4_injection_molding_report_f09.20091018.4adbc28a80fe66.21274883

4_injection_molding_report_f09.20091018.4adbc28a80fe66.21274883

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ME350 – Injection Molding Grading Rubric (60 pts) 1 Introduction (10 pts) 1.1 Background (5.5 pts) - Answer in a few brief paragraphs (1) Give a definition and outline the general steps used in the injection molding process (2 points) (2) Describe the equipment and two categories of plastics typically used (1.5 points) (3) Provide two other interesting pieces of information (relevant points, figures, etc.) about injection molding (2 points)
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ME350 - Injection Molding Grading Rubric 1.2 Importance (3 pts) - Answer in a brief paragraph (1) Give at least 2 distinct advantages of injection molding. (1 point) (2) Give at least 2 disadvantages. (1 point) (3) Give at least 2 important application areas, be specific. (1 point) 1.3 Objectives (1.5 pts) - Answer in a brief paragraph Describe at least 3 objectives of the lab. What knowledge and skills did you obtain? 2
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ME350 - Injection Molding Grading Rubric 2 Methods (8 pts) (1) Provide a description of the design, manufacture, and analysis processes including equipment and software used. (2 points) (2) Provide a description of the MoldFlow Simulation and why you need to use a simulation tool. (2 points) (3) Provide a description of the injection molding of the Illini mold, the spiral mold, and your own part and mention observations for each part. (1.5 points) (4) Provide a table of temperatures, pressures and materials used (both in simulation and actual) (1.5 points) (5) Provide critical remarks on procedures regarding potential for errors / problems and provide some suggestions to reduce them (1 point) 3
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2010 for the course ME 350 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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