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ME SHOP Processes II

ME SHOP INSTRUCTIONS

ME SHOP SAMPLE TIME TABLE

DATE

GROUP

PROJ 1

PROJ 2

PROJ 3

PROJ 4

PROJ 5

PROJ6

 

1

CENTER

         

PUNCH

 

2

KEY

         

/KEYWAY

 

3

BLANK

         

GEAR

 

4

GEAR

         
 

5

WELDING

         
 

6

DUSTPAN

         

Note:

The Professor reserves the right to change the project depending on availability of machine and raw materials.

There is a Project Plan Report every completion of each project to be submitted the same day. Refer to the Machine Shop Project Plan Sheet Guide. All PROJECT PLAN SHOULD BE MANUALLY WRITTEN on a plain short bond paper.

MACHINE SHOP PROJECT PLAN

PROJECT PLAN SHEET GUIDE

Directions to Students

This project plan is designed to serve the student’s needs prior to project making. It enables them to purposeful planning of projects he desires to make.

Hence, these directions should be read first, so that it meets the specific objective. Below are the main items in which a student should accomplish.

1. NAME OF PROJECTS: Write down the exact name of the project you intend to make. Consult your instructor if you are in doubt of specific name of the project. Students without knowing what he is doing is just like holding a book without knowing its title.

2. PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT: Every project to be made has its definite purpose. State briefly the reason why you will make the project. This is one of the most important item. Have a complete visualization of any article you wish to make so as to know its usefulness.

3. SKETCH OR WORKING DRAWING: When you see an actual project or have a mental picture of an object, make a freehand sketch of a project or mechanical working drawing with DIMENSIONS and all important constructional details. Have your sketch or working drawing be approved by your instructor. The acceptance of this project on the part of the instructor indicates that you have the responsibility for its completion. Any change from the original specifications must be with the knowledge of the instructor. This serve as your guide in making the project to save time, effort, and waste of materials. Use a pencil in making your drawing so that it is easy to make corrections.

4. BILL OF MATERIALS: This item should be carefully done because it specifies definitely the materials required. After making a sketch or working drawing, you may now determine the materials, hardware, finishing materials and others for use in any project you would make. Thus, you will estimate how much you will spend thereof. ONLY CONSUMABLE MATERIALS are written here.

5. TOOLS

NEEDED:

In

every

operation

or

step

in

making

of

project, YOU SHOULD KNOW the definite tools and machines for the purpose, so that before working you will be able to prepare in advance the tools and machines needed.

6. PROCEDURE:

This is suggestive in nature. However, important operations should be written down in order in which they are to be performed. This should be done before attempting to make a project. This will guide you in a systematic way of doing such operation.

7. JUDGING: Every student must evaluate his project finished. For this reason, you will be able to weigh the quality or deficiencies of your work. Thus, you should improve it for the next time in making another kind of project.

Computing the number of hours spent should be the definite time on actual work performed. No extension or make-up time will be given. GOOD LUCK IN YOUR PROJECT !!!!!!

PROJECT PLAN SHEET

GROUP SECRETARY-IN-CHARGE :

COURSE/YEAR &

DATE PROJECT PLAN OR REPORT WAS MADE IN THE ME SHOP :

DATE OF PROJECT PLAN WAS SUBMITTED :

I. NAME OF PROJECT :

PROJECT NO. :

II. PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT : (Write your OWN purpose, bulleted)

III. SKETCH OR WORKING DRAWING : (How does YOUR Project LOOK like? Your finish project.) (MANUALLY DRAW) (NOT COMPUTER PRINTED, NOT PHOTOCOPIED or a.k.a., NO Zerox !)

SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER

IV. BILL OF MATERIALS : (List of Materials I need for my project)(Consumables only)

QUANTITY

NAME OF MATERIALS

DESCRIPTION

UNIT COST

TOTAL COST

QUANTITY NAME OF MATERIALS DESCRIPTION UNIT COST TOTAL COST List of machine, tools and other assistive

List of machine, tools and other assistive devices borrowed fromthe shop

V. PROCEDURE : (Detailed step by step on How I will make my project)

STEP NO.

OPERATIONS

(HOW I WILL DO, use verbs)

Step 1 Step 2 and so on………

Tools and/or Machines used

VI. JUDGING : ( How Good is my/your Project? )(Subject to Instructors FINAL judgment !)

Points for Evaluation

1. Measurements

2. Workmanship

3. Finishing

4. Speed Working time

5. Cleanliness & Attendance

Instructor’s

final judgement

TOTAL :

/5

/5

RATING :

OTHERS :

1. DATE PROJECT STARTED ……………………………………….………

……………………………….………

3. TOTAL NO. OF HOURS ACTUALLY SPENT in ME SHOP …………….

2. DATE PROJECT COMPLETED …

Group Members :

Name Each Job Assignment SIGNATURE
Name
Each Job Assignment
SIGNATURE

Note: ALWAYS FOLLOW THE PROJECT PLAN FORMAT.

SHOP INSTRUCTIONS

Attention: ME SHOP

STUDENTS

ROOM:

From

: Professor ANG

Subject

: ME SHOP Info Requirements, Seat Work and Written

Reports

Date

:

A. For student requirements information,

1. Accomplished the Student Info Sheet.

2. Attached your Certificate of Matriculation. I will sign and return it.

3. Grouped yourselves into five (5) members (more or less) and write it on a one-fourth (1/4) sheet of paper.

B. For your individual seat work (Physical Study of the Machines) TODAY! To submit TODAY,

1. In one whole sheet of bond paper (8.5” x 11”), manually draw the ME Machine Shop Equipment Block Layout indicating the following:

a. Room or section;

b. Brand name and Type (lathe, milling, shaper etc) of machine;

c. Power rating KW or HP and

d. Speed rating in RPM

2. Indicate also the capability of the specific machine, whether it is manual, semi-automatic or fully automatic.

3. Beware that during the first meeting (today), I am not authorizing you to operate or tinker, ONLY LOOK for these equipments, devices nor machines inside the ME Shop.

All accomplishments (student info and seatwork) should be submitted to your professor TODAY.

C. For your Midterm Report (usually third week of the quarterm), NO COMPUTERIZED PRINT. ANY ATTEMPT OR CHEAT in computer printing LOW to failing GRADE.

1. Research, manually draw, label each part and discuss all the features, functions and safety requirements to be followed before operating the following shop machines and its devices:

a. Metal Lathe

b. Shaper

c. Milling

d. Drill Press

e. Power Hack Saw

f. Electric Arc Welding

g. Wood Lathe

2. Use our very own machines inside the ME SHOP. For your reference text use any Mechanical TechnologyBOOK found in the library.

3. All reports (Seatwork, Midterm, Final and including the Project Plan) should be manually WRITTEN. (NOT COMPUTERIZED !!)

4. Put your Midterm Report on bond paper, no border line (8.5” x 11”) with title page indicating the following (in order):

a. Name of the Institute, School and Department

b. Title of the Prelim Report “

MACHINES IN OUR ME

SHOP

c. Name of the student, student number, course and year

d. Date of submission

e. Name of your Professor

5. There is a MINIMUM of two (2) pages (low grade) per machine, but no maximum will be imposed as long as you can vividly illustrate the machine itself.

6. To be submitted midterm meeting. (Penalty or LOW grade for Late Submission)

7. Submit your written report to your Professor.

D. For your Final Report, also Manually done. NO ANY COMPUTER print out will be accepted !

1. Manually

draw,

put

the

actual

dimensions

and discuss all

the

procedures, tools and equipment used in working on your projects:

a. Center Punch

b. Key/ Keyway

c. Blank Gear

d. Spur and Bevel Gear

e. T-joint

f. Dustpan

g. Additional projects

2. All reports (Prelim, Final and including the Project Plan) should be manually done.

3. Put your Final Report on bond paper, no border line (8.5” x 11”) with title page indicating the following (in order):

a. Name of the Institute, School and Department

b. Title of the Final Report “ PROJECTS IN OUR ME SHOP

c. Name of the student, student number, course and year

d. Date of submission

e. Name of your Professor

4. There is a minimum of two (2) pages per project, but no maximum will be imposed as long as you can vividly illustrate the project itself.

5. To be submitted one week before final exam date. (Penalty for Late Submission)

6. Include all compiled or returned project plans in submitting your final report.

7. Submit your written report to your Professor.

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Attention: ME SHOP

STUDENTS

ROOM:

From

: Prof. Edward ANG

Subject

: ME SHOP Group Work

Date

:

A. For your Group Work (some routine procedures during shop work),

1. Secure a borrower’s slip for each designated group from the Shop Assistant.

2. Fill-in the Group Number, Section and Date today.

3. Fill-in the individual name and your signature (no substitute signature).

4. In the tools to be borrowed, write the following tools:

a. Face shield or goggles

b. Hand gloves (if available)

c. Try square

d. Hack saw

e. Cross cut saw

5. Return the accomplished borrower’s slip and secure the tools.

6. Kindly inspect for any defects, dullness, cracks or nicks on any tools you borrowed. You are responsible for any breakage or even its loss during use. It is imperative to “inspect first for any defects before using it!”.

7. Discuss among your group members for job delegation. Remember this is a team effort not individual work!

8. Mark the following specified length and clean cut using the appropriate tool and strict observance of safe cutting procedures on the following items:

Name of work piece

Area size

Specified length

Cutting tool

1.Plain round steel bar

1” diameter

4.25 inches

Hack saw

2.Plain round steel bar

1” diameter

16.60 cms

Hack saw

3.Wood Block

3” x 3” (W x H)

8 inches

Cross cut saw

9. After accomplishing all of the above, bind (use a masking tape) together all your cut workpiece and write your subject, section and group number for easy retrieval.

10. Return all the tools and work piece to the Shop assistant.

11. The Shop assistant will “check you out” by calling your name and checking your Identification Card to see if you are still present and have not “escape” before dismissing you. They are deputized to report all incidents that happened during the shop class, including those who “escape” or did not participate during the shop class.

12. Your cooperation is mandatory.

13. Clean your work space before you leave. Cleaning is part of the procedure. Also write WHO cleaned the work space.

Next Week, bring extra t-shirt, rags, soap and band aid (just in case). I will meet you and will buckle down to shop work!

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