What you'll get

  • Govt. Verified Certification
  • Job Credibility
  • Certification Valid for Life
  • Lifetime Access To E-learning
  • On-demand video
  • Flexible Learning
  • Certificate of Completion

Exam details

  • Mode of Exam : Online
  • Duration : 1 Hour
  • Multiple Choice Questions are asked
  • No. of Questions are asked : 50
  • Passing Marks : 25 (50%)
  • There is no negative marking

Course Content

Total: 151 lectures
  • Introduction
  • Properties of Materials
  • Stress-Strain Diagram
  • Malleability and Ductility
  • Brittleness
  • Stiffness and Resilience
  • Toughness and Impact Strength
  • Hardness
  • Fracture of Material
  • Fatigue Failure
  • Creep Failure
  • Introduction
  • Iron and Steel
  • Classification of Steels
  • Wrought Iron
  • Cast Iron
  • Alloy Steels
  • Heat Treatment of Carbon Steels
  • Introduction
  • Properties and Uses of Non-Ferrous Metals
  • Alloys of Copper
  • Cupro-Nickels
  • Aluminium Alloys
  • Alloys of Nickel
  • Introduction
  • Advantages of Mechanical Working Processes
  • Difference Between Hot and Cold Working
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Cold and Hot Working Processes
  • Classification of Metal Forming Processes According to Type of Stress Employed
  • Introduction
  • Classification of Forging
  • Die Forging with Power Hammers
  • Open Die Forging
  • Impression Die Forging
  • Closed Die Forging
  • Drop Stamping or Drop Forging Hammers
  • Some Important Considerations Leading to Sound Forgings
  • Forging Presses
  • Machine Forging
  • Forging Defects
  • Heat Treatment of Forgings
  • Cold Forging
  • Introduction
  • Nomenclature of Rolled Products
  • Mechanism of Rolling
  • Types of Rolling Mills
  • Rolls and Roll Pass Design
  • Ring Rolling
  • Cold Rolling
  • Rolling Defects
  • Extrusion Processes
  • Machines for Extrusion
  • Extrusion Defects
  • Wire Drawing
  • Tube Drawing
  • Tube Making
  • Tools
  • Other Operations Performed with Presses
  • Bending
  • Deep Drawing
  • Coining and Embossing
  • Coining
  • Guillotine Shear
  • Introduction
  • Patterns
  • Pattern Allowances
  • Types of Patterns
  • Moulding Sand and its Properties
  • Mould Making Technique
  • Cores
  • Core Prints
  • Gates, Runners and Risers
  • Cupola
  • Construction
  • Operation of Cupola
  • Casting Defects
  • Die Casting
  • Steps in Die Casting
  • Introduction
  • Centre Lathe
  • Cutting Tools Used on the Lathe
  • Holding the Work Piece in the Chuck and Centering
  • Taper Turning
  • Profile or Form Turning
  • Introduction
  • Shaping Machines or Shaper
  • Drive
  • Cutting Tools Used in Shaping
  • Operations Performed on Shapers
  • Planer or Planning Machine
  • Principle of Working
  • Twist Drill
  • Drilling Machines
  • Introduction
  • Basic Milling Process
  • Types of Milling Processes
  • Peripheral Milling
  • Face Milling
  • End Milling
  • Milling Machines
  • Horizontal Milling Machine
  • Introduction
  • Choice of Abrasives
  • Classification of Wheels
  • Grit
  • Bond and Grade
  • Wheel Structure
  • Wheel Shapes
  • Mounting a Wheel on Machine, Balancing, Truing and Dressing
  • Grinding Operations and Grinding Machines
  • Coolant
  • Classification
  • Gas Welding Process
  • Equipment Needed for Gas Welding
  • Types of Flames
  • Welding Operation
  • Use of Filler Rods and Fluxes
  • Oxyacetylene Cutting
  • Arc Welding
  • Striking an Arc
  • Heat Affected Zone
  • Arc Blow
  • Welding Positions
  • Arc Welding Defects
  • Electric Resistance Welding
  • Soldering and Brazing
  • Soldering Process
  • Brazing Process
  • Introduction
  • Proper Selection of Material
  • Importance of Materials
  • Materials as Driving-Force Behind Technological Developments
  • Introduction
  • Location of Plants
  • Layout of Plants
  • Advantages of a Good Layout
  • Types of Layouts
  • Types of Production
  • Production and Productivity
  • Common Types and Uses of Wood
  • Uses of Wood
  • Cement Concrete
  • Ceramics
  • Rubbers
  • Plastics
  • Composite Materials
  • Powder Metallurgy Process
  • Plastic Products Manufacturing Processes
  • Galvanising Process
  • Electroplating Process
  • Faraday’s Laws of Electrolysis

Description

Do you need a Certificate in Manufacturing Techniques? If yes, then this course you need to take. If you want to learn to manufacture techniques. Then this course going to be suitable for you as we have designed our manufacturing-oriented course after deep research. This course will build up the fundamentals of the students about various techniques that are used in manufacturing.

This course contains separate modules for each topic. There are easy to grab information with practical examples. If you enter the course, then you will have an understanding of what is manufacturing and what is its variety of techniques. You will master the industry level skills like injection modelling, casting and 3D printing. Besides this, the candidate will have strong grips on overarching principles such as how to identify the rate, quality and cost. Thus you will get extensive information about the graphics, cut, 3D animation. And other skills with professionally used software like AutoCAD.

The eligibility for the course is that the student must be passed higher secondary from a recognised board. Also, if a learner or a college student who wants to get to the know-how of the manufacturing industry will be eligible to take this course. Moreover, if the school student who is interested in working with a manufacturing company can take this useful course.

After enrolling in the course you will have access to the online tutorials. And when you successfully take the course and test. Then you will get eligible to take the certificate. And when you get passed the test, we will issue the certificate in manufacturing techniques that you can showcase in your resume to get better jobs.

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