2) 5 AXIS MACHINING INHOUSE LIVE TRAINING WITH CNC/VMC


1) WHY SHOULD YOU INVEST IN 5-AXIS?

About 20 years ago, shops were wondering why they should switch from manual mills to CNC. The scenario for investing in 5-axis machining technology is similar. Those who didn’t switch to CNC eventually got left behind. With any business, investing in the latest technology is a requirement to stay on top and compete effectively.

Often, there seems to be confusion due to the term “5-axis” machining centre. Shops think they don’t have 5-axis work. Every shop has work that would benefit from a 5-axis machine because a 5-axis machining centre facilitates 5-sided machining. So, even if you don’t have simultaneous 5-axis work, such as impellers or turbines, the parts you are

2) Producing on your 3-axis machines will be more profitable when you use 5-sided machining on a 5-axis machining centre.

3-axis vs. 5-sided :-

PARTS ON 3-AXIS MACHINING CENTER :-
  • • Multiple setups for each side of the part
  • • Increased setup time
  • • Decreased accuracy
PARTS ON 5-AXIS MACHINING CENTER :-
  • • Reduced setup time
  • • Increased accuracy
  • • Expanded shop capability for future work

3) AUTHORIZED CHANNEL PARTNER SIEMENS PLM SOFTWARE



4) 3D PRINTING & PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT


Just What Is 3D Printing?

Additive manufacturing now defines a large branch of industrial (and hobby) systems for creating new parts and products. More commonly referred to as 3D printing, most systems in this category are characterized by their layer-by-layer method of building a part.


There are notably some differences between individual systems, with 10 types of 3D printing existing today. However, the main differences between these and more typical industrial processes can be broken into categories:

  • Speed defines how fast a given part can be manufactured from design to finish.
  • Cost is the average amount of funding needed to create a single part.
  • Quality is a realistic measure of how perfect and precise a part can be made.
  • Consistency is how similar “identical” parts are between separate manufacturing runs.
  • Flexibility defines how easily a design can be customized or modified during manufacture.
  • Accessibility is a rough measure of how easily a person or business can obtain the means to create a part or product.
  • Sustainability is a rough measure of the amount of waste generated by the manufacture of a single part and the ease with which the part can be recycled compared to other processes.

5) PRODUCT MODELING / DRAFTING/ ANALYSIS WITH PRODUCT


What is CAD, CAE and CAM:

CAD is the computer-aided design or draft. It focus on product design and 2D/3D drafting.

CAE is the computer-aided engineering. It focus on engineering simulation including FEA, CFD, etc.

CAM is the computer-aided manufacturing. It focus on product manufacturing.

All of CAD/CAE/CAM refer to the computer software that is used to design, analysis and manufacture processing


Our Mission:

We provide low cost and professional engineering design and CAD drafting services. Using the power of the internet we are able to participate in your design projects just as effectively as being in your office.


What we need to work on CAD project:

Detailed description of your project

Scope of Work (SOW)

Any 2D sketch/drawing or support documents

What you need from our services

  • Design modeler
  • CFD meshing
  • CFD solver post processing