Why Do You Have To Go To The Workshop To Make Bearings

Going to the workshop is actually an inevitable stage that a bearing person cannot circumvent. As a mechanical student, we often hear teachers and predecessors say: You must go to the workshop more. Mature and progressive.Why should we go to the workshop, what should we do?


The first is the machining workshop. What are the things you need to learn about machining?

1.Familiar with the processing capacity and processing scope of various processing equipment

The equipment we usually see in ordinary workshops such as lathes, milling machines, planers, grinders, boring machines, drilling machines, laser cutting, wire cutting, etc. What process are they used to process, and how much can their processing accuracy be achieved?

What is the state of the art of these devices (which can be easily learned from the Internet), what is the state and level of your factory, what is the state and level of this industry in your city , These are very useful for your future product design.


2.Familiar with product processing technology

For example, how the processing procedures are arranged, what tools and fixtures are needed for each process, and how the processing parameters of the equipment are adjusted.

Whether the machining accuracy is consistent with the drawings, how to check whether the processed workpiece is qualified, what kind of inspection tool to use for inspection, etc. These questions need to be accumulated. This is also the basis and common sense for you to do design in the future.


3.Learn how to operate processing equipment

Although you don't need to be very proficient, you must know how this thing operates and think about how the structure of these devices is handled.

If you are designing these devices, how would you deal with them, is there a better structure and processing method than now, in the process of using the device, discover the deficiencies and advantages of the device, and then absorb and transform it into your own ability.

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4.Learn to make mistakes

A person will make all kinds of mistakes in his career, and reflection on these mistakes is the cornerstone of progress, but making mistakes requires costs, who will pay for these costs for you, the workshop is the hapless ghost, why Make mistakes from the workshop, because the cost of making mistakes from the workshop is the lowest.

If you make mistakes from the beginning of R & D, you will find that the cost is extremely high, because many R & D errors will not be discovered until the equipment is assembled and commissioned. At this time, most of the costs have been invested, and the workshop is different. Just make a mistake in the process, and many times, this kind of mistake is saved, even if it is not saved, the cost is not too high, it is still acceptable.


5.Learn to communicate with others

Most worker masters have natural kindness and rational communication. They may be rude and straightforward, but as long as you treat each other sincerely, you can quickly integrate into a new social environment.

However, the innocence and courage that came with us from the student era will be somewhat worn away by the relentless reality, and many skilled workers will deliberately embarrass the newly graduated students to some degree in technical difficulties.

This may be a common problem for technical people. I always want to find an opportunity to show off my abilities. It is also an opportunity to express myself. Moreover, it is also a very happy thing to be able to stump a so-called "arrogant man of heaven". , At least for them.


6.Nurture your professional attitude

Work in the workshop is not a big deal. For new college students, it is inevitable to start drinking tea and mopping the floor. In fact, this is also a method of testing personal attitudes. Only when you are competent for small things Opportunities for big things, so every small task is a ladder that leads you to a higher destination. Before you have the ability and opportunity to do big things, learn how to accomplish those little things first.

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