Metal working industry is bracing for new challenges and new technologies in view of increasing competition vis-a-vis performance, quality, efficiency and environmental sustainability. There are difficult parts, intricate parts and difficult materials to be managed through metal working equipment and expertise from new technology horizons Viz. additive manufacturing, increasing use of robots, micro machining and super finishing, Industry 4.0 and so on.

With a view to address the evolving trends in machining technologies, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) is organizing the "International Seminar on Machining Technologies" on 23 January 2019, in conjunction with IMTEX2019 exhibition, in Bangalore.


Experts from Austria, Germany, Japan, Singapore, Switzerland, UK, USA, as well as from India will facilitate sessions at this International Seminar. Spread over 3 concurrent sessions and 5 technology tracks, this seminar will cover key technology areas and their application related to metal cutting.



This International seminar will provide both manufacturers and users of machine tools with latest metal-cutting solutions that would enhance productivity, improve quality and finish of machined components, in addition to reducing costs. The Seminar will dwell extensively on latest developments and highlight a range of value added machining solutions.

Seminar Highlights


  • “Transformative Technologies: The Impact to machining, Services and Business Models”

    This presentation will give an overview of expected changes to come in machining, services and even business models, based on what is happening in the global scenario and what could happen in India too with advent of Transformative Technologies like IIOT, Data Automation, Digitalization and Smart Connectivity.

  • Connected Solution for Digital Machining

    Utilization of cutter data base in optimizing machining, for getting right quality in the first shot, through continual knowledge based process design refinements, based on Smart Communication during machining process.

  • Overcoming challenges in difficult - to - machine materials

    Machines are becoming Industry 4.0 compatible with in built sensors, features and working algorithms for higher productivity and performance with difficult - to - machine materials.

  • Grinding process optimization

    Machine features which help optimize Grinding operation, which is often the finishing operation, and controls the final quality apart from making the process more user friendly.

  • Dynamic Roughing with Multi Axis Machines

    Several strategies to implement multi axis adaptive roughing get evaluated, to optimize safe machining with large 5 axis CNC machines with faster, efficient and user friendly CAM Software.

  • Improving dynamic efficiency and precision for large CNC Machines

    Use of Control features and parameters to achieve vibration and distortion free cutting, with machines having higher acceleration / deceleration, overhang and moving mass.

  • Control of vibrations during machining

    Theory and experimental results on quality with use of active and passive damping of cutter, work holding and machine structure.

  • Countering thermal behavior of machines

    Presentation of the pioneering work done in determining the thermal behavior of machines and the possibilities of countering the thermal distortion.

  • Adaptive automation

    Some examples on how Robots can pick and place parts kept in random orientation, through augmented vision system and adaptive path.

  • Machine Tools with Composite structures for improved dynamic response

    Lighter machine structures with use of Composites to achieve ultra low inertia and high dynamic response, for high velocity machines of the future.

  • Designing for Additive Manufacturing

    Special Techniques of designing for Additive manufacturing to maximize its benefit. The benefits of Additive Manufacturing getting magnified ifthe parts / assemblies are specifically designed for it, as against use of Additive manufacturing as a substitute for conventional process.

  • Application of Additive Manufacturing in Tool Engineering

    Example of use of Additive manufacturing for making cutting tools with special features, which are difficult to make otherwise, with comparable performance of manufacturing.

  • Robotic automation solutions for fettling and de-flashing

    Typical case studies of the use of Robots for addressing the hazardous and bottleneck Foundry process of fettling, in addition to de-flashing of Aluminium Die Cast items.

  • Machining difficult jobs by Ceramic Tools

    Case studies showing relative advantages for machining difficult parts like Blisk, Aero Engine Parts, Turbine Disk, Broach Milling with material like Inconel, Titanium, High Temperature Alloys etc., with use of Ceramic Tools.


0800 - 1000

Registration

1000 - 1100

Inaugural & Keynote Session : “Transformative Technologies: The Impact to Machining, Services and Business Models” Mr. Tim Shinbara, The Association for Manufacturing Technology, USA (AMT).

1100 - 1130

Tea/Coffee

Parallel Concurrent Sessions

Machining & Tools

Large Parts Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

1130 - 1210

Recent developments in Die & Mould machining, Makino Asia, Singapore

New features for large part machining, DMG Mori, Germany

Designing for Additive Manufacturing, Renishaw plc, UK

1210 - 1215

Changeover

1215 - 1255

Connected Solution for Digital Machining, Sandvik Coromant, India

Dynamic roughing in Multi Axis machines, Mastercam, USA

Application of Additive Manufacturing in Tool Engineering, LMT Tools, Germany

1255 - 1400

Lunch

1400 - 1440

Overcoming challenges in difficult - to - machine materials, Toshiba Machine, Japan

Improving dynamic efficiency and precision for large machines, Heidenhain, Germany

AM Process optimization & prediction of quality, MSC software, Germany

1440 - 1445

Changeover

Machining & Tools

Emerging Trends / R&D

Automation

1445 - 1525

Grinding process optimisation, Tyrolit, Austria

Damping in Machine and Cutting tools – A journey in search, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India

Adaptive automation, Liebherr, Germany

1525 - 1545

Tea/Coffee

1545 - 1625

Laser roughing & adaptive grinding of super-hard tool materials, Agathon AG, Switzerland

Approach to Design and Develop Machine Tools Technologies and Composite Structures, Bharat Fritz Werner, India

Robotic automation solutions for fettling and de-flashing, Grind Master Machines, India

1625 - 1630

Changeover

1630 - 1710

Machining difficult jobs by Ceramic Tools, Greenleaf Corporation, USA

Countering Thermal behaviour of machines, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India

Smart Gear manufacturing as a competitive edge, Gleason, USA






Automotive, Auto components, Consumer durables, Machine tool, Tool rooms, Aerospace, Defence and Railway units, PSUs, Pumps & Valves, General Engg. and other manufacturing industries. Decision makers including CEOs, senior executives, practicing engineers, industry experts, R&D specialists and academia will immensely benefit from this seminar.



While the participants come to attend this International Seminar on 23 January 2019, it is a good opportunity to visit IMTEX 2019 exhibition scheduled at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) from 24 - 30 January 2019 and witness the latest technologies in metal cutting from reputed companies across the globe.




Category Registration Fee
Per Delegate
Group Concession
IMTMA Members, Micro and Small Enterprises, Research & Educational Institutions, Individuals
Rs. 2500/-

Group Concession :

A concession of Rs. 500 per delegate will be offered to companies nominating 3 or more delegates

All other Companies
Rs. 3000/-

Note:

  1. Add 18% GST
  2. Micro and small enterprises companies must produce a valid certificate
  3. Shuttle Bus service will be available from Bangalore city centre to BIEC (Seminar venue)

How to Register

Registration for participation must be made online only.
To register online, log on to www.imtma.in/ismt


For event details or any queries / clarifications during 'online registration' process please contact
Mr. Abhishek, tel : 080 - 6624 6829 (abhishek@imtma.in)
Mr. Prashant, tel : 080 – 6624 6805 (prashant.k@imtma.in)

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