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Information
4 Credits
Available Winter term
Lecture/Lab

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Pre- or Co-requisites
EENGR 213; ENGR 248;
 ENGR 321 or ENGR 321H;
ME 250; ME 382
Contact
Karl Haapala
541.737.3122
218A Dearborn Hall

Course Description

Students will develop a general understanding of the production engineering function within industry. Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, process design, and fixture and a gage design will be introduced and explored through the application of machining processes. Students will also develop an understanding of sustainable manufacturing.

Topics

  • Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing
  • Workholding
  • Sustainable production
  • Metal cutting

Learning Outcomes

The student, upon completion of this course, will be able to:

  1. Interpret and specify dimensional and geometric tolerances.
  2. Select starting stock materials for machining
  3. Specify machining process parameters and equipment requirements
  4. Develop a workholding tool design (Machining fixtures and jigs).
  5. Design a gage for evaluating machined features
  6. Prepare routing sheets and operation sheets for machining