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Manufacturing, Grade 9 - 12, Introduction to Manufacturing, 2009

1.) Apply safety rules, regulations, and procedures related to manufacturing.

Examples: personal, plant floor, interpretation of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations

2.) Identify types of manufacturing materials, including metallic, polymeric, ceramic, and composites.

3.) Interpret properties of manufacturing materials, including physical, mechanical, chemical, thermal, academic, electrical and magnetic, acoustical, and optical.

4.) Explain thermal, mechanical, and chemical changes in manufacturing materials.

5.) Demonstrate casting and molding processes, including mold preparation and pouring or forcing liquids.

6.) Demonstrate die forming and roll forming of materials.

7.) Explain separating processes for cutting and shearing material.

8.) Explain conditioning processes for thermal, mechanical force, and chemical action.

9.) Demonstrate temporary, permanent, two-part, and multiple-part assembling processes.

10.) Demonstrate finishing processes, including product protection and appearance.

11.) Compare custom, intermittent, and continuous manufacturing systems.

12.) Identify improvements in manufacturing processes, including value adding, non-value adding, control systems, and factors to control.

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