ME 350 – Lecture 1 – Chapter 1. ME 350 Design for Manufacturability Instructor: Bruce Flachsbart, email: [email protected] office hours: Mon: 10-11, 1-2, Fri: 1-2, office: 221A MEB. Lab TA’s: Chris Olenek; John Scheider; Phillip Poisson;
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ME 350 Design for Manufacturability
Instructor: Bruce Flachsbart,
email: [email protected]
office hours: Mon: 10-11, 1-2,
office: 221A MEB
Labs will meet in 1227 MEL next week, beginning Aug 31st
Groover, M. P., Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing, Third Edition, John Wiley, 2007 (Available at IUB and Folletts)
Make sure you have the DVD with the book.
References (available at engineering library):
1) Kalpakjian, S., and Schmid, S.R., Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materials, Addison Wesley, 4th edition, 2003
2) Callister, W. D, Materials Science and Engineering, Wiley, 2003
3) Devor, Statistical Quality Design & Control, 2006
Grading: Homework 25%
Hour Exams 25%
Final Exam 30%
Grade Distribution: A to A-: 25-35%,
B+ to B-: 35-45%
C+ to C-: 20-30%,
D to F: < 5%
Nonhomogeneous mixtures of the other three basic types rather than a unique category.
e.g. glass particles or fibers mixed in a polymer “matrix” material, or tungsten carbide in cobalt (metal binder) to make a cutting tool.
Two or more separate parts are joined to form a new entity
Types of assembly operations: