COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL (CNC) LAB
Laboratory in Charge: Rahul Kumar (Asst. Professor)
Laboratory Information: The lab serves as an essential component of the mechanical engineering curriculum, providing students with practical insights into the operation of CNC machines. The basic principle of NC technology has been one of the manufacturing major development in past 50 years. However, the number of function and task allocated to the controller has grown steadily over the years and now offer high level of automation.
Practical Application: The primary objective of the CNC Lab is to enhance students understanding of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) provides a practical environment for learning and applying skills related to computerized machining. CNC technology is widely used in various industries for precision manufacturing and automation.
Experimental Skills: In a CNC machine lab, essential experimental skills include designing and executing experiments to investigate CNC machining processes. Proficiency in data collection, analysis, and a deep understanding of machining fundamentals are crucial. Effective tool and material selection, along with precision in metrology, contribute to experiment success. Accurate documentation, adept troubleshooting, and a commitment to safety are paramount. Strong communication skills are needed to convey experimental details. Adaptability, the ability to optimize processes, and collaborative teamwork further enhance one’s effectiveness in a CNC machine lab.
1. To enable students to acquire comprehensive knowledge and skills in CNC programming, including the creation of toolpaths, G-code generation, and the use of CAD/CAM software.
2. To provide students with hands-on experience in setting up and operating CNC machines, focusing on practical aspects of machining, tool selection, workpiece setup, and machine operation.
After completion of the experiments, student will be able to:
CO1. Students will demonstrate the ability to independently program CNC machines by creating, modifying, and optimizing G-code for diverse machining operations using CAD/CAM software.
CO2. Upon completion, students will be capable of efficiently setting up and operating CNC machines, demonstrating expertise in tool changes, workpiece fixturing, and troubleshooting common machining issues.Top of FormTop of Form
List of Machine Tools
CNC MILL TRAINER MACHINE
CNC LATHE TRAINER MACHINE