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1 Manufacturing Processes MIME 2650 Ioan D. Marinescu, Ph.D. Professor Professor MIME Office NI 4037, NE

2 Everyone in this class is an “A” student until you prove yourself otherwise.

3 Why do you need to take this course?

4 A company must produce products in an optimal way to compete in today’s global marketplace.

5 Why do you need to take this course? A knowledge of the basic manufacturing processes is essential for a successful engineer in today’s global marketplace.

6 What do engineers do? Design Products Manufacture Products Manage Departments and Companies Research

7 Course Objectives Students should understand of the principles of the major manufacturing processes Students should be able to recognize the standard processes used to produce products Students should be able to select the optimal process to produce a product

8 Manufacturing processes alter a material’s properties in a controlled manner to produce components of products. What is a manufacturing process?

9 Types of Processes 1.Material removal 2. Deform or shape material through heat or pressure 3. Join two or more materials

10 Remove Material 1.Sawing 2.Drilling 3.Milling 4.Turning (Lathe) 5.Abrasive finishing

11 Deform/Shape Material 1.Casting 2.Rolling/Forging 3.Extrusion/Drawing 4.Sheet metal forming 5.Powder metal processes

12 Join Two or More Materials 1.Welding 2.Brazing 3.Soldering 4.Adhesive bonding 5.Fastening

13 Math/Manufacturing In calculus there is usually only one correct answer to a problem. In manufacturing there are usually many ways to make a part, some ways are better than others

14 Manufacturing In manufacturing there are usually many ways to make a part, some ways are better than others. CostQuality Quantity Safety Factors that must be considered. Equipment available

15 Manufacturing A company must produce products in an optimal way to compete in today’s global marketplace. On all tests and quiz questions you are expected to give an optimal answer to a question, not just an answer that will work.

16 Example How can you sharpen a wooden pencil?

17 Example Knife or other sharp object Sand or abrasion Toy pencil sharpener Hand pencil sharpener Electric pencil sharpener Automated pencil sharpener How can you sharpen a wooden pencil?

18 Example You are taking a timed test Situation You are designing a department office You are in your dorm room You have 500,000 pencils that are to be packaged with a crossword puzzle

19 Syllabus

20 Grading Policy Make-up work will be allowed only when arrangements are made prior to absence. No two homeworks should be identical* *Identical homework – one will be graded and points will be divided by the number of students involved

21 Manufacturing Processes Laboratory Experience

22 Provide students with hands on experience in a manufacturing laboratory Students should have the ability to operate a drill press, mill, saw, and lathe

23 Manufacturing Processes Laboratory Experience C - Clamp

24 Manufacturing Lab -9 people have been assigned to each lab -Equipment used: SawMillDrillLathe Hand Tools Hand Tools -You are expected to attend the lab in which you are enrolled -You will be permitted to attend another lab only at the request of another faculty member or coop staff

25 Lab Rules 1. Safety Glasses MUST be worn at all times 1. Safety Glasses MUST be worn at all times 2. Good shoes with leather soles - no sandals 2. Good shoes with leather soles - no sandals 3. Do not wear loose fitting clothes in the lab 3. Do not wear loose fitting clothes in the lab 4. No horseplay 4. No horseplay 5. Professional conduct including language 5. Professional conduct including language 6. Report any unsafe conditions to your TA 6. Report any unsafe conditions to your TA 7. Do not approach someone who is working on a machine from his or her blind side 7. Do not approach someone who is working on a machine from his or her blind side 8. Identify dangers associated with a machine before you run it. 8. Identify dangers associated with a machine before you run it. 9. If you break something report it to the TA immediately 9. If you break something report it to the TA immediately 10. Clean up before you leave. 11. You will be issued material for one project. If you make a mistake on a part you can get additional material and machine another part after you have completed all other components of the project 12. Have a great experience

26 QuestionsConcernsComments

27 Lets have a great Semester


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