- Read Materials Handbook section on Estimating Power and Speed
- Use slides reference at:
- Read Chip Formation and Machining of Metals – prof Christopher A. Brown
- Study: CNC Quick Guide for Haas Mills Pages 1-3
- Read: “The Winding Path from Art to Part” The Art of Manufacturing pages 14-30
- Watch: “Converting from RPM to Surface Speed In CNC Milling and Turning”
- Monday: Homework 2 Due (canvas.wpi.edu)
- Review lab instructions: http://me1800.com/mill/initial-engraving/
- Tuesday Lecture: Art to Part in Prototype Manufacture
- Wednesday Lecture: Process Variables and NC Code
- Thursday Lecture: Monday Schedule — NO LECTURE —
- Review the Syllabus
- Read: “Manufacturing – the worlds oldest profession“
- Read: “Quality – Giving customers what they need when they need it“
- Research manufacturing processes on line (start with google)
- Review: https://youtu.be/0eXPn4uNRI4
- Review: The Metrology Handbook , Bucher, Jay L.., ASQ Quality Press, 2004. Pages 149-156.https://youtu.be/ABLHyyOHem8
- Review the NIST Technical Note TN1297
- Complete the Monday Quiz (http://canvas.wpi.edu)
- Tuesday: Lecture — SL104 Quality and Metrology
- Wednesday: Lecture — Prototyping and Before your first lab
- Thursday: Lecture — Metrology and Measurement Uncertainty
- Thursday: Lab (If you are in Section 2, 3, or 4)
This week we will talk about Manufacturing, Lean Manufacturing, and the Process of taking a concept from Art to Part.
We will have lectures on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday:
In Labs you will begin to use the CNC Machines and start learning about CNC Programming
Before the Sunday Quiz
- Read about Tool and Work Offsets:
- Review the lab instructions for
- Read Chapter 2 in “The Art of Manufacturing“
- Watch the Videos
- Review the “Guide to the expression of uncertainty in measurement“
- Sunday – Quiz << hand in on canvas >>
- Friday – Quiz << hand in on canvas >>
- Friday – Group Assignment 1 << hand in on canvas >>
- Friday – CAM 2 << hand in on canvas >>
- Be able to discuss standards and their purpose.
- Understand how to specify tolerances and fits for common situations in manufacturing assembly.
- Be able to design a manufacturing process to hit a specified tolerance.
- Understand common pitfalls in DFM.
- List common techniques for designing for assembly.
Hand In On Canvas
|Wk5||Tuesday||2/13/18||23:59||Canvas||Week 5 Survey||1|
|Wk5||Wednesday||2/14/18||23:59||Canvas||Week 3 Quiz||4|
|Wk5||Monday||2/19/18||23:59||Canvas||Week 4/5 Quiz||8|