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DAuto News Letter Edition September 2016 No. 85 Is 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 # 85 September 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...

 

  • Mercedes-Benz Vision Van Concept
  • Zagato creates MV Agusta F4Z one-off motorbike
  • Pininfarina to build 10 units of the H2 Speed Concept
  • Lexus UX Concept offers immersive 3D driving experience
  • SsangYong previews LIV-2 Concept ahead of Paris debut
  • Giugiaro to design Techrules GT96 Hypercar
  • Audi unveils the new A5 Sportback
  • W Motors Iconiq Model Seven Concept
  • Students' Corner

 

Here you Go...  News Letter Edition September 2016

Thanks & Regards

Editors Desk, DAuto

 

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Design For Manufacturing Seminar No. 162 in Technocrats Institute of Technology Bhopal By DAuto

BHOPAL: 24-09-2016:  The seminar hall was occupied by hundreds of students and industry experts were delivering the knowledge of “Design-for-Manufacturing” along with prototypes, real components and the latest technology. The Technocrats Institute of Technology (TIT-Main) Bhopal was the venue and industry was of DAuto. Students acquired information and guidelines for achieving the career opportunities in various industries, sectors and the companies.

 

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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Mr. C. Shrivastava (Asst. Professor ME), Ms. Pooja Malviya (Asst. Professor ME), and the faculty members.

 

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;

 

Seminar was good. This is very helpful for creative thought and future thought that we have learn design.- Nelish Parihar, 3rd Sem, ME, TIT-Main, Bhopal.

 

 

It was really very knowledgeable. We found so many ideas about various fields in job in the field of mechanical engineering. We will try to improve our skills.- Mudassive Fazi, 3rd Sem, ME, TIT-Main, Bhopal.

 

I like this seminar because I want to do work in this field and I also want to know full specification or information of this field and invent best design of cars engines etc which is more beneficial for designing companies as well as for industries too.- Anoop Bisen, 3rd Sem, ME, TIT-Main, Bhopal.

 

 

It is good to see that the company is making India proud and inspiration for all and also you are from our college so it is great opportunity.- Shubham Jaiswal, 3rd Sem, ME, TIT-Main, Bhopal.

 

I am basically interested in academic field and want to be a professor and I need to learn the software which is used worldwide with some extra knowledge about material used to manufacture the CAD designing and steps in designing field.- Steeve T. Francis, 3rd Sem, ME, TIT-Main, Bhopal.

 

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Indore Institute Of Science And Technology Indore And DAuto Seminar No. 161 On Design For Manufacturing

INDORE: 23-09-2016:  (IIST) Indore Institute Of Science And Technology Indore was the venue chosen by the DAuto team to deliver seminar on Design-For-Manufacturing for guiding to the engineering students. The topic was well enough to understand about the seminar’ purpose and temptation of prototypes brought by the DAuto grab the attention of the students. As an industry DAuto showed the real requirements of other sectors, companies and the industries where students can get the career opportunities by running on the correct 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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Mr. Rajeev Gupta (Asst. Professor ME), Mr. Avinash Singh (Asst. Professor CE), and the faculty members.

 

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.

 

“Over all lecture was good, and question answer session from students used to make the session more attractive- Said Mr. Rahul Verma (Asst. Professor, ME)”

 

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 seminar and presenter were very effective. Got to know about many thing regarding designing and research and it was really beneficial for all of us. – Prashant Solanki, 3rd Sem, ME, IIST, Indore.

 

I am a beginner but I am interested in  designing field. I like your seminar and its really very informative for all of us and It increases our knowledge.- Avadesh Gangrade, , 3rd Sem, ME, IIST, Indore.

 

All things were knowledgeable for us and it help us to increase the knowledge.- Sanket Parkhe, , 3rd Sem, ME, IIST, Indore.

 

This seminar is so much effective for us in this we learnt about the designing structure and many other things. Over all this is very effective for us.- Ankit Kumar, , 3rd Sem, CE, IIST, Indore.

 

From this seminar we got many more knowledge and information regarding this two projects. After this I have thought and interesting  to do work on it and get knowledge on it.- Tanvi Rathore, , 3rd Sem, CE, IIST, Indore.

 

 

 

Sir your new and innovative ideas are very awesome. Your seminar give me new direction for my carrier. I am very much interested in designing in your projects.- Srishti Sharma, , 3rd Sem, CE, IIST, Indore.

 

 

 

You Nailed it sir, you bought my interest in designing. Your seminar was worth attending and hope to see you soon. Somil Chouhan, , 3rd Sem, CE, IIST, Indore.

  

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Shiv Kumar Singh Institute of Technology & Science Indore Sets Seminar No. 160 Of DAuto On Design For Manufacturing

INDORE: 23-09-2016:  It was the event of (SKSITS) Shiv Kumar Singh Institute of Technology & Science Indore and DAuto where all the beneficiaries were the engineering students. Enthusiasm was on peak as DAuto was about to display and share information about Design-For-Manufacturing. The seminar was not about sharing knowledge only, but to guide the path for hitting the career opportunities available in the various industries. Students learned all about product research, design and development. However, it is not possible to adopt entire information of R&D in one day, but a subject was enough to show light to the students via utilizing their respective branch.

 

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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Mr. Vivek Shukla (Asst. Professor and HOD ME) and the faculty members.

 

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;

 

Your DAuto giving us a very motivation seminar. It’s good for our future. Your projects were good and I am thankful, that you came to our college and share your valuable experience with us.- Arti Masan, 3rd Sem, CE, SKSITS, Indore

 

 

 

Thanks to all for giving us information and I also thanks to share your experience and knowledge and all the technology. I will like your Facebook page for future assistance. – Aditi Solanki, 3rd Sem, CE, SKSITS, Indore

 

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Oriental University Indore And DAuto Seminar No. 159 On Design For Manufacturing

Indore: 21-09-2016:  Oriental University Indore arranged a seminar of DAuto for transferring experience, knowledge and information from industry to institute. Design-for-Manufacturing topic was chosen by the experts where entire life cycle of a product has been shared with physical components. The event was attended by hundreds of students. Students took the benefits by acquiring opportunities, industry requirements and the process of product research, design and development.

 

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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Mr. Amit Bahekar (HOD ME) and the faculty members.

 

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;

 

This is very important seminar for me because I am also very interested in learning and willing to learn to learn new design, so this seminar give me detail about Designing.- Pawan Kapoorpura, ME, 2nd Year, Oriental University, Indore

 

I thank you for taking seminar much beneficial and thankful to all.- Niraj Kumar, Nirala, ME, 3rd Year, Oriental University, Indore

 

Good seminar for us and now we can aware about this Design tools, it’s very interesting and useful for future.- Ajay Malviya, ME, 2nd Year, Oriental University, Indore

 

It is very interesting and most useful for mechanical students and automobile who are interested in design field. Ajeet Kumar, ME, 3rd Year, Oriental University, Indore

 

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DAuto Expert Lecture No. 158 In Shri Aurobindo Institute of Technology Indore On Design For Manufacturing

Indore: 21-09-2016: (SAIT) Shri Aurobindo Institute of Technology Indore was the venue where DAuto placed an expert lecture on “Design-For-Manufacturing”. The event was attended by hundreds of students with enthusiasm. It was a practical based lecture given by the industry experts where students had a chance to understand real needs of the various industries and the career opportunities in product research, design, development and 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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Mr. Vikas Jain (Asst Professor ME) and the faculty members. Mr Jain said; “It is good for the students to educate about practical education and Design to grow with market”.

 

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 expert 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;

 

The lecture is good and creative project are shown. In presentation learn about product design and development.- Mayank Harsona, ME, 3rd Year, SAIT, Indore.

 

The lecture is good, I learned about design process and which design process is needed, I also learn about the manufacturing of car equipment’s and what customer need for new cars.- Suraj Umale, ME, 3rd Year, SAIT, Indore.

 

 

 

Got knowledge about innovative parts of automobiles and there uses in modern worlds according to need of customers.- Shashwat Jain, 3rd Year, SAIT, Indore.

 

The lecture was good and effectiveness it is very knowledgeable.- Laxmi Narayan, ME, 3rd Year, SAIT, Indore.

 

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SIRT TRUBA Indore And DAuto Seminar No. 157 On Design For Manufacturing

INDORE: 20-09-2016: Sagar Institute of Research and Technology (TRUBA College of Engineering and Technology) Indore and DAuto came forward together for sharing the latest technology in the product research design and development field. The seminar of DAuto was based on “Design-For-Manufacturing” where students were expected to gain knowledge of launching a product in the market by following and completing relevant DFM cycle. This also was about sharing the career opportunities available for the engineering students in the various sectors. There were hundreds of the students in the seminar who took its benefit.

 

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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Mr. Vishal Achwal (Asst Professor ME) and the faculty members.

 

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;

 

Good seminar, it is very effective and we gain more knowledge about Design and developing the projects. - Roshan Dwivedi, Me, 3rd Year, SIRT TRUBA, Indore

 

Seminar is very useful for all Engineering students, it is very interesting about the Design field. Designing is very important for Engineering students.Chandan Chourasiya, ME, 3rd Year, SIRT TRUBA, Indore.

 

The seminar was overall good and effective, got knowledge about the manufacturing parts, proto parts and others.Nilesh Sharma, ME, 3rd Year, SIRT TRUBA, Indore.

 

  

The seminar was awesome, it is very fruitful and learn about some important un-known things about cars.Piyush Patel, ME, 3rd Year, SIRT TRUBA, Indore.

 

It is very interesting the teachers are giving presentation in front of us they are excellent and I am very thankful to them for giving the best knowledge from which we come to know about the things which we are not known. So it is interesting. - Deependra Singh Thakur, ME, 3rd Year, SIRT TRUBA, Indore.

 

This seminar was good and effective for all the students and I wish DAuto to come again and again, and present the seminar for our institute. - Akash Joshi, ME, 3rd Year, SIRT TRUBA, Indore

 

 

 

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Lord Krishna College of Technology Indore Organizes Expert Lecture on Design For Manufacturing No.156 Of DAuto

Indore: 19-09-2016: (LKCT) Lord Krishna College of Technology, Indore arranged an expert lecture of DAuto. The topic covered in the expert lecture was; Design-for-Manufacturing. Students acquired knowledge about industry requirements in various sectors, career opportunities, product, research, design and development process with prototyping. Hundreds of students took the benefits of this expert 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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Mr. Praveen Kumar (HOD ME) and the faculty members.

 

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 expert 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;

 

I really like this lecture and i have more interest in this field Vivek Gupta, ME, 3rd Year, LKCT,  Indore.

 

In this event I have learned about the new technologies which are available out of India and lecture is very effective and i like the way of teaching by teachers- Ashish Tirole, ME, 4th Year, LKCT, Indore.

 

It is very good lecture and we come to know something new from this event. We come to know about the latest technology running in market and the demands- Iftekhar Khan, ME, 3rd Year, LKCT, Indore .

 

 

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MediCaps Institute of Technology And Management Sets Design For Manufacturing Seminar No. 155 Of DAuto

INDORE: 19-09-2016: For bringing awareness of available career opportunities and transferring the requirements of various industries in the field of product, research, design, development and innovation, DAuto established a seminar at one of the prestigious technical institute in Madhya Pradesh i.e Medi-Caps Institute of Technology and Management, (MITM) Indore . The subject of event was “Design-for-Manufacturing” and hundreds of students were present to understand it.

 

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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Mr. Ram Bansal (Associate Professor ME and AU) and the faculty members.

 

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;

 

Design of component shown were good and enriching us with new automotive technological trend was helpful. - Amman H Malubhaiwala, 4th Year, ME , Medi-Caps, Indore.

 

It was really a knowledgeable gaining and quick and compact view of software included in automobile manufacturing sector I would like to link myself with Dauto and develop my skills- Shubham Rathore, 4th Year, ME, Medi-Caps , Indore.

 

I was not aware of DAuto operations but after season its seems that firms doing good. i would like to be the part of Firm in the near future.- Swamit Dubey, 4th Year, AU, Medi-Caps, Indore.

 

Over all presentation is very attractive and i learn a lot from it. It is very useful in automobile sector and various process invoke in manufacturing of automobile.- Akshay Agrawal, 4th Year, ME, Medi-Caps, Indore.

 

It was a great learning experience and knowing about the technologies on which industries work were amazing. The cad  model known (side mirror,door panel etc)were inspiring and motivating. as they know about the future technologies and present technologies that are been used- Shivam Kanungo, 4th Year, ME, Medi-Caps , Indore.

 

  

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Institute of Technology And Management Arranges Seminar on Design For Manufacturing No. 154 Of DAuto

GWALIOR: 09-09-2016:  The Institute of Technology and Management (ITM) Gwalior  and DAuto occupied the engineering students together for the seminar on Design-For-Manufacturing.  It was all about for the benefit of the students and their career. DAuto explained about the opportunities and fulfilling requirements of the industry for product research, design and development can be a strong base for making strong career ahead. Hundreds of students were present to understand “Design-For-Manufacturing” and the relevant opportunities through.

 

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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Mr. Amit Jain, Asst. Professor, (Mechanical Department), Mr. A T Thambre, Asst. Professor (Mechanical Department) and the other faculty members.

 

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!

 

Mr. Vikas Pandey the Director 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 seminar is quite good and effect on my mind. I am very much interested in design field and assembling the parts and make some change and doing some new in the whole automobile field- Himanshu Gangil, ITM, Gwalior.

 

Lecture delivered by the engineers seems to be very effective. Got to learn new things, and get to know how the things usually work. Such types of seminar should be organized so that  student actually know what engineering  is apart from their regular studies- Rajnesh Yadav, ITM, Gwalior.

 

The seminar was very good. There are some interesting topics are opened like design about making the product making prototype and the whole seminar was very good- Prashant Mishra, ITM, Gwalior.

 

Overall seminar and seminar representor are good and presents a huge impact on the designing and designing tools necessity- Pavan Verma, ITM, Gwalior.

 

Overall explanation was good. All the thing are learnt today was very new to us in designing field- Gaurav Mukhraiya, ITM, Gwalior.

 

Lecture given by the speakers was good and they gave good examples of all the things. They showed practical examples. Whole season was good and got good knowledge about use and designing in future and for major projects. I want to do work with them and want to learn more about deigning use in company- Nirdesh Kumar Pandey, ITM, Gwalior.

 

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BSF Polytechnic Tekanpur Places Seminar on Design For Manufacturing No. 153 Of DAuto

TEKANPUR: 09-09-2016: The BSF Polytechnic, Tekanpur  and DAuto came together via a seminar for the benefit of the students and their career. Design-for-Manufacturing was the topic for delivering requirements of the industry for product research, design and development among the students. Hundreds of students were present to understand “Design-For-Manufacturing” and the relevant opportunities through.

 

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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Mr. Sanjay Mittal, (Mechanical Department) and the other faculty members.

 

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!

 

Mr. Vikas Pandey the Director 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 seminar is totally knowledgeable and it about all the design field. This Type of Seminar are beneficial for engineering students as we are. The Seminar given by the faculty come here is very nice and we can say it Awesome- Rakesh Kumar, BSF Polytechnic, Tekanpur.

 

This Seminar is very informative and we see many prototype and many Actual size product- Ashwini Kumar, BSF Polytechnic, Tekanpur.

 

We really like your seminar and information given over the designing software- Alisha Bhardwaj, BSF Polytechnic, Tekanpur.

 

Today we attend this seminar its very good and I am very Motivated and interested to join designing field, We will be very Thankful to you if you start a designing classes in our college- Rishav Rana, BSF Polytechnic, Tekanpur.

 

This seminar is very effective and inspiring, I like the way they represented it and wish to start a designing in D Auto. I wish this will help me in my future- Varun Kumar, BSF Polytechnic, Tekanpur.

 

Your seminar is very effective to me. And also learnt by many things like how to design a product, its efficiency etc. Your company is designing so many real life project and we saw them. This was so attractive and knowledgeable for me- Pooja Ben Damor, BSF Polytechnic, Tekanpur.

 

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Bethesda Institute Of Technology And Science Sets Seminar on Design For Manufacturing No. 152 Of DAuto

GWALIOR: 08-09-2016:  BETHESDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCES (BITS) Gwalior was the venue for organizing the seminar of DAuto where hundreds of students made their presence to learn about Design-For-Manufacturing. It was about transferring industry requirements for product research, design and development among the students.

 

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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Mr. Bhupendra Singh Bhadoreiya, Asst. Professor (Mechanical Department) , Mr. Rahul Sharma, Asst. Professor (Civil Department), Ms. Ritu Chaturvedi, Asst. Professor (Electrical Department), and other faculty members from different departments or engineering.

 

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!

 

Mr. Vikas Pandey the Director 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;

 

 I get knowledge and information about new thing, I have Interest for branded vehicle but do not show about it deeply. In your seminar , I realize that it is also a part of our Knowledge- Aman Dubey- 5th Sem, BITS, Gwalior.

 

I get more information and knowledge about designing field and other new things. This increased my interest in Automobile sector-

Amit Kushwanshi-5th Sem, BITS, Gwalior.

 

 

 

This types of seminars are very effective for engineering students. I like this kinds of seminars and these are really fantastic-

Amit Singh- 7th Sem, BITS, Gwalior.

 

The overall seminar was good and it helped me lot getting wide knowledge on the field of machine design. Today’s seminar changed my overall concept to the field of machine design. The designing concept and technical part were awesome-

Alex Varghese-8th Sem, BITS, Gwalior.

 

It was really great for us that you came to our college and enlighten us with this knowledge over the field of computer aidded design. And will look forward to you if I want make my future in designing field-  Jubin Kuru villa – 7thSem, BITS, Gwalior.

 

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Maharana Pratap College of Technology Gwalior Places Seminar on Design For Manufacturing No. 151 Of DAuto

GWALIOR: 08-09-2016: (MPCT) Maharana Pratap College of Technology Gwalior arranged the seminar of DAuto. The subject of seminar was; Design-for-Manufacturing. Delivering industry requirements for product research, design and development among the students was the main motive behind the event. Hundreds of students were present to understand “Design-For-Manufacturing” and the relevant opportunities through.

 

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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Mr. S L Verma, Asst. Prof. (Mechanical Department) and Mrs. Farha Khanam (Asst. Prof- Mechanical Department).

 

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!

 

Mr. Vikas Pandey the Director 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;

 

My feedback about the company. The company provided good about R & D techniques to the students. And the job seekers, Design is very important for a particular engineer to understand and should have good views that

Can implement in feature- Puneet Jindal, MPCT, Gwalior.

 

Your seminar is very effective & I obtain very important technical information about it- Deeraj Kasde, MPCT, Gwalior.

 

Respective seminar was very impressive and inspire me to go further & learn more in design field- Aman Chaturvedi, MPCT, Gwalior.

 

About feedback, seminar was very good for me and there techniques was so experienced according to me-

Harshit Verma, Gwalior.

 

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Expert Lecture on Design For Manufacturing No. 150 At Amity University Gwalior

GWALIOR: 07-09-2016: The venue was Amity University in Gwalior. The event was about delivering industry requirements for product research, design and development. It was an expert lecture by DAuto where hundreds of students were present to understand “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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Dr. Sanjay Gomasta, Associate Prof. & HOD (Mechanical Department), Mr. Ashish Dixit (Asst. Prof- Mechanical & Automation), Mr. Nishant Sharma (Asst. Prof- Mechanical & Automation), Mr. Mahendra Kr. Agrawal (Asst. Prof- Mechanical & Automation), and the faculty members.

 

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 expert lecture, attendees not only learned the Design-For-Manufacturing concept with process, they actually routed to apply it to their own product design!

 

Mr. Vikas Pandey the Director 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 very interesting. I come to know many things in this seminar- Shantanu Singh Tomar, Amity University, Gwalior.

 

Interesting and very useful for students, who want to learn software- Saurav Bisht, Amity University, Gwalior.

 

With the help of this seminar we came to know about the training opportunities & there benefits- Mohammad Shail Khan, Amity University, Gwalior.

 

The design of the cars which you design is good, overall the seminar is good and helpful for us- Abhishek Sharma, Amity University, Gwalior.

 

Very helpful for me to know about aspects related with design and production- Vikesh Singh kirav, Amity University, Gwalior.

 

This seminar gives us knowledge and create interest about designing- Dinesh Jha, Amity University, Gwalior.

 

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Design For Manufacturing Expert Lecture No. 149 Held At TIT Advance Bhopal

BHOPAL: 02-09-2016: The venue was TIT-Advance which is a branch of Technocrats TIT Group of Institutions in Bhopal. The event was about delivering industry requirements for product research, design and development. It was a expert lecture by DAuto where hundreds of students were present to understand “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.

 

The event also was accompanied by Dr. Hitesh Khare, HOD (Mechanical Department) and Dr. Amit Pradhan, professor (ME), and the faculty members.

 

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 expert lecture, attendees not only learned the Design-For-Manufacturing concept with process, they actually routed to apply it to their own product design!

 

Mr. Vikas Pandey the Director 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;

 

I would like to thanks Daut to share knowledge with us in research and development. Ramesh Yadav, 3rd Sem, Mechanical, TIT-Advance, Bhopal.

 

Easy learning and interesting designing software. Hrshida Pandey, 3rd Sem, Mechanical, TIT-Advance, Bhopal.

 

The expert lecture was knowledge full I’m very happy to learn about designing field. Vinay Singh, 3rd Sem, Mechanical, Mechanical, Technocrats Institute of Technology and Science (TIT-S), Bhopal.

 

Expert lecture was very effective and knowledgeable. Saurabh Sharma, 3rd Sem, Mechanical, TIT-Advance, Bhopal.

 

I like this expert lecture because this expert lecture motivated us about designing and its sector. Ravi Kumar Gajbhiye, 5th Sem, Mechanical, TIT-Advance, Bhopal.

 

I’m motivated for new creation research and development it was excellent. Pawan Nagar, 5th Sem, Mechanical, TIT-Advance, Bhopal.

 

 

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