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Course Descriptions


MTT 101: Machining Skills I

Prerequisite:
-Placement at ENGL 099 or higher OR
-Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 094
AND
-Placement at college level reading OR
-Concurrent enrollment in READ 091

This course introduces the student to precision measuring tools, hand tools and their uses for machining and layout. The student will perform basic machining tasks which include the use of drilling machines, bandsaws engines, lathes, and milling machines. 3 credit hours

MTT 110: Tool Design

Prerequisite:
-Completion of MTT 101
AND
-Placement at ENGL 099 or higher OR
-Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 094
AND
-Placement at college level reading OR
-Concurrent enrollment in READ 091

This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of toolmaking. The student will review designs of basic jigs, gages and fixtures for specific machining applications. Design and fabrication of various tooling will be required. Dimensional accuracy and machining efficiency will be emphasized. 3 credit hours

MTT 201: Machining Skills II

Prerequisite:
-Completion of MTT 101
AND
-Placement at ENGL 099 or higher OR
-Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 094
AND
-Placement at college level reading OR
-Concurrent enrollment in READ 091

This course covers advanced uses of common types of milling machines, surface grinders, lathes and their accessories. Coursework will also cover the basic use of CNC machines and programming. Students will also learn about basic machine parts, procedures of set-up, and operations of machining for general tool room usage. 3 credit hours

MTT 210: Toolmaking

Prerequisite:
-Completion of MTT 110
AND
-Placement at ENGL 099 or higher OR
-Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 094
AND
-Placement at college level reading OR
-Concurrent enrollment in READ 091

This course is a comprehensive study of mass production tooling including punch press dies, roll formers, and injection molds. Emphasis will be placed on die construction and repair/maintenance of production tools. The students will be required to develop and implement a new build or repair procedure for a given die or mold. Dimensional accuracy and machining efficiency will be evaluated. 3 credit hours