ADM 111 - Precision Machining II
Course Description: This course builds on the basic, manual machining skills developed in Precision Machining I. The course develops advanced skills in Turning, CNC Milling, CNC Turning, and CNC Programming for both Milling and Turning. In addition to operating industrial CNC machining equipment, students will continue to refine their manual machining skills. Completion of this course is required as part of the Engineering Technology-Precision Machining Certificate, but it will also be a valuable elective for students engaged in other Engineering Technology options. This course will be delivered at a partnering Technical High School. Students will be qualified to sit for the 6 remaining NIMS credentials comprising Machining Level I (designed to meet entry-level requirements for on-the-job skills).
Prerequisite(s): Completion of ADM 110
Course Student Learning Outcomes:
- Demonstrate knowledge of, and abide by, Shop Safety rules and perform basic machine maintenance
- Assemble and Inspect Cutting Tools and set up and operate CNC Machine tools
- Make and inspect parts using blueprints, Geometrical Dimensioning and Tolerancing concepts, and measurement tools
- Calculate Feeds and Speeds and demonstrate ability to read, understand, and input G-codes and M-Codes
- Demonstrate proficiency in the utilization of Computer Numerical Controlled equipment including mills and lathes.
- Author and troubleshoot Computer Numerical Control programs.
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