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114 - Manufacturing Engineering Technology – Computer Aided Machining
  • PLO 1: Demonstrate the ability to write and troubleshoot/debug CNC programs for appropriate ET/mechanical design applications.
    • CLO 7: Setup and operate a variety of conventional machine shop equipment: lathe, drill press, milling machine and grinders.
    • CLO 8: Demonstrate proficiency in the use of hand tools.
    • CLO 9: Accurately read precision measuring equipment.
    • CLO 10: Value the importance of this course for occupational career preparation.
  • PLO 3: Demonstrate ability to explore multiple options to achieve design goals.
    • CLO 1: Differentiate between safe and unsafe practices in machining.
    • CLO 2: Prepare a job planning sequence needed to manufacture a given part.
    • CLO 3: Distinguish between different manufacturing processes: forging, extrusions, casting, forming, and finishing.
    • CLO 4: Describe the properties of forgings, castings, extrusions and fabricated parts.
    • CLO 5: Calculate cutting speeds and feeds based on the type of cutting operation and materials used.
    • CLO 6: Distinguish between different welding procedures: Arc, gas, MIG and TIG.
Key: 1307