Category: Manufacturing Process

“When you want to know how things really work, study them when they’re coming apart.”
- William Gibson
Just In Time Manufacturing: Definition, Concept, Advantages & Disadvantages [With PDF]

Definition of JIT: A corporate system that is designed to produce output within the minimum lead time and at the lowest total cost is the definition of Just In Time Manufacturing (JIT) and it is also known as just-in-time production or the Toyota Production System. Concept of Just In Time Manufacturing: Just in Time Manufacturing […]

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Cutting Tools: Types and Characteristic of Material [With PDF]

As we already know, to perform a certain operation we need different types of cutting tools. Cutting tools can be chosen according to the: Job Material Which type of operation you are going to perform It is used in metal cutting or forming to acquire the desired shape, size, surface finish. Types of Cutting Tools: […]

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Types of Mandrels and Rests Used in Lathe [With PDF]

As we all know, to perform a particular operation in any machine we need to use some attachments, mandrels and rests are one of them. The Mandrels and Rests both are generally used in Lathe machines to perform operations on cylindrical jobs. Mandrels are used for hollow cylindrical jobs, where rests are used for solid […]

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Slotter Machine: Parts, Types, Operations, Mechanism, and Working (With PDF)

A slotter machine is a production machine. This is a very old type of the machine and was invented by BRUNEL. The slotting machine is similar to a verticle shaper. The ram carrying the slotting tool reciprocates in a verticle guide-way of the machine. The Slotting Machine can manufacture flat and contour surfaces, slots. and […]

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CNC Machine: Types, Parts, Advantages, Disadvantages, Applications, and Specifications (With PDF)

As we know machines like lathe, Milling, Drilling the operation are performed manually and there is more involvement of humans to perform and time taking is high average precision and accuracy. So to overcome this problem, the machine manufactured is CNC which is known as Computer Numerically controlled. let's understand in detail and also at […]

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Forging: Definition, Types, Operation, Defects, Advantages, and Disadvantages (With PDF)

Are you looking to know more about Forging? Today we will study the definition, process, types, operation, defects, advantages, disadvantages, and applications of forging. Also at the end of the article, I will give you the link to download the PDF version of this article. Let's begin with the definition of forging: Forging Definition: Forging […]

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Injection Molding: Definition, Parts, Process, Advantages, Disadvantages, and Defects (With PDF)

Hello, viewer Amrit here, today we will learn about an interesting process of manufacturing technology - Injection Molding, today we see the definition, parts of an injection molding machine. And also see the working process of the injection molding machine. At the end of the article also you get a PDF downloadable link of this. […]

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Welding Defects: Types, Causes, and Remedies (With PDF)

Hello, this is Amrit here, in today's article I will talk about the Welding Defects. As we already know welding is a vast topic, there are countless books are written on welding, so imagine how important the topic is! Don't worry I classified welding defects into some basic parts, and it is enough for your […]

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Gas Welding: Definition, Equipment, Flames, Working, Types, Advantages, Disadvantages, Applications [With PDF]

Today we will study Gas Welding: Definition, Equipment, Flames, Working, Types, Advantages, Disadvantages, Applications in detail. Note: At the end of the articles you will find the Download PDF button that you can easily download pdf. Before going to Gas welding let me discuss what is welding? So, welding is defined as a fabrication process that joins materials, […]

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Resistance Welding-Definition, Main Parts, Types, Working Process Diagram, Application, PDF

Resistance welding is one of the oldest of the electric welding process is used by industry today. The weld is made by the combination of the heat, pressure and time.
All resistance welding spot welding, seam welding, projection welding, etc. are worked on the same principle of heat generation due to electric resistance.

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