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BISE 1200 Precision Machining Technology -42 Contact Hours

$70.00

Machine Tools: This course offers continued emphasis on shop safety and quality measurement devices. It focuses on the metal removal processes on typical equipment found in the machine shop, with emphasis on the drill press, engine lathe, milling machine, and surface grinder. It covers the use of workholding devices, as well as how to properly support and locate workpieces. It also reviews the applications of the Coordinate measuring machine (CMM), the optical comparator, and the electro-discharge machine (EDM). Presents a foundation for study of manufacturing methods, processes, related equipment, and tools of industry, requiring student to understand shop safety practices, job planning, feeds and speeds, layout tools and procedures, hand tools and bench work, metal cutting saws, drilling machines, lathes, milling machines, jig bore and jig grinder, surface grinder, E.D.M, and abrasives. It introduces the metallurgy of steel and iron and the fundamentals of metal cutting operations to produce manufacturing parts. It includes the operation of machinery, terminology, safety, measurement, layouts, print reading, machine set-ups, hand tools, quality measurement devices (e.g. rules, calipers, micrometers), and cutting tools. It highlights the use of typical equipment found in conventional machine shops.

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Machine Tools: This course offers continued emphasis on shop safety and quality measurement devices. It focuses on the metal removal processes on typical equipment found in the machine shop, with emphasis on the drill press, engine lathe, milling machine, and surface grinder. It covers the use of workholding devices, as well as how to properly support and locate workpieces. It also reviews the applications of the Coordinate measuring machine (CMM), the optical comparator, and the electro-discharge machine (EDM). Presents a foundation for study of manufacturing methods, processes, related equipment, and tools of industry, requiring student to understand shop safety practices, job planning, feeds and speeds, layout tools and procedures, hand tools and bench work, metal cutting saws, drilling machines, lathes, milling machines, jig bore and jig grinder, surface grinder, E.D.M, and abrasives. It introduces the metallurgy of steel and iron and the fundamentals of metal cutting operations to produce manufacturing parts. It includes the operation of machinery, terminology, safety, measurement, layouts, print reading, machine set-ups, hand tools, quality measurement devices (e.g. rules, calipers, micrometers), and cutting tools. It highlights the use of typical equipment found in conventional machine shops.