Welcome toManufacturing Technology Hosted by: Mr. Spitler
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$100 The Natural or Synthetic materials entered into any manufacturing system that is changed into a product for a consumer. ?
$200 Consumer product surveys are examples of this branch of the manufacturing system model. ?
$300 This branch of the manufacturing system model contains such categories as forming, separating, assembling and finishing. ?
$400 Automobiles, cell phones, computers, Oreo cookies, etc… are all examples of this branch of the manufacturing system model. ?
$500 The use of technology to change raw materials through various processes to create products that meet consumer’s wants and needs. ?
$100 What are inputs? INPUTS
$200 What is feedback? FEEDBACK
$300 What are Processes? PROCESSES
$400 What is Outputs? OUTPUTS
$500 What is Manufacturing?
$100 This historical event both in Europe and the United States had the largest impact on the early development of manufacturing. ?
$200 Eli Whitney & Henry Ford developed these two innovations which made manufacturing facilities run more efficient, thus making products more affordable to the consumer. ?
$300 This device from its invention date until present day continues to have a major impact on everything manufactured today. ?
$400 This device not only has improved the efficiency of manufacturing, but some say it has also had a negative impact by eliminating the need for blue collar workers in the factories of today. ?
$500 President Obama has become the newest proponent of this future technological advancement that will have a major impact on manufacturing processes and facilities. ?
$100 What is the Industrial Revolution?
$200 What are Interchangeable Parts & the Assembly Line?
$300 What is the Computer and Computer Automation?
$400 What is Robotics?
$500 What is “New Energy”?
$100 Manufacturing processes can be divided into these 4 categories. ?
$200 The processes of changing the shape of a material. No material is added or taken away during this process. ?
$300 Process of changing the shape of a material, separating or cutting away parts from the remainder of the material. ?
$400 The process of creating a material or product by combining several pieces, parts or materials. ?
$500 The process of changing a material or product by applying a protective or decorative coating. ?
$100 What are Forming, Separating, Assembly & Finishing?
$200 What is Forming?
$300 What is Separating?
$400 What is Assembling?
$500 What is Finishing?
$100 A solid material is changed to a liquid, and then forced or poured into a hollow form. ?
$200 Forming, Bending, Rolling & Drawing are all examples of this forming process. ?
$300 The hardening of metal is an example of this forming process. ?
$400 Cutting a piece of paper with scissors, or sawing a piece of wood with the Table Saw are examples of this Separating Process. ?
$500 The process of changing a materials shape by separating or removing pieces of the original material with a small grain like substance. ?
$100 What is Casting?
$200 What is Compressing?
$300 What is Conditioning?
$400 What is Sawing, Shearing or Cutting?
$500 What is Abrading?
$100 The technical term given to the bonding agents used in the assembly process. ?
$200 Wood screws, brads, nails and rivets are all examples of this branch of assembly. ?
$300 The process of changing a material or product by applying a protective coating includes these three finishing categories. ?
$400 The process of changing a material or product by chemically changing its color. ?
$100 What is Adhesive?
$200 What is Mechanical Fastening?