Conventional Manufacturing Processes

Manufacturing processes for Engineering Students of First Year .
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Types and Applications of Conventional Manufacturing Processes.
Casting Procedure and its application.
Sand Casting

Requirements

  • Basic information about the products used on daily basis.
  • Spanner is Machine Forged Component.

Description

This course will help students to list down various conventional manufacturing processes. Students will understand the basic difference ant the application of different conventional manufacturing processes. In Conventional Manufacturing this course will give you idea about Casting Processes, Bulk deformation processes, Machining Processes, Sheet Metal Processes and  Metal Joining Processes. With the completion of this course you will be able to complete the beginners level to understand the in detail knowledge of Manufacturing Processes used in Manufacturing Industries. This knowledge of Manufacturing Processes will help you to recognize the product from its manufacturing processes used. In Casting various casting processes are to be used as per the requirement of the customer. Bulk deformation processes students will learn different processes wherein by heating the metal a shape can be given as per requirement. In machining and finishing processes students will learn different machining processes wherein material is to be removed and required shape is to be given to the material. In Sheet metal operations, student will learn different operations which are performed on sheet or plate so as to give the required shape. In Metal Joining Processes students will learn the different welding processes used in the Manufacturing industries. Manufacturing Engineering is the core subject for Mechanical and Production Engineering Students.

List of points covered in the course are:

  1. Introduction to Conventional Manufacturing

  2. Casting Processes

  3. Bulk Deformation Processes

  4. Sheet Metal Operations

  5. Machining and Finishing Operations

  6. Metal Joining Processes

    Hope you will get something out of this course which will help you in future to study the advanced manufacturing processes in detail.

Who this course is for:

  • First Year Engineering Students
  • As per the basics in Mechanical Engineering

Course content

3 sections5 lectures54m total length
  • Introduction
    08:17

Instructor

Engineering Teacher for Manufacturing
Amol Shankar Kamble
  • 4.6 Instructor Rating
  • 3 Reviews
  • 676 Students
  • 1 Course

Hi, I am Amol Shankar Kamble, working as an assistant professor in the department of Production Engineering of K. K. Wagh Institute of Engineering Education and Research, Nashik. I have an experience of more than 15 years in the field of teaching. I have taught Engineering Graphics, Production Management subjects along with Manufacturing Subjects.