Introduction: Manufacturing Processes
Learn about the applications and mechanisms of different manufacturing processes from this free online course.
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There are multiple types of processes that manufacturers can use to aid in the manufacturing of a product. Introduction to Manufacturing Processes is a free online course that will teach you about the fundamental approaches of manufacturing. This course illustrates the relevance of manufacturing processes, materials, and procedures in developing a product that provides the desired service or experience.
This course begins by introducing you to the main purpose of manufacturing goods. You will learn about the different processes needed to achieve the desired features of a product. You will learn about the effects of manufacturing processes on the mechanical properties of materials, as well as the advantages and limitations of manufacturing processes. Lastly, you will learn about the break-even analysis in manufacturing processes.
This free online course will give you an in-depth understanding of the different processes involved in the manufacturing of goods. You will learn the importance of achieving the desired size, shape, and properties of a product. This course will be of great help for individuals with an interest in manufacturing. Start this free course today and improve your knowledge of successful manufacturing processes.Start Course Now
Introduction to Manufacturing
Introduction to Manufacturing - Learning Outcomes
Fundamental Approaches of Manufacturing
Manufacturing Processes - Specific Advantages and Limitations
Materials and Manufacturing Processes
Classification of Manufacturing Processes
Introduction to Manufacturing - Lesson Summary
Manufacturing Processes - Learning Outcomes
Selection of Manufacturing Processes
Applications of Manufacturing Processes
Effects of Manufacturing Processes on Mechanical Properties
Break-Even Analysis in Manufacturing Processes
Manufacturing Processes - Lesson Summary
Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
- Analyze different factors involved in classifying manufacturing processes
- Recognize various applications of manufacturing processes
- Discuss the advantages and limitations of manufacturing processes.
- Explain the purpose of manufacturing goods.
- Define break-even analysis in manufacturing processes.
- Describe the effect of manufacturing processes on mechanical properties.
- Explain the two categories which are associated with the selection of the manufacturing process
- Describe conventional machining and unconventional machining methods on manufacturing a product
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