TAM 255 - Computer Aided Manufacturing Laboratory
Students will apply the work developed in TAM 245. This will involve the setup and operation of various CNC equipment to manufacture parts. Vertical machining centers, CNC lathe, and EDM equipment could be used in this laboratory. Tooling problems, material differences, and program editing and revisions will be included in this course. The goal is to have complete support documents with the accurate manufactured parts. Six laboratory hours.
Prerequisite(s): TAM 139, TAM 142, TAM 155, TAM 241 and TAM 245.
Course Learning Outcomes
1. Apply all safety rules concerning the set-up and use of CNC equipment and shop surrounds to 100% compliance.
2. Demonstrate the skills necessary to ready a selected machine tool by appraising the job requirements and selecting the appropriate tools and equipment necessary and manufacture parts on the CNC equipment.
3. Evaluate a parts production and create solutions to correct problems arising from part production to 70% minimum compliance with blueprint specifications and a model comparison.
4. Produce projects that demonstrate drill hole patterns, cutting external contours, and cutting internal pockets to 70% minimum compliance with blueprint specifications and a model comparison.
Course Offered Fall only
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Fall Semester 2018