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  1. what forging does
    work is compressed between two dies
  2. work is compressed between two dies
    what forging does
  3. Cold vs hot forging
    hot reduces strength cold increases strength
  4. types of forging
    open die forging, impression die, flashless
  5. open die forging, impression die, flashless
    types of forging
  6. sheet metal used for
    airplanes, computers, office equipment
  7. used for airplanes, computers, office equipment
    sheet metal used for
  8. advantages of sheet metal
    high strength and low cost
  9. high strength and low cost
    advantages of sheet metal
  10. basic types of sheet metal processes
  11. cutting, bending, drawing
    basic types of sheet metal processes
  12. Three principal operations in metal forming
    snearing, blanking, punching
  13. snearing, blanking, punching
    Three principal operations in metal forming
  14. types of bending
    V and edge
  15. V and edge are types of
    bending
  16. test of drawing feasiblity
    Drawing ratio, reduction, thickness to diameter ratio
  17. Drawing ratio, reduction, thickness to diameter ratio are test of
    test of drawing feasibility
  18. industrial robot is
    a reprogrammable and multifunctional manipulator designed to move materials, part, tools or specialized device tasks through variable programmed motions to performance of variety of tasks.
  19. a reprogrammable and multifunctional manipulator designed to move
    materials, part, tools or specialized device tasks through variable
    programmed motions to performance of variety of tasks.
    industrial robot
  20. Anthropomorphic feature
    means human like features
  21. means human like features
    Anthropomorphic feature
  22. Robot anatomy
    Mechanical manipulator and controller
  23. has a Mechanical manipulator and controller
    robot
  24. A manipulator is
    joints with linear or rotating arm and body assembly and wrist assembly
  25. Five basic manipulator body configurations
    polar, cylindrical, cartesian coordinated, jointed arm, scara
  26. polar, cylindrical, cartesian coordinated, jointed arm, scara are types of
    manipulator body configurations
  27. End effectors are
    tools, grippers
  28. tools, grippers are
    end effectors
  29. Robot programming
    defind the sequence of motins and positions in the work cycle
  30. define the sequence of motions and positions in the work cycle
    robot programming
  31. applications of industrial robots
    material handling, processing operations, assembly and inspection
  32. material handling, processing operations, assembly and inspection are
    applications of industrial robots
  33. robots are used specifically for
    hazerdous, cycle is repetitive, stationery, long production
  34. hazerdous, cycle is repetitive, stationery, long production are reasons why best to use
    robots
  35. two methods used in forging to deform parts
    impact or gradual pressure
  36. impact or gradual pressure
    two methods used in forging to deform parts
  37. three basic types of forging
    impression die forging, flashless, open-die
  38. impression die , flashless, open-die
    three basic types of forging
  39. two types of forging machines
    forging hammer, forging press
  40. forging hammer, forging press
    two basic types of forging machines
  41. Bulk deformation processes
    Rolling, Forging, Extrusion, Drawing
  42. Rolling, Forging, Extrusion, Drawing
    bulk deformation processes
  43. metal forming occurs in what region of the stress strain curve
    plastic
  44. what occurs in the plastic region of the stress strain
    metal forming
  45. what is n in the flow stress equation
    strain hardening exponent
  46. strain hardening exponent
    is the n in the flow stress equation
  47. hot working in the temperature range of 0.5Tm is called
    the rule of thumb
  48. Tm stands for the
    melting temperature
  49. Advantage of hot working over cold working
    Better shaping, lower forces
  50. Better shaping, lower forces
    Advantage of hot working over cold working
  51. Three benefits of lubricants in metalworking
    less friction, removes heat, reduce sticking, better surface finish
  52. less friction, removes heat, reduce sticking, better surface finish are
    Three benefits of lubricants in metalworking
  53. what does safe move do
    restrict robot movement using mechanical stops making it more precise
  54. restrict robot movement using mechanical stops making it more precise
    what safe move does
  55. robot control systems
    control box, ptp control, inteligent control
  56. control box, ptp control, inteligent control
    robot control systems
  57. what is work envelope
    envelope in which a robot manipulate or can position and orient the end of its wrist plays role in determining which applications a robot can perform.
  58. envelope in which a robot manipulate or can position and orient the end
    of its wrist plays role in determining which applications a robot can
    perform.
    is the work envelope
  59. what is a teach pendant
    device used to remotely control a robot
  60. device used to remotely control a robot
    teach pendant
  61. two types of end effectors
    tools and grippers
  62. tools and grippers are
    two types of end effectors
  63. five common anatomies of robots
    polar, cartesian, jointed arm, scare, cylindrical
  64. polar, cartesian, jointed arm, scare, cylindrical
    five common anatomies of robots
  65. sheet metalworking processes
    bending, drawing, shearing,
  66. bending, drawing, shearing,
    sheet metal working processes
  67. cold working is and its advantages
    metal forming at room temperature has greater accuracy, better surface finish, high strength
  68. metal forming at room temperature has greater accuracy, better surface finish, high strength
    cold working is and its advantages
  69. warm working is and its advantages
    slighly above room temeperature and lower forces and power, more intricate work geometries possible
  70. slighly above room temeperature and lower forces and power, more intricate work geometries possible
    warm working is and its advantages
  71. hot working is and advantage
    involves deformation at temperatures above the recrystallization temperature.
  72. involves deformation at temperatures above the recrystallization temperature.
    hot working is and its advantage
  73. friction occurs
    when metal forming arises because of close contact between the tool and work surfaces and high pressures, large enough can cause sticking
  74. when metal forming arises because of close contact between the tool and
    work surfaces and high pressures, large enough can cause sticking
    how friction occurs
  75. a precision forging is
    flashless forging
  76. flashless forging is a type of
    precision forging
  77. other deformation processes
    upsetting, heading, swagging, radial
  78. upsetting, heading, swagging, radial are
    other deformation processes
  79. cutting operations
    shearing (straight line between cutting edges), blanking (cut along closed outline)
  80. shearing (straight line between cutting edges), blanking (cut along closed outline) are
    cutting operations
  81. bending operations
    v bending, edge bending(cantilever loading)
  82. v bending, edge bending(cantilever loading) are
    bending operations
  83. drawing operation is
    operation used to make cup-shaped, box-shaped or other complex curved and concave parts.
  84. operation used to make cup-shaped, box-shaped or other complex curved and concave parts.
    drawing operation

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