MFGEN 230

Computer-Aided Manufacturing

Manufacturing Engineering Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering

Course Description

Manual and computer-assisted programming of computer numerical controlled (CNC) equipment. Developing CNC programs to manufacture parts for high production.

When Taught

Winter

Min

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

2

Fixed

3

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

Title

CAD/CAM/CNC

Learning Outcome

Students will understand and be able to apply correct principles related G&M code programming. Manual programming - Mill, Wire EDM, Lathe CAM programming

Title

Design

Learning Outcome

Students will understand and be able to apply the design process while solving manufacturing related problems.