SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Section: MMT 221-770
Credits: 4 credit hours
Availability: 0 (Capacity: 0)
12:00 PM - 2:50 PM
Online Real Time (Synchronous)
Mandatory online meeting time
Prerequisite: ENGR 103, MMT 102, and ENGR 228. Provides the knowledge and skills necessary for effective designing jigs and fixtures. Basic Knowledge of cutting tools for the CNC Lathe and the Mill will be introduced. Focus on fixtures design used for machining, universal tooling, and inspecting component parts. Also taught are the necessary procedures for selecting the proper metal cutting and inspection equipment for fixtures designed. Computer aided design project will be incorporated using purchase part components, Solid Modeling, Solid Parts Modeling, Purchase Part Selection, Solid Assembly Modeling, and Solid Drawings in a Project Based Laboratory . An emphasis will be placed on CNC machine set-up, tool sheets, and process sheets. Controller and CNC interface with selection, install, and touch off cutting tools in the machine spindle. Fundamental knowledge of CNC machining/ manufacturing machining principles with set-up and tool sheets.
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