CGT 110 Lecture 8 Fall 2011

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CGT 110 Lecture 8 Review of Manufacturing  Processes and  Terminology
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Three Fundamental Forming  Processes Removing Material Traditional machining processes Adding Material Welding, brazing and related processes Redistributing Material Casting, forging, extruding and related processes
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Principal Types of Metal  Forming Casting Machining from standard stock Welding Forming from sheet stock Forging
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Casting Processes Sand Casting Two part mold called a  flask . Upper part of the flask is the  cope . Lower part of the flask is the  drag . Plane of separation is the  parting line . Taper of parts is known as  draft . core  is used to create voids in the part.
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Fillets and Rounds Fillets are inside rounded corners. Rounds are outside rounded corners. Function of rounds and fillets: Improves strength of casting Improves appearance and reduces sharp edges. Better release from molds.
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Other Casting Processes Investment “lost wax process” casting Pattern is consumed in the process. Mold is destroyed in the process Highly detailed and accurate casting.  Requires a minimum of finish machining. High cost - high quality
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(Cont.) Centrifugal Casting Mold is spinning during casting and cooling Produces less porous castings Produces more uniform castings Used for pipe, gears, and disks.
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(Cont.) Die Casting Forces molten metal into metal dies under pressure. Accurate size and shape.
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course CGT 101 taught by Professor Mohler,j during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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