|Politecnico di Torino|
|Academic Year 2017/18|
Innovative manufacturing systems
Master of science-level of the Bologna process in Industrial Production And Technological Innovation Engineering - Torino
The course aims to provide knowledge of modern production systems, especially those at higher innovative content, criteria for setting the levels of automation and integration of processes, tools to set the programming of CNC systems for machining, assembly and testing, and of tools design a complex production line
Expected learning outcomes
Knowledge of the structure of modern CNC production , assembly and testing tools;
Knowledge of integrated and flexible manufacturing systems with particular reference to the application of lean manufacturing;
Knowledge of criteria for setting the levels of automation and process integration in relation to production rates, methods of Additive manufacturing and reverse engineering;
Ability to identify the most appropriate production technology according to specifications of the product;
Ability to programming a CNC system for machining, assembly and testing;
Ability to set the design of a complex production line and choosing the appropriate elements to assess its performance.
Prerequisites / Assumed knowledge
Basic knowledge of technology
Numerical Control of Machine tools
- Definition and fundamental concepts
- Machine tool structures and guideways
- Tools and workpiece management
- Drives and actuation systems
- Feedback devices
- Machine control unit
- Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
- Direct Numerical Control (DNC)
- Adaptive Control
- Manual and computer-aided programming
- The ISO code
- The APT (Automatically Programmed Tools) language for numerical control
- Computer-aided programming tools
- Structures and characteristics
- Control unit and programing
- Integrated robotic systems
- Robot cells
Coordinate measuring machines
- Computer-aided control
- Structures and characteristics of CMM
- Software for CMM
- Electrical discharge machining
- Electrochemical machining
- Chemical milling
- Ultrasonic machining
- Electron-beam welding
- Laser machining
- Water-jet machining
- Principle of layer manufacturing and economics
- Integration with CAD systems
- Industrial processes
During laboratory activities (40 hours), a CAM software will be used as tool for machining process planning.
Texts, readings, handouts and other learning resources
PowerPoint slides presented during lectures will be provided as lecture notes in the course website.
- S. Kalpakjian, S.R. Schmid. "Tecnologia Meccanica", Quinta Edizione, Pearson Education Italia
- F. Gabrielli, R. Ippolito, F. Micari, "Analisi e tecnologia delle lavorazioni meccaniche", Editrice McGraw-Hill
- M.Santochi e F. Giusti, "Tecnologia meccanica e studi di fabbricazione", Editrice Ambrosiana
Assessment and grading criteria
Students are required to complete a technical report on the work developed during laboratory activities. The evaluation of the technical reports will account for 6/30.
The aim of the final exam is to verify the studentís knowledge on manufacturing processes and modern manufacturing systems.
The final exam consists of an oral exam of 3 (three) open questions and will cover all the material that was presented during lectures. The oral exam will account for 24/30.
The final mark is the sum of scores obtained from the evaluation of the technical report and the oral exam.
Programma definitivo per l'A.A.2016/17