Computer Integrated Manufacturing

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Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Ms. Debika Ingham
[email protected]
Twitter @DebgineerIng
Akins HS, RM 159, 512-841-9846
Tutoring W 4:15-5:30, before school by appointment and with pass, FIT time
WHY YOU ARE HERE
Welcome to the class and to the T-STEM academy! Engineering is a tremendous passion of mine, and I
hope to spark a lifelong love of science, math and technology learning in each of you. This class is one of
the culminating courses bringing together topics and skills that you’ve learned in prior PLTW classes and
new applications in the manufacturing environment. The course will survey manufacturing systems and
tools including prototyping, subtractive manufacturing, robotics, and computer aided design and
manufacturing. Regardless of what you do after high school, this course will give you skills that EVERY
employer finds important and that will help shape the most successful version of YOU.
WHAT WE WILL COVER
Unit
1: Computer Modeling
2: CNC Machining
3: Robotics
4: Computer Integrated
Manufacturing
* timing is subject to change, but is offered as a rough guideline
Topics
Inventor review and work, part and surface modeling, mass
properties and analysis, statistical analysis, prototyping
techniques, subtractive and additive methods
History, mills and characteristics, programming, operation,
and related SW tools
Introduction, automation, characteristics, controllers,
programming, end effects, applications
Rationale, types of systems, components, and applications
Timeframe*
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
WHAT YOU NEED
Supplies for CIM
Composition/Engineering notebook – Akins will supply
Quad and Isometric ruled graph paper - go in with friends, print as needed http://www.printablepaper.net/
Calculator or calculator app
Pens, pencils/erasers – PLEASE ALWAYS COME PREPARED
Access to the internet, 2M minimum sized jump drive
Closed toed shoes – I will create a storage place to keep your shoes on hand if you like
Permission slips for any possible field trips and workshop time
A great attitude and hard work
WHAT WE WILL LEARN
ENGINEERING
Problems and Opportunities
Research and Brainstorm
Requirements, Criteria, Constraints, and
Ethics
Model (physical, mathematical, CAD),
prototype, test, evaluate, data collect,
reverse engineer
Decision matrix, priorities, resources
Construct, Build, Mold, Manufacture
Data analysis, modifications, redesign
DESIGN PROCESS
Identifying
Explore
Goal Setting
SKILLS & COMMUNICATION
Curiosity, motivation
Creativity, resourcefulness
Team work, organization
Alternatives
Proposals, debates, documentation,
planning
Select
Implement
Influence, prioritization
Safety, troubleshooting, operating,
machinery, quality control
Project and solution summary and
presentations
Evaluate
HOW WE WILL ACHIEVE IT
Activities
WHAT
Reading and
Assigned reading and research,
Observing
demonstrations , following
written directions
Listening
Lectures and class discussions,
following oral directions
Documentation
Engineering notebook entries,
Microsoft Office applications
Analysis
Collecting, documenting,
analyzing, reporting data
Communication
Oral, written, visual work and
reports
Time management Completing classwork,
homework, and projects on time
Active
Contributing to group work and
participation
class discussion, taking notes,
asking questions
Activities
WHAT
Team Work
Joining, Storming, Norming,
Performing
Computer time
3D modeling software, data
analysis, documentation
Workshop training 3D modeling tools, glue, and
and time
milling machines
TOOLS
Documents, journals, magazines, books, blogs,
technical manuals, twitter, Edmodo
YouTube and Professional Videos, screencasts
Photographs, screen shots, digital files,
sketching, Word
Excel, calculators, graphs, charts
Present ideas, designs and results to open
ended and closed questions and problems
Calendaring, advisory time, tutoring, FIT
Being valuable as an individual contributor and
team member
TOOLS
Roles and responsibilities, peer review,
collaboration tools
Creating, editing, saving, sharing, submitting,
digital files
Safety training, tool operation,
troubleshooting
HOW WE WILL GRADE
Component
Grade
Count
Class
1X
participation
Flip work and
quizzes
Classwork and
homework
1X
1X
Expectation
Due dates and Late Work
Solicited and unsolicited
comments, questions and
answers on a daily basis to in
class lectures and activities
Daily participation will be noted and graded
on a weekly basis.
Prepared for class work and
discussions by completing all
flip work and quiz
preparation
Complete and turned in at
the beginning or end of class
as requested
Teamwork and
peer review
2X
Complete and turned in
and/or presented on due
date
Project reports
and summaries
3X
Tests
3X
Complete and turned in
and/or presented on due
date
Complete and turned in
during class
Grades below 80% will be addressed by
FIT, tutoring, and Saturday school – max
grade 80%
Participation and quiz grades taken on a
daily basis.
Grade below 70% will be addressed by FIT,
tutoring, and Saturday school – max grade
of 70%*
Incomplete work must be completed by
next class meeting for max grade of 70%.
Failure to complete work will result in
morning detentions until complete.*
No incomplete work accepted
Peer reviews indicating failure to provide
contribution will result in guardian
communication and Saturday school.
No late work accepted
Use your time wisely and plan for success!
Remember to study and use the resources I
provide.
Any day missed for an unexcused absence will result in guardian communication and made up in Saturday school.
YOUR RESOURCES
Remind
AISD Cloud
PLTW LMS
Autodesk
Inventor
software &
training
Ms. Ingham
Your classmates
Your FIT
https://edmo.do/j/cfxkus
text @cim15 to 81010
https://my.austinisd.org
Grades, Google drive
https://my.pltw.org
Access after rostering
http://www.autodesk.com/education/free-software/inventor-professional
http://www.lynda.com/AutoCAD-training-tutorials/160-0.html
http://academy.autodesk.com/product-how-to/inventor-tutorials
Tutoring: Wednesday 4:15-5:30, AM with a pass. FIT
Twitter: @debgineering
Akins website: http://goo.gl/h5dAib
Create peer working and discussion groups
Communicate often and be honest, get help!
6 week calendars
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