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Machine Shop 101

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S: Machine Shop 101 The Organizers

BC: GSMST Engineering

FC: Machine Shop 101 | Zohra Ryan Colin Danielle | We think... | The Organizers present

1: GSMST Engineering Mr. Brown (Dr. Slack) 5th period

3: Organization

4: What Did We See? | As we observed the room, we found some things that could be better... ~Lots of space was not being used ~Materials could not be found as quick as they should ~Tables were a mess ~We could not find many things ~The organization of the room was becoming a safety hazard

5: Why Us? | Over the past few years, we have learned various skills that can assist us in achieving our goal with the machine shop. Some of the techniques we have learned that qualify us to expand on this project: ~Successfully creating models in Inventor, AutoCad, and other 3D modeling software. ~While building, designing, and organizing, investigating if the structure/procedure is stable, sustainable, and appropriate ~While conducting projects, time management, organization, and other important skills

6: Current organization picture

7: ~Not all space is being used like it should be ~Its hard to find materials when they are needed ~Materials are not in place ~Some organization brings hazards to the room ~The chairs bring hazards to students if they are rolling around the room | Current Organization

9: ~more space is being used ~plexiglass organizes the room into a machine area and a working area ~use of side walls makes more space for smaller objects ~unneeded objects are taken out ~its safer - all the machine work takes place in a designated area, while those who are not working with the machines are safely on the other side of the wall. | Our Organization

10: Tackle box | -Unorganized and inefficient -Pieces everywhere -Can easily be misplaced or lost | Current Setup | Future Setup | -Tackle box in each drawer -Numbers beneath box sections with tool names beneath numbers Ex: 23/(flathead screwdriver) -Tools labeled with numbers -Organized

11: Problem: Batteries have been found out in the open (subject to damage), and usually they have no specific place for storage. | Solution: a battery corner shelf as a secure place for battery containment. | Shelfing

12: The Wall: 1/8" Impact Resistant Polycarbonate - $481.20 7/16" OSB - $92.04 (McMaster Carr and Home Depot, respectively) | The lower half, and upper buffer of the wall are made of OSB, mostly to keep costs down, but also for aesthetic reasons. | Shelves: We can make shelves out of the scraps currently sitting in the room but if more is needed, the price is about $20 each. | Scrap Hoppers: These three hoppers will cost $559.05 and will be used to organize scraps into metal, wood, and plastic. (Mc Master Carr) | Tackle Boxes: This is for organization of the supply cabinets and toolboxes. Each one would cost about $2.69 each and about 10 in total

13: How much would all this cost? | We are not planning to add too many things to this room but the new organization items we are bringing have been decided to be the most useful. | Bottom Line: $1,160.00 (approx.)

14: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11

15: 1. CNC Router 2. Chop Saw 3. Miter Saw (Metal Cutting) 4. Scroll Saw 5. Wood Lathe 6. Bench Press 7. Drill Press 8. Miter Saw 9. Sander 10.Mill 11.Metal Lathe | What Machines do we have?

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  • By: Zohra A.
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About This Mixbook

  • Title: Machine Shop 101
  • Orginazation of the machine shop at GSMST
  • Tags: engineering
  • Published: about 6 years ago