Abuthagier
Abuthagier S

Mechanical Design Engineer

, NX-CAD, SHEET-METAL-DESIGN, BIW-DESIGN

About

I am a quick learner and I have good knowledge in BIW fixture Design and Simulation and i am quite good in GD&T, Solidworks, Robotic simulation, Robcad, DELMIA V5&CATIA. I have a couple of hobbies, I am fond of hearing music's and Playing cricket.

Experience

Design Engineer

DESIGN AUTOMEC

14 Jul 2021 - Still Now

Trainee Design Engineer

DESMAAN PRIVATE LIMITED

08 Jul 2019 - 08 Feb 2020

Domains

Software Skills

SOLIDWORKS

SOLIDWORKSNot verified by Skill-Lync

CATIA V5

CATIA V5Not verified by Skill-Lync

Siemens NX

Siemens NXNot verified by Skill-Lync

Autodesk AutoCAD

Autodesk AutoCADNot verified by Skill-Lync

Area of Expertise

BIW Fixtures design

BIW Fixtures designNot verified by Skill-Lync

3D Modelling

3D Modelling Not verified by Skill-Lync

GD & T

GD & TNot verified by Skill-Lync

Drafting

DraftingNot verified by Skill-Lync

BIW Sheet metal design

BIW Sheet metal designNot verified by Skill-Lync

College Information

B.E

Adithya Institute Of Technology

20 Jul 2015 - 21 May 2019

School Information

12th

Bannari Amman Vidya Niketan, Matriculation Higher Secondary School

16 Jul 2014 - 21 Apr 2015

10th

Amma Matric Hr. Sec. School

04 Jun 2012 - 09 May 2013

Projects

Week 2:- BiW Fixture Basics Challenge

Question No. 1 - What is the process of project execution activity? Answer: PROCESS OF PROJECT EXECUTION ACTIVITY:                                     FIG 1. Project Activities The above figure shows the process involved in process…

Week 3:- BiW Fixture Design Methodologies Challenges

Question No.1 – What is Design methodologies? Answer: DESIGN METHODOLOGIES: Design methodologies is nothing but the steps followed during the concept designing stages of fixture design. The various stages of design methodologies are, Purchase order. Inputs from customer. Percentage of completion criteria. Design…

Week 4:- Pin Unit Design Challenge

                      CONCEPT OF FIXED PIN UNIT AND RETRACTABLE PIN UNIT OBJECTIVE: To design 2 different types of fixed pin unit with different pins, risers, blade & block and 2 different types of retractable pin unit with different pins, risers, blade, cylinder…

Week 5:- Rest Unit & Clamp Unit Design Challenge

OBJECTIVE: To design 3 different types of power clamp unit with different riser, blade and clamp arm & to design 2 different types of rest unit for the given car panel. ABSTRACT: In this project I have designed a different types of power clamp unit by validating a power clamp cylinder and by considering a clamping…

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

OBJECTIVE: To design 3 different types of Swivel clamp unit with different riser, blade and clamp arm for the given panel & to design pin clamp unit for the given car panel. ABSTRACT: In this project I have designed a different types of swivel clamp unit by validating a swivel clamp cylinder and by considering a clamping…

Week 7:- Base Unit Design Challenges 1

1. What is the base unit & what are the typical parts of the base unit? ANSWER: A base unit is the 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. And…

Week 7- Base Unit Design Challenges 2

AIM: To design a base unit for the pin units and clamp units including swivel clamp unit with all weldments for the given car panel. THEORITICAL PROCEDURE: BASE UNIT: A base unit is the 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…

Week 8:- 3D Finishing - Challenges 1

Question 1. What do you understand by the 3D finish process?   ANSWER: 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…

Week 8:- 3D Finishing Challenge 2

AIM: To design Rough locators for the fixture and to perform 3D finish for all the units (Clamping and Pin unit) for the given panel. Software Used:              CATIA V5 Introduction:                      …

Week 9:- 2D Detailing Challenge

Question No 1: What are the Drawing templates?   ANSWER: Drawing Templates are the standard drawing files that are used to detail the 3D Models like part modelling, product layout, etc.                                                Drawing Templates: Drawing templates are basically the drawing standards as per customers…

Week 10:- 2D Detailing Challenge

AIM:  To draft a key sheet for the complete fixture assembly created in challenge 8 and to draft a base unit and the fixed pin unit drawings with all child parts for the complete fixture assembly from challenge 8. Procedure: Key sheet for complete fixture: NOTE: To drafting a part, there's always been a standard procedure…

Week 11:- 2D Detailing Challenge 2

AIM: To create 2D drawing for each clamp units with all child parts and also create child part drawing for the same for the fixture assembly created in challenge 8. To create 2D drawing for each pin units drawing with all child parts and also create child part drawing for the same for the fixture assembly created…

Week 12:- Documentation Challenge

AIM: To create a BOM and Hardwarer list (BOP) for the complete fixture aasembly from challenge 8. PROCEDURE: Bill of materials is basically a file, which includes all the information required for the assembly of printed circuit boards. It is one of the most important things required while manufacturing PCBs. Failure in…

Benchmarking

BENCHMARKING: Benchmarking involves a structured comparison between similar products,services or processes on some dimensions of performance. For example it can be used to compare the availability and delivery of features in a product and in this form often provides the basis of consumer tests and reviews. These look at…

Underbody Coating

Underbody coating (UBC): Underbody coating which can also be called as underseal and also be shortly called as UBC. Underbody coating provides long term protection from corrosion and rust to car's underbody. It aslo protects parts like internal body panels, frame rails and other inner cavities that are not physically accesible…

Hood design-Week 2

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Fender Design Challenge

Objective: To design the front fender of a car with Drip area, sill mount area, bumper mount, and A-pillar mount region. Theory: Fender is the US english term for the part of an automobile (vehicle body) that frames a wheel well(the fender underside). Fender have two part i.e front fender and rear fender. Front fender…

Section Modulus calculation and optimization

AIM: To calculate the section modulus for the previously designed hood and to come up with the new section by optimization and altering the design. Theory: Use the Section from your Hood design and calculate the section modulus using the formula S = I/y S = Section Modulus I = Moment of Inertia Y = distance between the…

Roof challenge

Aim: For the Given Roof styling and to Develop the essential flanges and reinforcements, Provide appropriate dimension and check for Draft analysis and also submit your section modulus report on the 0-Y section. Do a curvature study on the roof and perform calculations to determine the position of the Bow-roof with the…

Design of backdoor

Design of BIW Back Door For Hatchback car using NX-Cad Objective: To design the back door of a car. To design an inner panel for the back door. To design the necessary reinforcement like Hinges, Gas stay, Wiper Motors, Latch and striker Using some basic standards. Draft Analysis for inner panel to verify whether it requirements…

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

Draft Analysis on a Fan Cover: THEORIES OF DRAFT ANALYSIS: Draft is required on all parts in the direction of mold movement in order to allow parts ti release or eject from the mold properly. Draft is the angle in which the part is tapered to allow it to realese. As the part cools, it tends to want to shrink to the core…

Week 8 - Challenge 2 - Base Bracket Design

OBJECTIVE: To carry draft analysis by creating the tooling direction for the given class-A-Surface. To create Class B and Class C surface for the given Base bracket with the given Class A Surface to design a component Draft Analysis on a BASE BRACKET: THEORIES OF DRAFT ANALYSIS: Draft is required on all parts in the direction…

Week 8 - Challenge 3 - Switch Bezel Design

OBJECTIVE: To carry draft analysis by creating the tooling direction for the given class-A-Surface. To create Class B and Class C surface for the given SWITCH BEZEL with the given Class A Surface to design a component Draft Analysis on a SWITCH BEZEL: THEORIES OF DRAFT ANALYSIS: Draft is required on all parts in the direction…

Door Arm Rest Week 8 Challenge

Door Arm Rest Week - Challenge 8: Creating Tooling Axis by following OEM Standards. Creating Class B Surface and Class C Surface using given Class A Surface as an input. Making Solid Part of 2.5mm thickness. Preforming Draft Analysis for input and output. Draft Analysis on a SWITCH BEZEL: THEORIES OF DRAFT ANALYSIS: Draft…

Course Certificates

Automotive BIW Fixture Design using CATIA V5

Completion Certificate UID : g8ne419tuaodxv5p

Automotive Sheet Metal Design using Siemens NX CAD / CATIA V5

Completion Certificate UID : wcv8jadq0zg41mnt

Participation Certificates

Introduction to Industrial Robotics using Process Simulate

Workshop Certificate UID : 0bgrh2u15x

Product Design and Development - Systems Engineering

Workshop Certificate UID : 792ec5r10v