Course No: MTEC.2030-041; SIS Class Nbr: 16142; SIS Term: 2910
Course Status: Open Added 10/4/19
This course is designed to introduce machine tool programming languages and their use in modern manufacturing. Emphasis will be placed upon students developing a formal understanding of the programming variables and constraints of Computer-Numerically Controlled manufacturing systems. Students will learn both introductory and advanced programming methods. Students will learn manual programming techniques developed from engineering drawings. Students will also learn manual programming techniques developed from engineering drawings. Students will also learn to use computer-based CAM software systems as well as computer based programming verification software. Mastercam, Esprit CAM, Autodesk CAM will be introduced in the course as exemplars of CAM software platforms. Vericut will be introduced as an exemplar of verification software.
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