VT logo Computer Aided Design
Laboratory
Help
Search: | Main | About | Hardware | Software | Tutorials | Help | Policies | PACE |
ME 4634 Intro. CAD/CAM |

Lecture Notes

These lecture notes are in Adobe Acrobat PDF (.pdf) format:

3.Wed. Jan. 25, 2017Forming teams
4.Mon. Jan. 30, 2017 (1) History of Computing
(2) History of CAD/CAM
5.Wed. Feb. 1, 2017Introduction to Six Sigma (Part 1)
6.Mon. Feb. 6, 2017Introduction to Six Sigma (Part 2)
7.Wed. Feb. 8, 2017Voice of the Customer (VOC)
8.Mon. Feb. 13, 2017Initial Concept Generation
9.Wed. Wed. 15, 2017Axiomatic Design
10.Fri. Feb. 17, 2017 (1) Concept Design
(2) ACSYNT Conceptual Design
11.Wed. Mar. 1, 2017Solid Modeling and Model-Based Definition
13.Mon. Mar. 13, 2017Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)
16.Mon. Mar. 20, 2017 (1) What is CAD/CAM?
(2) Anatomy of CAD software
18.Mon. Mar. 27, 2017LAN vs WAN; License, file, and application servers
19.Wed. Mar. 29, 2017Lockheed detailed design case study
21.Wed. Apr. 5, 2017Structural Analysis
23.Wed. Apr. 12, 2017Geometric Modeling 1 (algebraic vs geometric)
25.Wed. Apr. 19, 2017Geometric Modeling 2 (spline continuity)
27.Wed. Apr. 26, 2017Geometric Modeling 3 (NURBS)
28.Mon. May 1, 2017Geometric Modeling 4 (surfaces)
29.Wed. May 3, 2017Implementing CAD

Additional lecture note collection:
Lecture Notes (Microsoft PowerPoint: click "Open" when prompted)

Application of Six Sigma to Engineering and Manufacturing (PDF file, 3.6 MBytes)
Presentation on Design for Six Sigma (DFSS), 31 color pages

ACCESS PROBLEMS?

Some of the items on this page are only accessible to students enrolled in this course with a valid and active VT PID and password:

  1. Contact the Virginia Tech Computing Center to activate your VT PID and password.
  2. Contact the Virginia Tech Registrar to enroll in this course.
  3. Contact Prof. Bøhn if you are enrolled and have a VT PID but still cannot access these items.

Access list update: January 25, 2017 at 9:30AM

Revised:   Monday, 01-May-2017 11:37:54 EDT
Location:  http://www.cadlab.vt.edu/ME4634/lectures.html

Valid CSS! Valid HTML 4.01!