Mechanical Engineering Technology

01

Fall Semester

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Layout and Hand Work

  • Learner will be able to safely saw, file, drill, tap, and clean up

  • Learner will be able to lay out work pieces within 1/32” on cold finished materials and 1/16” on hot finished materials

  • Learner will be able to saw and file parts to size within 1/32”

  • Learner will be able to drill and tap holes within 1/16” location

02

Fall Semester

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Measurements and Measuring Instruments

  • Learner will be able to use a 6 inch ruler to measure various objects

  • Learner will be able to use a dial caliper to measure various objects

  • Learner will be able to use a micrometer to measure various objects

  • Learner will be able to use a Vernier height, thread, radius, and angle gauge as well as use a dial indicator

03

Fall Semester

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Sheet Metal Fabrication

  • Learner will be able to properly use the sheet metal tools

  • Learner will be able to create a hand sketch with the proper bending allowance and transfer it to the sheet metal, staying within 1/32” tolerance

  • Learner will be able to create a box with a set of dimensions, staying within a 1/16” tolerance for the final height width and length

  • Learner will be able to perform proper hems and remain within a 1/16” tolerance for straightness

04

Spring Semester

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CAD, Fusion 360, and Solidworks

  • Learner will be able to create 3D model of parts

  • Learner will be able to create 3D assemblies from multiple parts

  • Learner will be able to create engineering detail drawings for individual parts and assembly drawings for complete assemblies

05

Spring Semester

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Conventional Machining

  • Face to Length: Learner will be able to face a part to length on a conventional lathe

  • Turn diameters and Shoulders: Learner will be able to turn diameters and shoulders on a conventional lathe

  • Form Radius: Learner will be able to form radii on a conventional lathe

  • Drill and Tap: Learner will be able to drill and tap on a part axis using a conventional lathe

  • Boring: Learner will be able to bore diameters and shoulders on a conventional lathe

  • Single Point Threading: Learner will be able to turn single point thread on a conventional lathe