Lead Instructor (s):

Dr. Ghulam Hussain


28-29 September 2017

Course Fee:

PKR 30,000/-

This course has limited enrollment. Apply early to guarantee your spot.

Course Summary

Manufacturing has been the path of success of several nations including USA, Germany, Japan, Korea and now China. A strong and advanced manufacturing sector ensures sustained development of a nation. The advent of computer has enabled the today’s manufacturer to produce products in a rapid and agile way. This has enabled emergence of several new manufacturing technologies, which don’t employ part-specific tooling. These technologies are not only flexible in shaping components but are also cost effective.

Pakistan is a developing country and is one of the Next Eleven, the eleven countries that, along with the BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India and China), have a potential to become one of the world’s large economies in the 21st century. This forecast requires the engineers of this country to practice innovative manufacturing in a highly conversant manner.

Numerous products are currently imported from overseas, mainly due to a reason that those cannot be produced locally due to lack of knowledge on the latest manufacturing technologies being practiced in the world. The country could be made self-sufficient if the local engineers/producers are well-conversant with the state-of-the-art technologies.

This short course has been designed to bridge up the knowledge gap among the local professionals in order to practice modern product manufacturing. The course includes domain of additive manufacturing, advanced forming, machining and joining techniques. Moreover, the attendees will learn tool path programming for machining. Of additive processes, the process details and mechanisms of Laser Sintering, Electron Beam Melting, and Fused Deposition Modeling will be delivered/practiced. Among advanced metal forming processes, Die-less Forming, Hydro-Forming, Laser Forming, and Water-Jet Forming will be discussed/practiced. High speed and Water-Jet machining with benefits and mechanisms will be introduced as well. Knowledge on Friction Stir Welding, Laser/Electron Beam Welding, and Thermo-mechanical Composite Processing will also be shared.

Who should attend?

  • Managers (Design Office)
  • Managers (Production Shop)
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Industrial Engineers
  • Process Planners
  • Product Managers
  • Trainers
  • Industrial Trainees

What will you learn?

  • CNC programming
  • Techniques to produce components without using dies/punches
  • Techniques to produce new composite materials
  • Techniques to build components in a rapid/agile manner
  • Techniques to weld hard-to-join materials
  • Technique to machine hard-to-cut materials
  • Know techniques to reduce waste material
  • Future of Manufacturing


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