Product Innovation Laboratory

This laboratory is sponsored by Dassault Systems. The lab is currently used for the Honor course "3d Printing Technology". Students use this laboratory to prepare 3D printed models of different mechanical components with the help of a 3D printer. Apart from this, the lab has computer terminals installed with Dassault Platforms such as 3D Experience, CATIA, SOLIDWORKS, etc.


  • Dell Precision T5820XCTD base computer
  • Lego Mindstorm EV3
  • Poppy Humanoid
  • Luzbot Taz6 3D printer
  • DigiPro 5.0 3D printer
  • 3D Experience software

Product Development through Research

Hand gesture controlled Robotic Arm 

This 3D printed robotic arm position is controlled through a  hand glove that is attached with an MPU6050 Gyroscope and a flex sensor. The ARM uses 4 servo motor for robotic ARM movement. The Flex sensor is used to control the gripper servo of Robotic Arm and the MPU6050 is used for the movement of robotic in X and Y-axis. The robot moves in up, down, left or right directions and picks up objects from one place and keeps at another desired place as directed by the movements of fingers and hand.

Design of Mini URI0 Arm

Design of Mini URI0 Arm for pick and place operation- Building a small prototype which is open source robotic arm used in industries for various purposes.

5 Degrees of Freedom Robotic Arm

ABS was used to 3D print a robotic arm. Pick and place operations will be performed by this arm. Its weight is 200g. 6 servo motors and Arduino will be used to control the arm. The robot will be mathematically modeled to achieve different joint angles and hence different orientations