Lesson 4: Name That Feature

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Introduction

In this lesson, students should have many of the skills necessary to identify features and machining processes used to create machined parts.

Student will complete the following worksheets and identify features and machining processes for the 5 assignments. Students should be able to identify features such as holes, slots, fillets, rounds, chamfers, grooves, pockets, bosses, counterbores, countersink, threads, gears, etc.

They are also asked to identify machine processes such as drilling, countersinking, milling, turning, casting, grinding, etc.

Have students check their work with others in class as well as the teacher.

There is a Test include at the end of the lesson.

This will take 2 days

Time
2 Class Periods

Industries / Subjects / Grades

Industries / Pathways
  • Engineering & Architecture Engineering & Architecture
    • Architectural Design
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Engineering Design
    • Engineering Technology
  • Information and Communication Technologies Information and Communication Technologies
    • Networking
Grade Levels
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12

Standards and Objectives

Standards

California English Common Core Standards (1)

Related Instructional Objectives (SWBAT...)

  • Students will understand planning and layout operations.
  • Students will understand the concepts related to processing materials using machine tools and forming equipment.
  • Students will gain an understanding of inspection and quality control.
  • Students will identify standard hand and machine tools used in manufacturing systems.
  • Students will identify emerging machining and forming technology systems.
  • Students will understand how machine tools are used in production and prototype work.
  • Students will identify various industrial forming processes.

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