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IntroductiontoManufacturingTechnology

(Revised6/17/09)

CIPCode: 21.0110 Level: 8th10thgrade UnitsofCredit: 0.5 Prerequisite: None SkillCertification: Yes COURSEDESCRIPTION:Abroadexploratorycoursethatintroducesstudentstothe manufacturingindustry.Thoughhandsonactivitiesstudentswilllearnhowmanufacturesuse technologytochangerawmaterialsintofinishedproducts.Thecoursewillinclude:abrief historyofmanufacturing,socialimpacts,typesofmanufacturingproduction,designprocesses, propertiesofmaterials,manufacturingprocesses,safeuseoftoolsandequipment,free enterpriseandmarketingprinciples,andcareerexploration. STANDARD&OBJECTIVES Standard1 STUDENTSWILLINVESTIGATETHEEVOLUTIONANDIMPACTSOF MANUFACTURINGTECHNOLOGY. Objective1.1Studentswillstatethe Indicator1.1.1(Vocabulary) differencesbetweenpastandpresent CottageIndustries(specializedcraftindustries) methodsofmanufacturing. IndustrialRevolution ManufacturingProcess InterchangeableParts ManufacturingTechnology AssemblyLine MassProduction Automation Technology Objective1.2Studentswillunderstandthe Indicator1.2.1(Vocabulary) positiveandnegativeimpactsthat ImpactsofManufacturing(Benefits/ Consequences) manufacturinghasonsociety. Standard2 STUDENTSWILLBEABLETOIDENTIFYTHETHREETYPESOFMANUFACTURING PRODUCTION.STUDENTSWILLBEABLETOAPPLYTHETECHNOLOGYSYSTEMS MODELTOMANUFACTURING. Objective2.1 Studentswillbeabletodefine Indicator2.1.1(Vocabulary) continuous,intermittent,andcustomtypesof Threemainmanufacturingsystems: manufacturingproduction. ContinuousManufacturing IntermittentManufacturing CustomManufacturing Othervocabulary: FlexibleManufacturing(atypeofContinuousMfg.) MassProduction

Objective2.2 Studentswillunderstandthe advantagesanddisadvantagesofthethree manufacturingproductionsystems

Indicator2.2.1 ContinuousManufacturing: Advantages: Savestime Workersbecomeveryskilledin doingonetask Specialtoolingandtrainedworkers wastelessmaterial Especiallyeffectivewithlarge productionruns Disadvantages: Workersareonlytrainedinonetask Noteffectiveforsmallproduction runs IntermittentManufacturing: Advantages: Productscanbeproducedinsizable quantities,butwithdefinitestarting andstoppingpoints Goodforbatchprocessingofspecific productionorders Productioncanquicklychangeto anotherproductionitemattheend ofarun. Disadvantages: Managementmustdomore planningtoschedulethevarious productionruns Lotsmustbemovedfromstationto station Machines&toolingmustbe changedforeachproductionrun CustomManufacturing: Advantages: Excellentforsmalllotsoroneofa kinditems. Acustomercanordertheexact productandfeaturesthattheywant Disadvantages: Productscostmore Workersmustbehighlyskilledand paidmore Slowestformofproduction

Objective2.3 Studentswillbeabletoidentify Indicator2.3.1(Vocabulary) TechnologySystemsModel examplesofinputs,processes,outputs,and feedbackintheTechnologySystemsModel. Input Process Output Feedback Objective2.4 Foraspecificmanufactured product,thestudentwillbeabletoidentify theinputs,processes,outputs,andfeedback inthemanufacturingprocess. STANDARD3 UNDERSTANDTHEMANUFACTURINGDESIGNPROCESS Indicator3.1.1(Vocabulary) Objective3.1 Studentswilldemonstrate competencyintheConventionalMeasuring ConventionalMeasuringSystem System(inches/feet)andintheMetric MetricMeasuringSystem MeasuringSystem. Objective3.2 Studentswillknowthestepsof Indicator3.2.1 theProblemSolving/DesignProcess. DesignProcess 1. Identify,stateanddefinetheproblem 2. Researchinformation 3. Developpossiblesolutions(brainstorm, developthumbnailsketches) 4. Selectthebestsolution/design 5. Testthesolution 6. Evaluateandrefinethesolution (Vocabulary) CAD(ComputerAidedDesign) Innovation Invention Mockups Models Prototype Rendering RoughSketch Thumbnail Objective3.3 Studentswillunderstandhow Indicator3.3.1 toidentify,stateanddefinetheproblem. 1. Stateorwritetheproblemclearly 2. Identifytherequirements,criteriaand constraintsofthedesignproblem Objective3.4 Studentswillknowthestepsof Indicator3.4.1 researchingadesignproblem. 1. Findinformationthatisalreadyknown 2. Describeconditionsorfactorsthatmay effectthesolution 3. Experiment,test,orresearchtogain additionalinformation

Objective3.5 Studentswillsolveadesign Indicator3.5.1 basedproblem. STANDARD4CHANGINGRAWMATERIALSINTOFINISHEDPRODUCTS Objective4.1Thestudentswillunderstand Indicator4.1.1(vocabulary) variousmanufacturingmaterials,their alloy sources,propertiesanduses. ceramic Composite Ferrous/NonFerrous Metal Plastic Wood Indicator4.2.1(vocabulary) Objective4.2Thestudentwilldefineand demonstrateaSeparatingprocesses. SeparatingProcess(sawing,milling,routing, diecutting,sanding,drilling,shearing,flame cutting,lasercutting,waterjetcutting) Objective4.3Thestudentwilldefineand Indicator4.3.1(vocabulary) demonstrateaFormingprocesses. FormingProcesses(casting,molding, bending,diestamping,forging,rolling, extruding) Injectionmolding Indicator4.4.1(vocabulary) Objective4.4Thestudentwilldefineand demonstrateanAssemblingprocesses. Assemblyprocesses(combining,joining, bonding,gluing,nailing,riveting,bolting, screwing,welding) Fasteners Objective4.5Thestudentwilldefineand Indicator4.5.1(vocabulary) demonstrateaFinishingprocesses. ConditioningProcesses(heattreating, cooling,drying,tempering,annealing,firing, chemicaletching) FinishingProcesses(painting,staining, waxing,anodizing,electroplating,plating, coating,glazing) Objective4.6Thestudentwillapplyallthe Indicator4.6.1(vocabulary) necessarystepsinaproductionsequence. Productionsequence Objective4.7Studentswillunderstandthe Indicator4.7.1(vocabulary) applicationofautomatedsystemsin Automation manufacturing. CAM(ComputerAidedManufacturing) CNC(ComputerNumericControl) Robotics STANDARD5DEVELOPBASICSKILLSANDSAFEUSEOFMANUFACTURINGEQUIPMENTAND TOOLS Objective5.1Thestudentwilllearnanduse Indicator5.1.1(vocabulary) safetyrulesandpractices OSHA(http://www.osha.gov/)

UOSH(http://www.uosh.utah.gov/) Safety SafetyEquipment SafetyGlasses SafetyGuards SafetyProcedures SafetyZones Objective5.2Thestudentwilldemonstrate Indicator5.2.1(vocabulary) theproperuseofbasictoolsandmachines Handtools Machinery Portablepowertools Objctive5.3Thestudentwillunderstandthe Indicator5.3.1(vocabulary) useofjigsandfixtures JigsandFixtures STANDARD6DEFINEFREEENTERPRISEANDMARKETINGASITRELATESTO MANUFACTURING Objective6.1Studentswillexploreconcepts Indicator6.1.1(vocabulary) ofentrepreneurship Entrepreneur FreeEnterprise Objective6.2Studentswillparticipateina Indicator6.2.1(vocabulary) continuousproductionsystem.(Mass ContinuousProduction productionactivity) Objective6.3Studentswillunderstandthe Indicator6.3.1(vocabulary) importanceoflaborefficiencyandbeableto LaborEfficiency identifywaystoimproveamassproduction MassProduction system. Objective6.4Studentswillunderstandthe Indicator6.4.1(vocabulary) processofobtainingcapitalandmanaging Budget finances. Capital LaborCosts MaterialCosts ProductionCosts Profit Stock Objective6.5Studentswilllearnmarketing Indicator6.5.1(vocabulary) techniques,e.g.Product(marketresearch, Advertising marketsurvey),Price(costanalysis,price Distribution point),Promotion(advertising),Place(target Marketing market,salesanddistribution) MarketResearch MarketSurvey Packaging Sales SupplyandDemand STANDARD7STUDENTSWILLINVESTIGATETHEEDUCATIONALPATHWAYSANDCAREER OPPORTUNITIESINTHEMANUFACTURINGINDUSTRY

Objective7.1Thestudentswillidentify occupationsrelatedtothemanufacturing industry. Objective7.2Thestudentwillbeableto identifydifferenttypesofoccupational training.

Indicator7.1.1(vocabulary) CareerPathway Skilled/UnskilledOccupations Indicator7.2.1(vocabulary) Onthejobtraining Apprentice SkillCertification AssociateDegree BachelorDegree

TextBooks: PrimaryResource

ManufacturingandAutomationTechnology,R.ThomasWright, GoodheartWillcoxCompany,2006.(ISBN1590704843) Technology,DesignandApplication,R.ThomasWright,Goodheart WillcoxCompany,2008.(ISBN13:9781590707135) HighPerformanceManufacturing,McGrawHill/Glencoe,2006.(ISBN:0 078614872)

SecondaryResource Technology(Section5),R.ThomasWright,GoodheartWillcoxCompany, 2008.(ISBN13:9781590707197) IntroductiontoTechnology(Units1&5),Pierce,McGrawHill/Glencoe, 2010.(ISBN:9780078797859) TechnologyTodayandTomorrow(Section3),JamesF.Fales,McGraw Hill/Glencoe,2004.(ISBN0078308291) TechnologyInteractions(Chapters1,2,4,5,17),Harms,McGraw Hill/Glencoe,2007.(ISBN13:9780078741722) Technology,Engineering&Design(Units1&4),Fales,McGraw Hill/Glencoe,2008.(ISBN:9780078768095) Technology,ShapingOurWorld(Chapters1,2,4,5,8,15,16),Gradwell, GoodheartWillcoxCompany,2008.(ISBN13:9781590707074)