ME366-Lab Paper - Mechanical Engineering 366 Manufacturing...

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Mechanical Engineering 366 Manufacturing Process Laboratory Performed – 3/27/08 Report Submitted – 4/17/08 Ben Cost
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Lab Objective The objective of the lab was to create a 3-D Sketch of a part and mill it into a 3.5" x 2" x 0.438" rectangular plastic block using Autodesk Inventor, SURFCAM and the Denford milling machine. Applicable Theory The theory used for this project is basic measurement theory. Description of Tools The tools used for this lab included Autodesk Inventor, SURFCAM program, the Denford milling machine, and the measurement tools to detail the accuracy of the milled piece. SURFCAM is a program that allows the user to design or alter the part with the required machining conditions while also creating a tool path that is subsequently converted into readable text for the milling machine. The Denford milling machine is a small desktop CNC machine used for creating our plastic parts. Procedure
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2010 for the course ECON 201 taught by Professor Baker during the Spring '07 term at University of Tennessee.

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