Mech Mechato Events


3D Printing Workshop




Ansys - The art of Simulation


Automobile Workshop


CAD Concurrence


Computer Vision using Jetson Nano




Robo soccer






'Basics of 3D Printing' Workshop

Sponsored by 3Face Tech

3D Printing is an Additive Manufacturing technique that creates a physical object from a virtual 3D CAD model by depositing successive layers of material. Unlike your desktop printers, these print the object in a 3-dimensional format.
In this workshop, we will be covering 3d Printing or rapid prototyping, from designing your own parts to building your own printers!
Esteemed speaker:
1. Dr. Pavan Kumar G (Associate professor, PDPU)
2. Mr. Raj Joshi (Owner 3Face Tech)

Date & Time: 15th October 2022, 10 AM to 3 PM

Venue: Seminar Hall , MC/ME building

Faculty Coordinator: Prof. Achyut Trivedi

Student Coordinator: Mr. Pratham Joshi

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Aeromodeling Competition

ROUND 1: Elimination round
In this knock-out round, successful completion of following steps will lead the team to next round.
➔ Takeoff RC plane.
➔ After Takeoff, you have to make complete circuit (circle) in Air.
➔ Land your RC plane.
➔ Crash landing will result in elimination.
➔ If needed maximum two hand touches are allowed. However, clock will not be stopped. Single hand touch will have penalty of 1 point.

➔ Time limit: 120 sec
➔ Points earned:
Complete Circle: 3 points
Smooth Landing: 2 points.

ROUND 2: Avoid the obstacles
This round checks for the ability to control Aircraft through obstacles. Complete this round without collision will lead to success in next round. Steps are as follows:
➔ Takeoff RC plane.
➔ Fly your RC plane through the pillars. Distance between two pillars = 15 feet and height of pillers = more than 9 feet. Your RC plane must not fly over pole height.
➔ There are three pillars through which your plane shall pass in zigzag way.
➔ When your RC plane pass between two pillars, you get 1 check point.
➔ Land your RC plane.
➔ Round 2 must be completed in single trial. No extra trials are permitted.
➔ In case of collision with pillar, no check point will be given. If plane falls down then team will also lose landing points as given below.

➔ Time limit: 120 sec
➔ Points earned:
Each Check Point: 1 point (Max points = 3),
Smooth Landing: 2 points.

ROUND 3: Grab the crown
In this final round, the team's ability to drop payload at target point will be checked.
➔ Takeoff RC plane.
➔ The coordinator will give you payload. You have to drop that payload in given place.
➔ After dropping payload, you have to land your RC plane.
➔ The size of payload is 5cm*5cm*5cm and weight will be around 100gm. The payload is made of Wooden material.
➔ The plane shall smooth land.
➔ Points earned:
Inside Box: 30 points, (Circle diameter = 2 feet)
Middle Box: 20 point, (Circle diameter = 3.5 feet)
Outside Middle Box: 10 point
Smooth landing: 5 point
Time limit: 90 sec

The winner will be the one who has secured maximum number of total points in all three rounds. In case of tie, team with least total time in all three rounds shall be declared as winner.

Rules & Regulations:
➔ Only existing students of any Diploma or B.Tech. course may participate in this competition.
➔ The team must not have more than four students.
➔ Maximum wingspan of RC plane= 60 inches.
➔ Minimum wingspan of RC plane= 42 inches.
➔ Maximum weight of RC plane = 1500 grams.
➔ Maximum Voltage of RC plane battery =12.6 Volt (3s Battery)
➔ Readymade RC Planes or any brand RC Planes are not allowed.
➔ Only designed and fabricated RC Planes will be allowed.
➔ Engine powered planes are strictly not permitted.
➔ The participants are not allowed to make any changes in their RC plane after participating in the first round.
➔ The battery terminals should be protected so that they do not cause fire in the battery, failure will lead to direct disqualification.
➔ Any damage to the RC plane will be the owner's responsibility.

Evaluation Criteria:
➔ Round 1:
Time limit: 120 sec
Points earned :-
Complete Circle: 3 points
Smooth Landing: 2 points.

➔ Round 2
Time limit: 120 sec
Points earned :-
Each Check Point: 1 point (Max points = 3),
Smooth Landing: 2 points.

➔ Round 3
Inside Box: 30 points,
Middle Box: 20 point,
Outside Middle Box: 10 point
Smooth landing: 5 point
Time limit: 90 sec

Date & Time: 15th October 2022, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Venue: Ganpat university football ground

Faculty Coordinator: Prof.Trushar R. Shah

Student Coordinator: Prerak Patel

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Ansys - The art of Simulation

➔ ANSYS Multi-Tool Demonstration, analysis and Simulation.
➔ At last, a task is given to all the participants and winning prize will be distributed according.

Rules & Regulations:
Personal Laptop with ANSYS Installed

Evaluation Criteria:
Review of the given task and results will be decided by the experts.

Date & Time: 14th October 2022 (Full Day)

Venue: AC Seminar Hall

Faculty Coordinator: Pro. Viranchi Shastri

Student Coordinators:
Lathigara Kunal
Vala Jay

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Automobile Workshop

➔ OBD Car Scanning
➔ Wheel Balancing
➔ Spark Plug testing
➔ General Vehicle check-up

Rules & Regulations:
Follow workshop safety rules.

Date & Time: 15th October 2022, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Venue: B.S.P.P Automobile Workshop

Faculty Coordinator: Prof. Noel Mecwan

Student Coordinator: Neel Patel

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CAD Concurrence

Theme based presentation of conceptual model

Rules & Regulations:
Model must be completed in part, assembly, and mechanism

Evaluation Criteria:
Screen test in solidworks and best model represent

Date & Time: 14th October 2022, 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Venue: New building, cad lab - 005

Faculty Coordinators:
Pro. Uchit J Patel
Pro. Amit S. Patel

Student Coordinators:
Shyam Faladu
Smit Patel

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Computer Vision using Jetson Nano

It is the multi-disciplinary hands-on workshop to train participants on CV using Embedded System. Students will be guided for software installation before the event. The session will begin with theory on SBC. Then students will have hands on training on GPIO and camera programming using Jetson Nano Board. Simple tasks related to computer vision will be assigned to students for their practice. Event may be ended with certificates distribution.

Rules & Regulations:
➔ Components will be shared by group of students.
➔ Number of students are limited by availability of components. So, chance will be given on first come first serve basis.
➔ Students shall bring their own laptop.
➔ Students are advised to register atleast 30 min before the workshop begins.

Date & Time: 14th October 2022, 1:30 pm to 03:30 pm

Venue: Seminar Hall, ME/MC Dept.

Faculty Coordinator: Trushar R Shah

Student Coordinators:
Smit Savaliya
Shyam Faladu

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The Maze Runner

Here's a chance to live those days back again when you used to play video games like Pacman, Rescue Rover, Dangerous Dave, Catacomb 3D and many others. Today, you just remember the scenario of the game but forgotten the name. But this time you are not going to play them in virtual world but you will play those games in real world. So, let your inner child comes back again and explore those games in reality. Participants will be able to learn team coordination, technical knowledge about robot construction.
“Get Ready to Run, the Maze Was Just Beginning”.

Rules & Regulations:
➔ Task:
Design a robot either wired or wireless within the specified dimensions that can operated manually and can travel through all turns of the maze. The robot that will complete the challenges in least time will be the winner. Think your robot can overcome any obstacle-big or small in the least possible time.

➔ Robot Specifications:
1) The maximum dimension of the robot can be 30 cm x 30cm x20 cm (l x b x h).
2) The robot may be wired or wireless.
3) The length of the wire (for wired bots) should be long enough to cover the whole track and wire should remain slack during the complete run.
4) Maximum weight must not exceed 5 kg.
5) The participants will be provided with 220 Volts, 50Hzstandard AC supply. Participants will have to themselves arrange for adaptor or batteries.
6) The machine must not be made from Lego parts, or any ready-made kit, if we find such machine it will be disqualified.

➔ Batteries & Power:
1) The machine must be powered electrically only. Use of IC engine is not allowed.
2) Batteries must be sealed, immobilized electrolyte type (gel cell, lithium, NiCad, or dry cells).
3) The electric voltage anywhere in the machine should not be more then 12V DC at any point of time.

➔ General Rules:
1) This is maze event so fastest and most balanced robot will win.
2) Robot should be as per the given specifications.
3) Each team can have maximum three members. Students from different institutes can form a team.
4) Each member of the team must contain the identity card of his/her respected institute.
5) The robot should not damage the arena.
6) No test practice will be allowed on the arena.
7) The robot must not leave behind any of its parts during the run; else it will result in disqualification
8) Unethical behaviour could lead to disqualification. Faculty co-ordinators have all the rights to take final decision for any matter during the event.
9) Judge's decision will be considered final.
10) Certificates of Participation will be given to all the teams that will participate in the event, but not to the teams which get disqualified due to disobeying any of the competition rules.
*Co-ordination committee reserves the right to add or update any rule before start of the event.

➔ Track Specification:
1) The track surface and course line may have unevenness.
2) There will be certain obstacles in the race track which will try to slow down the robot.
3) Arena will consist of mud, slippery surfaces, bumps etc.

➔ Game Rules:
1) The competition is based on time trail system.
2) The top team from qualifying round makes it to the next round on basis of time trials.
3) The game is divided into 3 rounds.
➔ ROUND 1:
Participants have to reach the centre of maze in minimum time by controlling the robot following the path given to them in chit.

➔ ROUND 2:
Participants have to follow the directions given to them in chit and reach the centre of the maze in order to burst the balloon. The balloon will also have another chit that consists of directions to come out of the maze which must be followed by the participants.

➔ ROUND 3:
Two robots of opposite teams will enter into the maze together from opposite side and have to bust the balloon which is at the centre of maze while following the directions given to them in the chit.

3) Wires should remain slack during the course of the run. Pulling the wire to aid the robot in traversing may lead to disqualification.
4) If any of the robots starts off before start up call, the counter would be restarted and the machines will get a second chance. If repeated again then team will be disqualified.
5) Your robot must be ready when call is made for your team.
6) Team members will be allowed only three times to touch or reset their robots position during the run. However, this will lead to a time penalty and timer will not stop during this course of action.
7) Machine must not contain any readymade kits, pneumatic &hydraulic systems, IC engines.
8) Decision about your robot will be taken by the organizers.
9) No team will get a second chance after completing the track with poor score.

Evaluation Criteria: As mentioned in the rulebook.

Date & Time:
14th-15th October - 2022, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Venue: Ground Besides The Ship

Faculty Coordinators:
Prof. J.K.Prajapati
Prof. M.K.Trivedi

Student Coordinators:
Vinit B. Mehta
Jaypalsinh Devda

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Robo soccer

This event is a platform to make innovative soccer robots that employ creative pushing mechanisms.

Rules & Regulations:
➔ All the matches will be knockout matches
➔ A team can consist of a maximum of 4 members.
➔ Members of different institutions can also form a team. • Any kind of damage to the arena will not be entertained, and if done, the robot will be immediately disqualified.
➔ All the required accessories have to be brought by the participants.
➔ No technical assistance will be provided by the coordinators during the time of the event
➔ No practice runs will be provided.
➔ Use of an IC engine in any form is NOT allowed.
➔ Human interference (e.g. touching the robot) during the game is not allowed.
➔ Unfair game may lead to disqualification of the team will be decided by the Coordinator of the event
➔ The robot should not harm the opponent or the field. Constantly harming the arena may lead to disqualification.
➔ In case of power supply AC source of 220V will be provided but participants have to bring adaptor by their own
➔ Decision of the Event Coordinators will be treated as final.
➔ The robot should not completely hold the ball.
➔ Only one registration allowed for one team.

Evaluation Criteria:
(1) The participant who scores maximum points within specified time limit will be qualified. (NOTE :- 1 GOAL =1 POINT) OR The Team who scores maximum goals first will be winner of the round
(2) Time limit for the round will be disclosed on the day of event.
(3) The goal is counted only when the ball crosses the goal line.
(4) There will be a penalty if the robot touches the boundaries or the obstacles.
(5) If ball goes outside the arena then the bot will be fined -2 point as penalty
NOTE: The details of the other rounds will be disclosed on the day of the event by the coordinators.

Date & Time:
14th - 15th 0ctober 2022, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Venue: Ganpat University Behind ship

Faculty Coordinator: Jitendra K Prajapati

Student Coordinator: Monark patel

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Tech Quiz

General knowledge, general awareness and current affairs based quiz competition open for all.

Date & Time:
14th October 2022, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Venue: Mechanical Dep.

Faculty Coordinators:
Prof. Vipul P. Patel
Prof. Puneet Bansal
Prof. Ashish V. Patel

Student Coordinators:
Mr. Raj P. Pithva
Mr. Saket Salecha

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This event is for those students who are proficient in software like AutoCAD and want to pursue their job / business in the design / drafting department of industry.

Students participating in this event must be proficient in AutoCAD (2D & 3D). There are two rounds in this event. First round is an elimination round in which 2D drawing/ objects are given to students for drafting.Those students who have succeeded in this round will be promoted to the final round of 3D Drawing. An isometric component is given to students for the last round.Maximum 45 Minutes are given to students in both rounds.

Evaluation Criteria
Evaluation is based on time and skill

Date & Time: 14/10/2022 , 11:00 AM To 01:00 PM


Faculty Coordinators:
Prof. Kalpesh P. Patel (9426577398)
Prof. Sunil V. Patel (7041733180)

Student Coordinators:
Kumhar Himanshu Savaram (8824202199)
Patel Tanish Sunilbhai (9316694484)
Patel Vedant B. (9157399041)

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