reference grinding of all the plates were completed at the beginning

With respect to the reference sides tooling holes were made in all the plates.


Manufacturing process1

MANUFACTURING PROCESS

With respect to the tooling hole die set boring was carried out.

Based on the bore dimension guide pillars & guide bushes were ground to the required dimension.

Die set assembly was done according to the procedure.


Manufacturing process2

MANUFACTURING PROCESS

With respect to the tooling hole,H7 holes for piercing, piloting & wire entry hole for blank profile of punch holder, stripper plate & die plate was done.

Blank profile wire cutting was done in all the above mentioned plates.

Remaining relief holes were done in the drilling machine.

Blanking punch was made by profile milling on the CNC machine.


Manufacturing process3

MANUFACTURING PROCESS

Piercing and piloting punches were ground according to the requirement.

Element wise inspection was carried out after the machining and report was made.

Assembly was carried out according to the procedure.


Tooltrail

TOOLTRAIL

  • T0 TOOL trail was carried out on 2/2/2010 as per the macro plan.

  • Component dimension was found ok as per the drawing dimension

  • T1 Trial was conducted on 5/2/2010

    and the component was given to inspection dept- for final inspection and found it correct.


Inspection

INSPECTION

  • Element wise Inspection was carried out for each part after the operation.

  • Necessary Change was made to proceed to the other operation by considering the inspection reports.

  • Note:- Inspection was carried out from the machine itself before it was

    unclamped from the bed by our self.


Things gone right tgr

THINGS GONE RIGHT(TGR)

  • On time completion of die set assembly with required function

  • Manufacture of elements well within the requirement

  • On time completion of final assembly with proper functioning of the elements

  • On time submission of the sample


Things gone wrong tgw

THINGS GONE WRONG (TGW)

  • Hole in the top plate for fitting the bush is slightly deviated as per the drawing.

  • Spacer width is 0.8less according to the drawing so strip width is increased as per that.

  • A slight Fixed stopper mark is found on the strip after trials due to the pitch difference in the fixed stopper position.


Tangible gains

TANGIBLE GAINS

  • Macro planning

  • Micro planning

  • Follow up of the process

  • Man & machine management

  • Exposure on inspection

  • Trial & Trouble shooting


Intangible gains

INTANGIBLE GAINS

  • Team work

  • Leadership

  • Time consciousness

  • Communication skill

  • Presentation skill


Individual benefits

INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS

Dineshan.N

1)Learned more about the implementation of macro & micro planning

2)Got good team work

3)Support from all staff

4)Gained good knowledge about the working procedure of tool room

5)Gained good knowledge about the tool design theory and production


Individual benefits1

INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS

R.Premodha leonarld

1)Exposure on tooling.

2)Hands on experience on tool assembly.

3)Trouble shooting methods.

4)Exposure on new tooling materials, micro & macro planning.

5)Exposure on manufacturing process & inspection

6)Team work.


Individual benefits2

INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS

Deenadayalan.S

1)Exposure on micro & macro planning

2)Acquired knowledge about APQP techniques

3) Acquired knowledge about latest manufacturing process (modular tooling)

4)Latest tooling materials

5)Exposure on CNC & Wire EDM

6)Acquired knowledge about fine blanking


Individual benefits3

INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS

Mahesh.G

1)Knowledge on micro & macro planning.

2)Importance customer relationships.

3)Knowledge on modular tooling.

4)More knowledge on press tools from experienced faculties.

5)Team work.

6)Man & machine management.

7)Latest tooling materials.


Thank you

THANK YOU


  • Login