Sascha Weikert: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2021

Name Dr. Sascha Weikert
Inst. f. Werkzeugmaschinen
ETH Zürich, PFA E 81
Technoparkstrasse 1
8005 Zürich
Telephone+41 44 632 22 60
DepartmentMechanical and Process Engineering

151-0708-00LManufacturing II4 credits2V + 1UK. Wegener, M. Schmid, S. Weikert
AbstractExemplary discussion on modern manufacturing methods to add and delete material as well as modern measuring methods. Introduction to general environmental problems of production up to the product disposal.
ObjectiveDeepen the specialized knowledge of most modern mechanical manufacturing methods. Learn to consider aspects of environment and resources at careful manufacturing.
ContentModern manufacturing methods like rapidly prototyping and rapid Tooling, high-speed cutting and processing of hard materials, machininig with laser beams and waterjet, high performance casting technology. CAD - CAM coupling, strategies of the process selection. Devices, principle considerations for relationship between production and environment. Waste disposal engineering, disposal-fair designing.
Lecture notesYes
Prerequisites / NoticeAttendance of the lecture Manufacturing (151-0700-00L) recommended

Combination with production machines I and II recommended
151-0720-00LProduction Machines I4 credits4GK. Wegener, S. Weikert
AbstractFirst part of the lecture on production machines. Introduction to the special features of production machines on the basis of metal cutting and forming machine tools. Dimensioning and design, as well as specific functional components.
ObjectiveElaboration of the special requirements on the machine tools, such as precision, dynamics, long-life and their realisation. Development and respectively assortment of the most important components.
ContentBasics of the machine tool design, Six-point principal is shown. Components of machine tools (foundations, frames, bearings, guides, measuring systems, drives and their control) and their types of machine designs. Terminology, classification and quality characteristics. Special components and selected types of forming machines and there design and dimensioning. Insight into safety of machinery and automation.
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