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2019-2020 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MFG 104 - Manufacturing Processes

Credit Hours 5
Lecture: 2 Lab: 8
MFG 104 is designed to enable the student to acquire extensive working knowledge and problem solving skills within the areas of tool design and development. This course incorporates extensive use of hand tools, layout tools, measuring tools, and machine tools that will enable the student to build either a progressive stamping die or a plastic injection mold from verbal and/or information given on prints. The students will work with exotic materials (plastic, aluminum, and tool steel), and advanced surface grinding work such as angular and form grinding. Additional work on the other machine tools in the laboratory will include jig boring and milling-machine work. The student also will be introduced to electrical discharge machining (EDM). Prerequisite(s): CADD 101 , MFG 103 , and MFG 112  which may be taken concurrently
Is course repeatable for credit? No
Variable Hour Exist No
Mode of Delivery

Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No