SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Section: MMT 208-820
Credits: 4 credit hours
Availability: 16 (Capacity: 22)
This course has in-class and mandatory online meeting times:
8:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Auburn Campus - M272
THIS IS A HYBRID COURSE: A hybrid course is where some traditional face-to-face "seat time" has been replaced by online learning activities. The purpose of a hybrid course is to take advantage of the best features of both face-to-face and online learning.
Prerequisite: ENGR 103, MMT 101, Pre or Co requisite: MMT 102, MMT 221. This course is a continuation of MMT 102. Designed to prepare students with the necessary skills to program computer numerical control (CNC) machines using Computer Aided Design (CAD) combined with Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Lectures address such topics as drawing interpretation, program formats, input media, setup, using fixtures, writing M and G code programs, subroutines, looping and loop counters, creating canned cycles, and advanced tool changing using CNC controllers, while the laboratory sessions give the students practice in programming learned techniques. This course will utilize 3D solid modeling and 2D CAD skills to produce complex geometry. Mold design will be explored in a capstone project based experience.
INTERESTED IN TAKING THIS COURSE?
There are several ways to register for this course, depending on the type of student you are. If you wish to attend Cayuga as a first-time student seeking a degree, you can review the Admissions process to get started. If you are a returning Cayuga student from the previous semester, you can log into your myCayuga account and self-register. If you are interested in taking this individual course for transfer credit, view our Non-Degree Student page for information on how to register.
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