Mechanical Engineering Production Techniques, Tape 6 (3 Parts)

Synopsis
A series of video programmes on the manufacture of components. The material shows actual (not idealised) practice, giving a realistic impression of both the process and industry. The series assumes no prior knowledge of engineering yet covers techniques which even experienced engineers may not have seen.
1: Injection moulding is mone of the most important mass production techniques used for a wide variety of components.
2: Screw extrusion can be used to produce shapes with a constant cross-section, varying from film to pipes.
3: Illustrates transfer moulding, a form of compression moulding, as used in the electronics industry.
Series
Mechanical Engineering Production Techniques, Series
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. VHS. col. 3 x 5 min. Master: 1 C format.
Year of production
1990
Availability
Sale
Uses
Students in schools, colleges, universities, and industrial trainees.*
Subjects
Engineering
Keywords
engineering skills; extrusion; injection moulding; manufacturing technology; mechanical engineering; moulding; plastics; thermoforming

Credits

Director
Ken Wrench
Producer
Ken Wrench
Writer
J E A Broadbent
Cast
J E A Broadbent 

Sections

Title
Injection moulding 1
Synopsis
1: Injection moulding is mone of the most important mass production techniques used for a wide variety of components.

Title
Extrusion of plastics
Synopsis
2: Screw extrusion can be used to produce shapes with a constant cross-section, varying from film to pipes.

Title
Thermoforming
Synopsis
3: Illustrates transfer moulding, a form of compression moulding, as used in the electronics industry.

Production Company

Name

MUTV

Sponsor

Name

University of Manchester, Department of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)

Distributor

Name

MUTV, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL, Tel 0161-275 2535, Fax 0161-275 2529

Notes
MUTV is the production unit of the University of Manchester Audio Visual Service

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