MFGEN 220

Material Removal

Manufacturing Engineering Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering

Course Description

Methods and procedures to shape materials using basic machine tools; cutting theory, tool selection, metrology methods, and machine operation. Introduction to computer numerical control.

When Taught

Fall

Min

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

2

Fixed

3

Other Prerequisites

Math 111 or equivalent; MFG 130 or concurrent enrollment.

Title

Safety

Learning Outcome

Students will understand and be able to apply correct shop safety principles and precautions while working with or around metal removal equipment. 

Title

Machining Processes

Learning Outcome

Students will understand and be able to apply correct principles of cutting metals and non-metals with various machine tools and a variety of cutting tools. Metrology Speeds and Feeds Hand Tools Engine Lathe Manual Mills Drilling Saws CNC Programming for Mills 

Title

Teamwork

Learning Outcome

Students will learn to work on teams while preparing presentations and developing a manufacturing plan for a production run.