Interpreting metal fab drawings is a course that introduces the principles of interpretation and application of industrial fabrication drawings. Basic principles and techniques of metal fabrication are introduced by planning and construction of fixtures used in fabrication from drawings. Basic tools and equipment for layout fitting of welded fabrications are utilized. Covers the use and application of the AWS welding symbols. This course will utilize blueprints and welding symbols and will apply them in classroom and in shop as practical assignments.
The Machinist/CNC Technology program is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to gain employment in the manufacturing industry. The first year of the program will focus on skills used in a modern machine shop: machine shop math, blueprint reading, and conventional machine tool theory and lab. An assessment (challenge exam) for prior learning credit for blueprint reading is included.
This video from KET traces the energy transformations that occur when coal is burned to produce electricity. Some of the mechanical processes are also described.
The Wisc-Online open educational resource library contains 25 free learning objects that can help you learn, study, or teach Manufacturing & Engineering - available to teachers and students under a Creative Commons license.
This textbook provides an introduction to the important area of manufacturing processes. This text will explain the hows, whys, and whens of various machining operations, set-ups, and procedures. Throughout this text, you will learn how machine tools operate, and when to use one particular machine instead of another. It is organized for students who plan to enter the manufacturing technology field and for those who wish to develop the skills, techniques, and knowledge essential for advancement in this occupational cluster. The organization and contents of this text focus primarily on theory and practice.
Syllabus for Materials Science course that also uses:
Material Science FlexBook: https://flexbooks.ck12.org/user:bw9ycmlzdgvabglubmjlbnrvbi5lzhu./cbook/material-science/
NSF Materials Science and Technology module: http://matse1.matse.illinois.edu/metals/intro.html
NDT Resource Center: https://www.nde-ed.org/EducationResources/CommunityCollege/Materials/cc_mat_index.htm
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Identify property classifications of various materials to determine their applicability for use.
Apply knowledge of subatomic, atomic, molecular, crystal and grain structures to materials science.
Identify materials commonly used in the manufacturing environment and safety/health issues.
Understand heat treating of ferrous metals and determine hardness.
Read and understand Safety Data Sheets (SDS).
The Open Source movement revolutionized the way computer systems were developed and how companies made their businesses. Its philosophy requires that all source code should be freely shared, so that as many people as possible can use, change, learn, and improve upon it. In recent years the increasing availability and low costs of electronic components, processors and 3D printers meant that an open model of development has taken root also in the world of hardware, including the development of scientific lab equipment. The implications for research can hardly be overstated: Open Labware designs are almost always cheaper than closed source ones, allow for distributed development and, critically, customization by the end user, the lab scientist. PLOS welcomes submissions in this field.
Students will work through a manufacturing work flow simulation by making paper airplanes to meet a quota within a specific time frame.
We will be using three primary resources.We will use the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Federal Requirements) to navigate and search for PIT (Powered Industrial Trucks) requirements.We will use the https://www.dir.ca.gov/dosh/ State of California Department of Industrial Relations - since this is a California based course.We will use a short safety videos from You Tube that ilustrates the safe operation of PIT.
This textbook was created for Austin Community College's Biotechnology Program online course: Quality Assurance for the Biosciences, BITC1340. The 10-chapter activity eBook covers quality assurance topics ranging from the history of quality and regulations in the US, an overview of the FDA and its structure and function, and the approval process for a variety of biotechnology products such as food, drugs, and medical devices. Throughout the eBook are exploratory activities, videos, and case studies.
This Book is a Open Education Resource (OER) and is Research Guide on Cultured Meat providing the details of Research Articles, Books, Conferences along with Abstract and Citation Database from the time period of 1985 to 2022.This study resource is a unique resource to gain deeper understanding of research and development relating to cultured meat sector.
This Book is an Open Education Resource (OER) and is Research Guide on Fermentation Based Food relating to Alternative Protein and Meat analogs or Meat alternatives, providing the details of Research Articles, Books, Conferences along with Abstract and Citation Database from the time period of 1997 to 2022.This study resource is a unique resource to gain deeper understanding of research and development relating to Fermentation Based Food relating to Alternative Protein and Meat alternatives.
This Book is an Open Education Resource (OER) and is Research Guide on Plant Based Food relating to Alternative Protein and Meat analogs or Meat alternatives, providing the details of Research Articles, Books, Conferences along with Abstract and Citation Database from the time period of 1975 to 2022.This study resource is a unique resource to gain deeper understanding of research and development relating to Plant Based Food relating to Alternative Protein and Meat alternatives.
Published in 1986, this Kennedy School case tells the story of Harley-Davidson's application to the ITC for temporary relief from high levels of imported Japanese motorcycles. The case lays out, in considerable detail, Harley's justification for protection and the Japanese manufacturers' counterarguments. The case is presented in two parts, the first focusing on the extent of the "injury" an the second on the nature of the relief Harley requested.
Students in groups of two will use an EV3 kit, EV3 accessories kit and Microbit. To Create a robotic golf putter. The putter will use a Microbit to read and analyze its acceleration. The robot will be allowed to travel up to 2’ to strike the ball to make a 6-8’ putt.
SLAM is a Learning Repository for Advanced Manufacturing Technology using 40 years of AMT materials contributed by Dr. Wysk and others willing to share their teaching materials. The intent of STAM is to improve AMT instruction and get new AMT methods into the classroom more quickly. Special thanks to NSF for their support of DUE-1841441.
In this lesson, students will learn about the safety hazards associated with the small engines shop. Students will learn how to avoid those safety hazards to operate the safest learning environment.
All models digitized by the Smithsonian Museum. 3D Models are downloadable in several formats for use in various 3D Modeling programs. The model viewer on the Smithsonian 3D Digitization page allows for embedding the used model viewer.