Week 2 notes
Week 2 notes MIME2650
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Katie Hoenie on Friday September 4, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MIME2650 at University of Toledo taught by Sarit B Bhaduri in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see Manufacturing Processes in Mechanical Engineering at University of Toledo.
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Date Created: 09/04/15
Week 2 Notes Manufacturing Process Ater a material s properties to produce components Types of Processes 1 Material removal 2 Deform through heat or pressure 3 Join two or more materials together like welding Remove Material 1 Sawing 2 Drilling 3 Milling 4 Turning Lathe 5 Abrasive nishing Deform Shape Material Casting mold Rolling Forging Extrusion Drawing Sheet Metal forming Powder meta processes wewwe Join two or more materials Welding Brazing Difference in these three is the temperature Soldering Adhesi onding Fastening wewwe Metal Cutting the important parts are a Work Pieces b Tool c Chip d Rake Flank face e Shear pane f Rake ange g Shear ange h Relief Clearance ange Tools Milling 1 StraightTurning 2 Cutting Off 3 Slab Milling 4 End Milling Sawing Ripping Internal Cuts Angular Cuts Contour Cutting Stack Cutting Water Slicing P P PP NE Chip Back Rake Angle a a angle that the tool makes with respect to vertical work piece The chip is formed by shearing along plane a Measured from the horizontal x axis b Flank bottom of tool not in contact with material 6 Control a Feed how much metal the operator puts in the machine b Speed speed of machine c Depth of cut Conditions a Machining Process b Machine Limitations c Material d Tool Type e Tool Material f Surface Finish g Tolerances Three Characteristic of Chips 1 Discontinuous 2ConUnuous 3 Continuous with builtup edge
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