Department of Mechanical Engineering has industrial purpose Vertical Machining Centre which is one of the widely used machine in industries and hence number of consultancy projects are executed on the same. Vertical machining centers (VMCs) are machine shop staples. These milling machines have vertically oriented spindles that approach workpieces mounted on their table from above and commonly perform 2.5- or 3-axis machining operations. In addition, the performance of these machines has increased over the years, leveraging technologies such as high-speed spindles and advanced CNC capabilities (including conversational control programming). Ancillary equipment is also available to increase the flexibility and capability of these machines, including spindle speeders, angle heads, tool- and part-probes, quick-change workholding devices, and rotary indexers to enable four- or five-axis machining work.
Mechanical Engineering Department has developed I.C. Engine and Automobile lab with research facilities including Variable Compression ratio engine, petrol and diesel test rigs which are used by M.tech and P.hD. students from our institute as well as from other institutes conduct their research work. This lab was developed under the Modernization and Removal of Obsolescence Scheme (MODROBS) sponsored by AICTE.
Modernization of the Material Science and Testing Lab was done in the Mechanical Department under the Modernization and Removal of Obsolescence Scheme (MODROBS) sponsored by AICTE. This lab has research facilities including the bottom loaded programmable furnace with automatic stirring arrangement, inverted binocular optical microscope, Computerised Universal testing Machine, Hardness Testing Machines which are also used for research purpose.