IMTMA Training Centre

Online Training on Mechatronics - Fundamentals and Core Concepts


Focus Areas

  • Fundamentals of Mechatronics
  • Mechanical Kinematics, elements, and assembly techniques
  • CNC system and PLC
  • Ball screws and Guideways
  • Pneumatics and Hydraulics
  • Importance of Mechanical elements and assembly
  • Industrial Sensors and its Connections to Controller
  • PLC & HMI programming
  • Servo Technology

Background

Mechatronics is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering that focuses on mechanical, electrical, and electronics engineering and also includes a combination of robotics, computer, and telecommunications systems. As we are aware any and every product these days, is built with this interdisciplinary engineering science and built more intelligence to performing their output without or with minimum intervention of humans.

This interdisciplinary concept brings up the importance of mechatronics, to prepare the engineers for these jobs, where they need to deal with mechanical, electrical, electronics and computers in product development of every domain.

Mechatronics is a step beyond mechanization, which makes use of high control capability devices used largely for efficient manufacturing or production processes. In order to understand the development, integration, and functioning of such systems, an engineer needs to have focussed skills in working with mechanical & electrical systems, programming industrial controllers, working with sensors, actuators, and industrial communication systems.

Keeping this in view, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) is organizing a 5-day training programme on “Mechatronics – Fundamentals & Core Concepts”.

Key Takeaways

After undergoing the program, the participants will be able to -

  • Understand fundamentals of Mechatronics system
  • Knowledge of Mechatronics elements
  • CNC controller, PLC, and communication
  • Know how on mechanical systems and their selection
  • Will Understand Standard Practices used to Plan/Build/Commission
  • Assembly techniques of mechanical and electrical systems

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