Phase 2 process engineering

Phase 2 process engineering - Executive Summary...

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Introduction Purpose of this project The purpose of the process engineering report is to break down the parts inventory list by processing methods. By doing this, all the different processes, needed to manufacture a finished product, can be identified. Positioning of this report within the overall project This interim report marks the second phase in designing a production system. This report goes over the steps that are taken in to account for the process engineering stage of the overall method. Methods used in this project stage The methods for designing the process plans need to be identified in order to properly make a process plan. These are important because, there are several way for identifying how to make a part. Inspecting a part is used to figure out how can be made, and what steps in what order it needs to be done. Careful inspection ensures a better chance of choosing the best overall method of how a part should be built. Determining the tooling the parameters and tools is another part in making a process successful. Parameters need to be found and calculated so it is understood what types of machines and tools can be used. The tools and machines that best fit in the parameters determined are the ones that are likely to be selected. Modeling the process helps determine the exact work to be done and the time it will take. Processes can then be understood and inserted in to the overall production system. Deliverables in this report This report goes over all of the process engineering aspects of the made parts for the production system. Identifying the processes needed to make each part will be determined so that the all of the types of processes necessary will be known. Modeling the processes will be done to show how the processes work and for what parts they are used for. The processes will determine what the basic manufacturing conditions for the processes. Tools and machines will be determined in a way that the best tool and machine will be selected in order to make the process the most efficient and timely. Summary of Made-Parts Inventory The parts that were determined to be made in house from the product engineering stage include: Cover housing – cover for the rotating weights
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Motor end cap – cap for the motor housing Rotor – part of the motor system Counter weight – weight used to make vibration Fan – part of the motor system Motor housing – cylinder housing to cover the motor area Stator – part of the motor system Shaft – part of the motor system Process Modeling Process identification Identifying the processes needed to complete all of steps involved in the process plan are listed below in the table. Part
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