IMTMA Training Centre

About IMTMA Training

The training programmes by the Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association is a sincere effort towards the knowledge upgradation and skill development in the country.

Since Learning & Development is very crucial for industries to enhance competitiveness in manufacturing, we empower the industry professionals and fresh engineers with the latest technological developments through various training sessions, workshops and seminars.

IMTMA Technology Centres are established in Bengaluru, Pune and Gurugram with the aim of catering to the requirement of the industry across India. While Bengaluru and Pune have both Productivity Institute and Design Institute, Gurugram hosts Design Institute.


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Upcoming Programmes



CNC Programming - Turning Centres

14 to 16 April, 2021
Online from 1000 Hrs to 1300 Hrs

CNC Turning is one of the major manufacturing processes in which cylindrical bars of material are held in a chuck and rotated while a tool is fed to the piece to remove material to create the desired shape. CNC lathes or turning centres have tooling mounted on a turret. Turning Centres perform rotating spindle operations.CNC machines have become the order of the day in every manufacturing industry. These applications are wide spread in mass production units, batch production as well as tool room industries. Thorough understanding of Programming and Operation of the CNC machines is a must in order to realize the maximum output. Keeping this in view, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) is organising an online programme on "CNC Programming - Turning Centre".

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8D Problem Solving Methodology

14 April, 2021
Online from 1400 Hrs to 1700 Hrs

8D Problem Solving Process, also known as TOPS – Team Oriented Problem Solving Methodology, is a team oriented approach to solving critical problems in the production process. Goals of this method are to find the root cause of the problem using statistical tools, develop containment actions to protect the customer and take preventive actions to prevent recurrence of the problem. This method was developed by FORD MOTOR COMPANY in 1987 and comprises 8 steps, and follows the PDCA logic. FORD refers to their current variant as G8D (Global 8D). The Ford 8D manual is extensive and covers chapter by chapter how to go about addressing, quantifying and resolving engineering issues. 8D Problem Solving begins with a cross functional team and concludes with a successful demonstrated resolution of the problem. Keeping this in mind, IMTMA is offering a 3 hour online program of 8D Problem Solving Methodology.

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Selection of Cutting Tools for CNC Machining Centre Applications (Milling and Hole Making Operations)

15 to 16 April, 2021
Online from 1400 Hrs to 1700 Hrs

Milling and hole making operations are an integral part of all metal cutting operations. While using a precision machine tool such as a CNC Machining centre for complex milling and hole making operations, selection of the right cutting tools for the operations is equally critical to produce a quality machined part. Selection of the right cutting tools can result in optimization of cycle time, reduce risks of errors in machining, manage tool costs better and result in production of a high quality part. Keeping this in view, IMTMA is organising an online training on Selection of Cutting Tools for CNC Machining Centre Applications (Milling and Hole Making Operations).

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Calibration of Dimensional Measuring instruments and Evaluation of Measurement uncertainties

15 to 16 April, 2021
Online from 1400 Hrs to 1700 Hrs

In any manufacturing activity, obtaining credible, dependable, correct and traceable measurements is one of the basic requirements in order to achieve required levels of product quality. No measurement is exact and every measurement is subject to some uncertainty. 'Uncertainty of measurement' is the doubt that exists about the result of any measurement. A measured value is only complete if it is accompanied by a statement of associated uncertainty. Measurement uncertainties can occur from the measuring instrument, from the part/component being measured, from environment, from the operator, and/or from other sources. Use of good practices such as reliable calibration equipment, traceable reference standards, careful calibration process, correct evaluation, good record keeping etc, can reduce measurement uncertainties. Keeping this in view, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) is organizing a 2 day on-line programme on “Calibration of Dimensional Measuring Instruments & Evaluation of Uncertainty”. This webinar is designed to expose participants not only to the concepts of measurement uncertainty, but also provides an understanding of how to actually estimate the measurement uncertainty for different types of measurements.

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Electrical Engineering Fundamentals for Non-Electrical Engineers

19 to 20 April, 2021
Online from 1400 Hrs to 1700 Hrs

Electricity is an energy that is a vital part of any industrial setup. From an office to a boiler or any machinery, everything runs on electricity. Hence the knowledge of electrical engineering becomes imperative for successful utilization of electrical energy and operation of electrical equipment. As a non-electrical engineer, you may want to broaden your perspective on different areas of electrical engineering, ensure that the gaps in your understanding of electrical aspects are filled, and thereby work seamlessly with electrical technicians/support personnel. Keeping this in mind, IMTMA has planned this program is aimed at covering Electrical engineering fundamentals for non-electrical engineers.

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Surface Plating and Protection Technology

19 to 20 April, 2021
Online from 1330 Hrs to 1630 Hrs

In today’s manufacturing scenario, shortage of raw material & power, meeting quality with consistency in quality norms and increasing pressure to reduce costs are the order of the day. Besides these business challenges, surface finish, an important manufacturing process contributes significantly to the costs. During finishing of parts, Surface plating techniques such as ‘Electroplating, application’ is possibly the most troubled issue. Lack of knowledge in Surface plating and protection technology leads to high rework and rejection rates in-house & as well as from outside vendors. Hence it is important to follow the right techniques to achieve surface finish of acceptable quality. Future of Indian Industry appears bright, and the demand for INDIAN products is expected to grow exponentially. To grab global opportunities, better quality will be the key. Hence this training program is aimed at educating and upgrading the existing workforce on latest plating techniques, which is going to be the need of the hour. Keeping this in view, IMTMA is organising an online training on Surface Plating and Protection Technology.

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Bengaluru

IMTMA Technology Centre
(BIEC)10th Mile, Tumkur Road, Madavara Bengaluru - 562 123

Email : info@imtmatraining.in
Phone : +91 80 6624 6600

Gurugram

IMTMA Technology Centre
Plot no. 249 F, Phase IV, Udyog vihar Sector - 18, Gurugram - 122 015

Email : info@imtmatraining.in
Phone : +91 124 4014 101

Pune

IMTMA Technology Centre
12/5, D-1 Block MIDC Chinchwad
Pune - 411 019

Email : info@imtmatraining.in
Phone : +91 7066030531 / 532

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