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June, 2022

Free Webinar On Statistical Process Control - One Step towards World Class Manufacturing

Date : 29 June, 2022
Time : 1100 - 1200 Hrs

Every company aspires to be a World Class Manufacturer. Quality and Cost Management are keys to achieve this aspiration. SPC or Statistical Process Control is a game changing tool for cost reduction. Applying SPC on a company’s processes provides significant insights into the process. For doing so, one needs to learn SPC techniques and apply them. Data generation and analysis is key to delivering a lean manufacturing set up, thereby optimizing the costs and maximizing the profits of an organization.


  • Introduction to SPC
  • How is SPC practiced
  • How SPC reduces process cost

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Faculty : Mr. Gautam Doshi

Mr. Gautam Doshi,Advisor at IMTMA. He is a B.Tech (Mech) and an industry expert with over 42 years of experience in Machine Tool and Automotive industry. He is a consultant/Advisor to reputed companies in the area of Productivity and Quality improvement. Mr. Doshi is former Vice President & Technical Director, PMT Machine Tool Automatics Ltd. Pune and has also served in Tata Motors for over 5 years. He is the author of several IMTMA publications such as ‘First Time CNC’, Guidelines on Process Capability to name a few.

(Seats are limited and confirmation is subject to availability of seats.)

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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Certified Lean Practitioner - Achieving MAXimum from MINimum (2-3 June 2022 And on 29-30 June 2022)

2 to 30 June 2022
Online from 1310 Hrs to 1730 Hrs

Lean is a systematic methodology with a focus on the Customer to separate Value-Added and Non-Value Added Activities ( Waste ), and then reduce and eliminate Waste in all processes. For a practitioner, it is a manufacturing system that allows minimal use of resources to produce defect free products in the shortest possible time with least amount of left over. In short ‘Maximum with Minimum’. Lean is a system that drives organization toward zero waste. It is called Lean because Lean system Needs less human effort to design, make and service products. Requires less investment for a given amount of production capacity. Creates products with fewer delivered defects and fewer in-process turn-backs. Utilizes fewer suppliers with higher skills. Goes from concept-to-launch, order-to-delivery and problem-to-repair in less time with less human effort. Could cost-effectively produce products in lower volume with wider variety to sustain pricing in the market while growing share. Needs less inventory at every step from order to delivery and in the service system. A Lean Manufacturing practicing organization will significantly improve its business and operational performance like Throughput, Quality, Delivery, Cost, Safety, Inventory Turns, Profitability, ROI and Cash Flow.  It is all the more imperative today when most of the organizations are concerned about Cost, Profitability and Cash Flow. Due to the multiple benefits and current pressing requirements, IMTMA is organizing a 20 Hrs Online Certification programme on ‘Lean Practitioner’

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Hands on Training on “Machine Tool Design – Special Purpose Machine (SPM)”

27 June to 20 August 2022
IMTMA Technology Centre, Bengaluru

Design engineering is one of the key functions in any product manufacturing industry. The solution in physical entity or form for any problem would be a reason for the development of products. Visualizing the product shape, kinematics, motions, selection of critical mechanical elements, optimization for cost, material, reliability, manufacturing, and assembly are the key skills for any machine designer. To become a successful designer, he needs to have a complete knowledge on manufacturing activities includes, including process, production, quality, assembly, and testing. In view of this, IMTMA Design Institute is organizing a comprehensive and hands-on training programme on Machine Tool Design – Special Purpose Machine for young engineers and fresh hires.

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Applying GD&T in Design through Manufacturing – Practical Workshop on What, Why and How?

27 to 29 June 2022
IMTMA Technology Centre, Bengaluru

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) system eliminates ambiguities in engineering drawings and brings out the designer's intent very clearly. It ensures seamless communication between design, engineering, manufacturing, and quality teams across the entire organization enabling them to work in a concurrent engineering environment. The application of the GD&T system helps to reduce manufacturing and inspection costs drastically. Many times, having GD&T symbols are understood, doubts prevail about the selection of datum and applying the right parameters during the design process. Selection of the right DRF, as well as GD&T parameters meeting the functionality and manufacturability requirements, is the key to successful design for higher reliability and at a low manufacturing cost. Keeping this in view, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) is organising a 5-day workshop on "Applying GD&T in Design through Manufacturing – What, Why and How?” with a practical approach par industry. All participants will be involved in three projects with a detailed study of design intent, selection of datum, and applying GD&T parameters for the various parts of the assembly based on the functional perspective.

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Machining Aerospace Materials – Challenges and Solutions

28 to 29 June 2022
Online from 1340 Hrs to 1700 Hrs

Aerospace component machining companies have many defence and commercial airline projects subcontracted to them by large global Aerospace majors. But machining shops, if caught in unfamiliar territory can get themselves into trouble when working on such complex projects. Machine shops new to aerospace machining should be aware of the risks, not just the rewards. Aerospace majors place the highest demands for quality and precision for all components sourced machining shops. If suppliers are not aware of the complexities of aerospace machining, they can be stuck in a contract which they find difficult to execute and potentially lose money every time they machine a part. Anyone looking at taking up machining of such complex aerospace materials may want to do a little more homework to fully understand the challenges before they get started. Hence it is critical is to plan exactly how to handle aerospace materials better and how to apply the right techniques for optimal machining.

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Cleaning of Machined Parts - Need, Process, Do's and Dont's

1 July 2022
Online from 1310 Hrs to 1730 Hrs

Owing to the constantly increasing requirements in terms of efficiency, quality and environmental protection, the cleaning of industrial parts has become absolutely essential in modern manufacturing processes. It is highly critical especially in case of automotive components, aerospace and medical implants. However, Parts cleaning is often the most ignored area in the production lines. Cleaning is commonly considered as non-value adding process; without evaluating the consequences of ignoring component cleaning. A successful cleaning process requires careful selection of both the cleaning chemistry and equipment. Cleaning process is influenced by various factors viz. manufacturing process, cleaning media, surrounding conditions, workpiece quality, parts handling, machine technology, testing process, etc. Keeping this in view, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) is organizing a webinar on “Cleaning of machined parts - Need, Process, Do's and Don’ts”.

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Defects Analysis and Troubleshooting of Castings

4 to 5 July 2022
Online from 1340 Hrs to 1700 Hrs

Metal casting is one of the oldest manufacturing process, which basically involves pouring molten metal into a mould cavity, where upon solidification it takes the shape of the cavity. Beauty of this process is, any complicated shape in any metal can be casted.Metal casting is a complicated process with many process variables. There are numerous opportunities for things to go wrong in a casting operation, resulting in quality defects in the product. A casting defect is an undesired irregularity in a metal casting process. Some defects can be tolerated while others can be repaired, otherwise they must be eliminated. It is a great challenge to work on casting defects and eliminate them. Keeping this in view, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) is organizing a 2 day programme on “Defect Analysis and Troubleshooting of Casting Defects”.

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