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Manufacturing - WGUS1016

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 18.0
    • Tutorials : 18.0
    • Laboratory works : 12.0
    ECTS : 3.0

Goals

After the early stages of the design process, the product is often represented as a nominal CAD model. The product is then manufactured, however, the overall geometry of the manufactured product will differ slightly from the nominal geometry.

In this course we focus on the choice of manufacturing process, the geometric deviations which occur and how to deal with these deviations so as to ensure that the product meets the customers needs.

  • specify the product geometrically so that it meets expectations despite the geometric deviations which can be caused by the manufacturing process
  • specify the components which make up the product so that once assembled it is true to the original model, despite the geometric deviations caused by the manufacturing process
  • determine a suitable manufacturing process to manufacture the product
  • anticipate the geometric deviations depending on the manufacturing process chosen and compare them with the geometric specifications of the product
  • control the manufactured product to ensure that it is in accordance with the specifications
Contact Frederic VIGNAT

Content

  • geometric specifications of the product
  • ISO Standard tolerance
  • specifications of parts
  • choose a manufacturing process
  • simulate geometric deviations caused by the manufacturing process
  • deal with these deviations during the manufacturing process
  • control parts / products


Prerequisites
  • Analysis of mechanisms from 3D models (Digital Mock-Up - DMU) or 2D (plans)
  • Knowledge of basic mechanical technologies (assembling, guiding)
  • Knowledge of basic manufacturing technologies (casting, injecting, die forging, turning, milling)

Tests

Semester 1 - The exam is given in english only 

TP1 = report on practices

E1 = Final written exam from 1st exam period
E2 = Written or oral exam from 2nd exam period

N1 = Final mark from 1st exam period
N2 = Final mark from 2nd exam period



N1 = (2*E1 + TP1)/3
N2 = E2

Additional Information

Semester 1 - This course is given in english only EN

Curriculum->M1 Industrial Engineering->Semester 1

Bibliography

La gamme automatique en usinage, Groupe GAMA, recueil de onférences réunies par P. Bourdet et F. Villeneuve, Hermes, 1990
Production mécanique Fabrication générale, Padilla - Anselmetti - Mathieu - Raboyeau, Dunod
Machines à commande numérique, MERY Bernard, Hermès
Fabrication assistée par ordinateu, BERNARD Alain, Hermès
Le contrôle tridimensionnel, Thierry Coorevits, Jean Marie David, Renishaw/Techno Nathan
Techniques de mesures sur MMT, Transfert d'expérience, Collège Métrologie, MFQ1998
Conception de gamme de fabrication, Article BT 7025, Technique de l'ingénieur
Chaînes de cotes de fabrication, P. Bourdet, L'ingénieur et le technicien de l'enseignement technique 1973
Les tolérances et la vérification des pièces, P. Bourdet L. Mathieu, Les référentiels DUNOD
Tolérancement (en 3 volumes) ANSELMETTI Bernard Hermès
Tolérances et écarts dimensionnels, géométriques et d'états de surface, Article B7010, Technique de l'ingénieur
Cotation fonctionnelle, Article BM 7020, Technique de l'ingénieur

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Date of update September 5, 2016

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