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MM 121 Mechanical CAD 3
Introduction to geometric construction, 3D modeling, orthographic projection, sectional and auxiliary views, dimensioning/tolerancing, and pictorials. Emphasis on the use of CAD for mechanical and manufacturing sectors. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory per week.
MM 216 Manufacturing Processes 3
Prereq.: TM 120 or ENGR 150, or permission of instructor. Manufacturing principles for material removal, forming, joining, and casting. Applications of machine tool setup and operation, feeds and speeds, principles of cutting tools, welding, and foundry. Two hours lecture and three hours laboratory, course meets five hours per week.
MM 226 Principles of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) 3
Prereq.: MM 121 or ETM 260 or permission of instructor. Principles essential for computer numerical control part programming and machine tool operation. Laboratory experiences include word address programming, computer-aided programming, and CNC machine tool setup and operation. Two hours lecture and three hours laboratory, course meets five hours per week. Spring.
MM 236 Tool Design 3
Prereq.: MM 121 or permission of instructor. Introductory study of and experiences in the design and construction of custom tooling for manufacturing. Two hours lecture and three hours laboratory, course meets five hours per week. Fall.
MM 324 Fluid Power Systems 3
A study of the design and fabrication, diagnosis, and repair of fluid power systems, including hydraulics, pneumatics, and fluids. Two hours lecture and three hours laboratory, course meets five hours per week.
MM 366 Supply Chain and Purchasing Strategies 3
Prereq.: MGT 295. Overview of emerging trends in managing the manufacturing supply and value chains. Strategies, tools and techniques for production, purchasing, inventory control, customer service and distribution. Fall.
MM 390 Lean Operation Management 3
Principles of lean manufacturing methodologies applied to operations management. Topics include 5S, production flow analysis, value stream mapping, pull systems, cellular manufacturing, waste elimination, visual factory, error proofing, quick changeover, change management. Spring.
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