Machinist

Course Content :

Occupational Safety & Health, Hand tools and its importance, Classification and types of chisels, Marking block, Heat treatment process, Outside micrometer, Introduction of shaper, Shaping tools and types, Slotter-principle, Use of tool with holder for internal operations, Introduction to coolant & lubricant, Use of circular marks, Introduction to Planning machines, Introduction to lathe, Milling machine, Different milling operations, Gear introduction, Grinding machine introduction, Turning, Properties of metals , Interchange ability, Introduction and their indexing process on a slotter, Hydraulic transmission in machine tool, Spiral introduction, Cam Introduction, Introduction to broaching methods of milling, Helical gear introduction , Introduction to CNC Technology CNC M/c.

Skills Acquired :

After completion of this trade, trainee is capable and confident of operating  various machines such as Milling, Lathe, Shaper, Slotter, Planner, Drilling, Grinder (surface,  cylindrical and Tool & Cutter grinder), and also basic C.N.C. Milling. As a Machinist can produce various jobs with different shapes and sizes from the above said machine tools as required in the   major industries and Workshops. He shall be an expert in cutting of various gears like Spur, Helical,  Bevel, Worm Wheel etc.

Options for employment are :

There is lot of demand for Machinist in major industries like Bihar Shipyard, Mormugao Port Trust, A.C.G.L., GAAL, TATA MOTOR LTD. and also other Small Scale Industries which exist in various industrial estates.

Options for self-employment are :

Skilled Machinist can start his own Workshop and can supply the various machined jobs to the auxiliary units as a sub-contractor.