Course Descriptions

TAM 132 - Machine Shop Print Reading II

3 Credits

Students will be able to solve complex blueprint problems related to tool and shop applications. Section views, surface textures, screw threads, geometric tolerancing, steel identification, fasteners, castings, and coatings will be examined. Three class hours.

Prerequisite: TAM 131.

Course Learning Outcomes
1. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to continue to advance the skills learned in Print Reading 1 by the introduction of more complex drawings and more detailed explanation of view, symbols, and notes found on drawings to a 70% minimum compliance based upon homework and quizzes.
2. Visualize orthographic projections, section views and violation of true projection to a 70% minimum compliance based upon homework and quizzes.
3. Visualize the various types of section views, surface textures, finishes and coatings to a 70% minimum compliance based upon homework and quizzes.
4. Interpret basic Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing symbols and characteristics to a 70% minimum compliance based upon homework and quizzes.
5. Identify and define the various types and applications of screw threads, threaded fasteners and pipe threads to a 70% minimum compliance based upon homework and quizzes.

Course Offered Fall and Spring

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Fall Semester 2018