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Course Information and Descriptions
MTT 111 Machine Shop I (2-3)
3 Hours
Designed as an introduction to machining and machine shop
practices.
Study topics include hand tools, speeds and feeds, measurement,
Taps and Dies, cutoff machines and general safety. Student will learn
to setup and operate traditional metal cutting machines such as
Drilling, Turning, Milling and Grinding machines. Practical labs are
included.
Course fee
3 Hours
MTT 112 Machining Principles (2-2)
Theory and practices involved in the safety and operation of
traditional metal cutting machine tools and their appropriate tooling.
Student will be expected to do a practical setup and operation on a
manual Mill, Lathe, and Drill press. Some CNC milling and Wire
EDM applications are also included
Typically offered fall only
MTT 113 Grinding Technology (2-2)
3 Hours
Designed to provide the student with grinding theory and practice.
Surface, cutter, sine plate, form and cutter grinding are included.
Course fee
Typically offered fall only
Typically offered even years only.
MTT 115 Introduction to Die Making (3-0)
3 Hours
Presents the student with the basic fundamentals of die construction,
function and die components.
Note: Machine shop skills and basic shop mathematics are strongly
recommended.
Prerequisite: MTT 110
Course fee
Typically offered spring only
Typically offered odd years only.
MTT 116 Introduction to Moldmaking (3-0)
3 Hours
Designed to provide the student with basic fundamentals of mold
construction and components.
Note: Machine shop skills and basic shop mathematics are strongly
recommended.
Prerequisite: MTT 110
Course fee
Typically offered spring only
Typically offered even years only.
MTT 210 Machine Shop II (1-4)
3 Hours
Designed as a continuation of material and information presented in
Machine Shop I. Additional topics of study include advanced
operations on the lathe and vertical milling machine, grinding, EDM,
heat treating and materials usage.
Note: Shop math skills or MTH 115 is strongly recommended.
Prerequisite: MTT 111
Course fee
Typically offered spring only
MTT 211 Jig and Fixture Design (2-2)
3 Hours
Designed to familiarize the student with the design fundamentals of
drill jigs and milling, lathe, assembly, and grinding fixtures.
Prerequisites: MTT 110 and MTT 210
Course fee
Typically offered spring only
Typically offered odd years only.
296
MTT 212
Precision Machining/NIMS
3 Hours
Credentialing (1-4)
Designed to provide a National Credentialing studies class, this
course will give each student an opportunity to demonstrate handson competency and related theory based on NIMS (National Institute
of Metalworking Skills) nationally validated standards. The
credentials are awarded on satisfactory completion of both the
performance testing (producing precision parts on the machines) and
the online related theory exams. Lectures and homework will focus
on practical procedures and written test preparation. The fees for
NIMS registration and 5 National Credentialing Exams are reflected
in the Lab fee.
Prerequisite: MTT 210 or consent of instructor
Course fee
Typically offered fall only
Typically offered even years only.
MTT 215 Die Making II (2-2)
3 Hours
A continuation of Diemaking I. Students build a punch press die,
sharpen the tools and manufacture a part in class.
Note: Students with Machine Shop experience may contact the
department chair if interested in alternative methods of meeting the
prerequisite.
Prerequisites: MTT 115
Course fee
Typically offered fall only
Typically offered odd years only.
MTT 216 Moldmaking II (2-2)
3 Hours
Designed for students to learn advanced mold components,
moldmaking, advanced mold techniques and understanding of
plastics. The nature of this course will range from basic knowledge
of plastics to actually building a small mold and molding it.
Note: Students with Machine Shop experience may contact the
department chair if interested in alternative methods of meeting the
prerequisite.
Prerequisite: MTT 116
Course fee
Typically offered fall only
Typically offered even years only.
Manufacturing Technology (MFG)
Engineering, Math and Physical Sciences Division,
Room T102, (847) 543-2044
MFG 112 Work Simplification (3-0)
3 Hours
Principles of job analysis and productivity measurement and
improvement in techniques used in the work place are discussed and
evaluated. Specific techniques studied include motivation and job
enrichment, motion and time study, process flow charts and
production system evaluation.
Note: Prior completion of Technical Mathematics I (MTH117) or
higher is strongly recommended.