PRINCIPLES OF TOOL ENGINEERING
Machine Technology 109 is an advanced course in machine shop training presenting systems of production. Interchangeability, and dimensioning as they pertain to tool design and construction of drill jigs, milling, grinding, and lathe fixtures, locating and clamping of parts, tooling for horizontal turret lathes, and toolroom inspection and gauging are examined. Training required for engineers and designers noting duties and positions in manufacturing organizations are investigated. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 6 hours.
Prerequisite: Machine Technology 104.
Note: Students must register for the full number of hours for which the course is scheduled, but late registration is permitted provided a vacancy in the class exists.
Transfer credit: CSU
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