Objectives  

IENG 475
Facilities Planning


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Module 1 Objectives
Module 2 Objectives








Module 1 Objectives:

Manufacturing Operations
  1. Be able to list at least 8 reasons to automate.
  2. Give at least 5 reasons why one should not automate.

Tooling and Fixturing

  1. Given labor, machine, and tooling costs, be able to calculate if capital expenditures for tooling are justified.
  2. Given a prismatic workpiece, be able to show fixturing locations using locating and supporting principles.
  3. Given a vertically rotational workpiece, be able to show fixturing locations using locating and supporting principles.
  4. Given a horizontally rotational workpiece, be able to show fixturing locations using locating and supporting principle.
  5. Given your experience with fixturing in the lab, what is the most important lesson learned about fixturing

Milling Operations

  1. Know the differences in different types of operations on the vertical mill: drilling, reaming, tapping, counterbore, slab milling, end milling, and profile milling.
  2. Given cutting speed and tool diamter, be able to calculate spindle rpm for drilling or milling.
  3. Given a feed and spindle rpm, be able to calculate feed rate for either a drilling or milling operation.
  4. Given a depth of cut, cutter diameter, feed rate and contour length, be able to calculate machining time for a milling operation.
  5. Given a width of cut, depth of cut, and feed rate, calculate the material removal rate for a milling operation.

Turning Operations

  1. Know the differences in different types of turning operations: facing, contouring, chamfering, and parting; why do you need to know these?
  2. Given cutting speed and tool diamter, be able to calculate spindle rpm for turning.
  3. Given a feed and spindle rpm, be able to calculate feed rate for turning.
  4. Given a feed rate and contour length, be able to calculate a machining time. .
  5. Given a depth of cut, feed, and spindle rpm, calculate the material removal rate for a turning operation.

Process Planning

  1. Given pertinent material, labor, and overhead costs, be able to determine whether a part should be made in house or bought from an external vendor.

CNC Programming

  1. Given a simple part and the G code primer, be able to write the G code necessary to mill the part.
  2. Given a simple part and an APT code for the part, be able to determine the missing element(s) needed to fully machine the part.



Module 2 Objectives:

Logic

  1. Be able to use a truth table to determine a simple algebraic combination using AND, OR, NOR(Not) functions.
  2. Given a logical AND function be able to diagram the pneumatic, logic gate, or ladder logic equivalent.
  3. Given a logical OR function be able to diagram the pneumatic, logic gate, or ladder logic equivalent.
  4. Given a simple example (rocket fire) be able to use gate logic to diagram the logic for the example.
  5. Given a simple example (counting penquins) be able to use ladder logic to diagram the logic for the example.

Robotics

  1. Be able to describe the five industrial robot configurations and be able to give one advantage/disadvantage of each.
  2. Given a simple robotic application, be able to describe an appropriate robot configuration.

Group Technology

  1. Be able to list at least 5 benefits to group technology
  2. Be able to describe the 3 primary Parts Classification and Coding types.
  3. Be able to describe what is meant by Computer-aided Process Planning.
  4. Be able to give at least 4 benefits of CAPP.