Machine Shop Technology - Manufacturing Technology II
This curriculum prepares students to seek employment as an intermediate entry-level machine operator. Emphasis is on intermediate skills: milling and lathe operations including long tapers, inside and outside radius, single point threading, counter bores, steps, knurling. Production drilling of multiple parts introduction to surface grinding including grinding multiple parts parallel in size. Intermediate inspection techniques. Note: Mach 220B-L requires enrollment in or completion of the preceding course in this sequence.
An Occupational Skills Certificate is awarded upon completion with a grade of C or better.
- Demonstrate skills and knowledge at the intermediate level in: milling and lathe operations including long tapers, inside and outside radius, single point threading, counter bores, steps, knurling, and drilling and grinding of multiple parts.
- Secure employment as an intermediate-level machine operator.
Requirements for the Occupational Skills Certificate
Required Units: 15
- MACH 220E - Advanced Milling Operations II (3)
- MACH 220F - Advanced Lathe Operations (3)
- MACH 220G - Production Technology I (3)
- MACH 220H - Production Technology II (3)
- DT 008A - Introduction to Digital Design and Fabrication (3)
- DT 008B - Intermediate Digital Design and Fabrication (3)
- DT 008C - Advanced Systems Design and Fabrication (4)
- DT 017 - Building Construction Technical Graphics
- DT 118 - A/E/C Modeling (3)
- MACH 230 - Computer Numerical Control (3)
- PHYS 010 - Descriptive Introduction to Physics (3)
- PHYS 010L - Descriptive Physics in the Laboratory (10
- WELD 044A - Introduction to Gas Welding (1)
- WELD 044B - Introduction to Electric Arc Welding (1)