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  • Metallic Materials and Processes II Student: Jordan Hites Instructor: Prof. Paul Nutter
  • Course Description
    • This course concentrates on the metallic material processes involved in machining and fabrication of consumer products. Machining technologies include the traditional material removal processes such as turning, milling, and drilling; and also nontraditional processes such as abrasive waterjet, electrical discharge, electron beam, laser beam, and plasma machining. Fabrication operations to be investigated include OXY-acetylene, MIG, TIG, SMAW (arc), and resistance machining.
  • Course Objectives
    • Knowledge essential to the safe operation, application, and maintenance of manufacturing equipment used in these processes.
    • An understanding of basic machining and fabricating processes used on metallic materials.
    • An understanding of these machining and fabricating applications in industry.
    • The ability to evaluate and draw conclusions regarding methods and techniques utilized in the machining and fabricating processes.
  • Activities (1/2)
    • Fabrication
      • Oxyacetylene without filler rod
        • Lap joint
      • Oxyacetylene with filler rod
        • Butt joint
        • Lap joint
      • Brazing
        • Lap joint
        • T-Joint assembly
      • Cutting
        • Oxyacetylene
        • Plasma arc cutter
      • SMAW
        • Beads
        • Lap joint
        • Butt joint
      • GMAW
        • Butt joint
        • Lap joint
        • Tubular fabrication
      • GTAW
        • Butt joint
        • Lap joint
  • Activities (2/2)
    • Machining
      • Cutting raw material
      • Preparing round stock
      • Preparing square stock
      • Turning round stock
        • Using a lathe with a three-jaw chuck
        • Using a lathe with two centers and dog
      • Machining square stock
        • Surfacing square stock to specification
        • Facing head and turning taper
        • Machining head angle
        • Drilling and taping hole for handle
        • Forming radius on taper end
        • Finishing
  • Fabrication (Oxyacetylene without filler rod (Lap joint))
  • Fabrication (Oxyacetylene with filler rod (Butt joint))
  • Fabrication (Oxyacetylene with filler rod (Lap joint))
  • Fabrication (Brazing (Lap joint))
  • Fabrication (Brazing (T-joint assembly))
  • Fabrication (Cutting (Oxyacetylene))
  • Fabrication (Cutting (Plasma arc cutter))
  • Fabrication (SMAW (Beads))
  • Fabrication (SMAW (Lap joint))
  • Fabrication (SMAW (Butt joint))
  • Fabrication (GMAW (Butt joint))
  • Fabrication (GMAW (Lap joint))
  • Fabrication (GMAW (Tubular fabrication))
  • Fabrication (GTAW (Butt joint))
  • Fabrication (GTAW (Lap joint))
  • Machining
  • Topics Covered
    • Understanding Drawings
    • Safety Practices
    • Measurement
    • Layout Work
    • Hand Tools
    • Hand Tools That Cut
    • Grinding
    • Drilling and Drilling Machines
    • Sawing and Cutoff Machines
    • Metal Lathe
    • Cutting Tapers and Screw Threads on a Lathe
    • Other Lathe Operations Broaching Operations
    • Milling Machines
    • Metal Spinning
    • Nontraditional Machining Techniques
    • Numerical Control and Automation
    • Gas Welding
    • Shielded Metal Arc Welding
    • Other Welding Processes
  • Conclusion
    • Strengths
      • Hands-on experience
      • Instructor always willing to help
      • Light-hearted attitude and environment
    • Weaknesses
      • None