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I. Introduction This is an introduction to CES EduPack. By materials, find descriptions and guidelines When designing a product, the materials a are ignored, the design will have to be mod to determine what materials to use is a mat II. Browse Materials When you are not given specific material groups similar materials together. This allow 1. Start CES EduPack a. All Programs -> Engineering b. In the “Choose Configuratio 2. Set Table to “MaterialUniverse” a. Find the record for STAINLE i. Expand Metals and arrow beside it ii. Expand Ferrous the iii. Double click Stain record Look at the various properties that CES has stainless steel composed of? What can it be b. Find the record for CONCRE i. Expand Ceramics an technical ceramics ii. Double click “Concr Th CAD3 - CES 1 the end of the tutorial you will be able to look at t for processes, and be able to select materials base and processes that are available for production sho dified in the production stages which results in lost aterials selection program such as CES EduPack. ls, you may want to browse through the materials ws you to look at various materials that you may no g Applications -> CES EduPack 2011 -> CES EduPack 2 ion” box select “Level 1” ESS STEEL d alloys by clicking on the e same way inless steel to view the s for stainless steel. What is e used for? ETE and glasses -> Non- -> Cement and concrete crete” to view the record he University of Michigan MECHENG 250 F11 the properties of different ed upon criteria you select. ould be considered. If they time and money. One way ls. The organization in CES ot have thought about. 20101
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Did you know that concrete is a ceramic? W steel? How do those properties dictate wha c. Find the record for POLYPR i. Expand Polymers a ii. Double click on “Po d. Find Processes that can be Polypropylene i. In the “Links” area Polypropylene reco ii. Expand “SHAPING” iii. Expand Machining, polypropylene III. Browse Processes CES also allows you to look at the differe consider how you are going to make a part use to make your project? One of the proce 1. Set Table to “ProcessUniverse” and a. Find the record for INJECTIO i. Expand Shaping - Thermoplastic m ii. Double click on “ thermoplastics” t Look at the tolerances on injection molding
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course MECHENG 250 taught by Professor Stevis during the Fall '09 term at University of Michigan.

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