Advanced Industrial Courses



What is a training?

Training is a practice in which students are allowed to gain industrial knowledge before they are being exposed to the competitive market. It is an opportunity to know the industry before you are in to the market.

What we offer?

We offer students an additional knowledge in their future profession. There is a very high demand for engineers with good technical skills. There is a need for engineers to become skilled in hardware and software. Here at Machenn Innovations we offer training on manufacturing technologies and rapid prototyping technologies. Hardware and technical proficiency is expected by every industry. We with skill and expertise improve the hardware and software proficiency of the student.

What is the course plan?

The main objective of the course is training students on Classic and Latest Manufacturing Technologies. The course includes











What is additive manufacturing?

Additive manufacturing (AM) or additive layer manufacturing is the industrial production name for 3D printing, a computer controlled process that creates three dimensional objects by depositing materials, usually in layers.
What does the training offer?


The training includes academic laboratory experiments and free open source software. The training curriculum is refined and customized for specific engineering backgrounds and are already been established and practiced in eminent engineering colleges. As a part of expanding the technology The Department of Biomedical Engineering in association with Machenn Innovations has taken an initiative drive.

Teach and give hands on training on 3D Printing which includes converting DICOM images to design and development of 3D model, Prosthesis, Bionic arm, Dental models, Prototyping, 3D printing, 3D Modeling and Laser Cutting for Medical Applications. At the end of the training, participants will be able to prototype basic medical 3D models.

3D Printing is a modern research & production facility for product development and manufacturing methodology, and a place where one can easily turn ideas into reality.

Who can attend?

  • Engineering student
  • Faculty
  • Working Professional

What is extended reality manufacturing?

Extended Reality (XR) refers to all real-and-virtual environments generated by computer graphics and wearable. XR is the umbrella category that covers all the various forms of computer-altered reality, including: Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR), and Virtual Reality (VR).
Objective of the Course:
The course aims to expose learners to the basic of AR/VR technology and devices, understanding of various elements and components used in AR/VR Hardware and Software, industrial application of AR/VR technology with hands on experience through more informative and practical exploration.

About the Course


Virtual Reality is the use of computer technology to create a simulated environment. Placing the user inside an experience so they can interact with 3D worlds by simulating as many senses

as possible. The only limits to VR experiences are the availability of content and cheap computing power.


Augmented Reality brings elements of the virtual world into the real world enhancing the things we see, hear, and feel. Augmented reality lies in the middle of the mixed reality spectrum between the real world and the virtual world.


Mixed reality is the result of blending the physical world with the digital world. Mixed reality is the next evolution in human, computer, and environment interaction. It is made possible by

advancements in computer vision, graphical processing power, display technology, and input systems. The application of mixed reality goes beyond displays and includes environmental input, spatial sound, and location.

Who can attend?
  • Engineering student
  • Faculty
  • Working Professional

What is bionics?

Bionics are variant from the robotic science, where the application of engineering principle is observed from natural systems and biological methods (Biomimetics). This is creating high level of accuracy in mimicking the original function hence a way ahead in providing confidence and normal routine to the amputees. In education sector, bionics help in more practical based interactive learning inside the classroom itself.

General Introduction to Robotics and Bionics

Automation revolves around the world now for producing better machinery and AI technologies. Robotic science is prominently applied for implementation of a task much better than what humans can do. This is an interdisciplinary domain that involves design, construction and operation by the use of robots. Some dangerous, tiring jobs/tasks can be done by robots easily which reduces labor and harm. Healthcare welcomes robotic surgeries to reduce the pressurized routine works of the surgeons. Robots can perform accurate surgeries with low cost in optimized time.

A complete solution for testing and interpretation of bio-signals and electronics. It facilitates the study and analysis of electrical signals from the human body. DIY and assembled with accessories for easy interpretation and analysis of bio-electric potentials. Training and educating healthcare professionals with the significance of bio-signals and interpretation techniques and basic troubleshooting.


  • EMG Controlled Arm
  • EMG Controlled Wheelchair
Who can attend?
  • Engineering student
  • Faculty
  • Working Professional

What is fluid dynamics?

Fluid dynamics is the study of fluids and how forces affect them. 

The core objective of this short term course are

  • To make engineers understand the basic laws and principle behind bio fluid mechanics.
  • To make them solve basic real-time problems
  • to understand mathematical modelling and applications

Course Content:

Interactive subjective overview on

  • Basic Principles of bio-fluid dynamics
  • the cardiovascular system
  • doppler imaging/MRI imaging principles
  • blood rheology
  • applications of bio-fluid dynamics
  • bio-mechanics

Intensive hands on experience on

  • Medical imaging techniques in CFD
  • mathematical modelling of simplified examples
  • solving real-time problems using CFD
  • Body Fluid Simulation
  • Analysis and interpretation from CFD data
Who can attend?
  • Engineering student
  • Faculty
  • Working Professional

What is a prosthesis and Implant Design? 

In medicine, a prosthesis or prosthetic implant is an artificial device that replaces a missing body part, which may be lost through trauma, disease, or a condition present at birth.

Course Content:

Interactive subjective overview on

  • need for personalized medicine
  • mechanical aspects of prosthesis
  • latest advancements in implant materials
  • material properties
  • pre-manufacturing design and simulation

Intensive hands on experience on

  • design of customized braces
  • design of joint implants
  • interpretation of medical data
  • real-time simulation and analysis
  • pre-manufacturing and prototyping
  • choice of material and material property study
Who can attend?
  • Engineering student
  • Faculty
  • Working Professional