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Projects approved under the scheme “Enhancement of competitiveness in the Indian Capital Goods Sector” by the Apex Committee meeting.

(i)    Creation of Centre of Excellence at CMTI for Development of Advanced technologies for hi-tech Shuttleless Looms (Textile Machinery)

Project:  The project relates to creation of Centre of Excellence at CMTI for Development of Advanced technologies for hi-tech indigenous Shuttleless Looms (Textile Machinery) to attain the speeds of 450 rpm and above in association with Consortium of TMMA

Presently the local shuttleless looms have a speed of speed of 250 rpm which is considered as lower end of technology. At present around 11,000 shuttleless looms both new and second hand (app.22%) for a value of Rs.1770 crore are being imported during 2013-14. The technology is monopolized by Italy, Belgium and Germany. Each loom costs between Rs 20 lakh to Rs 45 lakh depending upon the features. The total demand of shuttleless looms in the country during five years is estimated at 1.50 lakh nos. In absence of access to manufacturing technologies, the Indian Industry has no choice but to develop the technology locally.

(ii) Creation of Common Engineering Facility Centre for hi-tech tools, dies and moulds by TAGMA

Project relates to setting up of common engineering facilities for hi-tech tools, dies and moulds in Chakan, Pune by TAGMA. The proposed facility envisages a project cost of Rs 52 crore, which includes Rs 32.84 crore in machineries. Apex Committee has approved Rs 26.27 crore as grants for establishment of the Common Engineering Facilities Centre in 1 year to benefit 200 MSMEs subject to allotment of land by MIDC.  After success of this model, it would be replicated at two more locations - NCR and South India.

Creation of Centre of Excellence (COE) at Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IIT-M) for development of Machine tool Technologies

Project relates to development of 11 machine tool technologies under Centre of Excellence component of the Scheme by Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IIT-M) in association with following six machine tool companies as Industry partners:

 

(i)         Development of 5 axis CNC Multi-tasking machine- Jyoti CNC Automation Ltd.

(ii)        Development of 5axis CNC Universal Machining Centre- Jyoti CNC Automation Ltd.

(iii)       Development of Hydrostatic Systems for Machine Tools -Micromatic Grinding Technologies

(iv)       Automation of Grinding Process Intelligence -Micromatic Grinding Technologies

(v)        Thermal Compensation Strategy for CNC lathes -Ace Designers Ltd.

(vi)       Ultra Precision Micro Machining Centre -Machine Tools Aids Bureau

(vii)      Low Cost Machine Tending Robot -Machine Tools Aids Bureau

(viii)     Multi Station Robotic Grinder and Polisher-Chennai Metco Pvt. Ltd.

(ix)       Orbital Motion Abrasive Cutting of Metals-Chennai Metco Pvt. Ltd.

(x)        Direct Drive Automatic Abrasive Cut off Machine-Chennai Metco Pvt. Ltd.

(xi)       Development of 5kW drives and 25kW spindle drives for machine tool applications -Interface Design Associate P Ltd.

The project has been approved by the Apex Committee in its second meeting held on 8.10.2015. These technologies are required to be developed import substitutes as high precision and cutting edge technologies in machine tool sector is a must for the country for making “Make in India” vision a success. The infrastructure so created under the COE and facilities created can be used by other industries also and will facilitate creation of an ecosystem. The government budgetary support would be limited to 44.7539 crores.

 

Common Engineering Facility Centre for training and skill development at HMT Training Institute

Project relates to setting up of Common Engineering Facility Centre for training and skill development  at HMT Training Institute at a cost of Rs.0.97 crore, 20% of which i.e. Rs.19.40 lakhs will be borne by HMT. The project has been approved by the Apex Committee in its second meeting held on 8.10.2015.  The Project aims to train in the job roles of CNC Operator, Fitter Mechanical Assembly, Quality Inspector, Machine wiring/ interfacing, Fitter Electrical Assembly using the expertise of staff and the infrastructural facility of HMT Machine Tools.

 

Machine Tool Park at Tumkur

Project relates to setting up a Machine Tool Park at Tumkur by Government of Karnataka, in coordination with IMTMA. This project has been approved by the Apex Committee in its third meeting held on 28.1.2016. Under this project, 500 areas of integrated machine tools park will be set up near the Japanese park in NMIZ, Tumkur. The project cost of Rs 421 crore will be partially met from the Government of India grant support of Rs 125 crore. The Government support will enable raising quality of industrial infrastructure to global level. This park will have most modern industrial infrastructure.When implemented fully, the park is expected to double Indian turnover of machine tools to Rs.9000 crore, with matching saving in imports/ forex. More than one lack jobs in primary & secondary manufacturing sectors as well as in commercial/ administrative arena will be created.

Creation of Centre of Excellence (COE) at PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore for development of welding Technologies

Project relates to setting up a Centre of Excellence in welding technology by PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore.    This project has been approved by the Apex Committee in its third meeting held on 28.1.2016. Project envisages  to set up a most modern welding technology centre of excellence in collaboration with major stake holders like Welding Research Institute, Manufacturers of welding equipment/  products and FICCI etc.  The Centre of Excellence will support Indian manufacturers by proving latest technologies developed by the Centre for home -made welding machine tools, consumables and locally trained manpower particularly in high-end welding jobs required by strategy sector.  The total budget, excluding land and building, is estimated to be Rs.26.7 crore.  Out of this, the government will provide Rs.21.10 crore. It is expected that hundreds of high -tech welding jobs will be created as a result of the centre. 

Technology support sought by HMT Machine Tools Limited from M/s Fraunhofer of Germany, under Technology Acquisition Fund Programme

Project relates to proposal from HMT Machine Tools Limited, a PSU, for modernizing its product portfolio by manufacturing latest lathe and turning mill centre under Technology Acquisition Fund Programme Component of the Scheme. Government will provide a grant of Rs. 1.54 crores to the company.HMT Machine Tools Limited pioneered setting up and growth of machine tool industry in India. For this they are collaborating with M/s Fraunhofer of Germany, the leading  industrial technology development institute of  the world.  As a result, HMT will be in a position to supply most modern and latest ranges of these machines to Railways, Defence, Shipping, Aviation and Aerospace etc.  This project has been approved by the Apex Committee in its third meeting held on 28.1.2016.

Common Engineering Facility Centre for electro slag re-melting, welding,  gear box manufacturing and non-destructive testing by HEC

Project relates to setting up a Common Engineering Facility Center for providing niche training in the field of relating to electro slag re-melting, welding,  gear box manufacturing and non-destructive testing from HEC – a central PSU in the area of manufacture of heavy engineering  equipment since Nehruvian era. This project has been approved by the Apex Committee in its third meeting held on 28.1.2016.Under this project, HEC has collaborated with Messrs CNIITMASH – a Russian government Industrial Technology Research Institute. The importance of the collaboration is in the fact that after several decades, closely held and strategically significant technologies will again flow to India, modernizing Nehruvian era PSUs and private sector units.  The project size is envisaged at Rs 50 crores.The proposal is for imparting training to 1350 engineers in three years in the latest technologies relating to electro slag re-melting, welding, gear box manufacturing and non-destructive testing. 

 

 

 

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