Manufacturing Planning and Management

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This course is an overview of the significance of manufacturing worldwide and the structure of 2.008x, including key topics and a framework for planning manufacturing processes. Topics include machining, including material removal processes and advanced materials, as well as injection molding, thermoforming and sheet metal forming, casting, and additive manufacturing. Quality and variation are discussed using statistical methods, as well as manufacturing cost and sustainability, including energy consumption and the use of robots. The course also covers electronics and fabrication, and concludes with a summary of 2.008x and emerging technologies, with perspectives on the future of manufacturing.

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Analyze the physical principles underlying machining, injection molding, casting, thermoforming, sheet metal forming, 3D printing, and electronics assembly.
Evaluate the design for manufacturing principles and the impact on rate, quality, cost, flexibility, and sustainability in the mass production of products.
Synthesize a multi-step manufacturing process plan that balances rate, quality, cost, flexibility, and sustainability.
Apply cost estimation techniques to make accurate predictions of cost and throughput in the manufacturing process.
Evaluate the life-cycle considerations and trade-offs in the manufacturing process, including important constraints and sustainability factors.

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Part 1
Introduction and Process Planning
Overview of the significance of manufacturing worldwide
Structure of 2.008x and key topics
Framework for planning manufacturing processes
Evaluating process performance based on four key attributes
Description of machining as a material removal process
Mechanics of material deformation
Estimates of material removal rate and cutting forces
Turning and milling operations
Machining advanced materials and complex parts
Part 2
Injection Molding
Physics of the injection molding process
Rate-limiting steps and process parameters
Thermoplastic materials
Mold tooling design
Defect prevention guidelines
Examples: toy bricks, cups, and plastic furniture
Thermoforming and Sheet Metal Forming
Materials and process considerations in sheet forming
Rate- and geometry-limiting aspects including springback and tearing
Uses: plastic packaging, aluminum beverage cans
Supplement: polymer forming processes (plastic bottles, bags, large containers)
Part 3
Introduction to casting as a solidification process
Sand casting, die casting, and investment casting processes
Rate-limiting steps and factors governing part microstructure, quality, and cost
Additive Manufacturing
Spectrum of additive manufacturing (AM) technologies
Key applications and reasons for growth and significance
In-depth focus on the three most prevalent AM processes: extrusion, photopolymerization, selective laser melting
Part 4
Quality and Variation
Statistical methods for analyzing, monitoring, and controlling process variation
Differences between variation, tolerances, and quality
Principles of precision metrology
Manufacturing System
Probability theory and queuing theory
Analytical examples of simple manufacturing systems
Critical concepts such as production rate, capacity, buffers
Simulations and case study examples
Manufacturing Cost
Methodology for estimating manufacturing cost
Examples: toy bricks, window glass, smartphones
Part 5
Sustainability and Robotics
Energy consumption of manufacturing and product life cycle
Introduction to various types of robots used in manufacturing
Comparison of performance and impact on production efficiency and quality
Process physics of microelectronics fabrication and PCB manufacturing
Techniques for assembling electronic components on to PCBs
Cost, rate, quality, and flexibility of different assembly techniques
Part 6
The Future of Manufacturing and Conclusion
Summary of 2.008x
Emerging manufacturing technologies
Perspectives of instructors and guests on the future of manufacturing

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This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for
This course is intended for individuals who are interested in learning about the manufacturing process and the practical aspects of turning a design into a finished product at scale. It would be ideal for:
Engineers and designers who want to understand the various manufacturing processes and design for manufacturing principles.
Entrepreneurs and product developers who are looking to bring their designs to market and want to understand the cost and production considerations.
Students and professionals who are looking to expand their knowledge in the field of manufacturing and product design.
Manufacturing professionals who want to upgrade their skills and stay current with the latest advancements in the industry.
Anyone with an interest in the science and technology of product manufacturing and an understanding of the industry's impact on society and the environment.

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