Milling Operations 2 (36 Hrs) $720.
MAC124 M, 3/2 - 5/18/20, 5:30-8:30 pm
This course provides theory and skill instruction supplemental to that introduced in Milling Operations I (MAC121). Skill embellishment and expanded surface feature creation in the use of conventional metal working milling machines and attachments, along with associated accident prevention practices and procedures will be stressed. Concepts and mathematical calculations for machining of prismatic (cube-like) features and part geometry will be emphasized. Process planning, documentation and Geometric Dimensioning, and Tolerancing (GD&T) characteristics for milling work will be addressed. Cutters and insert (geometry and grade) selection, as well as cutting parameters, will be stressed.
Milling Operations 1 (36 Hrs) $720.
MAC121 M, 10/14-1/13/20, 6-9 pm (no class 12/23 or 12/29)
This course provides introductory instruction in the terminology, design, application, set-up, operation and daily care of conventional milling machines. Accident prevention practices will be stressed. Topics included are: lubrication and cleaning of machines; utilizing detail drawings, calculations, layout tools, precision-measuring instruments, and appropriate techniques to prepare parts, and verifying part dimensions during inspection procedures. Prerequisite: Math and Blueprint Reading for Machinists “ Precision Machining Technology” by Peter Hoffman, et. al (2nd edition).