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Mechanical design and Taboos of mechanical design
Original: Original | Author: dgmfmoldclamps | Publish Time: 2020-03-20 | 40499 Views | Share:
Mechanical design and Taboos of mechanical design

design phase

The quality of a machine basically depends on the design quality. The effect of the manufacturing process on machine quality is essentially to achieve the quality specified in the design. Therefore, the design phase of the machine is the key to determining the quality of the machine.

The design process in question refers only to a narrow technical design process. It is a creative work process, and it is also a job to make the most of the existing successful experience. It is necessary to combine inheritance and innovation well in order to design high-quality machines. As a complete machine, it is a complex system. To improve the quality of design, there must be a scientific design process.

Each phase is briefly described below.

(I) Plan

During the planning phase, a full investigation and analysis of the needs of the designed machine should be performed. Through analysis, the functions that the machine should have are further clarified, and the constraints determined by the environment, economy, processing, time limit and other aspects are proposed for future decisions. On this basis, the comprehensive requirements and details of the design task are clearly written, and a design task book is finally formed as a summary of this stage. The design task statement should generally include: the function of the machine, economic and environmental protection estimates, rough estimates of manufacturing requirements, basic use requirements, and the estimated time to complete the design tasks. At this time, these requirements and conditions can generally only give a reasonable range, rather than accurate figures. For example, it can be determined by the requirements that must be achieved, the minimum requirements, and the requirements that are expected to be achieved.