| Manufacturing Processes and Materials
- Student will develop G-code for computerized numerical control input from manual methods.
- Student will transmit DNC (electronic transfer) code to CNC machines
- Students will be able to compare properties of various materials
- Students will be able to compare properties of various manufacturing processes
- Students will be able to explain how a part was made and identify what it is made of
- Students will develop detailed 2D views from a 3D parametric model with dimensions to fully describe the part/model.
- EDT 24 students will create and generate 2D prints from 3-D parametric solid models and complete a 3D (mated)
- Students correctly use Solid works software at an intermediate level
|CAD for Manufacturing
- Students will demonstrate parametric solid modeling skills by developing a complete portfolio at the end of the semester.
- Students will develop 2D and 3D CAD skills required to gain entry level employment.
- Students will demonstrate ability to use parametric file saving methodology
- Student will understand and use assembly modeling skills effectively
- Students will be able to use intermediate modeling skills such as multi-body modeling, cut-revolve method and the sheet metal tool set
|Computer Aided Manufacturing II
- Students will develop functional CAD/CAM multi-axis machining concepts and how they relate to industry.
- Students will create 2D and 3D tool paths for various industry-representative parts and then machine them effectively using CNC mills and/ or lathes
- Students will be able to apply CAD and CAM programming methods and procedures needed to produce an accurate part on the CNC machining center
- Perform and evaluate tooling and program verification and make corrections.
|Introduction to CAD
- Students will use CAD best practices (Symmetry/ mirroring, geometric relations and fully constrained sketches.
- Students will be able to identify and use the most efficient modeling strategy for a given model
- Students will be able to create 3D solid models from 2D engineering prints using industry-representative methodology.
- 70% of students will demonstrate competency using geometric relations in the 2D sketching environment
- Students will convert 3D models to fully dimensioned 2D parametric engineering prints.
|Introduction to CNC Programming
- Students will be able to edit and input data into CNC machines by manual means.
- Students will be able to program and operate CNC lathes and mills.
|Introduction to MasterCAM
- Students will evaluate methods of transferring data from CAD/CAM computers to machine tool computers
- Students will create two-dimensional product designs and machine them effectively
|Introduction to Mechanical Principles
- Identify common mechanical devices and their properties
- Create motion studies using CAD tools to identify and evaluate range of motion and interference problems
- Students will understand how the design, structure and manufacturing of mechanical components is different from virtual CAD model representations
|Manual Machining I
- Analyze and calculate machine settings for cutting screw threads.
- Demonstrate the ability to setup a conventional lathe to machine a steel part.
- Set up the lathe to face off and turn down a work piece to a specific diameter
- Students will be able to square a vice to the machine table using a dial indicator
- Students will be able to locate the correct position to drill a hole using an edge finder and digital readout
|Manual Machining II
- Analyze and demonstrate ability to heat-treat alloy steels correctly
- Demonstrate ability to perform basic mill set up and operation.
- Correct use of calipers
- Students will demonstrate knowledge of safe working practices
- Students will cut machining blanks to correct size using two or more types of cut-off saws