Course Descriptions

MET 201 - Designing for Materials, Manufacturing and Assembly

3 Credits

The student will be become competent in material selection and design optimization techniques necessary for today’s modern manufacturing and assembly processes. Students will rate their own designs against manual and high speed robotic assembly techniques using state-of-the-art software tools. Student prototypes are created using design geometry and selected materials matched to the appropriate manufacturing processes such as Injection Molding, CNC Machining, Casting and Forging. Two class hours, two laboratory hours.

Prerequisites: MTH 104 or 135 and MET 101 or ENR 153

Course Learning Outcomes
1. Create part geometry containing essential elements for product assembly and manufacturing processes according to accepted industrial standards.
2. Utilize DFMA Software capable of analyzing part and assembly geometry.
3. Apply Geometric Data, DFMA, and Tolerancing to industry style projects in a simulated design team environment.

Course Offered Spring only

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Intersession 2019
Spring Semester 2019