دورة التصنيع بمساعدة الحاسب نظري

دورة التصنيع بمساعدة الحاسب نظري
اسم المؤلف
غير معروف
التاريخ
15 يونيو 2019
المشاهدات
1٬059
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دورة التصنيع بمساعدة الحاسب نظري
Computer Aided Manufacturing – CNC
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L1 CNC History
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L2 NC Definitions
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L3 Objectives of Numerical Control
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L4 Advantages of Numerical Control
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L5 Basic Elements of a CNC System
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L6 Types of Numerical Control
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L7 CAD CAM
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L8 Machine Types-Lath Machine
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L9 Machine Types-Milling machine
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L10 The Incremental Programming System
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L11 The Absolute Programming System
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L12 Programming Format
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L13 CNC Codes
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L14 G-Codes
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L15 Miscellaneous Codes
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L16 Block of Information
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L17 Zero Points of CNC Machine
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L18 How to Assign Zero Point for CNC machine
Computer Aided Manufacturing C1-L19 Work Coordinates
Computer Aided Manufacturing C2-L1 Basic Machining Practice – 1
Computer Aided Manufacturing C2-L2 Basic Machining Practice – 2
Computer Aided Manufacturing C2-L3 CNC Turning Center Styles
Computer Aided Manufacturing C2-L4 Universal Style
Computer Aided Manufacturing C2-L5 Chucker Style
Computer Aided Manufacturing C2-L6 Twin Spindle Horizontal Style
Computer Aided Manufacturing C2-L7 Sub-Spindle Style
Computer Aided Manufacturing C2-L8 Single Spindle Vertical Style
Computer Aided Manufacturing C2-L9 Twin Spindle Vertical Style
Computer Aided Manufacturing C2-L10 Mill-Turn Style
Computer Aided Manufacturing C2-L11 Gang& Sliding Head Stock Style
Computer Aided Manufacturing C3-L1 Turning Tools
Computer Aided Manufacturing C3-L2 Turning Operations
Computer Aided Manufacturing C3-L3 Letter Codes
Computer Aided Manufacturing C3-L4 Start-Flag
Computer Aided Manufacturing C3-L5 F-S-T Codes
Computer Aided Manufacturing C3-L6 Three major phases of CNC Program
Computer Aided Manufacturing C3-L7 Modal Codes
Computer Aided Manufacturing C3-L8 Turret Index
Computer Aided Manufacturing C3-L9 Feed Rate & Coolant
Computer Aided Manufacturing C4-L1 CNC Programming hints
Computer Aided Manufacturing C4-L2 Programming Example
Computer Aided Manufacturing C4-L3 Turning Center Example
Computer Aided Manufacturing C4-L4 Three Major Phases
Computer Aided Manufacturing C4-L5 Phase – 2 – Material Removal
Computer Aided Manufacturing C4-L6 Phase – 2 – 1 Material Removal
Computer Aided Manufacturing C4-L7 Phase – 3 – End Program
Computer Aided Manufacturing C5-L1 Drilling Definition
Computer Aided Manufacturing C5-L2 Operation relating to drilling
Computer Aided Manufacturing C5-L3 Thread system
Computer Aided Manufacturing C5-L4 Codes for Hole Cycles
Computer Aided Manufacturing C5-L5 Drilling exercise – 1
Computer Aided Manufacturing C5-L6 Drilling exercise-Spot Drill
Computer Aided Manufacturing C5-L7 Drilling exercise-Spot Drill-Programming
Computer Aided Manufacturing C5-L8 Drilling exercise-Peck drilling – 1
Computer Aided Manufacturing C5-L9 Drilling exercise-Spot Drill – 2
Computer Aided Manufacturing C5-L10 Drilling exercise-Spot -Tapping
Computer Aided Manufacturing C6-L1 Robot V Human
Computer Aided Manufacturing C6-L2 Robot Definition
Computer Aided Manufacturing C6-L3 Robot Generations
Computer Aided Manufacturing C6-L4 Robot Activities
Computer Aided Manufacturing C6-L5 Robot Advantages and Disadvantages
Computer Aided Manufacturing C6-L6 Robot Systems
Computer Aided Manufacturing C6-L7 The complete robot system
Computer Aided Manufacturing C7-L1 Classification of Robots
Computer Aided Manufacturing C7-L2 Cartesian robot configuration
Computer Aided Manufacturing C7-L3 Cylindrical robot configuration
Computer Aided Manufacturing C7-L4 SCARA robot configuration
Computer Aided Manufacturing C7-L5 Polar robot configuration
Computer Aided Manufacturing C7-L6 Jointed arm robot configuration
Computer Aided Manufacturing C7-L7 All Robot Motions
Computer Aided Manufacturing C7-L8 Classification by controllers
Computer Aided Manufacturing C7-L9 Classification by LERT
Computer Aided Manufacturing C8-L1 Types of Manipulator power Supplies
Computer Aided Manufacturing C8-L2 Single – action cylinder
Computer Aided Manufacturing C8-L3 Single Action Cylinder_Force Calculations
Computer Aided Manufacturing C8-L4 Double – action cylinder
Computer Aided Manufacturing C8-L5 Double Action Cylinder-Force Calculations
Computer Aided Manufacturing C8-L6 Hydraulic Power Supply
Computer Aided Manufacturing C8-L7 Single & Double Action Rotary actuator_Force Calculations
Computer Aided Manufacturing C8-L8 Pneumatic Power Supply
Computer Aided Manufacturing C9-L1 Robot Endeffector – Grippers
Computer Aided Manufacturing C9-L2 Robot Endeffector – Tooling
Computer Aided Manufacturing C9-L3 Mechanical gripping
Computer Aided Manufacturing C9-L4 Gripping force calculations
Computer Aided Manufacturing C9-L5 Gripping Force – Example – 1
Computer Aided Manufacturing C9-L6 Gripping Force – Example – 2
Computer Aided Manufacturing C10-L1 Vacuum Cup systems
Computer Aided Manufacturing C10-L2 Magnetic grippers
Computer Aided Manufacturing C10-L3 Adhesive grippers
Computer Aided Manufacturing C10-L4 Inflating grippers
Computer Aided Manufacturing C10-L5 Gripper design guide
Computer Aided Manufacturing C11-L1 Steps in Justifying the Use of Robot
Computer Aided Manufacturing C11-L2 Justify a robot’s cost through payback period calculations
Computer Aided Manufacturing C11-L3 Payback Period_Example
Computer Aided Manufacturing C11-L4 Justify a robot’s cost through return- on-investment
Computer Aided Manufacturing Course Contents – 1
Computer Aided Manufacturing Course Contents – 2
Computer Aided Manufacturing Course Learning Outcomes – 1
Computer Aided Manufacturing Course Learning Outcomes – 2 

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