Technology of Manufacturing Processes (TdF)

The lecture “Technology of Manufacturing Processes” is a compulsory lecture for students of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering. Furthermore, the lecture is offered for the study for the teaching profession at vocational schools of industrial-technical subjects.

Event type Lecture (bachelor´s degree)
Lecturer Prof. Dr.-Ing. M. Weigold
Mentoring assistant Christopher Krebs M. Sc.
Offering cycle
Semester hours per week
Credit points
winter semester
Time and place Note Due to the Corona Pandemic, the lecture will be online. Further information can be found on Moodle
Aims The aim of the lecture is to give the prospective engineer a basic understanding of the various manufacturing processes and their physical principles.

The lecture should enable the prospective engineer to select the manufacturing process that is optimal in terms of cost, quality and, above all, function.
  • Structure of the manufacturing processes
  • Master forming
  • Forming
  • Manufacturing processes (milling, turning, grinding, …)
  • Joining (welding, laser welding, assembling, …)
  • Coating
  • Change material properties
  • Plastics processing
  • Electronics manufacturing
Literature Lecture notes TdF
König, W.: Manufacturing Processes Volume 1 – 5
Lecture notes Sold in the lecture hall at the beginning of the lecture and is subsequently still in L1|01 107 available.
Download TdF Lecture Slides The lecture slides are accessible via Moodle.
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Registration TUCaN
Exam 07.03.2022 12-14 Uhr

The room allocation for the TdF exam is by last name:

Room | Last name
L4|02 1+2 | A-Had
S1|01 A1 | Hah-Nas
Darmstadtium Spectrum | Nat-Zw

Room allocation will be announced one week before via Moodle.

No other aids are allowed for the exam except for a writing utensil. Please remember to bring a current student ID and a photo ID.
Announcement of grades Grades will be announced via TUCaN after correction.