Abhijeet
Abhijeet Magdum

Design engineer

About

I am mechanical engineer with experience in industrial automation & passionate towards design field.

Domains

Software Skills

CATIA V5

CATIA V5Not verified by Skill-Lync

SOLIDWORKS

SOLIDWORKSNot verified by Skill-Lync

Autodesk AutoCAD

Autodesk AutoCADNot verified by Skill-Lync

Solid Edge

Solid EdgeNot verified by Skill-Lync

Area of Expertise

Plastic design

Plastic designNot verified by Skill-Lync

BIW Fixtures design

BIW Fixtures designNot verified by Skill-Lync

Interior trim design

Interior trim designNot verified by Skill-Lync

Exterior trim design

Exterior trim designNot verified by Skill-Lync

College Information

B.E

Annasaheb Dange College of Engineering and Technology, Ashta

15 Jun 2009 - 31 May 2014

School Information

12th

Vidyamandir Highschool & Junior College Islampur

01 Jun 2007 - 30 Apr 2009

10th

Aadarsh Balak Mandir, Peth

01 Jun 2006 - 30 Apr 2007

Projects

Brief introduction to BIW

What is BIW & define its parts? Answer- BIW stands for Body in White. BIW is an assemblage of all welded sheet metal panels as before going for priming and painting. BIW refer to the welded sheet metal structure to which other component will be married i.e. engine, chassis, exterior and interior trim. Body in white…

Week 2:- BiW Fixture Basics Challenge

1. What is process of project execution activity? Answer: Project activities are those basically are being processed or being practiced in general project of BIW begins. Project activities are task from start to end of project. There are various step involved in project. Below fig. show flow chart of project activities.…

Week 3:- BiW Fixture Design Methodologies Challenges

What is design methodology? Answer: Design methodology design methodology is nothing but the steps followed during the concept designing stage of fixture design. Below are the steps followed during design methodology. Purchase order: Purchase order is basically confirmation from customer side that we are ready to start…

Week 5:- Rest Unit & Clamp Unit Design Challenge

Design 3 Different types of Power Clamp Unit with Different Riser, Blade and Clamp Arm for the given Car Panel. Design 2 Different types of Rest Unit for the given Car Panel. Aim/Introduction/ Objective: In this challenge we have to design 3 Different types of Power Clamp Unit with Different Riser, Blade and Clamp Arm…

Week 6:- Clamp Unit & Pin-Clamp Unit Design Challenge

Design 3 Different types of Swivel Clamp Unit with Different Riser, Blade and Clamp Arm for the given Car Panel. Design a Pin-Clamp unit for the given Car Panel. Aim/Introduction/ Objective: In this challenge we have to Design 3 Different types of Swivel Clamp Unit with Different Riser, Blade and Clamp Arm for the given…

Week 7:- Base Unit Design Challenges 1

What is the base unit & what are the typical parts of the base unit? Answer: A base unit is the unit designed to mount all other units (Clamp unit, pin unit, rest unit etc) of the tool, also other parts necessary for a tool like pneumatic valve box, trunking cable path will also be mounted on to a base unit. Below figure…

Week 7- Base Unit Design Challenges 2

Aim/ Objective: Design a Base Unit with all weldments for the given Car Panel & Design all the other remaining Units required for this Fixture assembly. Theory & report: A base unit is the unit designed to mount all other units (Clamp unit, pin unit, rest unit etc) of the tool, also…

Week 8:- 3D Finishing - Challenges 1

What do you understand by the 3D finish process? Answer: 3D finish is a process where the design is being completely finish & to be ready for final simulation & 2D detailing. While finishing the design the nominality of holes is checked which ensures the easy assembly of all the units. The hole concentricity &…

Week 8:- 3D Finishing Challenge 2

Aim/ Introduction: Perform 3D finish for all units of assembly design. Create rough locators for assembly. Theory: 3D Finish 3D finish is a process where the design is being completely finish & to be ready for final simulation & 2D detailing. Following points are taken into consideration while finishing the design…

Week 9:- 2D Detailing Challenge

What are the Drawing templates? Answer: First of all let we know about some basic definition of drawing. Drawings (A graphical representation): If compared with verbal or written description, drawing offer far better idea about the shape, size & appearance of any object or simulation or location, that too in quite…

Week 10:- 2D Detailing Challenge

Objectives: Draft a Key Sheet for the Complete Fixture assembly created in challenge 8. Draft a Base Unit and the Fix Pin Unit drawings with all child parts for the complete Fixture assembly from challenge 8. Report: Key Sheet for the Complete Fixture assembly. ( P001_Z01_ST006_00_00).…

Week 11:- 2D Detailing Challenge 2

Aim/ Objective: 1. Create 2D Drawing for each Clamp Units with all child parts and also create Child pard drawing for the same for the Fixture assembly created in challenge 8. 2. Create 2D Drawing for each Pin Units drawings with all child parts and also create Child pard drawing for the same for the Fixture assembly created…

Week 12:- Documentation Challenge

Aim/ Objective: Create a BOM and Hardware list (BOP) for the complete Fixture assembly from challenge 8. Answer: BOM: A bill of materials or product structure (sometimes bill of material, BOM or associated list) is a list of the raw materials, sub-assemblies, intermediate assemblies, sub-components, parts, and the quantities…

Week 8 - Challenge 1 - Draft Analysis on a Fan Cover

Objective: Creating the tooling axis for the given Fan cover model meeting the requirements of the draft angle and perform the Draft analysis on the model. Detailed report: Checking continuity of given class A surface: First of all we have to check continuity of given class A surface to ensure class A surface is properly…

Week 8 - Challenge 2 - Base Bracket Design

Objective: Create the Base Bracket Plastic component through the given Class-A surface. To begin with, the tooling axis for the given Class-A Surface should be created meeting the requirements of the draft angle and at the end perform the Draft analysis on the model. Detailed Report: Terms used: Class A surface: It is…

Week 8 - Challenge 3 - Switch Bezel Design

Aim/ Objective: Create the Switch Bezel Plastic component through the given Class-A surface. To begin with, the tooling axis for the given Class-A Surface should be created meeting the requirements of the draft angle and at the end perform the Draft analysis on the model. Taking the Thickness of the component to be 2.5…

Door Arm Rest Week 8 Challenge

Aim/Objective: Creation of Door Arm rest and add thickness to it. Detailed Report: Terms used: Class A surface: It is outermost surface of automobile which gives aesthetic look to vehicle. It is physically touchable. It is obtained from clay modeling by reverse engineering. This surface is given input to plastic product…

Week 8 - Challenge 4 - Coin Holder Design

Aim/Objective: Create the Coin Holder Plastic component through the given Class-A surface. To begin with, the tooling axis for the given Class-A Surface should be created meeting the requirements of the draft angle and at the end perform the Draft analysis on the model. Take the Thickness of the component to be 2.5 mm.…

Week 8 - Challenge 5 - Core & Cavity Design

Aim/ Objective: Create the Core and cavity blocks for the switch bezel designed in the earlier challenge.  Terms used: Core Half (B Side): The core is usually the interior or noncosmetic side of the part. The core side also contains the ejection mechanism that pushes the completed part out of the mold. The core is the…

Week 9 - Attachment Feature Creation - Challenge 1

 Aim: To design ribs on the coin holder considering every design rule considered in industry. Theory: Class A surface: It is outermost surface of automobile which gives aesthetic look to vehicle. It is physically touchable. It is obtained from clay modeling by reverse engineering. This surface is given input to plastic…

Week 9 - Attachment Feature Creation - Challenge 2

Aim: Create the boss and Dog House for the Centre console coin holder considering the design rules. Theory: Class A surface: It is outermost surface of automobile which gives aesthetic look to vehicle. It is physically touchable. It is obtained from clay modeling by reverse engineering. This surface is given input to plastic…

Week 9 - Project 1 - Door Applique Design with Engineering Features

Aim: Create door appliqué from given class A surface. Then create attachment feature like locators & heat stake considering the design rules. Perform draft analysis on class A surface as well as final component. Door appliqué surface: Door attachment surface: Theory: Heat stakes: In manufacturing products with thermoplastic…

Course Certificates

Plastic Design using CATIA V5

Completion Certificate UID : ghed5i4qbvpkr20o

Automotive BIW Fixture Design using CATIA V5

Completion Certificate UID : fybvmcpizk9xjedn

Participation Certificates

A brief and broad introduction to Aerospace background

Workshop Certificate UID : hlq38vuga0