Quality Control

Pakistan Industrial Technical Assistance Centre recognises that Skills and knowledge are the driving forces of economic growth and social development of any country. They have become even more important given the increasing pace of globalisation and technological advancement that is taking place in the world. Countries with higher and better levels of skills adjust more effectively to the challenges and opportunities of globalisation. PITAC provides short term intensive training courses in a number of different fields and disciplines, these are designed such that the supply-side responses are perpetually in sync with the demand side impulses both from domestic engineering environments as well as international markets.Thus our courses are relevant and in tune with the demands of the marketplace and our approach is one of practical’s, on the job training and usage of the latest machinery and software. Our AutoCAD courses are some of the most popular in Lahore today and regularly oversubscribed. For further information contact training@pitac.gov.pk , or call 042-99230701.

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Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                          Morning & Evening

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Introduction of Inspection and Measuring Techniques:

Aim is to provide students with an understanding of the techniques available for non-contact inspection and measurement with an emphasis on the application of computer vision to the manufacturing industry.

  • After successfully completing this unit, the student should be able to achieve the following objectives and learning outcomes:
  • Develop an understanding and appreciation of the intelligent inspection systems and their applications to the manufacturing industry.
  • Attain a degree of competency in the development and application of various sensing techniques
  • available and how they are combined with other equipment and software to form inspection systems.
  • Apply the practical experience in the use of some tools for inspection and measurement
  • Apply the knowledge of some of the algorithms used in the simple digital image processing software
  • Assess the trends in inspection technology development and their applications

Details:
Duration                      6 Weeks (5 days a week)
Timing                          Morning & Evening

Topics:
Learning Objectives:
Introduction of Coordinate Measuring Machine:

A technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science certificate in the Coordinate Measuring Machine program. Covers the roles and types of CMMs; modes of operation; types of probes; CMM software; measuring features; alignments and reverse engineering (digitizing). Prerequisites: MCH 115. Audit available

Intended Outcomes for the course

This course is based on performance outcomes. The following performance outcomes are based upon established industry standards. The student will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • the machine coordinate system
  • the part coordinate system, alignments
  • datums
  • translations
  • rotations
  • measured and constructed features
  • volumetric construction & compensation
  • projections
  • tip compensation
  • effective probing technique