Design and Analysis of Jig & Fixture



The Over the past century, manufacturing has made considerable progress. New machine tools, high performance cutting tools, and modern manufacturing processes enable today's industries to make parts faster and better than ever before. Although work holding methods have also advanced considerably, the basic principles of clamping and locating are still the same. Jigs and fixtures form an important category of equipment that goes a long way in achieving productivity. A jig, however, guides the cutting tool. A fixture references the cutting tool. The differentiation between these types of work holders is in their relation to the cutting tool. The main objective of using jigs in an industry is to achieve the Interchangeable Part Concept, and these are mainly used where production of goods is on large scale. The basic elements in the design of indexing type of drill jig is the component model, location, orientation and clamping. The scope of this paper is to design an indexing type of drill jig for a component having angular holes at 25 deg such the design is validated and verified. The present paper entitled “Design and Analysis of Indexing type of Drill Jig” is the work done for the design and analysis of Jig. Jigs are mainly used for mass production and for interchangeable parts concept, for a long period in the manufacturing of Jigs. Modeling is done using CREO Software and Analysis by using ANSYS

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