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Unformatted text preview: ME 350 Design for Manufacturability Instructor: Bruce Flachsbart, email: mems@illinois.edu office hours: Mon: 1011, 12, Fri: 12, office: 221A MEB Lab TAs: Chris Olenek; John Scheider; Phillip Poisson; Ramin Rasoulian Labs will meet in 1227 MEL next week, beginning Aug 31 st ME 350 Lecture 1 Chapter 1 Textbooks & References Groover, M. P., Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing , Third Edition, John Wiley, 2007 (Available at IUB and Folletts) Make sure you have the DVD with the book. References (available at engineering library): 1) Kalpakjian, S., and Schmid, S.R., Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materials , Addison Wesley, 4 th edition, 2003 2) Callister, W. D, Materials Science and Engineering , Wiley, 2003 3) Devor, Statistical Quality Design & Control , 2006 Grading and Homework Policy Grading : Homework 25% Hour Exams 25% Labs 20% Final Exam 30% Grade Distribution: A to A: 2535%, B+ to B: 3545% C+ to C: 2030%, D to F: < 5% Homework Policy: HW turned in by 2:59 pm in class on the Tuesday due. HW 10% penalty after 3 pm, 20% after 5 pm, and not accepted after 1 pm Wednesday Lecture Notes: Missed lecture material can be gone over during office hours Three Hour Exams and Final: In class, close book and notes. Only pencil(s), an eraser, and a calculator are allowed at your desk. Dates: Typical problems: true/false, short answer, and quantitative analysis (equation sheet provided). Phone calls or writing after time called will cost per minute or phone call. Makeup exams: with medical excuse only. Topics Covered (~30 chapters): Material properties Rapid prototype Machining CNC/Abrasive/Nontraditional Molding Casting Composite manufacturing Welding/Soldering/Joining DFA MEMS Why Learning Manufacturing?...
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