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MTT 292 - Computer-Aided Manufacturing I Units: 4

This course provides the student with the essential concepts and techniques that are required for successful creation of two-dimensional part geometry, generation and verification of 2 1/2 axis toolpath models, as well as post processing of 2 1/2 axis NC codes within a computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) system. Students are required to produce a variety of lab exercises on robotic (CNC) machinery utilizing multi-tool programs. Coursework will primarily focus on 2D geometry projects. Basic understanding of milling machine operations is recommended. This course satisfies 8 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded mathematics curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A.

Transferability: May not transfer towards an NSHE bachelor's degree

Term Offered: Fall