ME 270 - Design for Manufacturability

Spring 2021

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Design for ManufacturabilityME270AB163246OLB01300 - 1450 M    Chi-Ting Lee
Nattasit Dancholvichit
Design for ManufacturabilityME270AB263247OLB01500 - 1650 M    Andrew Shiang
Nattasit Dancholvichit
Design for ManufacturabilityME270AB363250OLB01100 - 1250 T    Fereshteh Alsadat Sabet
Gorkem Gengor
Design for ManufacturabilityME270AB463251OLB01300 - 1450 T    Fereshteh Alsadat Sabet
Andrew Shiang
Design for ManufacturabilityME270AB563252OLB01700 - 1850 T    Nattasit Dancholvichit
Charul Chadha
Design for ManufacturabilityME270AB663254OLB01200 - 1350 W    Charul Chadha
Gorkem Gengor
Design for ManufacturabilityME270AB763255OLB01400 - 1550 W    Fereshteh Alsadat Sabet
Andrew Shiang
Design for ManufacturabilityME270AB863256OLB01600 - 1750 W    Charul Chadha
Fereshteh Alsadat Sabet
Design for ManufacturabilityME270ABA63258OLB01000 - 1150 R    Chi-Ting Lee
Charul Chadha
Design for ManufacturabilityME270ABB63259OLB01200 - 1350 R    Gorkem Gengor
Chi-Ting Lee
Design for ManufacturabilityME270AL163243OLC31500 - 1550 T R     Bruce Flachsbart
Leon Liebenberg
Design for ManufacturabilityTAM270AB168580OLB01300 - 1450 M    Chi-Ting Lee
Nattasit Dancholvichit
Design for ManufacturabilityTAM270AB268581OLB01500 - 1650 M    Andrew Shiang
Nattasit Dancholvichit
Design for ManufacturabilityTAM270AB368583OLB01100 - 1250 T    Fereshteh Alsadat Sabet
Gorkem Gengor
Design for ManufacturabilityTAM270AB468584OLB01300 - 1450 T    Fereshteh Alsadat Sabet
Andrew Shiang
Design for ManufacturabilityTAM270AB568585OLB01700 - 1850 T    Nattasit Dancholvichit
Charul Chadha
Design for ManufacturabilityTAM270AB668587OLB01200 - 1350 W    Charul Chadha
Gorkem Gengor
Design for ManufacturabilityTAM270AB768588OLB01400 - 1550 W    Fereshteh Alsadat Sabet
Andrew Shiang
Design for ManufacturabilityTAM270AB868589OLB01600 - 1750 W    Charul Chadha
Fereshteh Alsadat Sabet
Design for ManufacturabilityTAM270ABA68591OLB01000 - 1150 R    Chi-Ting Lee
Charul Chadha
Design for ManufacturabilityTAM270ABB68592OLB01200 - 1350 R    Gorkem Gengor
Chi-Ting Lee
Design for ManufacturabilityTAM270AL168578OLC31500 - 1550 T R     Bruce Flachsbart
Leon Liebenberg

Official Description

Introduction to DFM methodologies and tools; material selection (new and traditional materials); designing for primary manufacturing processes (cutting fundamentals, casting, forming, and shaping); designing with plastics (snap-fits, integral hinges, etc.); design for assembly (DFA); geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T). Course Information: Same as TAM 270. Prerequisite: ME 170. ME and EM majors only.

Detailed Course Description

Introduction to DFM methodologies and tools; material selection (new and traditional materials); designing for primary manufacturing processes (cutting fundamentals, casting, forming, and shaping); designing with plastics (snap-fits, integral hinges, etc.); design for assembly (DFA); Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T). Prerequisite: ME 170. 3 undergraduate hours.

DFM methodologies and tools:

1. DFM overview/strategy

2. Quality function deployment (QFD)

3. Concept Selection

4. Product Design Specification

5. Design for assembly (DFA)

6. Design for Economic Manufacture (material removal, casting, forming, & shaping)

7. Designing with plastics (snap-fits, integral hinges, etc.)

8. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T)

9. Selection of materials (life-cycle economics)

Laboratory Projects:

1. Introduction to machine tools (in machine shop)

2. Injection Molding

3. CNC Machining

4. Sand Casting

5. Rapid Prototyping

6. Water Jet Cutting

7. Design of Experiments

8. Inspection/metrology (CMM/GD&T)

DFM Team Design Project:

Students will work in teams of 3 throughout the semester to design and build a functional prototype of a small mechanical or electro-mechanical product with your partner. The product should be of their own design and have something new or different about it; innovation will be a portion of the grade. It does not have to define a new problem; it can also provide a novel and/or economic solution to an existing problem. For example: an electromechanical toothbrush designed for use by disabled or motion-impaired, a garden hose attachment that automatically washes your car while you sleep, a shoe cleaning attachment for a vacuum cleaner, shoes that transform into a skate board……

ME: Required.

EM: TAM 270 required instead.

Last updated

9/26/2018