||This course teaches the fundamentals of traditional and non-traditional manufacturing processes including mass reducing, mass conserving, joining, material treatment and surface treatment processes. Hands-on experiences in laboratories provides class participants with basic skills in machining, welding and wood processing technologies.
- Demonstrate safe work practices.
- Demonstrate basic skills in machining, welding and wood processing technologies.
- Indicate where different materials originate and how they are mined, harvested or made.
- Recognize different processes used in casting, extrustion, molding, and milling in manufacturing processes.
- Identify different types of metals, woods, plastics and synthetic materials.
- Compare different types of reducing methods such as milling process, CNC, lathe process, and stamping.
- Descibe different methods of connecting material and the processes used in manufacturing.
- Explain heat treatment of metals and how it effects metals strength properties.
- Describe and demonstrate various types of surface finishes used in manufacturing.
- Demonstrate professionalism, dependability and good work habits.
- Descrbe traditional and non-traditional manufacturing processes.
- Explain how different types of materials react during the manufacturing process.
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