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MET 250 - Advanced Process-The CNC Approach

3 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 2 Lec., 3 Lab

Use of selected manufacturing methods utilizing CNC programming as the basis for control of machine. Typical topics may include machine language, incremental and absolute CNC programming, polar and cartesian coordinate systems, machine controls, tool path compensation, use of Compact and Apt as programming tools, CAD/CAM relationships and tool selection. The student will be expected to have adequate basic skills so as to pursue the “hands on” aspects in the machine tool laboratory. If time allows, additional topics may be chosen from the following areas: casting, die casting, cold working, hot working, press forming, welding, machining processes, measurement and gaging, oxyacetylene brazing/welding, arc welding or inert gas welding.
Usually offered Spring semester
Pre-Requisites: MET 125, MAT 111 and or permission of the instructor
Co-Requisites: MET 250L


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