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  1. Manufacturing Processes • Manufacturing: transforming raw materials into products • Manufacturing processes: operations to achieve manufacturing • Cutting • Forming • Assembly • Finishing

  2. Cutting Processes • Sawing, Shearing, Milling, Turning, Drilling, Shaping, Abrading, Electro/Chemical/Etc. • Cutting Process chart Fig. 4.2 • Shearing Fig. 4.4 and Fig. 4.6 • Milling Fig. 4.7 • Turning • Drilling Fig. 4.8, 4.9, 4.12 • Abrading Fig. 4.13

  3. Cutting Processes Cutting

  4. Cutting Processes Shearing & Milling

  5. Cutting Processes Turning & Drilling

  6. Cutting Processes Shaping

  7. Cutting Processes Abrading & Electro- Chemical

  8. Cutting Processes Shearing - Punching

  9. Cutting Processes Punching

  10. Cutting Processes Milling

  11. Cutting Processes Turning

  12. Cutting Processes Drilling Step drill Core drill Spot face Ream Counter bore Countersink Bore

  13. Cutting Processes Abrading

  14. Electrochemical • Ultrasonic Machining (USM)

  15. Electrochemical • Electrical Discharge Machining • Cutting intricate shapes and hole punching

  16. Electrochemical • Electrochemical Machining (ECM)

  17. Electrochemical • Chemical Milling

  18. Electrochemical • Chemical Milling (CHM) • Large pieces without the machining time

  19. Electron Beam Machining (EBM) – Fig. 2-25 • Primarily for precision welding • Laser Beam Machining – Fig. 2-27 • Very precise small hole applications • Plasma Arc Machining – Fig. 2-30 • Sheet metal cutting, relatively inexpensive

  20. IET 385.01Lecture 10 • Electron Beam Machining (EBM) – Fig. 2-25 • Primarily for precision welding NOTE: All Figures referred to on this page are from Machine Tool Technology, 5th ed., Repp/McCarthy, Glencoe McGraw Hill, 1984.

  21. IET 385.01Lecture 10 • Laser Beam Machining – Fig. 2-27 • Very precise small hole applications NOTE: All Figures referred to on this page are from Machine Tool Technology, 5th ed., Repp/McCarthy, Glencoe McGraw Hill, 1984.

  22. IET 385.01Lecture 10 • Plasma Arc Machining • Sheet metal cutting, relatively inexpensive NOTE: All Figures referred to on this page are from Machine Tool Technology, 5th ed., Repp/McCarthy, Glencoe McGraw Hill, 1984.

  23. IET 385.01Lecture 10 Wood Cutting Processes • Jointing and Planing Fig. 4.16 • Routing and Shaping Fig. 4.17