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METC1112 – Manufacturing Processes pdf

Credits: 4 (2/2/0)
Description: 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.
Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None
  1. Demonstrate safe work practices.
  2. Demonstrate basic skills in machining, welding and wood processing technologies.
  3. Indicate where different materials originate and how they are mined, harvested or made.
  4. Recognize different processes used in casting, extrustion, molding, and milling in manufacturing processes.
  5. Identify different types of metals, woods, plastics and synthetic materials.
  6. Compare different types of reducing methods such as milling process, CNC, lathe process, and stamping.
  7. Descibe different methods of connecting material and the processes used in manufacturing.
  8. Explain heat treatment of metals and how it effects metals strength properties.
  9. Describe and demonstrate various types of surface finishes used in manufacturing.
  10. Demonstrate professionalism, dependability and good work habits.
  11. Descrbe traditional and non-traditional manufacturing processes.
  12. Explain how different types of materials react during the manufacturing process.
MnTC goal areas: None

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