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Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Purdue Student Chapter Call Out 02/03/2009. Meet Us. Faculty advisor: Professor: Bradley C. Harriger, CMfgE, MFET President: Vukica Jovanovic Vice President: Dustin Wise Treasurer: Brandon Taylor. http://www.getinvolved.purdue.edu/

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Society of Manufacturing Engineers

Purdue Student Chapter

Call Out

02/03/2009


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Meet Us

Faculty advisor:

Professor: Bradley C. Harriger, CMfgE, MFET

President:

Vukica Jovanovic

Vice President:

Dustin Wise

Treasurer:

Brandon Taylor

http://www.getinvolved.purdue.edu/

http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~sme


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SME: 75 years

Founded in 1932 with 33 members

originally named the Society of Tool Engineers

A year later, it was renamed

the American Society of Tool Engineers

It finally became

SME in 1969


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SME: Where Manufacturing Comes Together

SME:http://www.sme.org

the world's leading professional society

advancing manufacturing knowledge and

annually influencing more than

half a million manufacturing practitioners


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SME Global

Headquartered in Michigan

the Society has members in

more than 70 countries and

represents manufacturing practitioners

across all industries


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Member Benefits

Communities

Publications

Expositions

Professional development resources

SME Jobs Connection


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Technical Community Network

Automated Manufacturing & Assembly

Forming & Fabricating

Industrial Laser

Machining & Material Removal

Manufacturing Education & Research

Plastics, Composites & Coatings

Product & Process Design and Management

Rapid Technologies & Additive Manufacturing


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SME Forums

http://forums.sme.org/

E.g.

SME Lean Certification Discussions

Robotics & Motion Control Tech Group

Simulation Tech Group

Forming & Fabricating General Discussions

Cutting Tools & Tooling …


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Communities: Local Chapter

More than 200 senior chapters

represent small regional areas

200 Student chapters worldwide

All SME members

automatically become members

in the nearest chapter when they join

Lafayette Chapter 268


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Industry Focus Areas

Find out what people in these industries are doing and connect with your peers and colleagues:

Aerospace & Defense

Medical

Motorsports

Oil & Gas


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Workforce Development

Lifelong learning programs

Certification and skills assessment

Technical resources

Publications

Industry expertise through the members


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Professional Development

Training:

Webinars

Feb 19 2009:

Transition from Rapid Prototyping to Direct Manufacturing

Course Catalog


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Technical Information & Publications

One of the world's largest publishers of

manufacturing-related technical information and

industry news

Produces

hundreds of DVDs and

interactive CD training programs

on various manufacturing topics


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Purdue Chapter Activities

This cartoon, showing a machine that helps a numbskull become an engineer, was drawn for Purdue students by Rube Goldberg in the early '50s.

According to Goldberg: Seal balances ball and applauds self, causing string to start one-man band. Co-ed, hearing music, does Charleston, kicking over oil lamp and burning string, dropping basketball on switch, which starts atomic machine, lifting numbskull so he can crib answers and become a successful engineer. (Rube Goldberg is a trademark of Rube Goldberg Inc.)


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Rube Goldberg Competition

Inspired by cartoonist Rube Goldberg,

college students compete to

design a machine that uses

the most complex process

to complete a simple task

put a stamp on an envelope

screw in a light bulb

make a cup of coffee

in 20 or more steps


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The 2005 Rube Goldberg Team (2nd Place Finish)

The 2005 Rube Goldberg Team (2nd Place Finish)


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The 2004 Rube Goldberg Team (National Champs)

The 2004 Rube Goldberg Team (National Champs)


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How To Join

Fill out the membership form

onetime $10 initiation fee – Purdue chapter

$ 20 for national SME chapter



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