Congratulations: To Daniel Jordan, CMfgT, our chapter’s newest Certified Manufacturing Engineering Technologist. Daniel took the Fundamentals of Manufacturing Exam in place of the final exam in the MANF305 Computer Aided Manufacturing Course. Now he will be able to take the Certified Manufacturing Engineering exam 2 years after beginning work upon graduation.
2011: First Semester in the New
For a look at student projects completed in the CAM class this fall check out the Laboratory Groups links near the bottom of the syllabus for the course. There is some real nice work in there.
Students taking the CAM course are offered the option to take the Fundamentals of Manufacturing exam leading to certification as a manufacturing technologist. We have 3 new CMfgT’s:
1. Ethan Ananny
2. Patrick Butler
3. Kenny Curran
PAGE ONE: Boston Globe
SME members Kenny Curran, CMfgT (on left) and Alex Schwarzkopf appeared on the front page of the Boston Globe Tuesday, December 6, 2011. Here’s the link to the complete article.
Welcome Back: News from Summer-11
We have 12 new Certified Manufacturing Technologists: CMfgT’s
The next Manufacturing Fundamentals exam date is tentatively set for: Wednesday, November 30. Please consider studying with us to add this prestigious credential (Yourname, CMfgT) while you are still an undergraduate. It will separate you from others when applying for co-op positions now and jobs at graduation. You will also be eligible to take the Certified Manufacturing Engineering Exam (CMfgE) after 2 years of job experience.
Check out the new Manufacturing Center
The Center has all new equipment including:
· 6 ProtoTRAK SMX knee mills, operable both manually or as full 3-axis CNC machines
· TRK DPM CNC bed mill with 2’ Z travel
· 6 TRAK TRL SLX CNC lathes, that can be operated manually, with constant velocity spindles
· ProtoTRAK LPM 20 tool machining center, with a fourth axis spindle
· Feeler VMP580 24 tool 4 axis high speed machining center with a Fanuc-01 controller
· Stratasys Dimensions Desktop FDM prototype printer
· Objet24 Desktop plastic spray type prototype printer
· Z-Corp powder processing prototype printer
· Miller Dynasty portable TIG/stick welder
· Miller Spectrum handheld plasma torch
· 4’x4’ TorchMate CNC plasma table
· Fabrication equipment including: 52” 12ga. hydraulic shear, 45 ton iron worker, vertical and horizontal band saws, brakes, punches and notchers
· A full functioning and refurbished foundry equipped with 9 stations to pour aluminum
From the Spring-11 Semester
Check out the video of Brittany Speroni (BMET-2012)on EASTEC TV She is seen moderating the presentation sessions, and introducing the speakers, as well as being interviewed. Click on the Thursday headlines on the right side, and skip ahead to about 3 minutes into the interview.
A dozen SME student members attended SME’s largest event on the East Coast: the EASTEC Machine Tool show.
Robotics Contest Medal Winners
Please take a moment to congratulate:
· Mackenzie Higgens
· Mark Horn
· Trent Joubert-Clements
· Mark Piontkowski
· Alexander Schwarzkopf
These SME standout students took the silver and bronze in their category at the SME Education Foundation National Robotics Competition in Marion Ohio.
From Left: Trent, Mark P., Pete, Alex, Mark H., and Mackenzie. The team Joubert-Clements, Piontkowski machine is shown on the left, and the Team Higgens, Horn, Schwarzkopf machine on the right.
The trip to Tyco was a huge success. Thanks again to Bob Vozzella for showing us around. You really have to check out the tour pictures
Vans will leave Wentworth early Saturday morning, sometime around 6am, and return to Wentworth in the early evening. It is a cost of $35.00 per person including the boat, all necessary fishing equipment, and vans. Checks payable to 'Wentworth' will begin to be collected at 2:00pm, next Tuesday, 2/19, at the SME meeting in the Automated Manufacturing Laboratory, Rubenstein 101. You must fill out waiver a form (linked below) and bring that with you to the meeting with a check to reserve a spot. If you are not able to make the meeting but want to attend the event please contact myself at email@example.com or Chris Lochner at firstname.lastname@example.org to setup a time to meet. The boat will fill on a first come first serve basis. There is much interest in this event and the boat will fill, so I encourage everyone that wants to go to attend the meeting this Tuesday with check and waiver form in hand.
I hope to see you all there.
Chris Scully, CMfgT
We will meet at LSI in Westford, enjoy some light refreshments graciously offered by LSI, then tour the facility and see laser processing in action. Afterwards, we will move to a local restaurant for dinner for those who are so inclined.
LSI is easy to get to at 123 Oak Hill Road, Westford, MA
Factory Five Racing, April, 2006
Check out the pictures and burn-out video from our tour of Factory Five in Wareham, MA
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