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EXAM1 - Test 1 — CAD/CAM Spring 2008 Open Book Name MOM...

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Unformatted text preview: Test 1 — CAD/CAM Spring 2008 - Open Book Name: MOM “190- HB‘mO'fldCQ; 1. Draw CSG tree for the solid part shown below. (15 points) A Crank ‘ophmg Cmd box: 2) In’remefij' Gophm, and box ”(Miuam: um; g.‘ m.fl, h I . . a: _ :3 i; Mar; \ona Hernandez 2. Develop route sheet for the following component using the machines data shown below. Use the minimum number of steps necessary Raw material is a cylindrical bar. (15 points) 5&7- ME sun-faces except as mated Machine ID Machine Type 10 Shaper 20 Vertical Milling Machine 30 Horizontal Surface Grinding Machine 40 Lathe 50 High Precision Lathe 60 Horizontal Milling Machine 70 Cylindrical Grinding Machine Route Sheff :Rom Male/hill L:0(5 JD: No. Drrbtfion Dew} fion - DEPJr Machine. . l0 Tuvmfich. 1.2%), D:L{O I Q _. NO 9.0 TurningT L: 9,5, D216 Lat \' H0 30 G‘roouinoa L= a, fit: 35 0 \leri'i 5 Mill" (3 50 HO chamter“ X: ‘15 ‘ D1H0(:mngd%€5) 5W ‘0 50 chamter #04), D ‘43 5W ‘0 _ - -t . ' 5O ' a ' i (00 Fine, ermnoéf Prov swam, Witch HI tuition L01 “(0 git OP? part miter Marllom Hernanda 3. Consider the 3D object shown in Figure below. The coordinates of the vertices are given as follows: A=[3, 5,3] B= [7, 5, 3]- C= {7, 5, 5] D=[3, 5, 5] E=[3, 6,5] F= [3,6, 3] a) Is this a solid object, why? (5 points) b) Rotate the object by 30° in clockwise direction at point D about the y-axis. (15 points) .Y Marnona Herman Clea 4. Develop a form code using the Opitz system. Show all your analysis. (10 points) Spur gear 4.8 pitch circle dlameter 43¢ tp-c-d; w -4¢ VIII/III/III/Imm L—s.s—-l-2:H: “K DISH, l'. ROTQl’IOQal 'PQr-l’ % (5.5+;w‘31‘l __,_ i3- : 2-09 3'5 0.64 L/Déb D‘fll‘l’ l ‘-'- L a 9131+ .11 ExTemal Shape? amped +0 on: 611 vo‘nbh Wndional groove 013% a. = 5 whicdH— 5 -. Infernm shape ,- smooJrh ,nn shape, damn’rb Diai‘r 5-. L ' * Diai’rll : Plane sumac/t: mam/ins: n0 Wmm WWW‘}: Diail'q =0 x Difii+5 ‘. spur gear Wk Form COO-6 '. 1.33.06, J. xucuuly Luc UULLLUuGun luuuuulckbj bulu Lu: cxccpuunal paILKS} 10I [[16 uala BELOW. {1.) points) ' a 4 b 25 w ._., o ‘6 SW \ 2 2 7- 2 Componerfis 2 21 2‘ 2 I . Ran K, '——"’H Machines 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 tQRJN ' L M1 1 1- 1 1 1 1 ‘1 1 1 1.00:} - M2 1- 1 I. .1 1 H5\ 5 M3 .1 :1 .1 1 L 502% 3 M4- 1 ‘l -l 1.1- l Q55 1" M5 1 .1 ¥ .1 1 1 .1 1 . K320 i- b‘dl SL1 Mackxinfié qahd 9“ Parb 1)?g,H,3,(ofl ,and 10 —_.:.:> Exfi’rlmm mourns: 5,1,and 5. exupfional pads: mwummd l0 From amlezirfl We Pina‘ FeboH’ I observe, Mfr WNW (a {mum be, induded in cell 1. ijre 0an «4010mm machines Horn at“ L. ,' . MOMOQOU Hernandez. 6. What is the major difference between automation, computer integrated manufacturing and collaborative engineering? (15 points) ed 10 perform manotaduri'nfo operations a a, ‘ - ii *Aotomcdron. “PP and a, high 1016‘ 0? reduced Md 0? human participation, wmpotex mom» 5 _ . ’ _ v n rated McmoPQdUn . mm me use 0? wmpo mmpom antes ' m producing25 ,plan ‘th produofion , con’ffoi Hm m matior' diPFeerm (1, broadfl $096 which \ Mambo wndione- Aotomtiort If) at)? and collaborative angina/King If)" manutqdctinfi opfimfiorb; «new azsu‘gn and «nwmm‘i /. ...
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