Manufacturing Technology I
- Organizational Unit:
- Chair of Manufacturing Technology
- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Bergs
The overall objective of the lecture is to expand the previous knowledge of manufacturing technologies through scientific approaches, methods and models. Upon successful completion of this course, students will know and understand the functional principles of the relevant manufacturing technologies as well as the process parameters and the most important effects on the quality, tool wear and machining time of the component.
Furthermore, the students know and understand the wear mechanisms of the tools and the resulting errors.
The students are also able to assess manufacturing processes, machine tools and measuring methods with regard to workpiece properties and to evaluate the effects of parameter changes on thermo-mechanical loads, wear behaviour and risks. They are also able to analyze, optimize and question established manufacturing processes from a scientific point of view.
Introduction in manufacturing technology
Machining with geometrically defined cutting edge I
Machining with geometrically defined cutting edge II
Machining with geometrically undefined cutting edge I
Machining with geometrically undefined cutting edge II
Material removal manufacturing processes EDM
Material removal manufacturing processes ECM
Sheet metal forming
Laser material processing and high-pressure water jet machining
Technology chain design and manufacturing-induced part characteristics
Casting processes - student lectures