KTDMC has been established in 2005 with an objective of running an Information Technology based common facility centre, primarily for improving the skills of the engineers and designers.
KTDMC intends to train professionals enhance the quality of designing, engineering and manufacturing of tools, dies and moulds especially for plastic and polymer moulds, sheet metal dies and aluminum pressure die casting moulds through latest technologies including computer aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) and computer aided engineering (CAE).This is particularly important for the small and medium businesses which cannot otherwise afford large investments to set up such facilities for themselves.
Our major aim is to enable local industry to produce TDM based finished products of international quality and assist local industry in producing high quality tooling, with direct benefits of foreign exchange savings. KTDMCis equipped to raise the skill level of 550 workers annually as part of its training activities. This in turn will generate employment and increase the standard of living.