Hmt Ajmer Training Report

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* Acknowledgement

I whole heartedly express my sincere gratitude to MR. P.K. Singh and to the management of H.M.T Machine Tools Ltd. Ajmer for providing me the opportunity to undergo training in a reputed firm like HMT. I am also thankful to Mr. Sevaram who guided me in the foundry. I am also grateful to all the operators of various machines who provided us with the best practical knowledge while working on the machines. This report preparation would have been a difficult task without the support & suggestions of Mr. Sushil Kumar & Mr. Preetpal Singh of department of mechanical engineering, I also express my gratitude towards them. I am equally thankful to the Chairperson of the Department Mechanical Engineering and other teaching and non-teaching staff for due guidance and support.

Date: 06-09-2012 Manjeet Kumar

1. Preface
The industrial revolution in the 18-century brought about the upliftment of Science & Technology. The revival of learning showed a new way of life the world in various spheres. Since then the industries have made a lot of progress. The industries have made a history in the world and since then they are progressing with leaps and bounds. In India, industries during that time were small ones. The British were afraid that in case the India come to know "The Know How" of various industries then the British economy, would have lessened there by bringing about the decline of the British Empire in India. After Independence India has made such a remarkable progress in the industries that it becomes necessary to mention that the India intelligence has proved its worth and the labors has also contributed a lot towards the progress, The Indian Industries can now compete in the world. The industries have helped India to have good trade with the other countries and have earned a good amount of foreign exchange there by raising the economic standards and making way of India to become self sufficient and self reliant.

CHAPTER-1 1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 GENERAL
The H.M.T. Ajmer previously called as Machine Tools Corporation of India Ltd., which was incorporated in January. 1967 to set-up a Grinding Machine Tools Plant at Ajmer to specialize in the Manufactures, development and Marketing of high precision and sophisticated grinding machine tools, which are urgently required for our rapidly development national economy. It was installed as a branch of H.M.T. under the technical collaboration with TOS Hitivar, Czechoslovakia. It was commencing its production with a small but highly versatile universal tool post Grinder "MTC" Model (ITG-15a) in the year 1970. The factory has been able to progressively tools like Universal Tools & Cutter Grinder "MTC" Model (GTC - 28), Crankshaft Grinding "MTC" Model (GCS-500), Vertical Surface Grinder "MTC" Model (GVS-30), Internal Grinder "MTC" Model (GIF-80) and Center less Grinding Machine. However it has started the production of centre lathe of various sized also. The H.M.T. Ajmer has its own design & development in which new designs are being development to cover requirements of small scale as well as specialized industries such as Ball & Roller Bearing Industry. It has a well developed machining and inspecting facilities and a most modern Tools room where Jigs and fixture and tools are manufacture to very standards comparable with the best in world

1.2 HMT MACHINE TOOLS LTD., AJMER
1.2.1 Profile
The Unit was established at Ajmer as "MACHINE TOOL CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED." Government of India was undertaking in January, 1967 with the collaboration of Czechoslovakian M/s. Skoda export and M/s.WMW, GDR then the East Germany. For the...
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