MET 241 - Jig and Fix Design2 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 2 Lec.
Initially the grade of tool design are studied followed by a study of the general types, support, location, clamping and basic construction of jigs and fixtures. The development of design based on technical and economics criteria and subsequent production of tool and production drawings are discussed. Specific designs such as template, plate, channel, and vise jaw jigs are studied with attention paid to some specialty needs such as welding and CNC jigs.
Pre-Requisites: MET 110, MAT 110, MET 120 or MET 125 or permission of the instructor
Click here for the Summer 2022 Class Schedule
Click here for the Fall 2022 Class Schedule
Add to Portfolio (opens a new window)