1.1 produce a working drawing for subsequent manufacture

Unit 19: Computer-aided Design and Manufacture Unit code: M/601/1556

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Learning outcomes

On successful completion of

this unit a learner will:

Assessment criteria for pass

The learner can:

 

LO1 Be able to produce a

component drawing

suitable for transfer onto a

CAM system and produce a

simple 3D surface

 

1.1 produce a working drawing for subsequent manufacture

1.2 demonstrate the significance of drawing attributes for

CAD/CAM with specific reference to profile data and

parts listing

1.3 produce a variety of geometrical shapes from datum in 3

dimensional space

 

LO2 Be able to transfer data

generated in CAD to a CAM

system for subsequent

machining

 

2.1 demonstrate the significance of structured data within a

CAD/CAM system

2.2 create a DXF (data exchange file) from a standard

drawing file

2.3 produce geometry within a CAM system through the use

of a DXF file

 

LO3 Be able to simulate the

cutter paths on a CAM

system to optimise the

machining sequences

 

3.1 generate cutter paths on a component profile through

the use of suitable CAM software

3.2 demonstrate how to obtain optimum cutting

performances by modifying generated cutter paths

 

LO4 Understand how to transfer

a generated tape file to a

CNC machine and produce

the component

 

4.1 evaluate common methods of data transfer

4.2 explain the process for inputting a program processed

from CAM software to a CNC machine

4.3 justify the method used for producing a component on a

suitable CNC machine.

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