CCOG for APR 121M Winter 2022
- Course Number:
- APR 121M
- Course Title:
- Manufacturing Processes I
- Credit Hours:
- Lecture Hours:
- Lecture/Lab Hours:
- Lab Hours:
Intended Outcomes for the course
Upon completion of the course students should be able to:
- Understand and apply machine shop safety concepts and safety practices.
- Conceptualize basic manual machining processes, setups, and strategies to machine metal parts while applying industry standard feeds and speeds.
- Use precision measuring instruments to machine and inspect assigned metal projects.
- Fabricate a sheet metal project to blueprint specifications using basic layout tools, drill press, bandsaw, and hand tools.
- Set up and operate a manual milling machine to face mill, end mill, side mill, drill, ream, and chamfer an assigned project to blueprint specifications.
- Set up and operate a manual lathe to drill, face, turn, groove, taper, and file an assigned project to blueprint specifications.
- Communicate with instructors and others and maintain close dialogue while completing safe and efficient industry standard machining processes and techniques.
Outcome Assessment Strategies
ASSESSMENT - Student performance measurements are based on typical business/industry performance standards. They are grouped into performance competencies (specific skills) and knowledge competencies (understanding specific subjects). The various areas of study during the course will be evaluated by a variety of activities.
Cleanup & Safety: 5%
Coursework Packet: 25%
Measurement Quiz: 5%
Lab projects 60%
Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)
Demonstrate conceptual understanding of manual machining processes and practical application of manual machining skills by completing the Coursework Packet and assigned projects detailed in the Project Workbook.
Communicate with instructors and maintain close dialogue while learning safe and efficient industry standard machining processes and techniques.
Activities and projects in the Project Workbook are flagged for one on one communication between student and instructor. The student needs to verbally articulate demonstrated understanding of industry specific technical jargon as it relates to machining, safety, and production.