Engineering Design And Manufacture By Looking At Traditional Manufacturing Processes And Non Contact Processes

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1.0 – Summary In this assignment I have demonstrated an understanding of engineering design and manufacture by looking at traditional manufacturing processes and non-contact processes. I have selected the right process/process and its suitable materials, economics, quality issues, dimensional accuracy and they’re advantages/disadvantages. I have given a thorough conclusion on what method I believe is the best depending on the quantity of lathe carrier body’s being made and also value for money. Table of Contents 1.0 – Summary 1 2.0 - Introduction 1 3.0 - Task 1 2 • Method of manufacturing 2 3 • Suitable materials 3 • Economic consideration 3 Advantages & dis-advantages 4 4.0 - Task 2 4 • Suitable materials 4 • Economic consideration 5 Advantages & disadvantages 5 5.0 - Comparison of processes 5 6.0 - Conclusion 5 7.0 – References 6 Bibliography 6 8.0 – Table of figures 6 2.0 - Introduction In this assignment I am going to cover many different ways of manufacturing a lathe carrier. I am going to base all my knowledge and research on two main processes. These are going to be non-contact processes and traditional manufacturing processes. I am going to demonstrate a good understanding of engineering design and manufacture. I shall prove this by considering all the important factors which include economy, quality, suitable manufactures, surface finish, dimensional accuracy, advantages/disadvantages…etc. After careful consideration then I shall compare and contrast the methods

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