PC108 – Introduction to Machining and Fabrication
Introduces machining and fabrication through hands-on experience. Provides an introduction to use of a mill, lathe, band saw, plasma and oxyacetylene torch, welding equipment and other common machining and fabrication tools. Also introduces use of precision measurement tools and mechanical drawing. Using these tools, students will complete an independent project. The course will lead to an understanding of possibilities, limitations and tolerances for custom machined and fabricated parts. Such knowledge is essential for experimental scientists designing equipment, entrepreneurs designing prototypes, and others who work with machinists. Extended format.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Fall 2019||Block 1||Introduction to Machining and Fabrication||Steve Burt||TBA||8/1||05/31/2020|
|Spring 2020||Block 5||Introduction to Machining and Fabrication||Steve Burt||TBA||8/1||05/31/2020|
|Fall 2020||Block 1||Introduction to Machining and Fabrication||Steve Burt||TBA||8/0||05/31/2020|
|Spring 2021||Block 5||Introduction to Machining and Fabrication||Steve Burt||TBA||8/8||05/31/2020|