Today’s machines, be they for semiconductor manufacturing, precision part machining or inspection, operate at faster rates along with increasing precision. This is brought about by designers having skills and knowledge of the machines and the processes. These experienced designers are much sought-after and rare people. Therefore, this highly practical, case study-based course provides participants with the fundamentals of the precision engineering principles and the state-of-the-art design concepts for achieving higher precision and accuracy in machines and products. The course covers the applications of key mechanical components, and practical approaches for machines and mechanisms design and analysis. Case studies are included to help participants to gain the knowledge for addressing the real-world industrial needs.
Why This Course
- Highly practical and intensive
- Latest knowledge and up-to-date technology
- Case studies highlighting industrial applications
- Expert trainers in the field with industrial experience
Who Should Attend
This course targets at mechatronics/mechanical/electrical/control engineers, precision machines and automation systems designers and researchers, process engineers and plant supervisors. The course is also relevant for participants from industries, such as precision engineering, electronics, machine tools, automotive, aerospace, optics, semiconductor and etc, where accuracy capability and performance is critical to the production.