EIN 3390 Manufacturing Processes

Summer 2018

Instructor: Mario Sanchez, P.E.

Last updated: Thur 5/29/2018 7:00pm

 

NOTICE IF YOU WERE ABSENT FROM CLASS TODAY (TUE 5/29/2018)

 

DUE TO THE GRADES FOR EXAM 1 THERE WILL BE ANOTHER EXAM (EXAM 2) TO TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY JUNE 5TH, 2018. THE FINAL EXAM (EXAM 3) WILL TAKE PLACE AS SCHEDULED ON THURSDAY JUNE 14th 2018. EACH EXAM WILL NOW BE 33% OF THE GRADE.

 

 

CLARIFICATION ON EXAM DATES / TOPICS FOR THE CLASS

 

         EXAM 1: (COMPLETED) TUE MAY 22, 2018 CHAPS 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16

 

         EXAM 2: (COMPLETED) TUE JUNE 5, 2018 CHAPS 21, 23, 24, 27

 

         EXAM 3: THUR JUNE 14, 2018

 

Topics

4th Edition Chapter

7th Edition Chapter

Plastic Forming Processes

18

19

Rapid Prototyping

19

20

Measurement and Inspection

35

35

Lean Manufacturing

No Chapter

Class Slides only

No Chapter

Class Slides only

Supplemental Assignment for Credit (Exam 1)

Welcome to EIN 3390 Manufacturing Processes for Summer A 2018. Here are the materials you will need for the class. This course involves understanding concepts, processes, definitions, key terms and applications in manufacturing. There are not a lot of computations. The key to succeed in this course is to read and study the textbook along with the slides. The video links will also help a lot in understanding each process. There is plenty of material to read and cover. If you keep up with the reading you will not have to cram prior to the exams! Another good tip to study is to know the definitions of the key terms and the Review Questions at the end of each Chapter. Good luck and enjoy the class.

Course Syllabus

How to Study:

I recommend you read every chapter at least twice. First, using the slides, highlight the areas in the book that we covered in class with the slides. The slides summarize the most important aspects of the material presented in the book. Then read the book again, the areas you highlighted. Then view the videos related to the process you just studied to reinforce. Make sure you go over the key terms and review questions. You should be able to describe the processes we covered in detail, give examples of parts that make sense to be produced with a specific process, or if given a product example, what process would you select to make the product and be able to explain why.

Guiding Slides:

Chapter 10 Fundamentals of Casting

Chapters 11,12 Metal Casting Processes and Equipment / Economics

Principles of Metal Forming

Chapters 13,14 Hot and Cold Working Processes

Chapter 15 Extrusion and Drawing

Chapter 16 Sheet Metal Work Part A

Chapter 16 B Sheet Metal Work Part B

End of Exam 1

Chapter 20 Fundamentals of Cutting

Chapter 22 Machining of Round Shapes

Chapter 22b Holemaking

Chapter 23 Machining of Other Shapes

Chapter 27 Advanced Machining Processes

End of Exam 2

Chapter 20 Rapid Prototyping

Chapter 19 Plastic Forming

Chap 35 Metrology

Lean Manufacturing

End of Exam 3

 

Handouts

Casting

Principles of Metal Forming

Extrusion and Drawing

Sheet Metal Processing

Metal Cutting Handouts

Round Shape Machining Handouts

Hole Making Handouts

Machining of Other Shapes Handouts

 

Video Links for Students

All Video Links

Articles

Permanent Mold Casting