Prerequisites/Corequisites: # Take ENGR-250 or ENGR-252 # Take ENGR-220 ENGR-301 MATH-202. (Required, Previous).
Credit Hours: Min: 4; Max:
Description: An overview of manufacturing processes primarily for metals and alloys, focusing on fabrication and joining processes. Emphasis will be placed on process capabilities and limitations, with calculation of process parameters for select processes. Also includes topics in additive manufacturing, heat treatment, product design and process planning, design-for-manufacture/assembly, numerical control, and inspection. The laboratory experience will provide manual and computer-aided process techniques, including assembly, machining, casting, welding, sheet metal forming, powder metallurgy, and inspection.