Course code MašZ3035

Credit points 2

Basics in MasterCAM System

Total Hours in Course32

Number of hours for lectures12

Number of hours for seminars and practical classes20

Date of course confirmation27.02.2018

Responsible UnitMotor Vehicle Institute

Course developer

author Spēkratu institūts

Mārtiņš Ziemelis

Master's study programme(līm.)

Prior knowledge

MašZ4043, Computer Aided Design

MatZ3062, Wood Processing Technologies and Design I

MatZ3063, Wood Processing Technologies and Design II

MatZ4012, Material Science (Construction Materials)

Course abstract

During the study course students get acquainted with the CAM system, prepare the program files for the mechanical processing. Students learn modeling of cutting processes and engineer processing path of cutting tool.

Learning outcomes and their assessment

• Knowledge. students know graphical analysis and display of it. Understand creation of idea sketches, preparation of detailed drawings-plans, drawings, visualization of three-dimensional objects
• Skills. Students acquire the skills to independently use functions of MasterCAM software and the ability to create a CNC machine tool control program for the details manufacturing process.
• Kompetence. Ability to understand the specifics of different manufacturers and the designing complexity levels of the serial products, to know the necessary machine tools, devices, tools and equipment.

Compulsory reading

1. Avotiņš J.. Metālapstrāde. Jelgava: LLU, 2009. 400 lpp.
2. Haas, Mill Operator's Manual, 96 - 8000 Rev AF, 2010. - 284 p. [tiešsaiste] [skatīts 30.01.2018.] Pieejams: http://www.kfilipowicz.zut.edu.pl/Programowanie/HAAS_VMC_mannual.pdf
3. Avotiņš J. Metālapstrāde: kursa darbs "Tehnoloģisko procesu izstrāde": metodiskie norādījumi. Jelgava: LLU, 2005. 90 lpp.
4. Krizbergs J. Datorizētā projektēšana (CAM). Rīga: RTU, 2006. 270 lpp.

Further reading

1. Peter Smid. CNC programming Handbook. America, New York, NY 10018, 2003. 508 p.
2. Urbahs A., Smirnovs A. CAM tehnoloģijas transportmašīnbūvē. Rīga: RTU, 2009. 108 lpp.