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LABORATORY REPORT MECT 1364 SPRING, 2018 LAB SECTION #5, Tuesday 9 AM – 12 PM LAB #6 MATERIALS AND PROCESSES SELECTION Student’s Name: Jose Parada Date Due: March 27, 2018 Student’s ID: 1582725 Graded By: Dated Graded:
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Jose Parada 03/26/2018 Materials and Processes Selection Objective : Examine the components of an assembled manufactured device and go through the analysis process of the design engineer and the manufacturing engineer . Materials Required : 1. Samples of manufactured assemblies . 2. Variety of hand tools to disassemble and reassemble the product Discussion Board : Lab 6 started like any other lab ; with Mr . Taylor showing us a PowerPoint presentation to give us an overview of the entire lab . He discussed the job and responsibilities of a manufacturing engineer and a design engineer , and how they both depend on each other to create the result they want . In the " Background " section of the Lab 6 packet , we also get a slight overview of the two jobs . For example , the design engineer must select each component for the excellent material and configuration which makes the product work properly and creates the assembly . The design engineer should also make their product easy to assemble , operate , and maintain the economic/esthetic constraints , which makes the product attractive to the consumer . While the engineer in design does this , the manufacturing engineer must specify the manufacturing process that best suit the economy and quality production of the specified quantities prescribed by sales and marketing . After the presentation , we traveled T2 and checked out the 3D printer ( also known as the prototype machine ) and observed objects that were created with the machine .
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