Automated Manufacturing Tech (AMFTI)

Courses

AMFTI-110 MACHINING THEORY I 2.00 Credits

This course is designed to impart technical knowledge and skills for the use of manufacturing equipment and procedures. The knowledge and skills mastered in this class are an introduction to design and production in the machining operation process to include lathe operations. Introduction to history, theory and uses of simple cutting tools, hand tools, hand held power tools, grinders, and machine tools with focus on lathes. Measuring and layout of parts using precision scales, squares, calipers and micrometers. Material knowledge of metals and synthetics to relate to the machining process. Machine cutting tools and their designed use including speeds and feeds. Knowledge of work holding as it relates to machine shop equipment which include jigs and fixturing and correct machining order.

AMFTI-111 MACHINING THEORY 3.00 Credits

Introduction to the machine shop environment to include but not limited to safety in work place and use of tools safely. Introduction to history, theory and uses of simple cutting tools, hand tools, hand held power tools, machine tools with focus on lathes, milling machines and grinders. Measuring and layout of parts using precision scales, squares, calipers and micrometers. Material knowledge of metals and synthetics to relate to the machining process. Machine cutting tools and their designed use including speeds and feeds. Knowledge of work holding as it relates to machine shop equipment which include jigs and fixturing and correct machining order.

AMFTI-112 MACHINING THEORY II 2.00 Credits

Machine Tool Theory II is designed to impart technical knowledge and skills for the use of manufacturing equipment and procedures. The knowledge and skills mastered in this class are an extension of Machining Theory I, to design and produce in the machining process to include milling operations. Uses of simple cutting tools, hand tools, hand held power tools, grinders, and machine tools with focus on milling. Measuring and layout of parts using precision scales, squares, calipers and micrometers. Material knowledge of metals and synthetics to relate to the machining process. Machine cutting tools and their designed use including speeds and feeds. Knowledge of work holding as it relates to machine shop equipment which include jigs and fixturing and correct machining order.

AMFTI-121 INTRODUCTION TO CAD 3.00 Credits

An introduction to the engineering graphic principles and the use of drafting tools to include; line work, lettering, applied geometry, dimensioning and orthographic projections. The student will, upon completion of this course, be able to create, using Computer Aided Drafting (CAD), 2-D construction, using advanced commands, sketching and orthographic views. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: MTHPT 103/123.

AMFTI-122 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS WITH AUTOCAD 4.00 Credits

Applying engineering graphic principles using CAD for sectional views, auxiliary views, dimensions, tolerances, threads, fasteners, working drawings, gears, bearings, and cams. This course in CAD will emphasize visualization and spatial relations. The student will define and draft orthographic isometric projections other pictorial drawings; develop auxiliary views; determine points of intersections; draft developments and working drawings. Construction principles, input schemes, command structures and data management will be studied and combined into a design project at course conclusion. Pre-requisite: MTHPT 103 or appropriate math placement score.

AMFTI-123 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS USING AUTOCAD 3.00 Credits

Applying engineering graphic principles using CAD for sectional views, auxiliary views, dimensioning, tolerancing, geometric tolerances, threads and fastners, working drawings, and gears, bearings and cams. This course in CAD will emphasize visualization and spatial relations. Construction principles, input schemes, command structures and data management will be studied and combined into a design project at course conclusion. Pre-requisite: MTHPT 103/123.

AMFTI-124 APPLIED BLUEPRINT READING 2.00 Credits

Interpreting Blueprints in an introduction to identifying blueprint information, needed to produce a machined part, through the interpretation of lines, symbols, and numbers as shown on two and three view orthographic drawings. During the discussion of tolerances, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing will be introduced. Pre-requisite: MTHPT 103.

AMFTI-125 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS APPLICATIONS 3.00 Credits

An advanced course using engineering graphic principles with AutoCAD to include: fundamentals of 3D drawing, surface modeling, solid modeling, and descriptive geometry. Upon completion of this course, the student, using CAD will be able to create the fundamental concepts to produce 3D drawings and create 3D objects using surface modeling and solid modeling. The student will be able to apply precision dimensioning and development to working drawings and technical illustrations. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: MTHPT 103/123.

AMFTI-141 MACHINING LAB I 3.00 Credits

This course provides practical hands-on application of manual machine processes: drilling, tapping, milling, grinding, turning, boring and the study of material machining methodology. The second section provides the students with the knowledge for lab operation of machining special attachments, bench work, layout, heat-treating, hardness testing, layout inspection, jig and fixture setup, and tool design. Pre-requisite: AMFTI 110.

AMFTI-143 MACHINING LAB II 3.00 Credits

This course provides the students with the knowledge for lab operation of machining, special attachments, bench work, layout, heat-treating, hardness testing, layout inspection, jig and fixture setup, tool design. The final section of this course is designed to provide the students with the development of machining plans for the efficient machining of moderately complex parts. Individualized laboratory practice will integrate the textbook, reference manuals and technical tools placing emphasis on the production of moderately complex products using production machines, setups, and fixtures. Pre-requisite: AMFTI 112.

AMFTI-145 INTRODUCTION TO NC AND CNC 3.00 Credits

This course will cover the introduction to numerical controls for x, y, and z-axis application, tool controls for hole and milling operations, blueprint reading for NC and CNC programming, and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing for NC programming. Programming will include hole operation, linear profiles, circular profiles, cutter diameter compensation, and programming with subprograms. Pre-requisite: AMFTI 143.

AMFTI-241 INTRODUCTORY CAD AND CAM 3.00-4.00 Credits

This course will teach the elementary principles of Computer Aided Machining (CAM) and Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machining. The course introduces the manufacturing or engineering student to the world of turning a virtual object into an actual object, (going from Art to Part). Students taking the course for 4 credits will be required to complete a 2-D project and written report. Pre-requisite: AMFTI 145.

AMFTI-243 ADVANCED CAD AND CAM 3.00-4.00 Credits

A continuation in the study of G and M codes from AMFTI 241. The emphasis will be in transforming 3-D models (including wire frame, surface, and solid models) into 3-D tool path definitions. Students taking the course for 4 credits will be required to complete a 3-D project and written report. Pre-requisite: AMFTI 241.

AMFTI-245 CNC MACHINING PROCESSES 3.00 Credits

This course will cover techniques and fixed cycles for CNC lathe programming, modern computer-aided parts programming, elements of the computer-controlled factory, and verifying part programs. Pre-requisite: AMFTI 241.

AMFTI-261 QUALITY CONTROL 3.00 Credits

This class explores methods of ensuring quality in manufacturing through application of codes and standards, sampling techniques, control charts and implementation of documented quality assurance programs. Pre-requisite: MTHPT 103 or Instructor's permission.

AMFTI-263 PROJECT PLANNING 3.00 Credits

Analysis and planning of manufacturing procedures in the development of a project plan, schedule and control of the project. This will include material and process for manufacturing utilizing ISO 9000 guidelines for documentation of the part(s) developed for the project. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: AMFTI 261.

AMFTI-265 MANUFACTURING PROJECT 6.00 Credits

A project emphasizing the initiative of the student. Decisions by the student/manufacturing entity are made after evaluation of all factors related to the project. The role of the instructor is that of a consultant after each proposed project is approved. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: AMFTI 261.

AMFTI-290 DS:AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 1.00-10.00 Credits

This course offers the opportunity to learn advanced skills in an area mutually agreed upon and related to the manufacturing field by the student and instructor. The student and instructor will develop a set of objectives and time guidelines to complete a specialized project or course of study and a plan to achieve these objectives.

AMFTI-292 DIRECTED SPECIAL PROJECTS 1.00-10.00 Credits

Opportunity to learn additional skills in specific area of study for the manufacturing technology program. Student and instructor develop a set of objectives and time guidelines to complete advanced skills in the course registered for and a plan to achieve these objectives. Pre-requisite: Instructor's permission.

AMFTI-294 IN: AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 12.00 Credits

Work experience in business related to student career goal. Student is under the supervision of the employer and program coordinator. Registration only with instructor's approval. Pre-requisite: Instructor's permission.

AMFTI-390 DIRECTED STUDY IN AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 12.00 Credits

AMFTI-394 IN:AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 12.00 Credits

Work experience in business related to the student career goal. Student will be working under the supervision of employer and program coordinator. Registration only with instructor's approval. Pre-requisite: Instructor's permission.

AMFTI-490 DIRECTED STUDY IN AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

AMFTI-492 DIRECTED SPECIAL PROJECTS 1.00-10.00 Credits

Opportunity to learn additional skills in specific area of study for the manufacturing technology program. Student and instructor develop a set of objectives and time guidelines to complete advanced skills in the course registered for and a plan to achieve these objectives. Pre-requisite: Instructor's permission.

AMFTI-494 INTERNSHIP IN AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits