100

MFG-119 Pro/Engineer Design I

This course is a study of the basic functionality and use of Parametric Technology's [PTC] Pro/Engineer Wildfire 3D solid modeling software. Emphasis will be placed on the technology as well as the terminology in relation to this advanced tool. Lecture and lab will be used to teach not only how to use specific features of the software but also how to use it in design. Lecture[2.00], Laboratory [3.00].

Credits

3

MFG-122 Machine Tool Principles I

This course introduces students to the basic hands-on theoretical skills necessary of a machinist. Machining processes such as drilling, milling, turning, and grinding will be studied and developed. Theoretical skills such as machine terminology, speeds and feeds, uses of machinery handbook, and safety issues are also included. It would be beneficial if incoming students had some exposure to basic machining principles and equipment. Lecture [2.00], Laboratory [2.00].

Credits

3

MFG-124 Applied Metrology

This course is the study of the fundamental skills used by machinists for the calibration and quality control of measurements and their application. Students will study and use precision measuring equipment such as calipers, dial indicators, gauges, and hole measuring devices in a practical laboratory. Use of Coordinate Measurement Machine and Optical Comparator will also be introduced. Lecture [2.00], Laboratory [2.00].

Credits

3

MFG-130 Welding Technology I

This course is an introduction to metal joining techniques using welding, brazing, and soldering with an emphasis on safe work practices. This course provides students with a basic understanding of electricity as applied to electric arc welders, metallurgy of welding, welding processes and safe use of oxy/fuel welding and heating. Students will study theory and techniques in a classroom environment. Demonstrations and applications will be performed in a laboratory setting. Lecture [2.00], Laboratory [2.00].

Credits

3