MCH - Machine Manufacturing Technology Outcomes

AAS: Machine Manufacturing Technology

  • Demonstrate knowledge in understanding of machine shop safety.
  • Utilize an industry mechanical drawing (blueprint) to select and interpret processes, procedures, inspection equipment and operation of necessary machine tools to produce the part/product to industry specifications.
  • Verify acceptable dimensional tolerances by the use of precision measurement and inspection tools.
  • Accurately perform conversions, computations and calculations that result in parts production to specification, while maintaining optimal machining conditions.
  • Write CNC programs for Fanuc (G & M compatible) controlled CNC turning and machining centers using basic programming skills.
  • Perform safe maintenance, setup, and operating procedures with the manual machine tools group.
  • Perform safe setup and operating procedures with the computer numerical control (CNC) turning and machining centers.
  • Construct and verify computer designed 2-D and 3-D part models and tool paths commonly machined with CNC turning and machining centers.

One-Year Certificate: CNC Turning

  • Demonstrate knowledge in understanding of machine shop safety.
  • Utilize an industry mechanical drawing (blueprint) to select and interpret processes, procedures, inspection
    equipment and operation of necessary machine tools to produce the part/product to industry specifications.
  • Verify acceptable dimensional tolerances by the use of precision measurement and inspection tools.
  • Accurately perform conversions, computations and calculations that result in parts production to specification,
    while maintaining optimal machining conditions.
  • Write CNC programs for Fanuc (G & M compatible) controlled CNC turning and machining centers using basic
    programming skills.
  • Perform safe maintenance, setup, and operating procedures with the manual machine tools group.
  • Perform safe setup and operating procedures with the computer numerical control (CNC) turning and machining
    centers. 12.2011

One-Year Certificate: CNC Milling

  • Operate and maintain a safe work environment to industry standards Community and Environmental Responsibility.
  • Utilize industry standard mechanical drawings to select and interpret processes, procedures, inspection equipment.
  • Identify geometric dimensioning symbols and interpret their use on industry standard mechanical drawings per
    ASM Y14.5M – 1994 standard.
  • Accurately operate necessary machine tools to produce the part/product to industry specifications and standards.
  • Verify acceptable dimensional tolerances through the use of basic, semiprecision, precision measurement and
    inspection tools.
  • Accurately perform conversations, computations and calculations that result in parts production to industry
    standards and specifications.
  • Perform safe maintenance, setup and operating procedures with CNC machining centers.
  • Construct and verify computer aided designed 2-D and 3-D part models with tool paths machined with CNC
    machining centers.
  • Perform safe maintenance, setup, and operating procedures with manual milling machine tools.
  • Write CNC programs for G & M code compatible controlled CNC machining centers using basic programming. May 2011.

Less than One-Year Certificate: Manufacturing Technician: Career Pathway Certificate

  • Gain an understanding of how to operate in, and maintain a safe work environment.
  • Fundamental understanding and application of common blueprint reading in a shop environment.
  • Given the necessary materials and information, the student will be able to identify geometric dimensioning symbols and interpret their use on common drawings per ASM Y14.5M - 1994 standard.
  • Solve trade related math caluculations using general math, formulas and shop trigonometry to perform scope of work.
  • Calculate speed and feed information to operate tools and machinery as required.
  • Gain a basic working knowledge of layout tools and techniques.
  • Operate drill presses, manual lathes, manual vertical milling machines, and various hand tools to produce a drill grinding gauge, ball peen hammer, and mill training block.
  • Apply knowledge of basic and precision measuring tools to measure projects within specified print tolerances.
  • Gain industry experience through participation in a cooperative education experience. 3.2007

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