Introduces the interaction of design with industrial materials and processes. Emphasizes the connection of design, materials, and processes with technical and economic feasibility, trade-offs, and automation.
What is Manufacturing.
Examples of Manufactured Products.
The Design Process and Concurrent Engineering.
Part drawing reading and understanding.
Cutting Tools Define and selection.
Ferrous Metals and Alloys.
Nonferrous Metals and Alloys.
Selecting Manufacturing Processes.
Computer Integrated Manufacturing.
Quality Assurance and Total Quality Management.
Work holding selection.
Environmentally Conscious Design and Manufacturing.
Organization for Manufacture 5s.
Practical training on software.
Machining the work piece.