Carpentry and joinery are common terms used with any class of work with wood. Carpentry deals with all work of constructional nature such as roofs, floors, partitions etc.
Numerical Control (NC) is a software-based machine tool control technique developed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in early 1960s. It has now evolved into a mature technology known as Computer Numerical Control (CNC). At IITRAM workshop students are trained in CNC part programming and CNC tooling at CNC shop.
The bench work and fitting plays an important role in every engineering workshop to complete and finish the job to the desired accuracy. The work carried out by hand at the bench is called bench work.
The well-equipped machine shop of the workshop offers conventional machining processes for the practical, project and research purposes of the students of the institute.
Plumbing refers to the pipe systems and the installed fixture in a home or in a building for the purpose of transporting water and getting rid of waterborne wastes. A craftsman may be perfectly proficient with the hammer, saw and other tools, but the faces difficulties with leaking pipes and overflowing toilets.
Tim Smithy Shop
Many engineering and house articles such as boxes, cans, funnels, ducts etc. are made from a flat sheet of metal. The process is known as tin smithy. For this the development of the article is first drawn on the sheet metal, then cut and folded, to form the required shape of the article.
Welding is a process for joining two similar or dissimilar metals by fusion. It joins different metals/alloys, with or without the application of pressure and with or without the use of filler metal.
Wiring is the insulated conductor that carries electricity. The wire that is used in a building such as a home or a factory is called building wire. The wire inside a piece of machinery is usually called equipment wire. Wire is measured by its diameter.