|Grade, Semester||Year 3 1st semest [Department of Mechanical and Precision System, Faculty of Science and Engineering]|
|Category||Basic Major Subjects|
|Elective, Credits||Elective Requisites 2credit|
Main topics are as follows:
・Definition and significance of the precision machining
・Classification of the precision machining
・Principle of the cutting process
・Typical precision cutting methods（Lathe, Milling, Drilling, etc.）
・Principle of the abrasive process
・Typical precision abrasive processes（Grinding, Polishing, ELID, etc.）
・Machine tools and their elements
・Micro machining and Ultra precision machining
・Environmental issues and measures
・Recent topics about the precision machining
*It is required that students have knowledge about typical material properties and fundamentals of the mechanics of materials, before lesson starts.
An introduction of the principle of the precision cutting and abrasive processes. Topics include machine equipments, measurement systems, environmental issues and recent progresses of this field.
Final grade will be calculated according to following, presentation of the group discussion (50%) and final examination (50%). To pass, students must earn at least 60 points out of 100.
|Textbook||Original handouts for the lecture|
|References||精密工作法 (Precision Machining, in Japanese), First volume||S. TANAKA, H. TSUWA, N. IGAWA||Kyoritsu shuppan|
Other references will be introduced in the class.
This course will be taught in Japanese.
|1||Guidance, Purpose,classification and ability of the precision machining|
|2||Principal of the cutting process, Chip flow mechanism|
|4||Cutting temperature, Mechanism of the surface generation|
|5||Cutting tools and their wear|
|6||Vibration in the cutting process, Lubrication|
|7||Structure and elements of the machine tool|
|8||Machine tools for normal or precision cuttings|
|9||Abrasives, Grinding stones|
|10||Gringing force and temperature|
|11||Wear on the grinding stone and surface finish of the material|
|12||Polishing, and typical abrasive or grinding processes and their machine tools|
|13||Group work #1: Group discussion|
|14||Group work #2: Presentation|
|15||Summarize, Final test|