Mechanical Engineering (Tool & Die)

Diploma in Mechanical engineering (tool and die) is the branch of engineering that applies the principles of physics and material science for analysis, design, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical system. It involves the production and usage of making design for the tool, production and operation of machines. This field requires an understanding of core concepts including mechanics, Thermodynamics, Material science, Jigs and fixtures, Press tools, Forging dies and Plastic Engineering. Tool and Die Engineers use these core principles along with the tools like computer aided manufacturing, computer integrated manufacturing, and Product life cycle management to design and analyze plants, equipments and machinery.

Functions

It includes measuring out the design on the raw material (usually metal), then cut it to size and shape using manually controlled machine tools (such as lathes, milling machines, grinding machines and jig grinders) and hand tools (such as files, hones and stones). Computer-aided-design and Computer-aided machining are also used to perform these tasks
Using common tools like metal forming rolls, lathe bits, milling cutters and form tools for production of products.
Using precision fixturing or machine tools to manufacture, hold or test products during their fabrication
Making punches, dies, steel rule dies and die sets

Students get plenty of hands-on experience in the shop, as well as supporting courses such as:

Precision machining theory
Mechanical drafting
Computer-aided drafting (CAD)
CNC manual part programming
CNC computerized programming
Trade calculations
Workplace safety

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