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Lean Tooling DVD Package
Micromachining comprises a growing collection of manufacturing technologies that are being used to create micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and new microfluidic and micro-optic devices. Part of the award-winning Manufacturing Insights video series, this program presents case studies of companies and research institutions using various micromachining methods.
This program focuses on grinding and how it is used to shape and finish high precision workpieces made from metals and nonmetals. It features segments on precision grinding methods, abrasives and grinding wheels, balancing, and dressing grinding wheels, grinding safety, and workpiece surface finish.
Die casting is a high precision, rapid parts-production process involving the high pressure injection of molten metal into a die having a cavity of the desired part shape. This program explores the common die cast metals and their various properties, as well as die casting machines and die cast tooling.
This Liquid Molding program encompasses several process variations of typically low-viscosity resin systems which are used in the production of detailed, high quality composite parts.
This program uncovers the innovations that are expanding this process beyond robotic resistance spot welding and arc welding. We examine how more high-volume manufacturers of vehicle structures are using laser and hybrid welding to make fast, reliable welds.
This program, part of the Fundamentals of Tool Design Video Series, explores the various issues influencing the development of fixtures, as well as, the basic fixture types and classifications, modular fixturing, and fixture design cost-to-benefit ratio concerns.
This Forging program begins by outlining forging's function in refining the metallurgical microstructure of wrought mills forms, and it's use in generating parts to near-net shape from these forms. Featured are segments on the various types of forging processes, including: Open-Die Forging, Impression-Die Forging, and Related Forging Processes.