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C566
Advanced CNC Programming (MANUF)
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Illinois Eastern Community Colleges Wabash Valley College Advanced CNC Programming (MANUF C566) Effective Term 201030 Computer control programmers and operators use computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines to cut and shape precision products. CNC machines operate by reading the code included in a computer controlled module, which drives the machine tool and performs the functions of forming and shaping a part. CNC machines include machining tools such as lathes, multi-axis spindles, milling machines, laser cutting machines, and wire electrical discharge machines. Program prerequisites: Advanced Manufacturing degree comletion, CAD 1210, Computer Aided Drafting I, and MAC 2231, Introduction to CNC.

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FA2014
SP2015
EGR 1131
Engineering Graphics and Design
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Introduction to engineering design and graphics, including sketching, computer aided drafting, dimensioning, tolerancing, multi-view orthographic representations, auxiliary views, section views, and working drawings. Design concepts such as adding features to aid in product manufacturability will also be discussed. Finite analysis of some models will be performed. Students are required to use CAD in this course.

MAC 2232
Advanced CNC Training
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The major emphasis of this course is the programming and operating of computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine tools. Laboratory experiences include writing and editing programs. Students will produce parts on both CNC milling machines and lathes. Also, the student will incorporate CAD-CAM. This technology eliminates the need for the CNC programmer to master the traditional M and G codes and dramatically shortens CNC programming time. PREREQUISITE: MAC 2231 Introduction to CNC.

MAN 2208
3D Contouring
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The major emphasis of this course is the programming and operating of computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine tools to produce parts from multi-axis simultaneous tool paths. Three dimensional bosses and pockets used in industries such as molding will be produced using advanced solid modeling and CAD-CAM techniques. PREREQUISITE: MAC 2232 Advanced CNC Training.

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