Overview of MACHINE TOOL DESIGN Engineering

An integrated study of machining/fabrication practices with machine tool design which comprises the analysis, planning, design, construction and application of tools, methods, and procedures necessary to increase manufacturing productivity.


As a result of this course, students will be able to
  • Implement the tool design process when designing tooling for the manufacturing of a product.
  • Apply Geometric Tolerancing principles in the designs of tooling.
  • Evaluate and select appropriate materials for tooling applications.
  • Design, develop, and evaluate cutting tools and work holders for a manufactured product.
  • Design, develop, and evaluate appropriate gaging/gaging systems to define limits and specifications of a workpiece during the manufacturing process.
  • Design, develop, and evaluate tooling for various joining processes.
  • Apply ANSI standards to tool design drawings and layouts.
  • Use CAD and conventional techniques in creating tooling drawings.
Course Fees : 50000
Course Fees(NRI) $: 1875