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MET256 - Manufacturing Processes
A basic introduction to the traditional manufacturing processes including casting, molding, rolling, forging, bending, drawing, heat treatment, and forming is presented. The properties of ferrous and non–ferrous materials, as well as methods of inspection and computer controls, are explained. Students are introduced to the various manufacturing processes and associated equipment operations including lathe, boring mills, abrasive cutting, broaching, grinding, screw threads, powder metallurgy, presses, polishing, electromechanical cleaning, and welding. Non–metallic materials and thermosetting compounds also are discussed.
Credit Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 2
Lecture Hours: 2