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MET 102 Machine Processing, Theory and Application
Credit Hours:  5
Effective Term: Fall 2016
SUN#: None
AGEC: None
Credit Breakdown: 4 Lectures, 3 Labs
Times for Credit: 1
Grading Option: A/F Only

Description: Study and application of principles and theory of common metal removal processes including drilling, reaming, boring, milling, turning, and grinding. Cutting tool geometry and materials, cutting speeds and feeds, coolants, and precision measurement are covered.

Prerequisites: MET107 and MET109 or minimum score of 80% on related competency evaluation.

Corequisites: MET107 and MET109

Recommendations: None

Measurable Student Learning Outcomes
1. (Application Level) Use safe work habits. (I)
2. (Application Level) Operate precision measuring equipment including rules, calipers, and micrometers, gage blocks, etc. (II)
3. (Application Level) Perform basic operations and set-ups on an engine lathe. (III, IX)
4. (Application Level) Apply cutting tool geometry, materials, and basic sharpening principles when sharpening drills and lathe tool bits. (IV, IX)
5. (Application Level) Apply basic speeds and feeds rules and formulas. (IX, X, XI)
6. (Application Level) Perform set-up and operations on the vertical and horizontal milling machines. (IV, X, XI)
7. (Application Level) Perform principles and applications of drilling and boring machines. (V, XII)
8. (Application Level) Perform set-up and operations on the cylindrical and surface grinder. (VI, XIV)
9. (Application Level) Identify basic principles and application of cutoff and sawing machines. (VII, XIII)
10. (Application Level) Perform basic operations of specific shop equipment including hand tools, belt sanding, arbor press, and indexing devices. (VIII)
11. (Synthesis Level) Complete the Operator Certification Checklist with instructor. (I - XIV)

Internal/External Standards Accreditation