CAD101 Technical Drawing I  (4)

This course teaches the basic concepts of drafting communication. Subjects include line types, orthographic projections, sectioning, language, auxiliary views, pictorial drawings, and scale.

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EGT 186 Engineering Graphics Application (2)

This course teaches the basic concepts of Computer Aided Drafting communication and various applications. Subjects include templates, line types, orthographic projections, sectioning, language, auxiliary views, 2 and 3 dimensional objects, scale, plotting, assembly files, and Design Intent.

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EGT 226 Computer CAD/CAM Operation (4)

This course instructs the concepts and capabilities of Computer Numeric Control machine tools.  Topics to include Computer Aided Drafting and Computer Aided Machining (CAD/CAM) integration, tooling processes, machine setup, machine controller operation, and the basic applications.  Upon completion students should be able to integrate Computer Aided Drafting to Computer Aided Machining in both 2D and 3D milling and lathe, generate geometry and setup Computer Numeric Control processes using Mastercam software, apply tooling setup and operation, understand the Post Processor, and operate a Computer Numeric Control machine.

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MFT 240 Precision Measurements II (2)

The course provides for the study of measuring tools used in manufacturing industries. The course will allow students to gain proficiency in the use of manufacturing devices.

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