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Manufacturing Processes test
processes and materials
Terms in this set (54)
the ability of a material to resist an applied force
the amount that a material can be deformed
the ability of a material to be formed without rupturing
the ability of a material to resist wear and abrasion
the ability of a material to withstand an impact without breaking
the opposite of toughness; the potential for a material to shatter when it experiences an impact
the ability of a material to resist bending
a type of material typically made by processing an ore that has been mined or quarried
typically an oxide of a metal, in the form of a rock
a mixture of elements that has metallic properties
a material that contains iron
a material that does not contain iron
a heat treatment that makes a metal softer and easier to work
a heat treatment that increases the hardness and strength of a metal due to a change in the arrangement of the atoms within it
a heat treatment to remove or misalign some of the brittleness in a hardened steel, at the cost of some hardness
a reaction between the surface of a material and its environment that consumes some of the material
a type of material made from a large number of similar, smaller chemical units that are bonded together
a type of polymer that can be reshaped when heated
a type of polymer with crosslinks between the polymer chains. It cannot be reshaped when heated
a type of material made by combining two or more different types of material. These remain physically distinct within its structure
a type of material that is typically an oxide, nitride or carbide of a metal
the amount of time that a product is designed to last
designing a product so that it will have a limited lifespan
A group of machined or handmade parts that fit together to form a self-contained unit.
Computer Aided Manufacturing
Computer Numerical Control. A numerical control method in which one computer is linked with one machine tool to perform NC functions.
A precision measuring device used to measure linear dimensions, thickness, or diameter.
The process of making a raw material into a finished product; especially in large quantities.
Technical graphics that convey all of the information needed to manufacture and assemble a design.
Inorganic Materials (Material Type)
materials that do not come from living organisms
Stainless Steel (Material)
A metal alloy of steel, chromium, and sometimes nickel which is used in casket construction; noted for its ability to resist rust.
Cold Rolled Steel
sheet steel that has been formed using heavy rollers at room temperature, to improve its surface finish, hardness, and strength
Material, makes graphite, coal, and diamonds.
Bore (Drilling Terminology and or Callout)
To make a hole bigger than it already is.
Ream (Drilling Terminology and or Callout)
To drill a hole
Through hole (Drilling Terminology and or Callout)
A hole that goes completely through the workpiece
Countersink (Drilling Terminology and or Callout)
A conical-shaped recess around a hole, often used to receive a tapered screw.
Anodize (Surface Finish)
to coat with a protective oxide layer by an electrolytic process in which the metal forms the anode. (Surface Finish)
Galvanize (Surface Finish)
the process of applying a protective zinc coating to steel or iron, to prevent rusting. The most common method is called _______, in which the parts are submerged in a bath of molten zinc.
The process of pouring molten metal into a hollow cavity and allowing it to cool and solidify into a desired shape. The solid part is known as a casting.
metal casting used
automotive, culinary, aerospace, railroad, navel, and jewelry industries
type of casting mold
Upper and lower portion
components found in mold designs
Controls the flow rate where the molten material passes through
controlled deformation of metal into specific shapes by the use of compressive forces
forces applied in forging
Through tools and dyes driven mainly by hammers
deformation of a workpiece between flat or shaped tools without completely restricting metal flow, is rotated along longitudinal axis
prodcuts purchased directly by consumers; ex: cars, tvs, tires, etc
purchased by companies to produce goods and/or provide services; ex: aircraft, computers, machine tools, etc.
individual parts and assembled products rather than items produced by continuous processes
a designed procedure that results in physical and/or chemical changes to a starting work material w/ the itnention of increasing the value of that material
a single step in the sequence of steps required to transform the starting material into a final product
transforms a work material from one state of copletion toa more advanced state that is closer to the final desired product
joins 2 or more components to create a new entity, called an assembly, subassembly, or some other term taht refers tot he joining process
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