Great for anyone from novices to seasoned lean practitioners, this program shows you how to identify the seven wastes of lean by going through the process with two companies.
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The Sheet Metal Bending segment concentrates mainly on the terms defining a bend, such as the neutral axis, bend allowance, bend radius, and springback, and focuses on the primary bending machine - the press brake. Various examples of press brake dies, gaging, and bending operations, such as air bending, and bottom bending, are shown, as well as, a segment on folding technology.
Deburring processes are used to finish sharp, undesirable part edges that are produced during cutting and stamping operations. This Deburring Processes program includes information on an array of deburring processes, including - cutting processes, power brushing, bonded abrasive finishing, mass finishing, abrasive blasting, abrasive-flow deburring, thermal deburring, and electro-chemical deburring.
This Filament Winding program examines both the wet winding and dry winding processes. The primary types of filament winding methods are detailed including: hoop winding and helical winding. This program also features an in depth look at the types and uses of filament winding mandrels. This program is part of an eight program Composites Manufacturing series.
The Injection Mold segment details and defines mold terms as the molten thermoplastic material is formed, cooled, and ejected as a final part. Also featured are the common mold types, including the two-plate cold runner mold, three-plate cold runner mold, the hot runner mold, and the insulated runner mold.
The Plastics Machining segment highlights the use of sawing, milling, routing, turning, waterjet cutting, laser cutting, drilling and the secondary holemaking operations, such as tapping and reaming. The importance of coolant used while machining plastics is also explored in detail.
This Composite Materials & Manufacturing program features segments on: composite matrix and reinforcement materials, composite manufacturing processes, and composite fabrication and joining methods.
The Thermal & Electro-Chemical Deburring segment features a detailed examination of thermal energy deburring, and electro-chemical deburring.
A review of the Extrusion Processes program content.
Quality tooling is a fundamental requirement for the manufacture of composite parts. This is due to the fact that every step in the composite part manufacturing process must be tightly controlled to ensure superior material properties and predictable performance in the final product.This program explores the composite materials used for tooling and tooling design.