Basic Manufacturing

Basic Manufacturing
اسم المؤلف
Roger Timings
التاريخ
20 يونيو 2019
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Basic Manufacturing
Third edition
Roger Timings
Contents
Preface vii
Acknowledgements viii
Chapter 1 The manufacturing industry 1
1.1 What is manufacturing 1
1.2 The main UK manufacturing sectors 3
1.3 The chemical industry 4
1.4 The engineering industry 7
1.5 The food, drink and tobacco products industry 16
1.6 Paper and board manufacture 21
1.7 Textiles, clothing and footwear 23
1.8 The importance of the main manufacturing sectors
to the UK economy 26
1.9 Industry and its location 29
1.10 Key stages of production (example) 31
1.11 Key stages of production (general) 33
1.12 Scales of production 36
Assessment activities 43
Chapter 2 Design and graphical communication 44
2.1 Product design specification 44
2.2 Materials used in manufacture 53
2.3 Properties of materials 73
2.4 Physical properties 78
2.5 Production details and constraints 83
2.6 Quality standards 85
2.7 Generating proposals to meet a design brief 96
2.8 Graphical communication 108
2.9 Technical drawings 114
2.10 Patterns, samples and swatches 120
2.11 From design brief to finished product 124
2.12 Calculating the cost of a product 127
Assessment activities 133
Chapter 3 Manufacturing products 134
3.1 Production planning and the schedule for manufacture 134
3.2 Teamwork 149
3.3 The preparation of materials and components 149
3.4 Machinery, tools and equipment in the working
environment 150
3.5 The preparation of tools and equipment 155
3.6 Processing methods 168
3.7 Handling and storage of materials 1843.8 Combining and assembling components 188
3.9 Assembly of components and subassemblies to
specification and quality standards 202
3.10 Quality and production control 209
3.11 Safety equipment, health and safety procedures
and systems 215
3.12 Safe working practices 228
Assessment activities 231
Chapter 4 Applications of technology 232
4.1 The use of information and communication
technology 232
Case study 4.1: The Internet and the World Wide Web 234
Case study 4.2: Databases 236
Case study 4.3: Spreadsheets 238
Case study 4.4: Computer-aided engineering 240
Case study 4.5: Rapid prototyping 245
Case study 4.6: Reverse engineering 247
Case study 4.7: A simple milling program 253
Case study 4.8: A simple turning program 254
4.2 Control technology and robotics 256
Case study 4.9: Programmable logic controllers 257
Case study 4.10: Pick and place robot 264
Case study 4.11: Wood machining 266
4.3 Smart materials, modern materials and
components 267
Case study 4.12: Coated and smart fabrics 269
Case study 4.13: Specialized adhesives 270
Case study 4.14: The microprocessor 274
Case study 4.15: Microprocessor systems 275
4.4 Impact of modern technology 278
4.5 The advantages and disadvantages of the
use of modern technology 280
Case study 4.16: The impact of modern technology
on the global environment and sustainability 281
4.6 The stages in manufacturing a product 284
4.7 Investigating products 292
Case study 4.17: Investigating a compact disc (CD) 292
Assessment activity
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