MECH-210 Advanced Machining for Tooling and Maintenance
Credits 4 / 6 Contact Hours
Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG 016 (ACSR-016); MECH 144 and MECH 151 .
Note: Students must provide their own safety glasses, 3-ring binder, 6-inch steel rule, 6-inch caliper, and scientific calculator.
This course is designed to introduce students to the advanced requirements of machining for die, mold, fixture, equipment repair, and machine build operations. Advanced setup and machining knowledge needed for precise fit and function of
mechanical assemblies, and industry standards and best practices for safety of end-users and equipment will also be addressed.
1. Shop safety review 2. Industrial problem solving with machinery’s handbook 3. Sketching and job planning 4. Machining for threaded fastening systems 5. Machining for in-line assembly 6. Machining forces, counteraction and setup measurements 7. Precision surface grinding 8. Precision cylindrical grinding 9. Bench and assembly skills 10. Machining for equipment repair.