Metallic Materials And Processes IiPresentation Transcript
Metallic Materials and Processes II Student: Jordan Hites Instructor: Prof. Paul Nutter
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.
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.
Oxyacetylene without filler rod
Oxyacetylene with filler rod
Plasma arc cutter
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
Fabrication (Oxyacetylene without filler rod (Lap joint))
Fabrication (Oxyacetylene with filler rod (Butt joint))
Fabrication (Oxyacetylene with filler rod (Lap joint))