Tool & Die Design
Prerequisite: DRFT 122, ENGR 103, 126, 228. Concurrent enrollment in MATH 104. Using case studies and industrial design problems, students learn to improve manufacturing processes through tool design techniques. Includes problem-solving techniques, process analysis, designing fixtures and jigs, introduction to punch and die sets, quality improvements in manufacturing, and introduction to geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. Computer-aided design will be used in the laboratory. Two class hours and four lab hours weekly.