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Week-2 Challenge BIW

1.What is the process of project execution activity? The Process of project execution activity involves many operations/activities, Below are some major process discussed RFQ: A Request for Quotation (RFQ) is a business process in which a company or public entity requests a quote from a supplier for the purchase of…

Week-3 Challenge BIW

1.What is Design Methodology?  Design methodologies is one of the pre design process which is the steps followed during the concept designing phases in fixture design. - A purchase order, or PO, is an official document issued by a buyer committing to pay the seller for the sale of specific…

WEEK-1 Challenge- BIW

1.What is BIW & define its parts? BIW-Body in white is a metal sheet/Aluminium sheet components joined together using differnet techniques like welding,Brazing,Riviting etc to form a vehicle structure. Doors,seats,dashboard,Engine motors,Chasis etc., will be fixed in this frame structure.   BIW Parts are listed…

Week 7:- Base Unit Design Challenges 1

1) What is the Base Unit? What are the typical parts of the Base Unit? - A base unit is the unit designed to mount all the 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.  …

Week 7- Base Unit Design Challenges 2

OBJECTIVE:    Design a Base Unit with all weldments for the given Car Panel. And Design all the necessary Units required for the Fixture design.   BASE UNIT: A unit used to mount all unit over it like a clamp, pin likewise. Also, it will rest subpart of the main unit like the pneumatic valve box which is…

Week 8:- 3D Finishing - Challenges 1

1) What do you understand by the 3D finish process? - 3D finish is the process where 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: Perform 3D finish for all units of Assembly design. Create Rough locators for Assembly.   3D FINISH: The 3D finish is the process where design is completely finishing & to be ready for final simulation & 2D detailing In 3D finishing we perform and ensure the following points: Hole…

Week 9:- 2D Detailing Challenge

Q.1) what are the Drawing templates? Ans: Drawing templates are the files of frames and title block which convey the design information that are used to generate 2 D drawing from 3 D part. Neat and detailed Drawing templates convey more information from designer to manufacturer. so we can avoid misunderstanding…

Week 10:- 2D Detailing Challenge

 AIM 1.Drafting a Key Sheet for the Complete Fixture assembly  2.Drafting a Base Unit and the Fix Pin Unit drawings with all child parts    Key Sheet for the Complete Fixture assembly    The Below shown Diagram is a projection view       The Below…

Week 11:- 2D Detailing Challenge 2

AIM: 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…

Week 12:- Documentation Challenge

Bill of Materials (BOM):A bill of materials (also known as a BOM or bill of material) is a comprehensive list of parts, items, assemblies and other materials required to create a product, as well as instructions required for gathering and using the required materials. The bill of materials can be understood as the recipe…

Course Certificates

Automotive BIW Fixture Design using CATIA V5

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