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DAuto News Letter of December 2016 Edition No. 88 Published Now

DAuto Newsletter Section contains reports from all around the world, gathered everything in an efficient, simple and robust structure of latest and surround technology. Learn about Automotive comprehensively on DAuto Newsletter Edition # 88 December 2016

 

You can find more interesting features and fun about technology. This section offers detailed and accurate knowledge about past, present and future events and update on engineering terminologies. The Premium Features Covered Under this Edition are...

 

  • Honda previews Cooperative Mobility Ecosystem concepts
  • ahead of CES 2017
  • Volkswagen Gira Interior Concept
  • Alfa Romeo enters the SUV segment with the Stelvio
  • Ferrari reveals J50 one-off
  • Cadillac DPi-V.R IMSA race car
  • BMW Motorrad presents the Vision Next 100 concept bike
  • Honda in talks over self-driving cars with Alphabet's Waymo
  • Students' Corner

 

 

Here you Go...  News Letter Edition December 2016

Thanks & Regards

Editors Desk, DAuto

 

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Launched- DAuto News Letter Edition No. 87 In November 2016

DAuto Newsletter Section contains reports from all around the world, gathered everything in an efficient, simple and robust structure of latest and surround technology. Learn about Automotive comprehensively on DAuto Newsletter Edition # 87 November 2016

 

You can find more interesting features and fun about technology. This section offers detailed and accurate knowledge about past, present and future events and update on engineering terminologies. The Premium Features Covered Under this Edition are...

 

  • Lexus UX Concept offers immersive 3D driving experience
  • The new old Jaguar XKSS
  • Big Dog Motorcycles enters India
  • This Nio EP9 is a 1,341bhp electric supercar
  • BMW reportedly unveils an i3 redesign in 2017
  • Lamborghini Reveals Its New Huracán Rear-Wheel-Drive Spyder
  • Jeep Compass India Launch in August 2017
  • Students' Corner
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Here you Go...  News Letter Edition November 2016

 

Thanks & Regards

Editors Desk, DAuto

 

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Technocrats TIT Group of Institutions Occupied by DAuto For Workshop And Seminar No. 174

BHOPAL: 09-11-2016:  Technocrats TIT Group of Institutions, Bhopal MP arranged the workshops and the seminars for the engineering students. The DAuto team was the industry who channelized guidance, knowledge, and experience for the benefits of the students. Hundreds of the students joined the event. The workshop and the seminar will continue for a week to impart requirements of various industries, and strengthen the path of the students to grab career opportunities at the correct time.

 

Students in this hands-on, self-motivated engineering oriented workshop will work in small teams to design, build and test projects that blend technology, tools, and engineering concepts. Students will have the opportunity to interact with the industry experts and understand the working culture of corporate.

 

Design is the major discipline of the engineer; it differentiates engineering from science and mathematics, it is a combination of creativity and technical discipline; it involves imagination, struggle and compromise. New technologies such as computer aided design have positioned the design activity back on center-stage within the engineering profession. However, there is much more to engineering design than technology, and it reaches far beyond the profession; it is a socially oriented activity.

 

The workshop builds on students’ skill, engineering needs, concepts, industry demand, abilities and will use the basic principles of engineering, problem solving and design. Short lessons on interesting topics will add to the project based experience. While at TIT, students will also have opportunities to see many prototypes, physical components and the product life cycle.

 

Students were enthusiast to hold the physical parts along with understanding the need of design. Some of their reviews are displayed below here;

 

I am deepak and whenever I see a seminar with related to Dauto I feel like to learn about it more and hope I can make my imagination possible with this tool. Thnaks sir for motivating me. - Deepak Shivhare, ME, TIT Bhopal.

 

Its sounds good. They described all the points in a simple way and I really want to join and learn about design tool.Aslam Zameel, ME, TIT (Advance) Bhopal.

 

This seminar is very helpful, for engineering students and engineering career of us. And I got know about the designing filed. Thanks sir.Vijay Vishwakarma, ME, TIT (Advance) Bhopal.

 

 I am very interested in designing thus I love in drawing in 2D but today we inspire this seminar so  I choose software designing and would learn AutoCAD.Mohammad Suhail, ME, TIT (Advance) Bhopal.

 

DAuto Companies Are very use full in our engineering design. Seminar is very interesting and I learn about design.Pradeep Kumar, Civil, TIT (Advance) Bhopal.

 

I saw it first time today so I feel you are the best in your field. Your presentation is very good. I am impressed by your way of telling.Md. Shan Imam, Civil, TIT (Advance) Bhopal.

 

The seminar was very effective and helped me to increase the knowledge of development in my subjects and provide a good path to my future. – Himanshu Singh, ME, TIT Science, Bhopal.

 

Really very nice and this seminar is very good. It increase my knowledge about designing. – Ashvani, Civil, TIT Science, Bhopal.

 

I am pleased to be the part of this seminar and I have got new ideas about design and I am interested in this field. – Syed Sabir Ali, Civil, TIT Advance, Bhopal.

 

Very informative seminar, it created an awareness in me and provided new fresh knowledge to me. I am very thankful to DAuto for making me aware of what is AutoCAD. -  Tushar Patil, ECE, TIT Main, Bhopal.

 

Very much interested by the presentation and the speaker were made me interested to do so. I want to join the particular academy for the bright future of mine, it was awesome, grateful you. Thankyou!!! – Mansi Rathi, EC, TIT Science, Bhopal.

 

This seminar is very helpful for me to know about the new field of Design, this seminar is very effective to me as I come to know about the scope after completing my Engineering. – Biswanath Sikdar, Ex, TIT Main, Bhopal.

 

 

More about TIT events; Design-for-manufacturing workshop at TIT , Expert Lecture in TIT Advance

 

 

 

 


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Gyan Sagar College Of Engineering Sagar Sets Seminar No. 173 Of DAuto

SAGAR: 21-10-2016:  Enthusiasm, curiosity, happiness and eagerness towards learning; these were clearly visible upon the face of the engineering students at Gyan Sagar College of Engineering, Sagar MP. Because they knew the whole process of the product development is about to reach for them shortly through a seminar of DAuto Team. Hundreds of students were present in the seminar with their faculty members. The topic of the seminar was- “Design-for-manufacturing”.

 

Design for Manufacturing pioneered by DAuto, has been used by many companies, industries, OEMs around the world to develop creative product designs that use optimal manufacturing processes based on the design.

 

Correctly applied Design after analysis leads to significant reductions in production cost, without compromising product time-to-market goals, functionality, quality, serviceability, or other attributes. In this seminar, attendees not only learned the Design-For-Manufacturing concept with process, they actually routed to apply it to their own product design!

 

The Industry Experts of DAuto shared the actual competition in the design industries and guide the students; how they can overcome the trouble for hitting the right career opportunities at the right time.

 

The seminar emphasized how to significantly design the product, based on the principles of industries by simplifying concepts, optimizing product development, minimizing labor content, choosing the standard parts which minimizes material overhead, optimizing supply chain management, eliminating the costs of quality by design, concurrently developing optimal product families and processing, minimizing issues with tolerance stacks, and, in general, designing for every aspect of manufacturability.

 

The seminar has displayed how to use concurrent engineering, product development teams to design in manufacturability from the beginning and how this will dramatically reduce the real time-to-market by ensuring the product works and eliminating late changes to make the design manufacture-able and ramp up to the target volume, productivity, and quality. These manufacturable designs allow growth without encountering the conflicts that occur when unmanufacturable products can only be built by highly skilled people and lots of firefighting.

 

The Design-for-manufacturing topic included designing products for lean production, high-mix/low-volume environments, build-to-order, and mass customization.

 

The seminar concluded with a discussion in which experts answer the questions of attendees. Attendees get recommended to start working on DFM implementation and coming out of the box to think beyond where career opportunities take a flight.

 

Students were enthusiast to hold the physical parts along with seeing its manufacturing process on screen. Some of their reviews are displayed below here;

 

It was very effective seminar for me because I am interested in design field and also in component design. We are thankful to for providing such valuable information. - Shahrukh Khan, ME, 5th Sem, GSEC, Sagar

 

Company provide us a lot of knowledge for students and also provide creative ideas for job selection. - Md. Kashif Mobin, ME, 7th Sem, GSEC, Sagar

 

I have learnt many new things related to automobile and I like to be the part of you company. Thank you for visit here in our college. - Pankaj Kushwaha, ME, 5th Sem, GSEC, Sagar

 

I have learnt many new things related to civil design and I like it so much. You provide the beneficial examples and we must say thanks to you and I must say you come again and again. - Sunny Jain, CE, 5th Sem, GSEC, Sagar

 

 

More about GSCE events; Expert Lecture in Gyan Sagar

 

 

 

 


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DAuto News Letter Edition October 2016 No. 86 Is Released

DAuto Newsletter Section contains reports from all around the world, gathered everything in an efficient, simple and robust structure of latest and surround technology. Learn about Automotive comprehensively on DAuto Newsletter Edition # 86 October 2016

You can find more interesting features and fun about technology. This section offers detailed and accurate knowledge about past, present and future events and update on engineering terminologies. The Premium Features Covered Under this Edition are...

 

  • Volkswagen I.D. Concept previews electric model for 2020
  • Honda To Double Navi Production
  • Tata Motors Aims To Become Third-Largest Carmaker In
  • India By 2020
  • 2017 Pagani Huayra Dinastia Stuns In China
  • 2018 TOYOTA Supra Best Look Yet Revealed
  • 2017 Chevy Impala
  • Students' Corner

 

Here you Go...  News Letter Edition October 2016

Thanks & Regards

Editors Desk, DAuto

 

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Infinity Management & Engineering College Sagar Arranges Seminar No. 172 Of DAuto

SAGAR: 20-10-2016:  The students of (IMEC) Infinity Management & Engineering College, Sagar joined the seminar of DAuto for acquiring knowledge of product life cycle. It was practical based seminar where the topic was Design-For-Manufacturing. Students got familiar with the each stage of a product to be launched in the market.

 

Design for Manufacturing pioneered by DAuto, has been used by many companies, industries, OEMs around the world to develop creative product designs that use optimal manufacturing processes based on the design.

 

Correctly applied Design after analysis leads to significant reductions in production cost, without compromising product time-to-market goals, functionality, quality, serviceability, or other attributes. In this seminar, attendees not only learned the Design-For-Manufacturing concept with process, they actually routed to apply it to their own product design!

 

The Industry Experts of DAuto shared the actual competition in the design industries and guide the students; how they can overcome the trouble for hitting the right career opportunities at the right time.

 

The seminar emphasized how to significantly design the product, based on the principles of industries by simplifying concepts, optimizing product development, minimizing labor content, choosing the standard parts which minimizes material overhead, optimizing supply chain management, eliminating the costs of quality by design, concurrently developing optimal product families and processing, minimizing issues with tolerance stacks, and, in general, designing for every aspect of manufacturability.

 

The seminar has displayed how to use concurrent engineering, product development teams to design in manufacturability from the beginning and how this will dramatically reduce the real time-to-market by ensuring the product works and eliminating late changes to make the design manufacture-able and ramp up to the target volume, productivity, and quality. These manufacturable designs allow growth without encountering the conflicts that occur when unmanufacturable products can only be built by highly skilled people and lots of firefighting.

 

The Design-for-manufacturing topic included designing products for lean production, high-mix/low-volume environments, build-to-order, and mass customization.

 

The seminar concluded with a discussion in which experts answer the questions of attendees. Attendees get recommended to start working on DFM implementation and coming out of the box to think beyond where career opportunities take a flight.

 

Students were enthusiast to hold the physical parts along with seeing its manufacturing process on screen. Some of their reviews are displayed below here;

 

Seminar covered a lot of interesting projects and topiss. Overall seminar was great and now I am interested in design field.- Ashutosh Chourasia, ME, 7th Sem, IMEC, Sagar.

 

I am so happy after this discussion on mechanical component designing. And know I want to learn and make it my dream come true .- Krishan Kumar Ahirwar, ME, 3rd  Sem, IMEC, Sagar.

 

Overall it is a good seminar but I need to learn more in this field. And after seminar I am able to decide what is the best for my carrier.- Priyansh Pandey, CE, 3rd  Sem, IMEC, Sagar.

 

Through this seminar we gather so many ideas and knowledge about designed. I must say thanks for giving us such a wonderful seminar for making our carrier bright.- Baken Ete, CE, 5th Sem, IMEC, Sagar.

 

More about IMEC events; Expert Lecture in IMEC , Infinity in 2013

 

 

 

 


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Design For Manufacturing Seminar No. 171 Of DAuto in Babulal Tarabai Institute of Research and Technology Sagar

SAGAR: 20-10-2016:  (BRIRT) Babulal Tarabai Institute of Research and Technology, Sagar arranged a seminar of DAuto for benefitting the students. It was completely based on product, research, design and development where students learned the process of a product from design to manufacturing along with physical prototypes.

 

Design for Manufacturing pioneered by DAuto, has been used by many companies, industries, OEMs around the world to develop creative product designs that use optimal manufacturing processes based on the design.

 

Correctly applied Design after analysis leads to significant reductions in production cost, without compromising product time-to-market goals, functionality, quality, serviceability, or other attributes. In this seminar, attendees not only learned the Design-For-Manufacturing concept with process, they actually routed to apply it to their own product design!

 

The Industry Experts of DAuto shared the actual competition in the design industries and guide the students; how they can overcome the trouble for hitting the right career opportunities at the right time.

 

The seminar emphasized how to significantly design the product, based on the principles of industries by simplifying concepts, optimizing product development, minimizing labor content, choosing the standard parts which minimizes material overhead, optimizing supply chain management, eliminating the costs of quality by design, concurrently developing optimal product families and processing, minimizing issues with tolerance stacks, and, in general, designing for every aspect of manufacturability.

 

The seminar has displayed how to use concurrent engineering, product development teams to design in manufacturability from the beginning and how this will dramatically reduce the real time-to-market by ensuring the product works and eliminating late changes to make the design manufacture-able and ramp up to the target volume, productivity, and quality. These manufacturable designs allow growth without encountering the conflicts that occur when unmanufacturable products can only be built by highly skilled people and lots of firefighting.

 

The Design-for-manufacturing topic included designing products for lean production, high-mix/low-volume environments, build-to-order, and mass customization.

 

The seminar concluded with a discussion in which experts answer the questions of attendees. Attendees get recommended to start working on DFM implementation and coming out of the box to think beyond where career opportunities take a flight.

 

Students were enthusiast to hold the physical parts along with seeing its manufacturing process on screen. Some of their reviews are displayed below here;

 

It was too good idea for design concept and your seminar was nice and I also like to join design field.- Vedprakesh Singh Rathour, ME, 5th Sem, BTIRT, Sagar.

 

Seminar was very effective and I am very happy with your work. I do have interest in design field and DAuto is providing a good platform for all of us.- Ritik Jain, ME, 7th Sem, BTIRT, Sagar.

 

I am interested in designing and this seminar was effective for my carrier. And this seminar inspire me to do some this new. I must say you peoples come again to motivate and guide us.- Krishnakar Chouradhari., ME, 5th Sem, BTIRT, Sagar.

 

More about BTIRT events; Event at BTIRT

 

 

 

 


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Hitkarini College of Engineering and Technology Jabalpur and DAuto Seminar No. 170

JABALPUR: 18-10-2016:  (HCET) Hitkarini College of Engineering And Technology, Jabalpur was the venue where DAuto team delivered a seminar over opportunities in various sectors through Design-For-Manufacturing. Students and their faculty members were present in the lecture.

 

Design for Manufacturing pioneered by DAuto, has been used by many companies, industries, OEMs around the world to develop creative product designs that use optimal manufacturing processes based on the design.

 

Correctly applied Design after analysis leads to significant reductions in production cost, without compromising product time-to-market goals, functionality, quality, serviceability, or other attributes. In this seminar, attendees not only learned the Design-For-Manufacturing concept with process, they actually routed to apply it to their own product design!

 

The Industry Experts of DAuto shared the actual competition in the design industries and guide the students; how they can overcome the trouble for hitting the right career opportunities at the right time.

 

The seminar emphasized how to significantly design the product, based on the principles of industries by simplifying concepts, optimizing product development, minimizing labor content, choosing the standard parts which minimizes material overhead, optimizing supply chain management, eliminating the costs of quality by design, concurrently developing optimal product families and processing, minimizing issues with tolerance stacks, and, in general, designing for every aspect of manufacturability.

 

The seminar has displayed how to use concurrent engineering, product development teams to design in manufacturability from the beginning and how this will dramatically reduce the real time-to-market by ensuring the product works and eliminating late changes to make the design manufacture-able and ramp up to the target volume, productivity, and quality. These manufacturable designs allow growth without encountering the conflicts that occur when unmanufacturable products can only be built by highly skilled people and lots of firefighting.

 

The Design-for-manufacturing topic included designing products for lean production, high-mix/low-volume environments, build-to-order, and mass customization.

 

The seminar concluded with a discussion in which experts answer the questions of attendees. Attendees get recommended to start working on DFM implementation and coming out of the box to think beyond where career opportunities take a flight.

 

Students were enthusiast to hold the physical parts along with seeing its manufacturing process on screen. Some of their reviews are displayed below here;

 

This effect a lot and I gain a lot of knowledge. This seminar is awesome. I learnt much about design. And I am interested to make this my inspiration.- Sumit Shukla, 3rd Sem, HCET, Jabalpur.

 

Seminar was good. It provides us lots of new and interesting information which I was unaware. Seminar was interesting and inspirational. Surbhi Sharma, 3rd Sem, HCET, Jabalpur.

 

I understand a lot of design concept by this seminar. I like it and it was a very effective. It also gives a very good guideline for our bright future. And thank full to make me understand about automobile design. Anuj Markam, 3rd Sem, HCET, Jabalpur.

 

I feel excited after attending such a wonderful seminar. We get to know about big projects about design and research field vastly growing.- Asutosh Singh, 3rd Sem, HCET, Jabalpur.

 

 

More about HCET events; Hitkarini in 2011 , HCET in 2010 , HCET in 2014

 

 

 

 


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Bansal Institute of Science and Technology Bhopal and DAuto Seminar No. 169 Grabbed the Attention of the Engineers

BHOPAL: 17-10-2016:  It was the (BIST) Bansal Institute of Science And Technology, Bhopal where DAuto team organized a seminar for benefiting the students.  The topic was; Design-for-Manufacturing which attracted the hundreds of students and the faculty members to indulge in. Students were excited to see the entire life of a product through practical and prototypes. They got familiar with the latest technologies and the current demands of the industries too.

 

Design for Manufacturing pioneered by DAuto, has been used by many companies, industries, OEMs around the world to develop creative product designs that use optimal manufacturing processes based on the design.

 

Correctly applied Design after analysis leads to significant reductions in production cost, without compromising product time-to-market goals, functionality, quality, serviceability, or other attributes. In this seminar, attendees not only learned the Design-For-Manufacturing concept with process, they actually routed to apply it to their own product design!

 

The Industry Experts of DAuto shared the actual competition in the design industries and guide the students; how they can overcome the trouble for hitting the right career opportunities at the right time.

 

The seminar emphasized how to significantly design the product, based on the principles of industries by simplifying concepts, optimizing product development, minimizing labor content, choosing the standard parts which minimizes material overhead, optimizing supply chain management, eliminating the costs of quality by design, concurrently developing optimal product families and processing, minimizing issues with tolerance stacks, and, in general, designing for every aspect of manufacturability.

 

The seminar has displayed how to use concurrent engineering, product development teams to design in manufacturability from the beginning and how this will dramatically reduce the real time-to-market by ensuring the product works and eliminating late changes to make the design manufacture-able and ramp up to the target volume, productivity, and quality. These manufacturable designs allow growth without encountering the conflicts that occur when unmanufacturable products can only be built by highly skilled people and lots of firefighting.

 

The Design-for-manufacturing topic included designing products for lean production, high-mix/low-volume environments, build-to-order, and mass customization.

 

The seminar concluded with a discussion in which experts answer the questions of attendees. Attendees get recommended to start working on DFM implementation and coming out of the box to think beyond where career opportunities take a flight.

 

Students were enthusiast to hold the physical parts along with seeing its manufacturing process on screen. Some of their reviews are displayed below here;

 

It was an effective seminar, In this seminar I got knowledge about design & the latest technologies, This seminar was interesting for me.- Raj Kumar Soni, ME, 3rd Sem, BIST, Bhopal.

 

It was nice to hear about the design stream it look appreciably good I find some interest in design. I would like to hear something in my plan regarding this.- Shikhar Shrivastava, ME, 3rd Sem, BIST, Bhopal.

 

It is most important seminar in student life. By using this knowledge we make stage to progress.- Anool Kumar Mishra, ME, 3rd Sem, BIST, Bhopal.

This seminar seems very interesting. It was very effective information & knowledge. In this seminar we learn about manufacturing process Like casting , pressure die casting and picture of car designing & I am very happy from this seminar Thank you.- Santosh Kumar, ME, 3rd Sem, BIST, Bhopal.

 

It was first seminar and very effective for me, Ingot idea about design & DAuto Engineering , Thank a lot sir.- Rajeev Ranjan Mishra, ME, 3rd Sem, BIST, Bhopal.

 

The information I gained in this seminar is good & I understand the meaning of design & I understand what is required for design And what will important for design, but I required practical knowledge of design so I like to please give me chance in your company.- Vishal Kumar Lodha, CE, 3rd Sem, BIST, Bhopal.

 

It is very interesting lecture for technical development authorities . It is very useful for future life . by listening the lecture I develop my knowledge.- Nadeem Ahmad, CE, 3rd Sem, BIST, Bhopal.

 

I like the seminar very much, I am feeling very motivated to attend it. You guys boosted our knowledge about Design & research and I will surely connect And join with Face book & like to share my views.- Raj Mangal, CE, 3rd Sem, BIST, Bhopal.

 

The seminar was very good, I really love the way you explained.- Rajan Raj, CE, 3rd Sem, BIST, Bhopal.

 

I am totally impressed with your speech. The way which you used to convey your manner with us is so stronger and quality full. All students consciously learn your all massages.- Prince Kumar Singh, CE, 3rd Sem, BIST, Bhopal.

 

More about Bansal Group events; Bansal Group , Bansal Mandideep and DAuto, BCRT Lecture

 

 

 

 


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Sagar Institute of Research And Technology Bhopal Joins The Design For Manufacturing Expert Lecture No. 168 Of DAuto

BHOPAL: 03-10-2016:  How engineering students can grab the numerous career opportunities right after their graduation? What capabilities various industries seek in a candidate? What is the scope of product research, design and development? What is “Design-For-Manufacturing”? Such questions and more were highlights of the expert lecture held at (SIRT) Sagar Institute of Research and Technology, Bhopal by the DAuto team.

 

The lecture was accompanied by the hundreds of the students and their faculty members.

 

Design for Manufacturing pioneered by DAuto, has been used by many companies, industries, OEMs around the world to develop creative product designs that use optimal manufacturing processes based on the design.

 

Correctly applied Design after analysis leads to significant reductions in production cost, without compromising product time-to-market goals, functionality, quality, serviceability, or other attributes. In this lecture, attendees not only learned the Design-For-Manufacturing concept with process, they actually routed to apply it to their own product design!

 

The Industry Experts of DAuto shared the actual competition in the design industries and guide the students; how they can overcome the trouble for hitting the right career opportunities at the right time.

 

The expert lecture emphasized how to significantly design the product, based on the principles of industries by simplifying concepts, optimizing product development, minimizing labor content, choosing the standard parts which minimizes material overhead, optimizing supply chain management, eliminating the costs of quality by design, concurrently developing optimal product families and processing, minimizing issues with tolerance stacks, and, in general, designing for every aspect of manufacturability.

 

The expert lecture has displayed how to use concurrent engineering, product development teams to design in manufacturability from the beginning and how this will dramatically reduce the real time-to-market by ensuring the product works and eliminating late changes to make the design manufacture-able and ramp up to the target volume, productivity, and quality. These manufacturable designs allow growth without encountering the conflicts that occur when unmanufacturable products can only be built by highly skilled people and lots of firefighting.

 

The Design-for-manufacturing topic included designing products for lean production, high-mix/low-volume environments, build-to-order, and mass customization.

 

The expert lecture concluded with a discussion in which experts answer the questions of attendees. Attendees get recommended to start working on DFM implementation and coming out of the box to think beyond where career opportunities take a flight.


Students were excited to hold the physical parts along with seeing its manufacturing process on screen. Here are some of the reviews of them;


Seminar was excellent, I got knowledge about R&D field, designing software and about designe field. Abhishek Mishra, ME, 3rd Sem, SIRT, Bhopal.

 

It is a very good seminar we have get lots of knowledge about the auto parts and about its design and about new features, Which is very useful for our future. Akash Vishwakarma, ME, 3rd Sem, SIRT, Bhopal.

  

Intrusting and feel good to learn and listen about the designing of prototypes and hole seminar is good.Hariom Pande, ME, 3rd Sem, SIRT, Bhopal.


 

Good excellent learn various parts and products of a car.- Akshay Pande, ME, 3rd Sem, SIRT, Bhopal.

 

More about SIRT events; SIRT-E , SIRT , SIRT-TRUBA Indore

 

 

 

 


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Gyan Ganga Institute Of Technology Jabalpur Sets an Expert Lecture No. 167 Of DAuto On Design For Manufacturing

JABALPUR: 30-09-2016:  (GGIT) Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology, Jabalpurwas the venue where DAuto’s experts impart their knowledge through an expert lecture among engineering students on “Design-For-Manufacturing.” The auditorium was filled with the students and their faculty members. Students learned about the manufacturing process by following the proper product cycle. They got a chance to see the prototype of the final production too.

 

Design for Manufacturing pioneered by DAuto, has been used by many companies, industries, OEMs around the world to develop creative product designs that use optimal manufacturing processes based on the design.

 

Correctly applied Design after analysis leads to significant reductions in production cost, without compromising product time-to-market goals, functionality, quality, serviceability, or other attributes. In this lecture, attendees not only learned the Design-For-Manufacturing concept with process, they actually routed to apply it to their own product design!

 

The Industry Experts of DAuto shared the actual competition in the design industries and guide the students; how they can overcome the trouble for hitting the right career opportunities at the right time.

 

The expert lecture emphasized how to significantly design the product, based on the principles of industries by simplifying concepts, optimizing product development, minimizing labor content, choosing the standard parts which minimizes material overhead, optimizing supply chain management, eliminating the costs of quality by design, concurrently developing optimal product families and processing, minimizing issues with tolerance stacks, and, in general, designing for every aspect of manufacturability.

 

The expert lecture has displayed how to use concurrent engineering, product development teams to design in manufacturability from the beginning and how this will dramatically reduce the real time-to-market by ensuring the product works and eliminating late changes to make the design manufacture-able and ramp up to the target volume, productivity, and quality. These manufacturable designs allow growth without encountering the conflicts that occur when unmanufacturable products can only be built by highly skilled people and lots of firefighting.

 

The Design-for-manufacturing topic included designing products for lean production, high-mix/low-volume environments, build-to-order, and mass customization.

 

The expert lecture concluded with a discussion in which experts answer the questions of attendees. Attendees get recommended to start working on DFM implementation and coming out of the box to think beyond where career opportunities take a flight.

 

Students were excited to hold the physical parts along with seeing its manufacturing process on screen. Here are some of the reviews students penned down on paper after the Expert Lecture;

 

Very interesting seminar learnt much about designing and research of our branch, and thank you for explaining the important and facts of our branch. - Sahil Shrivastava, ME, 5th Sem, GGIT, Jabalpur.

 

My experience was good, and I like to go in design field after this seminar, I  got to know the importance of need while designing. – Shreyansh Jain, ME, 5th Sem, GGIT, Jabalpur.

 

This is the new think which we know, I am also like to know designing any vehicle and its parts. – Ram Krishna Chandravanshi, ME, 5th Sem, GGIT, Jabalpur.

 

I like the seminar. The designing of components is interesting. – Yog Prakash Tiwari, ME, 5th Sem, GGIT, Jabalpur.

 

More about Jabalpur events; Gyan Ganga Jabalpur and DAuto ,  DAuto Design Quest Jabalpur , Experts at SRIT

 

 

 

 


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Design For Manufacturing Expert Lecture No. 166 At Takshshila Institute Of Engineering And Technology Jabalpur By DAuto

JABALPUR: 30-09-2016:  (TIET) Takshshila Institute of Engineering and Technology, Jabalpur organized an expert lecture for the benefits of its engineering students where experts from the DAuto reached to fulfill the institute’s requirements. The topic of the lecture was; Design-For-Manufacturing and the use of latest technology to get career opportunities in various industries. The students and their faculty members participated in the event and acquired knowledge about product research, design, development and innovation and the relevant career path.

 

Design for Manufacturing pioneered by DAuto, has been used by many companies, industries, OEMs around the world to develop creative product designs that use optimal manufacturing processes based on the design.

 

Correctly applied Design after analysis leads to significant reductions in production cost, without compromising product time-to-market goals, functionality, quality, serviceability, or other attributes. In this lecture, attendees not only learned the Design-For-Manufacturing concept with process, they actually routed to apply it to their own product design!

 

The Industry Experts of DAuto shared the actual competition in the design industries and guide the students; how they can overcome the trouble for hitting the right career opportunities at the right time.

 

The expert lecture emphasized how to significantly design the product, based on the principles of industries by simplifying concepts, optimizing product development, minimizing labor content, choosing the standard parts which minimizes material overhead, optimizing supply chain management, eliminating the costs of quality by design, concurrently developing optimal product families and processing, minimizing issues with tolerance stacks, and, in general, designing for every aspect of manufacturability.

 

The expert lecture has displayed how to use concurrent engineering, product development teams to design in manufacturability from the beginning and how this will dramatically reduce the real time-to-market by ensuring the product works and eliminating late changes to make the design manufacture-able and ramp up to the target volume, productivity, and quality. These manufacturable designs allow growth without encountering the conflicts that occur when unmanufacturable products can only be built by highly skilled people and lots of firefighting.

 

The Design-for-manufacturing topic included designing products for lean production, high-mix/low-volume environments, build-to-order, and mass customization.

 

The expert lecture concluded with a discussion in which experts answer the questions of attendees. Attendees get recommended to start working on DFM implementation and coming out of the box to think beyond where career opportunities take a flight.

 

Students were excited to hold the physical parts along with seeing its manufacturing process on screen. Here are some of the reviews students penned down on paper after the Expert Lecture;

 

This seminar is perfect, and for field knowledge is must of the technical seminar and the new idea generation, the mechanical topic is must of making product and I want a platform where I can show over my knowledge and ideas. – Manish Verma, ME, 3rd Sem, TIET, Jabalpur.

 

It is very good seminar and explained is new concept in design for advance technology. - Md. Asif Khan, ME, 3rd Sem, TIET, Jabalpur.

 

I am very happy because I knew about designing which is very essential for developing our automobile field which is very essential for developing our automobile field which is possible by good engineers. I want to say thank you to all sir who told us about our future and also motivate us. I am agree with you and I will try that to be a successful Engineer. I also join your group sir as soon as possible. – Prateek Tiwari, ME, 3rd Sem, TIET, Jabalpur.

 

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An Expert Lecture No. 165 On Design For Manufacturing At Shri Ram Institute Of Technology Jabalpur By DAuto

JABALPUR: 29-09-2016: At (SRIT) Shri Ram Institute of Technology, Jabalpur a team of DAuto reached to impart technology, opportunities and knowledge of product design and development. It was an expert lecture with a subject, i.e. “Design-For-Manufacturing.” Hundreds of students and their faculty members were present in the event hall. Students got familiar with the product life cycle and the relevant physical components of along every stage of a product in the lecture.

 

Design for Manufacturing pioneered by DAuto, has been used by many companies, industries, OEMs around the world to develop creative product designs that use optimal manufacturing processes based on the design.

 

Correctly applied Design after analysis leads to significant reductions in production cost, without compromising product time-to-market goals, functionality, quality, serviceability, or other attributes. In this lecture, attendees not only learned the Design-For-Manufacturing concept with process, they actually routed to apply it to their own product design!

 

The Industry Experts of DAuto shared the actual competition in the design industries and guide the students; how they can overcome the trouble for hitting the right career opportunities at the right time.

 

The expert lecture emphasized how to significantly design the product, based on the principles of industries by simplifying concepts, optimizing product development, minimizing labor content, choosing the standard parts which minimizes material overhead, optimizing supply chain management, eliminating the costs of quality by design, concurrently developing optimal product families and processing, minimizing issues with tolerance stacks, and, in general, designing for every aspect of manufacturability.

 

The expert lecture has displayed how to use concurrent engineering, product development teams to design in manufacturability from the beginning and how this will dramatically reduce the real time-to-market by ensuring the product works and eliminating late changes to make the design manufacture-able and ramp up to the target volume, productivity, and quality. These manufacturable designs allow growth without encountering the conflicts that occur when unmanufacturable products can only be built by highly skilled people and lots of firefighting.

 

The Design-for-manufacturing topic included designing products for lean production, high-mix/low-volume environments, build-to-order, and mass customization.

 

The expert lecture concluded with a discussion in which experts answer the questions of attendees. Attendees get recommended to start working on DFM implementation and coming out of the box to think beyond where career opportunities take a flight.

 

Students were excited to hold the physical parts along with seeing its manufacturing process on screen. Here are some of the reviews students penned down on paper after the Expert Lecture;

 

Explanatory lecture enhanced knowledge about design and different processes. Field particulars are clearly explained. – Ayushi Gupta, ME, 3rd Sem, SRIT, Jabalpur.

 

Expert lecture was very good and intrusting and by this lecture we knew many new and intrusting things. Overall it was a very good lecture. Thank you for effective presentation. – Pragya Mishram, ME, 3rd Sem, SRIT, Jabalpur.

 

Effective presentation, good expiation and introduction of new technology in automobile, design aspect and specification. – Anukriti Bhatt, ME, 3rd Sem, SRIT, Jabalpur.

 

Described about designing very well, and also told about.  This is the field of my future. They also told about the importance of designing. – Kuldeep Kushwah, ME, 3rd Sem, SRIT, Jabalpur.

 

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Oriental Institute Of Science And Technology Jabalpur Occupied Seminar No. 164 Of DAuto On Design For Manufacturing

JABALPUR: 29-09-2016: Every engineering student wants to get a job right after completing the graduation, but lack of correct path can disguise the career opportunities. In order to guide students, DAuto conducted a seminar at (OIST)  Oriental Institute of Science and Technology, Jabalpur on “Design-For-Manufacturing”. The topic was chosen to show the light to the students for attaining numerous career opportunities in product research, design and development field. Many of engineering students joined the seminar and shown their enthusiasm towards learning new. The event also was accompanied by the faculty members of the institute.

 

Design for Manufacturing pioneered by DAuto, has been used by many companies, industries, OEMs around the world to develop creative product designs that use optimal manufacturing processes based on the design.

 

Correctly applied Design after analysis leads to significant reductions in production cost, without compromising product time-to-market goals, functionality, quality, serviceability, or other attributes. In this seminar, attendees not only learned the Design-For-Manufacturing concept with process, they actually routed to apply it to their own product design!

 

The Industry Experts of DAuto shared the actual competition in the design industries and guide the students; how they can overcome the trouble for hitting the right career opportunities at the right time.

 

The seminar emphasized how to significantly design the product, based on the principles of industries by simplifying concepts, optimizing product development, minimizing labor content, choosing the standard parts which minimizes material overhead, optimizing supply chain management, eliminating the costs of quality by design, concurrently developing optimal product families and processing, minimizing issues with tolerance stacks, and, in general, designing for every aspect of manufacturability.

 

The seminar has displayed how to use concurrent engineering, product development teams to design in manufacturability from the beginning and how this will dramatically reduce the real time-to-market by ensuring the product works and eliminating late changes to make the design manufacture-able and ramp up to the target volume, productivity, and quality. These manufacturable designs allow growth without encountering the conflicts that occur when unmanufacturable products can only be built by highly skilled people and lots of firefighting.

 

The Design-for-manufacturing topic included designing products for lean production, high-mix/low-volume environments, build-to-order, and mass customization.

 

The seminar concluded with a discussion in which experts answer the questions of attendees. Attendees get recommended to start working on DFM implementation and coming out of the box to think beyond where career opportunities take a flight.

 

Students were excited to hold the physical parts along with seeing its manufacturing process on screen. Here are some of the reviews students penned down on paper after the seminar;

 

The way of talking and thinking was good and the nature was good, please carryon the new ideas and bring me up with you. I must say thanks to all of you to give us your precious time and share yours ideas and thoughts. – Agrim Richhariya, ME, 5th Sem, OIST, Jabalpur.

 

 

 

Seminar is better , I studied in seminar class how to make a part of a machine and design it. – Sonu Prajapati, ME, 1st Sem, OIST, Jabalpur.

 

Seminar is much better, I am encouraged  by seminar , DAuto Eng. Pvt. Ltd. Is best ever for us. I am interested in DAuto Eng. Pvt. Ltd. – Harish Nageshwar, ME, 1st Sem, OIST, Jabalpur.

 

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Seminar No. 163 On Design For Manufacturing in Global Engineering College Jabalpur By DAuto

JABALPUR: 28-09-2016: It was the Global Engineering College Jabalpur (GEC) where DAuto team transferred information about the latest technology use and the industry demands for recruiting the engineering. The seminar was leveraged with the prototype and the final production components to impart topic in an understandable way. The topic was; Design-For-Manufacturing and the opportunities in the various sectors through. Numerous students were present along with their faculty members to acquire knowledge.

 

Design for Manufacturing pioneered by DAuto, has been used by many companies, industries, OEMs around the world to develop creative product designs that use optimal manufacturing processes based on the design.

 

Correctly applied Design after analysis leads to significant reductions in production cost, without compromising product time-to-market goals, functionality, quality, serviceability, or other attributes. In this seminar, attendees not only learned the Design-For-Manufacturing concept with process, they actually routed to apply it to their own product design!

 

The Industry Experts of DAuto shared the actual competition in the design industries and guide the students; how they can overcome the trouble for hitting the right career opportunities at the right time.

 

The seminar emphasized how to significantly design the product, based on the principles of industries by simplifying concepts, optimizing product development, minimizing labor content, choosing the standard parts which minimizes material overhead, optimizing supply chain management, eliminating the costs of quality by design, concurrently developing optimal product families and processing, minimizing issues with tolerance stacks, and, in general, designing for every aspect of manufacturability.

 

The seminar has displayed how to use concurrent engineering, product development teams to design in manufacturability from the beginning and how this will dramatically reduce the real time-to-market by ensuring the product works and eliminating late changes to make the design manufacture-able and ramp up to the target volume, productivity, and quality. These manufacturable designs allow growth without encountering the conflicts that occur when unmanufacturable products can only be built by highly skilled people and lots of firefighting.

 

The Design-for-manufacturing topic included designing products for lean production, high-mix/low-volume environments, build-to-order, and mass customization.

 

The seminar concluded with a discussion in which experts answer the questions of attendees. Attendees get recommended to start working on DFM implementation and coming out of the box to think beyond where career opportunities take a flight.

 

Students were excited to hold the physical parts along with seeing its manufacturing process on screen. On the whole students enjoyed a lot!

 

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