Course on Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing

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Computer-aided design and drafting involves creating computer models defined by geometrical parameters derived after the design analysis and evaluation process. Computer-aided manufacturing uses these geometrical design data to control automated machinery. Computer aided manufacturing systems are associated with computer numerical controller direct numerical control systems. Computer aided design and manufacturing is adopted to increase the productivity of the designer, improve the quality of design, improve communications through documentation and to create a database for manufacturing prototypes, finished products, and production of the actual product. An integrated CAD/CAM system offers one complete solution for design through manufacturing.

What Will You Learn?

  • Define Automation, CIM, CAD, CAM and explain the differences between these concepts. Solve simple problems of transformations of entities using computer.
  • Explain the basics of automated manufacturing system through mathematical models.
  • Analyse the automated flow lines to reduce time and enhance productivity.
  • Explain the use of different computer applications in manufacturing, and able to prepare part programs for simple jobs on CNC machine tools and robot programming.
  • Visualize and appreciate the modern trends in Manufacturing like additive manufacturing, Industry 4.0 and applications of Internet of Things leading to Smart Manufacturing.

Course Content

Introduction to CIM and Automation

  • Introduction to CIM and Automation: Automation in Production Systems, automated manufacturingsystems- types of automation, reasons for automating, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, computerized elements of a CIM system, CAD/CAM and CIM. Mathematical models and matrices: production rate, production capacity, utilization and availability, manufacturing lead time, work-in- process, numerical problems.

Automated Production Lines and Assembly Systems

CAD and Computer Graphics Software

Computerized Manufacture Planning and Control System

Flexible Manufacturing Systems

Line Balancing

Computer Numerical Control

Robot Technology

Robot Technology

Additive Manufacturing Systems

Future of Automated Factory

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