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Manufacturing Techniques & Methods - 4GUL11D5

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 9.75
    • Tutorials : 9.75
    • Laboratory works : 15.0
    • Projects : ?
    • Internship : ?
    • Written tests : 1.5
    ECTS : 3.0


The aim of this course is to give students a basic and essential knowledge of conventional manufacturing methods.

At the end of the course students will be able to:

• know about materials and their properties
• know the different manufacturing processes
• choose a manufacturing process from the design drawing of the part and the characteristics of each process
• identify manufacturing problems caused by the manufacturing process

This course is an essential prerequisite for future industrial engineers.

Contact Marie Laure PERENON


Lectures/tutorials: 22.5 hours

  • Plastics (types, properties, uses) and moulding techniques (injection, extrusion, thermoforming)
  • Metallic materials and heat treating
  • Machining (turning, milling, grinding, gear cutting, CNC)
  • Casting metallic materials (sand-casting, die-casting, gravity, high-pressure)
  • Metal sheets (cutting, folding, stamping)
  • Casting (die-forging, sheet-metal forming, engraving, using a matrix, extrusion)
  • Cotation for design and its interpretation
  • Additive Manufacturing

Practical work: 15 hours

• Forging simulation (6 hours)
• CAM, Machining and Metrology (9 hours)

The course is set up as follows:

• First part includes lectures and tutorials on the above points.
• Second part includes practical work.


Course on "Engineering Design" (1st Year S2).
Strong link with the course "Industrialisation: from Plant to Workstation" (2nd year option course). It is interesting to choose both.


  • Written reports on tutorials (forging and CAM/machining/metrology). Modalities : no document, school calculators provided
  • 1.5 hour exam.

Session 1 :
N1 : note TP forge
N2 : note TP CAO/fabrication/métrologie
N3 : note examen
NOTE SESSION 1 = 1/3 (moyenne[N1, N2]) + 2/3 examen

Session 2 :
Epreuve de rattrapage écrite ou orale
NOTE SESSION 2 = Note épreuve de rattrapage


The course exists in the following branches:

  • Curriculum - Engineer student Master PD - Semester 4
  • Curriculum - Engineer student Master SCM - Semester 4
see the course schedule for 2017-2018

Additional Information

Curriculum->Engineer student Master SCM->Semester 8
Curriculum->Engineer student Master PD->Semester 8


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  • Barlier C., Poulet B., 1993, Mémotech Génie mécanique, Productique mécanique, Casteilla, Paris
  • Cordebois J.-P. et al., 2008, Fabrication par usinage, Dunod, Paris
  • Dietrich R. et al., 1995, Précis de méthodes d’usinage, AFNOR Nathan, Paris
  • Facy G., Pompidou M., 1983, Précis de fonderie, AFNOR Nathan, Paris
  • Marty C., Linares J.-M., 1999, Industrialisaiton des produits mécaniques, tome 3 : Procédés de fabrication, Hermes, Paris
  • Trotignon J.-P. et al., 1996, Précis de construction mécanique, tome 2 : projets-méthodes, production, normalisation, AFNOR Nathan Paris

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Date of update June 5, 2015

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