Chapter 14: Manufacturing Engineering | Test Your Knowledge
What level of education is required to become a manufacturing engineer?
The drilling process is
used to gather _____.
A. natural gas
What are the two types of mining?
Which type of harvesting leaves a certain amount of large trees per acre so the forest will regenerate naturally?
B. Selective cutting.
C. Seed tree cutting.
Trees being cut into lumber is an example of _____ processing.
D. standard stock
Which of the following processes changes the shape of materials through compression, bending, or stretching?
B. Casting and molding.
The most common _____ technique is welding.
_____ manufacturing is used to produce a single product or a small number of products.
Small batches of parts move together through a factory in _____ manufacturing.
_____ manufacturing produces the highest number of parts at the lowest cost in plants that are specifically designed to produce these parts.
What is the difference between jigs and fixtures?
_____ layout is commonly used for continuous manufacturing.
What are the pros and cons of just-in-time (JIT) material delivery systems?
What are the three resources that must be controlled in order to control costs?
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