'Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design.'

Charles Eames

'To design is to communicate clearly by whatever means you can control or master.'
Milton Glaser

Unit 44 - Fabrocation and manufacturing processes

It is important that engineers have an appreciation of the materials and processes involved in manufacturing sheet metal products, and are capable of creating solutions to engineering-based problems. 

 

During this unit will cover the main stages of manufacturing a sheet metal product: preparation, cutting out blank components, forming up the components and joining them into an assembled product.

 

You will learn the safe use of a range of industrial hand tools, machinery and other equipment associated with fabrication processes. You will apply this knowledge in the manufacture of a sheet product of a portable wood-burning stove. 

 

Unit 44 Learning Aim A
UNIT 44 Learning Aim A Assignment Brief.[...]
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Examplar of student work for LA A:

Case Studies to help with LA A

A Case Study of Sustainable Manufacturin[...]
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CISL_Closed_Loop_Case-Study_web.pdf
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cowl-for-rolls-royce.pdf
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Sustainable sheet aluminium.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.5 MB]
Reducing Fabrication Costs For Better RO[...]
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Unit 44 Learning Aim B&C
UNIT 44 Learning Aim B_C Assignment Brie[...]
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BLANK Classroom RA.doc
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Production drawing for wood burner manufacture:

Evidence of manufacturing a woodburner:

Unit 44 Learning Aim D
UNIT 44 Learning Aim D Assignment Brief [...]
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