The skill development is foundation of nation building and KIET Group of Institutions is committed for this from last two decades. To fulfill its commitment KIET Group of Institutions have taken up many steps for skill development of youth. The recent skill development initiative is the joint venture of KIET GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS and BIESSE MANUFACTURING COMPANY PVT. LTD. in the form of “Centre of Advanced Woodworking (CAW)”. The prime objective of the CAW is to impart the training to young professionals and to develop new entrepreneur in the highly disorganized woodworking industry with a concept of smart factory. To achieve the objective of CAW, Centre is having highly automated woodworking machinery and software to mitigate the requirement of industry in terms of technology and trained manpower.
BIESSE Group is an ITALY based MNC specializing in the wood working segment since 1968 and involved in designing, Manufacturing, and marketing of a comprehensive range of technology and solutions for joiners and large furniture window doors and wood building components manufacturers. In recent years BIESSE has also been active in the plastic processing machinery sector, developing ad-hoc solution for the growing market. BIESSE India having its tech centre at Nelamangala Bengaluru is a sprawling space of 1000 square metres where all the modern amenities to accommodate the wide range of machinery are in place. From Edge Banding to CNC Nesting, as many as fifteen technologies are in display with each variant offering an innovative yet unique solution in the field of wood, glass, and advanced material processing. Our dedicated training facility at the tech centre helps in educating customers regarding all the latest developments & trends.
Centre of excellence for computer aided manufacturing has a vertical machining center (JYOTI MAKE PX-40 MODEL) and a CNC Lathe (JYOTI MAKE DX-135 MODEL). Students are given hands on training on these machines. Various certificate training programmes are run round the year in which students get to learn about machine settings, setting up work-pieces, CNC programming, setting work offset, automatic tool changers (ATCs), Siemens and Fanuc controller setup etc. Such type of short term courses provides students an opportunity to learn the latest technology used in the area of Computer Aided Manufacturing.