Degree Type: Associate of Applied Science Degree, AAS, Certificate, CER
Pathway: Applied Technology
More Options: Classroom Based
Program Length: 4 Semesters
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Check out the classes you may take while studying Machining
Instructs students in reading and understanding industrial prints. This course covers basic drafting and print standards, fundamentals of shape description, fundamentals of size description and annotation, industrial drawing types, and specialized parts and prints. Symbol interpretation, tolerancing and dimensioning standards are also covered.
Covers safety procedures, use of bench tools, layout tools, power saws, drill presses, precision measurement tools, and various hand tools related to the machine shop. Also included are sharpening drill bits and general purpose turning tools for the lathe as well as determining speeds and feeds for both the lathe and the milling machine.
Introduces basic creating and editing of CNC mill programs. Introduction to G&M codes, math, speeds and feeds, production processes including process controls, and documentation associated with manufacturing will be covered.view in catalog
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Course & Credit Hours
CIS 1018 - Introduction to PC Applications (3) CSC 105 - Computer Literacy (3)
MAC 1000 - Machine Shop Safety (1)
MAC 1001 - Introduction to Machine Shop (3)
MAC 1002 - Print Reading for Machinists (3)CAD 100 - Print Reading for Computer Aided Drafting (3)
MTE 1130 - Metrology (3)
Total Credits: 13
ENG 131 - Technical Writing I: CO1 or Higher (3)
Machining Faculty ContactCalvin Roberts
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