“Production Technology” is a compulsory lecture for students of mechanical and process engineering as well as industrial engineering. It is also offered to students of educational degrees at vocational schools with an industrial and technical focus.
The lecture covers production technologies like primary shaping and forming.
The primary contents are:
- Boundary conditions and aims of the production technology
- Fundamentals and processes of primary shaping technologies
- Fundamentals and processes of forming technologies
- Examples from real life production
Semester hours per week
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. P. Groche
Simon Biffar, M. Sc.
Philipp Gehringer M. Sc.
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The examination “Technology of Manufacturing Processes” in the winter semester 20/21 will take place on Tuesday, 23.03.2021 from 16:00-19:00.
Except for writing utilities no further aid is allowed.
Please bring along your student pass and a photo ID.
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A prior registration is mandatory.
Therefore, registration lists will be provided after the correction. The exact date and location will be announced in a timely manner after the correction.
The lists will show the corresponding times for each date. Please note your chosen date and time. The lists won’t be published. There won’t be any extra dates.
If you are prevented by a severe reason, it is possible to name a fellow student to represent you. Either way, you have to register yourself. For the representation, it is necessary to personally sign a power of attorney for your fellow student, which includes the full name of your representative and your approval that he is allowed to see your exam.
Please be on time.
1. Introduction to Manufacturing Technology
2. Factory Operation
3. Original Forms
3.1 Casting Processes
3.3 Generative Processes
4.1 Basics of Metal Forming
4.2 Massive Forming
4.3 Sheet Metal Forming
3.4 Special Processes
3.5 Forming Machines