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C557
Advanced Machining (MANUF)
WVC 
Illinois Eastern Community Colleges Wabash Valley College Advanced Machining (MANUF C557) Effective Term 201030 Advanced Machining prepares graduates to enter the occupation at a high level of proficiency and to advance at a rapid rate in industry. Job titles include: tool and die maker apprentice, jig and fixture repairman, quality control inspector, machine operations specialist, CNC machinist, and general machine operator. Program prerequisites: Advanced Manufacturing degree completion and MAN 1201, Introduction to Machining, and MAN 2231, Introduction to CNC.

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FA2014
SP2015
MAC 1208
Interm. Machine Processes
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An introduction to the proper operation of lathes, mills, and drill presses. The student will read and interpret blueprint and machine parts/stock to standard tolerances up to +/- . 001". The student will also perform simple operations such as basic grinding, face, turn, bore, knurl, chamfer, center drill, tap, groove, cut tapers, adjust speeds and feeds, mill flat, square surfaces, and make slots. The use of layout tools and hand tools will be emphasized. The student will set up machines for simple operations and learn to adjust the machines to meet the quality requirement of the blueprint.

MAN 2210
Stamping and Molding
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This is an advanced class which facilitates the student to utilize the skills and knowledge learned in previous machine shop courses. Theory of stamping dies, molds, and EDM processes will be covered. The construction of small jigs, fixtures, dies and molds will also be taught. Successful completion of the course requires the student to be proficient with the standard machine shop tools, attachments, and appropriate procedures. PREREQUISITES: MAN 1201 Intro. to Machining and MAC 1208 Interm. Machine Processes or consent of instructor.

Term Total
12
Program Total
12


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