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INDS 260 - Manufacturing Processes

2 Credit: (0.5 lecture, 1.75 lab, 0 clinical) 2.25 Contact Hours:


This course illustrates technological manufacturing methods currently in use. Course topics include computer-aided design and manufacturing, flexible manufacturing systems and cells, robotics in the work force, computer integrated manufacturing, computer numerical control, computer management systems and various methods of manufacturing. Field trips to manufacturing sites are included and a research paper is required.
OFFERED: fall semesters

Course Goals/ Objectives/ Competencies:
Goal 1:  The student will be able to describe the following manufacturing processes:  metal and non-metal materials.

Goal 2:  The student will be able to describe the following manufacturing processes:  metal forming processes.

Goal 3:  The student will be able to describe the following manufacturing processes:  traditional and contemporary casting processes.

Goal 4:  The student will be able to describe the following manufacturing processes:  heat treatment.

Goal 5:  The student will be able to describe the following manufacturing processes:  turning, boring, drilling, reaming and related processes.

Goal 6:  The student will be able to describe the following manufacturing processes:  machining and grinding processes.

Goal 7:  The student will be able to describe the following manufacturing processes:  non-traditional machining methods.

Goal 8:  The student will be able to describe the following manufacturing processes:  control of working processes.

Goal 9:  The student will be able to describe the following manufacturing processes:  welding, cutting, brazing, soldering, adhesive and mechanical fastening/joining.

Goal 10:  The student will be able to describe the following manufacturing processes:  automated assembly.

Goal 11:  The student will be able to describe the following manufacturing processes:  metrology and quality control.

Goal 12:  The student will be able to describe the following manufacturing processes:  flexible manufacturing.

Goal 13:  The student will be able to describe the following manufacturing processes:  computer integrated manufacturing.



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