"Introduction to CAD and CAM for Machining" provides a foundational overview of CAD and CAM systems and how they are used in CNC machining operations. While CAD greatly streamlines the process of part design, CAM ensures successful production by converting the part design into precise machine movements. This class describes CAD design methods, including the different types of part drawings and modeling, and the CAM data conversion process, including how toolpaths and movements are plotted based on design data. Without CAD and CAM, most modern CNC machining would not be possible. They are the first step in CNC part creation, and their correct execution is necessary for a successful part creation process. Understanding how CAD and CAM are used in the CNC process is an essential building block to understanding how successful cutting operations are carried out on CNC machines.
- Define CAD and CAM for machining
- Describe the basic CAD/CAM process
- Describe data storage for CAD and CAM
- Describe how CAD part designs are input or created
- Identify 2D and 3D CAD part models
- Describe CAD part testing and analysis
- Identify the elements and functions of CAD documentation
- Describe how CAM converts part geometry into toolpaths
- Describe post-processing
- Describe standards for CAD/CAM data
- Describe the purpose of international standards for CAD/CAM data
- Describe process planning
- Identify how CAD/CAM has improved manufacturing.
- Recommended for all manufacturing personnel operating CNC machines.
Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, CAD/CAM Basics, CNC Machining, Process Planning
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