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 an 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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Our Clients



Numbers and People Speak for Us

93538

Mandays of Training

85%

Placement Rate

180+

Training Programs

5000+

companies trained

4.3/5

Satisfaction Rate

Upcoming Programmes



Metal casting Technology- Processes, DFM, Quality and Cost considerations

20 to 21 December, 2018
12/5, D1 Block, MIDC Chinchwad, Pune

Several different methods such as casting, powder metallurgy, forging and machining are available to shape metals into useful products. One of the oldest process is metal casting 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. Knowledge of metal casting is very important to design engineers and casting buyers. Design engineers have to decide on the type of casting process to be adopted to manufacture the part and also to incorporate DFM requirements of casting without compromising his design intent. Buyers have to identify right foundry and negotiate with them to get competitive price. Under these circumstance, knowledge of casting processes, capability and limitations of processes, cost estimation and casting inspection will come handy.  Keeping this in view, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) is organizing a 2 day programme on “Metal casting technology- processes, DFM, quality and cost considerations” on 20-21 December 2018 at Pune.

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Geometrical Dimensioning and Tolerancing in Design through Manufacturing

26 to 27 December, 2018
Plot No. 249 F, Phase IV, Udyog Vihar, Sector 18, Gurgaon

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. Application of GD&T system helps to reduce the manufacturing and inspection costs drastically.

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Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) in Design thru Manufacturing

3 to 4 January, 2019
Coimbatore

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. Application of GD&T system helps to reduce the manufacturing and inspection costs drastically.

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Building Lean Culture through Value Stream Mapping (VSM)

8 to 9 January, 2019
BIEC, 10th Mile, Tumkur Road, Madavara Post, Bangalore

Due to Global competition and more demand, customers traditional methods of operation don’t work and companies will struggle to survive. Lean is an operational excellence strategy that enables change for the better. Its main objective is, elimination of waste and respect for people.

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Surface Finish- Measurement & Improvement

9 January, 2019
Plot No. 249 F, Phase IV, Udyog Vihar, Sector 18, Gurgaon

In precision engineering industry, the functional properties of a component are affected by the boundary areas (or the surface) of the component. This aspect becomes all the more important when the surface contacts the surface of mating component and is operationally related to it. The unceasing demand for increased performance, interchangeability and functional reliability has resulted in shrinking of tolerances for a precision component. As the tolerances shrink the surface aspects of the component become more and more dominant and the dimensional aspects of surface finish get to be exceedingly important. A serious quantitative study of the quality of a surface becomes an inseparable part of component design, manufacture and inspection to ensure proper functional behaviour of the design.

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Additive Manufacturing/ 3D Printing Technologies

10 January, 2019
Plot No. 249 F, Phase IV, Udyog Vihar, Sector 18, Gurgaon

Additive manufacturing / 3D Printing throws open newer possibilities for reproducing complex designs in to real objects. Though originally started for prototyping applications, Additive manufacturing has come a long way since then. It plays a key role in robust product development, as the prototype is made directly from CAD thus making possible the Form, Fit and Functional checks at the early stage of design cycle. In addition to prototyping, Additive manufacturing is used in manufacturing of actual components required in small quantities as well as producing jigs & fixtures and tooling. Medical and dental professions employ additive manufacturing to a large extent for implants, bridges, etc.,

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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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