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Advanced Manufacturing Techniques

Subject : engineering
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1. A replica is made from the artists original by way of a mould produced using wax and plaster of paris






2. Forcing molten metal under high pressure into a mold cavity






3. Process by which hollow plastic parts are formed






4. Fabrication technique for creating composite material structures (fishing rod - rowing oars)






5. Carried out on an open mould - where both the resin and reinforcements are sprayed directly onto the mould (pleasure boats - swimming pools)






6. A sheet of plastic is heated to a forming temperature - stretched onto or into a single- surface mold - and held against the mould by applying vacuum between the mould surface and the sheet






7. A substance that is applied between two surfaces in order to bond them together






8. The passage through which a liquid material flows into a die - where it solidifies to form parts






9. Fibreglass continuous strand mat and/or other fabrics such as woven roping are manually placed in the mould. each ply is sprayed with catalysed resin and the resin is worked into the fibre with brushes and rollers to wet- out and compact the laminate






10. A type of fastening that is not supposed to be removed. It is only possible to remove such joins by drilling - cutting or grinding the join away






11. Process of creating many hollow items






12. Method of molding material - generally preheated is first placed in an open heated mould cavity (thermosetting plastics)






13. A process of using a two- sided mould set that shapes both surfaces of the panel (large products - top- quality - clean production - low cost - laminated curved furniture)






14. Completely mechanical solid- phase process in which heat generated by friction is used to create the ideal conditions for a high- integrity welded joint between similar or dissimilar metals






15. The process of welding plastic workpieces together






16. Excess material on a moulded par - forming a thin fan where two parts of the mould meet






17. A short length of extruded pipe for use in blow moulding






18. A tool used in the manufacture of parts by moulding - forging - swging or stamping processes






19. The angle of taper - expressed in degrees (usually 5-7) - given to the sides of the forging and the side walls of the die impression






20. The direct introduction of molten plastic under pressure into a die - which then cools rapidly - allowing the formed object to be released from the mould.