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Machining and Manufacturing Industrial Standards

Grade(s): 10-12                 Trimester(s): 1               Honor Point:
Course Fee: $20.00           Course#:   TEC208         CWCS#  21108G
Pre-requisite: Machining I (or upon approval if in PLTW Engineering path)
Course Description:  
This course will give students the opportunity to further learn and practice Modern Manufacturing such as CNC Machining. Automation and Robotics to Design, Quote and Produce CNC manufactured products with an emphasis on Quality Control using the Coordinate measuring Machine (CMM). This course will be a sound foundation for anyone considering to explore a career in Engineering, Machining, Manufacturing or Quality Control.
This course will hone their skills and the correct use of different analog and digital measuring instruments, including various types of Micrometers, Calipers, Scales, Gauges (height, plug, thread, and surface roughness), and Optical Comparators.
Students will use the Engineering Drawing/Blueprints to gain a better understanding of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GDT). Students will also train in the methods and applications of Statistical Process Control (SPC) used in manufacturing. NC3 Starrett/Snap-On Industrial Certifications are available for students to earn.
Shop Safety and Shop Practices are always stressed and refreshed.

Special Notes: Students will be encouraged to participate in our Youth Apprenticeship Manufacturing Program or internships which are paid positions in the industry but more importantly a priceless life experience in preparation for a career.

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