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SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA


(ENGINEERNING CAMPUS)

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING REPORT


2013/2014

NAME
MATRIX N0
COURSE
IC NO
TRAINING PERIOD
TRAINING COMPANY

: ASNAWI BIN NOR AZIZAN


: 112137
: ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
: 921024015845
: 23 JUNE 2014 7 SEPTEMBER 2014
: FUJITSU SDN BHD

FUJITSU COMPONENT (MALAYSIA) SDN. BHD.

ADDRESS

No.1, Lorong Satu, Kawasan


Perindustrian Parit Raja, 86400 Parit
Raja, Johor Darul Takzim, Malaysia.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

All praise and gratefully goes to Allah S.W.T. for His generous and loves eternally. First
and foremost, I would like to dedicate my special thanks to General Affair & Training Section,
FCM for giving me such a great opportunity to do industrial training in here. Im feeling lucky
and gratefully to have this once in a lifetime chance to be involved with this very well known
company.
The next person that I want to express my gratitude is Mr. Yiang Soo Keong, the
assistant manager in Equipment Engineering Section who have open a big door for me to fully
gain as much as experience and knowledge during 10 weeks training in this section. Not forget,
Mr. Amat Sawal bin Surif, Mr. Soo Tech Ming, Mr. Khairul Anwar bin Zainal and Mr. Fauzi bin
Khairun for being supportive and always have time to sharing all his experience and give good
advice to guide me through this training period. Thank you for trained me technically and give
me opportunity to do all the job part practically by myself.
Last but not least, this appreciation goes to PM. Dr. Mohd Rizal Arshad, deputy Dean
School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering USM, as he genuinely supervised me and give me
full support to completing my training in here. In the mean time, I would like to dedicate my
thanks to my parents, and a friend from UTM and Fujitsu also being so supportive and kindness
to me.

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CONTENTS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.

LIST OF FIGURES.

LIST OF TABLES

1.0 COMPANY BACKGROUD AND ORGANIZATION

1.1 COMPANYS BACKGROUND..

1.2 SUBSIDIARIES..

1.3 FUJITSU COMPONENT (M) PROFILE..

1.4 FUJITSU ORGANIZATION CHART..

1.5 PHILOSOPHY, VISION, AND MISSION

1.6 QUALITY POLICY, ENVIRONMENT POLICY AND SAFETY POLICY.

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1.7 6S CONCEPT AND BENEFIT...

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1.8 ISO CERTIFICATION.

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1.9 PRODUCT OF COMPANY.

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1.9.1 RELAY : BASIC OPERATION

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1.9.2 COMPONENT OF RELAY..

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1.9.3 RELAY MANUFACTURING BOARD

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1.9.4 CONSOLE OF RELAY..

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2.0 INTRODUCTION..

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3.0 INTRODUCTION TO EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING SECTION..

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3.1 EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING SECTION (EES).

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3.2 POSITION IN EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING SECTION

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3.3 PROCESS OF DESIGNING AND ASSEMBLING MACHINES

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4.0 TASK DURING INDUSTRIAL TRAINING.

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4.1 TASK GIVEN

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5.0 COMMENTS AND SUGGESTION

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6.0 CONCLUSION.

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7.0 REFERENCES..

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LIST OF FIGURE
Figure 1: Location Map of Fujitsu Component (Malaysia)

Figure 2 : Scenery around Fujitsu..

Figure 3 : Products of Fujitsu

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Figure 4 : Relay Operation.

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Figure 5 : Relay Components..

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Figure 6 : Part of Relay.

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Figure 7 : Console of Relay.

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Figure 8 : Company Cap and Scarf

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Figure 9 : Tools and Equipment in EES..

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Figure 10 : Measure length of cable

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Figure 11 : Wiring complete .

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Figure 12: Hole Drilling Drawing

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Figure 13 : Center Punch the hole mark

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Figure 14 : Template Plotter Machine completely done..

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Figure 15 : Early Wiring Box.

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Figure 16: Wiring Circuit Drawing.

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Figure 17 : Wiring Basic Circuit

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Figure 18 : Wiring Box Complete..

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Figure 19 : Frame of machine assemble..

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Figure 20 : Machine Parts..

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Figure 21 : Soldering Wire..

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Figure 22 : Wire assembly..

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Figure 23 : Control Panel Switch Complete.

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Figure 24 : PLC Controller

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Figure 25 : Proximity Sensor.

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Figure 26 : Ladder Diagram Coding.

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LIST OF TABLE
Table 1 : ISO CERTIFICATION.

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Table 2: Schedule.

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Table 3: Difference Uniform Colours.

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Table 4 : Position on EES Department

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Table 5 : Process on EES Department.

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1.0 COMPANY BACKGROUND AND ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE


1.1 COMPANYS BACKGROUND
Fujitsu Component (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (FCM) is a Malaysian based subsidiary of Fujitsu
Component Limited, Japan.
Established in October 1980, FCM began commercial production of electromagnetic relay
coils thereafter assembled by Fujitsu (Singapore) Pte. Ltd., then the parent company of FCM. Due to
Fujitsu's globalisation policy and the recognition of FCM as a major overseas electromechanical
devices manufacturing base, the ownership of FCM was transferred to Fujitsu Limited, Japan in June
1986. In July 1995, Fujitsu Takamisawa Component Limited was formed to strengthen the
collaboration of technical expertise between Fujitsu Limited Japan and Takamisawa Electric
Company Limited. FCM thus became a subsidiary of this newly formed company. Fujitsu Takamisawa
Component Limited had since become Fujitsu Component Limited and Nagano Fujitsu Component
Limited, with FCM being a subsidiary of Nagano Fujitsu Component Limited under Fujitsu
Component Limited. Now FCM is a subsidiary of Fujitsu Component Limited, Japan.
Today, FCM's product focuses on two key areas of electromechanical components Relays
and Keyboards, and their parts thereof. For support purposes FCM also manufacture dies and
assembly machines for the electronic products. FCM products are sold through the worldwide
network of Fujitsu Component sales offices, whilst technical and administrative supports are
provided by Shinano Fujitsu Limited and Miyazaki Fujitsu Components Limited.
FCM is an area of 78,000 square meters. In this area, FCM is able to produce a workforce of
1601 people, including contracts.
In FCM, there are many section. For example, the production section, relay section,
keyboard section, tooling section and Equipment Engineering Section. In industrial training, I was
posted in equipment engineering section. Equipment engineering section (EES) is a section involving
designing, programming and assembly new machines to use in production line.

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1.2 SUBSIDIARIES
FMS Fujitsu (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
Fujitsu (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is part of the Fujitsu family of companies in Malaysia with Multimedia
Super Corridor status providing customers in Malaysia with comprehensive state of the art
information technology solutions.
FCM Fujitsu Component (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
Fujitsu Component (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is a Malaysian based subsidiary of Fujitsu Takamisawa
Component Limited, Japan, a company formed by Fujitsu Limited, Japan and Takamisawa Electric
Company Limited, Japan.
FTA Fujitsu Telecommunication Asia Sdn Bhd
Established in October 1995, Fujitsu Telecommunication Asia Sdn Bhd (FTA), a wholly owned
subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited Japan, was initially set up as an engineering hub for engineering related
activities to telco operators in Malaysia and progressed to be an Asian hub taking the role as
technical support and information hub center in the region.
FPCAP Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (FPCAP) is the Asia Pacific Regional Headquarters for PC business of
Fujitsu Limited, Japan. Its responsibilities include the marketing and sales of a wide range of
personal computers for the corporate and end-user markets in Asia Pacific.

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1.3 FUJITSU COMPONENT (M) PROFILE


COMPANY NAME & ADDRESS

: FUJITSU COMPONENT (MALAYSIA) SDN. BHD.

No. 1, Lorong Satu, Kawasan Perindustrian Parit Raja,


86400 Parit Raja, Batu Pahat, Johor.

Contact Number

: 07-4542111

Facsimile

: 07-4541771

Industry

: Electric and Electronic component

Established

: 9th October 1980

Paid Capital

: RM 183 800 000.00

Capital allocation

: RM 200 000 000.00

Operation

: Since 1980

Ownership

: 100% owned by Fujitsu Component Limited

Fax Number

: 07-4541771

Date of Construction

: 9 October 1980

Operation Due

: June 1986

Product

: Keyboard and Relay

Status

: LMW- Licensed Manufacturing Warehouse

Man Power

: 1,482 work forces (June 2014)

Market

: Asia, US, and Europe

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1.4 FUJITSU ORGANIZATION CHART

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Location Map of Fujitsu Component (Malaysia)

Figure 1: Location Map of Fujitsu Component (Malaysia)

Figure 2 : Scenery around Fujitsu

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1.5 PHILOSOPHY, VISION AND MISSION


PHILOSOPHY
We will always strive to provide innovative, superior goods and services to our customers
throughout the world. In doing so, we will establish and maintain harmonious relations both locally
and internationally. We seek to make a positive contribution to world society.

VISION
To be a global leader in Electro-Mechanical component parts manufacturing fully pleasing
our customers.

MISSION
Fujitsu specializes in the manufacturing and installation of specific products for the
customers.

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1.6 QUALITY POLICY, ENVIRONMENT POLICY AND SAFETY POLICY


QUALITY POLICY
Over the years, FCM has built a reputation for providing top quality products and services to
our worldwide customers.
Our policy is Quality Work Enhances Quality Product
In order to achieve the above objective, it is our policy to establish and maintain the efficiency and
effectiveness of a quality assurance programme, and we continually plan and develop it in
conjunction with all management functions in FCM:

We look into the achievement of total quality management seriously.

We are committed to providing total quality in all activities by FCM.

We strive to provide quality products and services that exceeds our customer's
requirements.

We believe that quality improvement is an infinite programme.

We will initiate Continuous Improvement in all production processes.

Quality is the hallmark of our success and will continue to be the mainstay of FCM's operations in
future.

ENVIRONMENT POLICY
We love nature.

SAFETY POLICY
We ensure a safe and healthy work environment for all the employees and visitors.

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1.7 6S CONCEPT AND BENEFIT


FCM is a flexible factory that can through ll the rise down market.
1. SEIRI (SORT)
You must first ask what is actually you needed in an area. If you dont use it, get rid of it and
put what is left one-by-one. The things should we do:
a) List down all the thins needed.
b) Classify goods which are not use.
c) Make a rule.
2. SEITON (ARRANGE)
Everything has its own place and should be located where it is to be used and organized for a
smooth flow.
a) Placed all the equipment in arrangement.
3. SEISO (CLEAN)
Remove dirty daily to keep good quality. When cleaning everyday, its becomes easy to see
problems before quality defects occur.
a) Clean up the entire machine and work area after doing job.
4. SEIKETSU (STANDART)
Maintain what has been achieved. Mark areas where things belong and make sure they can
stay tidy, orderly and clean.
a) Make sure the uniform is suitable and safety.
b) Ensure that all the equipment is labelled and in a right place.
5. SHITSUKE ( DISCIPLINE)
Developing and maintaining new habits requires.
a) Ensure that all the workers are follows the rule.
b) Always wear appropriate clothes with name tag in working area.
c) Smoke at the place provided.
6. SETSUYAKU (SAVE)
Saving the cost of maintenance and production, such as electricity, water and etc.
a) Ensure that all lamps and the water tap closed if not use.
b) Walk and work fast.
c) Use recycle paper.

d) Use an innovative way to save the work process.

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Benefit of 6S to Fujitsu:

Productivity increase, reject decrease, output improve

Safety workplace, less industrial accident

Product quality gurantee, no customer refund

Cost decrease (Raw material, insurance, labor)

Reputation lead Customers trust

Delivery on time

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1.8 ISO CERTIFICATION


The Fujitsu products are manufactured using highly automated processes and under the
most stringent of quality control procedures. The information listed below shows the date of first
certification for an ISO standard. Maintenance audits are conducted annually to ensure the
continued adherence to the specification.

Facility/Factory

Certification

Date Certified

Fujitsu Component (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd ISO 9001:2008

June 22, 1993

Fujitsu Component (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd ISO 14001:2004

July 27, 1998

Fujitsu Component (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd ISO/TS 16949:2009 April 3, 2007


Table 1 : ISO CERTIFICATION

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SIRIM ISO 9001

SIRIM ISO 14001

SIRIM QS9000

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1.9 PRODUCT OF COMPANY

RELAY

Relay is one of electronic device which works as a switch to operate any electrical circuit

TOOL & DIE / STAMPING / MOUNT PART

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KEYBOARD

Figure 3 : Products of Fujitsu

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1.9.1 RELAY : BASIC OPERATION

Normal

Energized Relay (ON)

De-Energized Relay (OFF)

Figure 4 : Relay Operation

Energized Relay (ON)

As shown in the circuit, the current flowing through the coils represented by pins 1 and 3 causes a
magnetic field to be aroused. This magnetic field causes the closing of the pins 2 and 4. Thus the
switch plays an important role in the relay working. As it is a part of the load circuit, it is used to
control an electrical circuit that is connected to it. Thus, when the relay in energized the current
flow will be through the pins 2 and 4.

De Energized Relay (OFF)

As soon as the current flow stops through pins 1 and 3, the switch opens and thus the open circuit
prevents the current flow through pins 2 and 4. Thus the relay becomes de-energized and thus in off
position.

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1.9.2 COMPONENT OF RELAY


Base

Bobbin

Cover

Figure 5 : Relay Components

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1.9.3 RELAY MANUFACTURING BOARD

Coil Assembly

Base Mould

Semi Completed Relay

Cover

Completed Relay Assembly

Base Mould
Assembly

Armature

Terminal

Spring

Coil Assembly
Core

Figure 6 : Part of Relay

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1.9.4 CONSOLE OF RELAY

Figure 7 : Console of Relay

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2.0 INTRODUCTION
The organization depends on the level of management of the company. Its important to scheduling
an activity in order to manage the work. Therefore, during the training here, I was given a regular
work schedule. It has been provided to prevent me from having difficulty in linking a task during the
training.
For the information, this firm operated by morning and night shift. The shifts will change every 2
weeks.
Morning Shift

Night Shift

7.00 a.m - 3.10 a.m

3.10 p.m -11.00 p.m

7.00 a.m - 7.00 p.m

7.00 p.m -7.00 a.m


Table 2: Schedule

I was assigned to undergo training in according to office hours starting from 8.00am to
5.30pm. My supervisor also working at this hours, this will easier my job to asking something and
avoid difficulty in learning. The allowance given is RM 10.00 per day. I was assigned to works for 5
days per week.
Here I have provided some uniform dress that symbolize the Fujitsu citizens. Its also shows
the identity as a workers. When starting the job, I was given two pairs of regular uniform and a
overall uniform to be used in the production section. The blue shoes also provided to used inside the
buildings. Uniform application here is the same for all employees regardless of rank, but its
distinguished by the use of colours which is scarves for women, hats for men.

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White

Conform Operator

Orange

Quality Control Operator

Pink

Inspection Operator

Green

Newly Trained Operator

Blue

Line Leader Senior Operator

Blue Black

Technical Staff / General Staff

Yellow

Material Handler

Cream

Human Resource Staff


Table 3: Difference Uniform Colours

COMPANY CAP & SCARF

NEWLY
TRAINED
OPERATOR

CONFIRM
OPERATOR

FCL Employee

LINE
LEADER
SR. OPTR

CUSTOMER

MATERIAL
HANDLER

OPERATOR

QC
OPERATOR

MATERIAL
HANDLER

INSPECTION
OPERATOR

QC
OPERATOR

TECHNICAL
STAFF

INSPECTION
OPERATOR

STAFF

GENERAL
STAFF

Figure 8 : Company Cap and Scarf

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3.0 INTRODUCTION TO EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING SECTION


3.1 EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING SECTION (EES)
Equipment Engineering Section is one of department in designing and assembling the
machines that will be used in the production line either in relay production or keyboard production.
The designation of machines must have at least two persons in charge, from designing until its will
be used in the production line. In this section, two persons will be in charge for one machine, which
are electrical engineer and mechanical engineer. Both of them must works together to complete the
machine. Sometimes, the engineer here is sending to the production line to do the production
maintenance (PM) works.
During my industrial training at Fujitsu Component (Malaysia), I was placed at Equipment
Engineering Section to help the staff at Equipment Engineering Section to assemble, programing and
wiring the machines from beginning to completion. Equipment Engineering Section is charged by Mr.
Okabe Hitoshi who is the manager of Equipment Engineering Section and his assistant manager is Mr
Yiang Soo Keong. Next, Mr. Amat Sawal bin Surif is my supervisor and his designation in Equipment
Engineering Section is Senior Executive.

3.2 POSITION IN EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING SECTION:


Name

Position

Okabe Hitoshi

Manager

Yiang Soo Keong

Assistant Manager

Amat Sawal bin Surif

Senior Executive

Soo Teck Ming

Executive

Md Fauzi bin Khairun


M Khairul Anwar bin Zainal
Table 4 : Position on EES Department

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3.3 PROCESS OF DESIGNING AND ASSEMBLING MACHINES


NUMBER

PROCESS

1.

Design the machines using AutoDesk software.

2.

Program a ladder diagram coding using CXprogrammer software to use in PLC.

3.

Check the stock list that are ordered.

4.

Sort the stock in basket by parts.

5.

Assemble the machine by parts and wiring the machine.

6.

Alignment all part of machine.

7.

Assemble all the part.

8.

Machine is ready to operate.

Collect all the data of the machine.


Table 5 : Process on EES Department

Table 5 shows the process in Equipment Engineering Section. These processes take time minimum,
at least three to four month to complete. Then the staffs in EES section must cooperate to each
other in completing the projects to reduce the time taken to finished. For an example, one person
do the electrical parts and programming, another do the mechanical parts and designing. By doing
this, they will have no problem to cooperate each other.

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4.0 TASK DURING INDUSTRIAL TRAINING


4.1 TASK GIVEN
For the first day my training in Fujitsu, I was assigned to look around the EES department to
familiarize myself with equipment and tools that has provided. My supervisor also asked me to
watch the other staffs doing their works and asking if i dont understand. By watching, I learned
something and have ideas to do the work for the other next days.
Mr. Yiang, who is the assistant manager of EES department said that, in EES Fujitsu, works as
an engineer we must learn electrical, electronic and mechanical engineering. Its because all of them
are closely related to each other. In designing a machine, we must have the basic of this three. So, I
have to learn the basic and skills on electrical, electronic and mechanical engineering.
Here is some tools and equipment that I have discovered in EES department:
Tools and Equipment
Cutter
Mostly used for unpacking new stock
from the box.

Image

Digital/Analog Vernier Calliper


Its very accurate and used for
measuring dimension.
Mallet
Since it is soft and dont leave any mark,
suitable for knock the metal body

Hand Drill
Used to drill the hole

Drill Bit and Tapper


There are many sizes of drill bit and
tapper. Its depend on how we want to
make the hole

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Oil Stone
Used to grind and hone the edges of
steel tools and implements.

Alcohol
Used to cleaning the metal body from
dust

Iron Solder
Joins two items together by forming a
solid bond between the two objects with
solder

Lead

Material used for soldering

Adjustable/Fixed Spanner
Tighten the nut by adjust the spanner
according to size of nut

Allen Key
Tighten the screw type allen head

Block Gauge
Mostly used for measure the dimension,
in purpose of mark, because its very
accurate

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Hot Dryer
Used for shrink the shrinkage tube

Magnet Block
Used in hold the block gauge from edge

Marker
Usually used in marking the wrong part
of drawing

Scissor
Mostly used for unpacking new stock
from the box.

Cable Tie
Used for holding items together,
primarily electric cables or wires.

Wire Stripper
Used to strip the electrical insulation
from electric wires

Google
Protect eyes from small pieces of metal

Figure 9 : Tools and Equipment in EES


All of this tools and equipment are needed to designing and assembling the machines.

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Wiring 3 core cable for the machine ZN030-0123-U100, Coil Winding Unloader Stocker
The first task I has given is to do some wiring 3 core cable for the machine ZN030-0123U100, Coil Winding Unloader Stocker. Mr. Sawal ask me to cut twelve 3 core cable length 200mm,
which is needed for the machine. All measurement in Fujitsu are standardized to millimetre unit.

Figure 10 : Measure length of cable

Figure 11 : Wiring complete

In figure 10, shows how the 3 core cable is measured to strip the outer insulator. This
method is taught by Mr. Sawal, since there are so many cable needed to striped, so we dont have
time to measure it by using an eraser. By using the thumb to measure the length, from my opinion it
is good idea. This is the first skill that I learned from EES. After strip the cable, nylon connector male
type is connected. Label is needed on each wire in order to easily the production maintenance (PM)
do some maintenance if machine got problems. Figure 11 shows how the wiring is complete.

Drilling, Chamfering and completion the Template Plotter Machine


Next, I had been assigned to drill and chamfer the Template Plotter machine. First of all,
I needed to measure the point where the hole need to be drilled. Then, the point of the hole
was marked by the center punch. After that, the mark was drilled by a driller by using the
smaller drill bit first, before use larger drill bit. Its to reduce the force when drilling the holes.
For reducing the forces also, we can use grease oil. Chamfering was done after drilling to clear
the burry of the hole. Lastly, the area of work was cleaned. Figure 12 shows the drawing to
drilling hole and Figure 14 shows how the process is done.

Figure 12: Hole Drilling Drawing

Figure 13 : Center Punch the hole mark


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Figure 14 : Template Plotter Machine completely done

Wiring The Wiring Box for P3 ADJ. CHECKER MAGAZINE LOADING UNIT Machine
My partner which is from UTM student and I was assigned by Mr Soo Tech Ming to
wiring the wiring box for machine P3 ADJ. CHECKER MAGAZINE LOADING. The process to
assemble the component inside wiring box is quiet complicated. Its because we need to think
how the wire need to be assembled and located so it is not disturbed the other components.

Figure 15 : Early Wiring Box

Figure 16: Wiring Circuit Drawing

Figure 17 : Wiring Basic Circuit

Figure 18 : Wiring Box Complete

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Figure 15 shows the early wiring box which is not done anything. Figure 16 shows the
wiring circuit drawing which is used as the reference to do the wiring later. Figure 17 shows
wiring the basic circuit, which is must be done first before do the complicated wiring. This basic
wire is a base of wiring. Figure 18 shows how the wiring box is completely done.

Assembling ZN030-0124-U100 project, FTR P3 Blowing and Covering Machine


Md Fauzi bin Khairun was the person in charged in assembling these machines. This
project had three units of machines to assemble. Unfortunately, I did not managed to help him
to finish his project completely because my duration time of internship was not enough. As
usual, the frame of the machine was set up. Then, my tasks given were to complete the
assembling of the machines parts. Figure 19 shows that the frame of the machine was
assembled.

Figure 19 : Frame of machine assemble

Figure 20 : Machine Parts


From figure 20, shows the part of the machine ZN030-0124-U100 I has assembly, wiring

and alignment.

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Assemble, Wiring and Soldering Control Panel Switch


Assembling, wiring and finishing the control panel switches for all the project that were
assembled during industrial training at Fujitsu Component (Malaysia) SDN BHD. I managed to
finish the control panel switch for ZN030-0123-U100 project, Coil Winding Unloader Stocker for
two units and ZN030-0112-U100 project, Magazine Loading for one unit.
When do the Control Panel Switch, the process done is soldering and assembling the
wire. The wire must be solder with different type of colour and do the labelling. Its to easily do
the maintenance if the wire is damage. After the wire is solder, assembly process is done to
ensure it is not to messy. The longer the wire is better than the shorter wire when want do the
maintenance. The length of wire also must not exceed the covering box because it will be
disturbed when do the maintenance by opening and closing the box.

Figure 21 : Soldering Wire

Figure 22 : Wire assembly

Figure 23 : Control Panel Switch Complete

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Learn Basic PLC Programming (Programmable Logic Controller)


M Khairul Anwar bin Zainal is the programming engineer in Fujitsu. He was incharge in
programming all the machines. I manage to learned the basic PLC programming and how the PLC is
operate from him. Firstly, we need to know the input and output pins of PLC. Machine operation
also is important if we want to do the programming, because we need to know how the machine is
running. The coding that I learned is how to do the timer, counter and looping.
Figure 24 shows the PLC use in Fujitsu. This PLC have six input pin, four output pin, one 24V
pin and one 0V pin. There are limited of pin number on this PLC. So, we cant do the complicated
programming. If we want to do the complicated programming, we need more pins on PLC.
Figure 25 shows the proximity sensor which use as input. Proximity sensor is high-frequency
oscillation use to detect ferrous and non-ferrouse metal objects. In production, it is use to detect
either the relay is arrive or not to do the next operation.
Figure 26 shows how the ladder diagram is programed. This PLC use the logic concept such
as, AND, OR, NOT and etc. In my opinion, it is easier to understand.

Figure 24 : PLC Controller

Figure 25 : Proximity Sensor

Figure 26 : Ladder Diagram Coding


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5.0 COMMENTS AND SUGGESTION


My industrial training that already last for 10 weeks has successfully opening my views of
what this field is all about. But, what I have through during this period of time, I think that the time
of my industrial training was not enough to get all the knowledge and to feel the true experience of
working in industrial. Even though the period of training is very short, Im satisfied because my
training section has showed me the better working environments. I manage to do the multi skill on
mechanical, electrical and electronic, thanks for that. My suggestion is, we need to grab all the
knowledge and skills during the practical, because we have supervisor to supervise us. Since we are
engineering students, industrial training is very important to expose us from the inside to the
outside world in the field of engineering.

6.0 CONCLUSION
Engineering study is incomplete without practical training. Theory is important as well as the
practical experience to solve the challenging engineering problems. Undergoing training in Fujitsu
Component (M) Sdn. Bhd. is good experienced to me. Its a very good environment place to work.
This is something fresh and this experience cant be obtained in books or lecturers. Besides
thats, this training also help me to realize the real working environment that I will faced in the
future, the communication skill between colleague and also self-belief about the professional role of
an engineer in real situation.
Before I ended this report, I would like to say:
THANKS FUJITSU COMPONENT (M) SDN. BHD. , THANKS EVERYBODY

7.0 REFERENCES
1) http://www.fujitsu.com/my/about/subsidiaries/fcm/
2) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/5S_(methodology)
3) https://www.ia.omron.com/products/category/sensors/proximity-sensors/

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