Hand Tool Industries – Internship Industrial Training report

Hand Tool Industries – Internship Industrial Training report

The aim is to provide technology support services and trained manpower to engineering industry in general and the hand tools industries in particular to achieve global standards.
• CIHT is an autonomous organization.
• CIHT is a National Institute.
• CIHT was established in 1983 with assistance from UNDP, Government of India and Government of Punjab.
• CIHT is aspiring for latest technology to be a leader in region.

Organizational Profile
Hand Tools Industry consists of organized, small scale and cottage sector. About 80 % of small scale and cottage sector is located in and around Jalandhar in Punjab, Nagaur in Rajasthan and Purulia in West Bengal. The Hand Tools Industries are playing a vital role in economic development and earning valuable foreign exchange for the country.
With a view to provide technology support services to engineering industry in general and the hand tools industries in particular, the Government of India has set up Central Institute of Hand Tools as a National Institute in Jalandhar, in the state of Punjab as an autonomous organization with the assistance of U.N.D.P and Govt. of Punjab.
The management of the institute rests with the Governing Council appointed by the Govt. of India , with Development Commissioner, small scale industries as ex-officio chairman of the institute. The Principal Director is the Chief Executive Officer of the Institute. Other members include the Govt. officials and the industrialists from the industry.

Tool Room Services
The Tool Room is equipped with following indigenous as well as imported machinery: –
• CNC Wire Cut Machine
• CNC Machining Centre (VMC-800) HMT
• CNC Turning CL 2050 Make Batliboi
• CNC Vertical Machining Centre, DAEWOO
• CNC Turner Lathe Machine
• CNC Trainer Milling Machine
• 3D Co-ordinate Measuring Machine
• Injection Moulding Machine
• Spark Erosion Machine
• Lathe HMT NH-22/150

Lathe HMT NH-26/3000
• Vertical Milling Machine (HMT) – 2 Nos.
• Universal Milling Machine (HMT) – 2 Nos.
• Cylindrical Grinding Machine
• Horizontal Surface Grinding Machine
• Tool & Cutter Grinder
• Copy Milling Machine
• Shaper Machine – 2 Nos.
• Band Saw
• Power Hacksaw

The Tool Room is providing assistance to the industries by way of making: –
• Forging Dies
• Trimming Dies
• Blanking Dies
• Broaches
• Gauges

Heat Treatment Shop
The Heat Treatment Shop is equipped with the following indigenous as well as imported machinery/equipment to undertake training and heat treatment of various Hand Tools and other engineering industries.
• Induction Heater (High Frequency), 60 KW
• Induction Heater (High Frequency), 20 KW
• Salt Bath Furnace (Neutral)
• Electric Tempering Furnace – 3 Nos.
• High Speed Steel Electrode Type Salt Bath Furnace
• Hydraulic Straightening Press
• Gas Carburizing Furnace

The department is also providing assistance by way of doing quality Heat Treatment on: –
• Blanking Dies
• Trimming Dies
• Hand Tools
• Gears for Automobiles etc.
• Mild Steel

Forge Shop
The Forge Shop is equipped with the following hammers and presses to provide technical training and common facilities services to the industries: –
• Forging Press, Capacity 600 Ton (Imported)
• Belt Drop Hammer, Capacity – 2 Ton
• Belt Drop Hammer, Capacity – 1 Ton
• Power Press, Capacity 120 Ton (Italy)
• Power Press, Capacity 100 Ton
• Power Press, Capacity 50 Ton
• Power Press, Capacity 200 Ton
• Billet Shearing Machine, Capacity 100 MM
• Oil Fired Furnaces – 2 Nos.
• Induction Heater 125 KW

This department is providing common facility services by way of forging following Hand Tools: –
• Claw Hammer
• Open End Spanner
• Brick Blaster
• Masson Hammer
• Pipe Wrench
• Bearing Puller
• Ring Spanner
• Pipe Fittings

This department is providing assistance to the industry by way of testing various materials i.e. chemical composition, physical properties etc. The section is also carrying out the inspection of various screw gauges and measuring instruments.

Testing & Quality Control Section has the following main equipments: –
• Equipment for chemical testing for iron, steel brass and bronze etc.
• Salt spray test apparatus
• Bursting Strength Testing Machine
• Dead Weight Pressure Gauge Tester

Forging process
Forging process

Forging is one of the oldest known metalworking processes. Traditionally, forging was performed by a smith using hammer and anvil, and
though the use of water power in the production and working of iron dates to the 12th century, the hammer and anvil are not obsolete. The smithy or forge has evolved over centuries to become a facility with engineered processes, production equipment, tooling, raw materials and products to meet the demands of modern industry.
In modern times, industrial forging is done either with presses or with hammers powered by compressed air, electricity, hydraulics or steam. These hammers may have reciprocating weights in the thousands of pounds. Smaller power hammers, 500 lb (230 kg) or less reciprocating weight, and hydraulic presses are common in art smithies as well. Some steam hammers remain in use, but they became obsolete with the availability of the other, more convenient, power sources.

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Sachin Thorat

Sachin is a B-TECH graduate in Mechanical Engineering from a reputed Engineering college. Currently, he is working in the sheet metal industry as a designer. Additionally, he has interested in Product Design, Animation, and Project design. He also likes to write articles related to the mechanical engineering field and tries to motivate other mechanical engineering students by his innovative project ideas, design, models and videos.

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