Print Manufacturing Technology
Course Descriptions - Certificate of Program Completion (Catalog Year: 2019)
MANT 0000 Manufacturing Technology Orientation0 Hours
MANT 1000 Introduction to Manufacturing70 Hours
Introduction to Manufacturing explores common manufacturing processes and how they work together; including automation, machining, composites, and welding. During this course, you will become familiar with measuring tools, hand tools, power tools, and blueprints that are currently used in the various industries through hands-on labs. You will be required to demonstrate personal and machine safety as you complete a variety of activities.
DRFT 1045 Blueprint Reading30 Hours
Students in this course will learn basic blueprint reading skills. Standard industrial practices will be applied on one or more industrial drawings. Principles and applications of the following will be used: lettering, orthographic, oblique, isometric, dimensioning, sectioning, and auxiliary views.
MANT 1100 Composites for Manufacturing45 Hours
This course introduces students to the basic materials, tools, vocabulary, and safety practices used in the composites industry. Students will learn about various composite materials, chemicals, tools, and the procedures and processes of fabrication. Students will also learn proper shop etiquette and cleaning.
MANT 1200 Automation and Robotics for Manufacturing60 Hours
Automation and Robotics for Manufacturing introduces the basic concepts and terminology used in Automation and Robotics. Throughout this course, you will study basic electrical, Electrical Motor Controls, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), HVAC, Pneumatics, Hydraulics, Robotics and Troubleshooting skills.
MANT 1300 Welding for Manufacturing75 Hours
Welding for Manufacturing includes the basic knowledge of Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) and Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW). During this course, you will study welding safety; protection, accident prevention, and troubleshooting. You will practice set-up, operation of equipment, positions, executions, and the workmanship needed for a basic weld.
WKSK 1500 Job Seeking Skills30 Hours
Job Seeking Skills explores how to prepare and successfully apply to potential career opportunities. During this course, you will be presented with essential job-seeking skills needed to find gainful employment.
MANT 1600 Machining for Manufacturing90 Hours
Machining for Manufacturing emphasizes the basic procedures and machining operations encountered in the machine shop. During this course, you will study topics including instruction in Machine safety, basic measuring tools, shop math, speeds and feeds, and metal identification. You will also operate Engine Lathe and Vertical Mills.
INJM 1000 Basic Injection Molding Machine Operations60 Hours
Basic Injection Molding Machine Operations explores how to operate an injection molding machine in a production environment including defect identification, and concepts of quality manufacturing. During this course, you will examine general safety, as well as safety that is specific in an injection molding environment. You will also de-gate and count parts, as well as document running conditions and production numbers while operating a molding cell.
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