Catalog Course Descriptions: Machine Shop-CNC

10 ROBOTICS LAB (2)

Lab: 6 hours

This is an introductory course to basic robotics construction. A hands-on experience in designing and building of a basic robot is provided in this course.

10A ROBOTICS LAB (1)

Lab: 3 hours

This is an introductory course to basic robotics construction. A hands-on experience in designing and building of a basic robot is provided in this course.

10B ROBOTICS LAB (1)

Lab: 3 hours

This is a continuation of the introductory course to basic robotics construction. A hands-on experience in designing and building of a basic robot is provided in this course.

20 INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTIC THEORY (3)

Lecture: 3 hours

This course covers the basic principles of robotic terminology, application and operational theory will be discussed.

20A INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTIC THEORY (1)

Lecture: 1 hour

This is the continuation of the introduction course which covers the basic principles of robotic terminology, application and operational theory.

20B INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTIC THEORY (1) CSU

Lecture: 1 hour

This is the continuation of the introduction course which covers the basic principles of robotic terminology, application and operational theory.

20C INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTIC THEORY (1) CSU

Lecture: 3 hours

This is a continuation of the introduction course which covers the basic principles of robotic terminology, application and operational theory.

111 PRINCIPLES OF MACHINE TOOLS I (2) CSU

Lecture, 1.5 hours; Laboratory, 1.5 hours

Basic principles of Safety, hand and precision measuring tools, set-up and operation of band saws, drill presses, lathes, mills, pedestal grinders, power saws, and CNC machines.

112 TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF MACHINING I (4) CSU

Lab: 12 hours

This is an introductory course to safety, speed, feed, set-up, operation and terminology of basic machine tools such as band saws, drill presses, lathes, mills, pedestal grinders, power saws, and CNC machines. Topics covered include application of basic hand tools and measuring tools.

112A TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF MACHINING IA (3) CSU

Lab: 9 hours

This is an introductory course to safety, speed, feed, set-up, operation and terminology of basic machine tools such as band saws, drill presses, lathes, mills, pedestal grinders, power saws, and CNC machines. Topics covered include application of basic hand tools and measuring tools.

112B TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF MACHINING IB  (1) CSU

Lab: 3 hours

This is an introductory course to CAD/CAM as related to machine shop- CNC.

114 PRINT INTERPRETATION AND SKETCHING (BLUEPRINT I)(3) CSU

Lecture: 3 hours

This course covers the basic principles of interpreting the information located on engineering drawings related to machine shop-CNC operations.Basic shop sketching is introduced.

115 BASIC APPLIED MATHEMATICAL CALCULATIONS (3) CSU

Lecture: 3 hours

This course emphasizes on mathematical calculations related to machine shop-CNC problems. Topics include introduction and application of hand held electronic calculators.

121 PRINCIPLES OF MACHINE TOOLS II (2) CSU

Lecture: 1.5 hours; Lab: 1.5 hours

Principles of lathes, milling machines, including attachments, accessories, and special lathe and milling operations are covered in this course, as well as an introduction to other special machinery and basic CNC programming.

122 TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF MACHINING II (4) CSU

Lab: 12 hours

This course addresses implementation of safety, speeds, feeds, form tools, set-ups including related attachments and accessories for lathe and milling machine operations. Topics include inspection, and CNC machine operation.

122A TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF MACHINING IIA (3) CSU

Lab: 9 hours

This course addresses implementation of safety, speeds, feeds, form- tools, set-ups including related attachments and accessories for lathe and milling machine operations. Topics include inspection, and CNC machine operation.

122B TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF MACHINING (CAD/CAM) IIB (1) CSU

Lab: 3 hours

This is an introductory course to CAD/CAM as related to machine shop-CNC. CSU

124 PRINT INTERPRETATION AND INSPECTION (BLUEPRINT II) (3) CSU

Lecture: 3 hours

This course studies advanced interpretation of machine shop-CNC related drawings with introduction to inspection, geometric tolerancing, and SPC.

125 INTERMEDIATE APPLIED MATHEMATICAL CALCULATIONS (3) CSU

Lecture: 3 hours

This course emphasizes algebra and geometry problems that apply to machine tools, and basic machining calculations for CNC programs.

131 PRINCIPLES OF MACHINE TOOLS III (5) CSU

Lecture: 4.5 hours; Lab: 1.5 hours

Theory of precision and specialized machines including related accessories, attachments and operations is introduced. Information on materials and heat treating methods is covered.

131A PRINCIPLES OF MACHINE TOOLS IIIA (2) CSU

Lecture: 1.5 hours; Lab: 1.5 hours

Theory of precision and specialized machines including related accessories, attachments and operations is introduced. Information on materials and heat treating methods is covered.

131B PRINCIPLES OF MACHINE TOOLS (CNC) IIIB (3) CSU

Lecture: 3 hours

This course studies intermediate theory related to programming, set-up and operation of CNC machine tools.

132 TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF MACHINING III (4) CSU

Lab: 12 hours

This course covers safely set-up and operate precision and specialized machines such as, surface grinders, jig borers, jig grinders, cylindrical grinders, tool and cutter grinders, sinker EDM, wire EDM, and CNC machines. Topics include inspection principles.

132A TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF MACHINING IIIA (3) CSU

Lab: 9 hours

This course studies safely set-up and operate precision and specialized machines; such as, surface grinders, jig borers, jig grinders, cylindrical grinders, tool and cutter grinders, sinker EDM, wire EDM, and CNC machines. Inspection principles are also covered in this course.

132B TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF MACHINING (CAM) IIIB (1) CSU

Lab: 3 hours

This lab provides practical training on intermediate CAD/CAM as applied to CNC programming and machining.

135 ADVANCED APPLIED MATHEMATICAL CALCULATIONS (3) CSU

Lecture: 3 hours

Trigonometry and right triangle problems that apply to machine tools and machining calculations for CNC cutter compensation are emphasized in this course. The sine bar theory and use is also studied in this course.

141 PRINCIPLES OF MACHINE TOOLS (CNC) IV (2) CSU

Lecture: 1.5 hours; Lab: 1.5 hours

This course covers advanced theory related to safety, programming, set-up and operation of CNC machine tools. Introduction to specialized machining for intricate parts, and/or tool and die, and/or mold making is also addressed.

142 TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF MACHINING IV (4) CSU

Lab: 12 hours

Advanced safety, application, programming, set-up, and operation of CNC lathes and milling machines are covered in this course. Set-up and operation of precision machine tools for intricate parts, and/or tool and die, and/or plastic mold fabrication is also addressed.

142A TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF MACHINING IV A (3) CSU

Lab: 9 hours

Advanced safety, application, programming, set-up, and operation of CNC lathes and milling machines are covered in this course. Set-up and operation of precision machine tools for intricate parts, and/or tool and die, and/or plastic mold fabrication is also addressed.

142B TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION OF MACHINING IVB  (1) CSU

Lab: 3 hours

This course focuses on the practical training on advanced safety, application, programming, set-up, and operation of CNC lathes and milling machines are covered in this course. Set-up and operation of precision machine tools for intricate parts, and/or tool and die, and/or plastic mold fabrication as related to CAD/CAM are covered.

151 PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE TOOLS I (3) CSU

Lecture: 1 hour; Lab: 6 hours

In this course basic programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines are studied in detail. Also, history, terminology and related calculations of CNC machines are introduced.

151A PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE TOOLS IA (1) CSU

Lab: 3 hours

In this course basic programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines are studied in detail. Also, history, terminology and related calculations of CNC machines are introduced.

151B PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE TOOLS IB (1) CSU

Lab: 3 hours

Continuation of the in the basic programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines class.

151C PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE

TOOLS IC (1) CSU

Lecture: 1 hour

Continuation of the in the basic programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines class lecture.

152 PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE TOOLS II (6) CSU

Lecture: 2 hour; Lab: 12 hours

This is an introductory course to intermediate programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines. Development, terminology and related calculations are reviewed in this course.

152A PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE TOOLS IIA (1) CSU

Lab: 3 hours

This is one of four modules in the introductory course to intermediate programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines. Development, terminology and related calculations are reviewed in this course.

152B PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE TOOLS IIB (1) CSU

Lab: 3 hours

This is the second of four modules in the introductory course to intermediate programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines. Development, terminology and related calculations are reviewed in this course.

152C PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE TOOLS IIC (1) CSU

Lecture: 1 hour

This is the third of four modules in the introductory course to intermediate programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines. Development, terminology and related calculations are reviewed in this course.

152D PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE TOOLS IID (6) CSU

Lecture: 1 hour; Lab: 6 hours

This is last of four modules in the introductory course to intermediate programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines. Development, terminology and related calculations are reviewed in this course.

155 PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE TOOLS III (6) CSU

Lecture: 2 hours, Lab: 12 hours

This course studies advanced programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines. Advancements, applications and related calculations are covered in this course.

155A PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE TOOLS IIIA (1) CSU

Lab: 3 hours

This is fi rst of four modules in the advanced programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines. Advancements, applications and related calculations are covered in this course.

155B PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE TOOLS IIIB (1) CSU

Lab: 3 hours

This is second of four modules in the advanced programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines. Advancements, applications and related calculations are covered in this course.

155C PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE TOOLS IIIC (1) CSU

Lecture: 1 hour

This is third of four modules in the advanced programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines. Advancements, applications and related calculations are covered in this course.

155D PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION OF CNC MACHINE TOOLS IIID (3) CSU

Lecture: 1 hour, Lab: 6 hours

This is last of four modules in the advanced programming, safe set-up and operation of CNC machines. Advancements, applications and related calculations are covered in this course.

161 COMPUTER ASSISTED MACHINE PROGRAMMING (CAM)1 (4) CSU

Lecture; 3 hours, Lab; 3 hours

This course is a practical study of application of Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) systems for development of computer numerical control (CNC) programs for complex two and three axis machined parts. Topics include Use 3-D graphics and part verifi cation software systems.

161A COMPUTER ASSISTED MACHINE PROGRAMMING (CAM) 1A (3) CSU

Lecture: 3 hours

Application of Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) systems for development of computer numerical control (CNC) programs for complex two and three axis machined parts are studied in this course. Topics include Use 3-D graphics and part verification software systems.

161B COMPUTER ASSISTED MACHINE PROGRAMMING (CAM) 1B (1) CSU

Lab: 3 hours

This course focuses on practical study of application of conventional CNC systems for Numerical Control (CNC) programs for complex two and three axis machined parts. Topics include Use 3-D graphics and part verifi cation software systems.

162 COMPUTER ASSISTED MACHINE PROGRAMMING (CAM) II (4) CSU

Lab: 12 hours

This course is practical study of intermediate and advanced application of CAM system related to CNC programming and machining operations.

162A COMPUTER ASSISTED MACHINE PROGRAMMING (CAM) IIA (2) CSU

Lab: 6 hours

This course is practical study of intermediate and advanced application of CAM system related to CNC programming and machining operations.

162B COMPUTER ASSISTED MACHINE PROGRAMMING (CAM) IIB (2) CSU

Lab: 6 hours

This course is an intense practical study of intermediate and advanced application of CAM system related to CNC programming and machining operations.

184 INSPECTION PROCEDURES I (3) CSU

Lecture: 3 hours

This course reviews principles, application, nomenclature and applied technology of precision measuring instruments. An introduction to CMM and hands-on use of instruments including safe, and proper care are studied in this course.

186 INSPECTION PROCEDURES II (3) CSU

Lecture: 3 hours

This course covers statistical control procedures for inspectors and other manufacturing personnel. Topics include data collection, chart construction, random sampling, limits, standard practices and use of CMM.

250 SELECTED TOPICS MACHINE SHOP CONVENTIONAL, CNC AND CAD/CAM (6) RPT3 CSU

Lecture: 6 hours

This course is a practical study of conventional machine shop. Topics such as CNC and Computer applications with an introduction to safety, set-up, operation and terminology of basic machine tools such as band saws, drill presses, lathes, mills, pedestal grinders, power saws, and CNC machines are studied in this course.

250A SELECTED TOPICS MACHINE SHOP CONVENTIONAL & CNC (3) RPT3 CSU

Lecture: 3 hours

This course focuses on conventional machine shop. Topics such as CNC and Computer applications with an introduction to safety, set-up, operation and terminology of basic machine tools such as band saws, drill presses, lathes, mills, pedestal grinders, power saws, and CNC machines are studied in this course.

250B SELECTED TOPICS MACHINE SHOP CAD/CAM (3) RPT3 CSU

Lecture: 3 hours

This course covers computer applications and introduction to safety, setup, operation and terminology of basic machine and application of basic CAD/CAM.

251 SELECTED APPLICATIONS MACHINE SHOP; CONVENTIONAL AND CNC (2) RPT3 CSU

Lab: 6 hours

This course is a practical study of conventional machine shop, CNC applications with an intermediate presentation of safety, set-up, operation and terminology of machine tools such as band saws, grinders, lathes, mills, pedestal grinders, power saws and CNC machines, and their attachments. Application of hand tools and measuring tools are also covered with an introduction to intermediate specialized machining.

251A SELECTED APPLICATIONS MACHINE SHOP; CONVENTIONAL AND CNC (1) RPT3 CSU

Lab: 3 hours

This is module one of two for the course covering the practical study of conventional machine shop, CNC applications with an intermediate presentation of safety, set-up, operation and terminology of machine tools such as band saws, grinders, lathes, mills, pedestal grinders, power saws and CNC machines, and their attachments. Application of hand tools and measuring tools are also covered with an introduction to intermediate specialized machining.

251B SELECTED APPLICATIONS MACHINE SHOP / CNC (1) RPT3 CSU

Lab: 3 hours

This is module two of two for the course covering the practical study of conventional machine shop, CNC applications with an intermediate presentation of safety, set-up, operation and terminology of machine tools such as band saws, grinders, lathes, mills, pedestal grinders, power saws and CNC machines, and their attachments. Application of hand tools and measuring tools are also covered with an introduction to intermediate specialized machining.

252 SELECTED APPLICATIONS MACHINE SHOP CAD/CAM (2) RPT3 CSU

Lab: 6 hours

This course is a practical study on computer topics on advanced presentation of safety, set-up, operation and terminology of machine tools such as boring machines, EDM machines, grinders, lathes, mills and CNC machines, including accessories,  attachments, hand tools and measuring tools. An introduction to advanced specialized machining is also covered in this course.

252A SELECTED APPLICATIONS MACHINE SHOP CAD (1) RPT3 CSU

Lab: 3 hours

This is the CAD portion of the course covering the practical study on computer topics on advanced presentation of safety, set-up, operation and terminology of machine tools such as boring machines, EDM machines, grinders, lathes, mills and CNC machines, including accessories, attachments, hand tools and measuring tools. An introduction to advanced specialized machining is also covered in this course.

252B SELECTED TOPICS MACHINE SHOP CAM (1) RPT3 CSU

Lab: 3 hours

This is the CAM portion of the course covering the practical study on computer topics on advanced presentation of safety, set-up, operation and terminology of machine tools such as boring machines, EDM machines, grinders, lathes, mills and CNC machines, including accessories, attachments, hand tools and measuring tools. An introduction to advanced specialized machining is also covered in this course.