Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Computer-Assisted Manufacturing (CAM) have become standard tools used almost wherever CNC production in metalworking takes place. Students will use the CAD/CAM software to build geometry, tool and material libraries, and define cutting paths/patterns. Post-processing of these CAD/CAM files will generate CNC programs in machine-specific G-code format. PREREQUISITE: 32420361 Introduction to CAD/CAM or consent of instructor.

Pre-Requisites
Machine Tool Theory 1
Introduction to CAD/CAM
Classes
  • CAD/CAM Applications (61960)
    Web-Enhanced
    Superior
    8/28/2019 - 12/19/2019
    Days & Times: Wed: 3:30 PM - 5:20 PM
    Dates: 8/28/2019 - 12/18/2019
    Facility: 118 Comp Machine Tool Lab Sup
    Instructor: Jeffrey Rosburg
    Days & Times: Wed: 3:30 PM - 5:20 PM
    Dates: 8/28/2019 - 12/18/2019
    Facility: 118A Machine Tool Classrm Sup
    Instructor: Jeffrey Rosburg
    Days & Times: Thurs: 2:30 PM - 4:20 PM
    Dates: 8/29/2019 - 12/19/2019
    Facility: 118 Comp Machine Tool Lab Sup
    Instructor: Jeffrey Rosburg
    Days & Times: Thurs: 2:30 PM - 4:20 PM
    Dates: 8/29/2019 - 12/19/2019
    Facility: 118A Machine Tool Classrm Sup
    Instructor: Jeffrey Rosburg
    Tuition: $368.50
    Status: Closed
    Seats Available: N/A
  • CAD/CAM Applications (23348)
    Web-Enhanced
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    1/21/2020 - 5/13/2020
    Days & Times: Tues: 12:30 PM - 2:50 PM
    Dates: 1/21/2020 - 5/12/2020
    Facility: 177 CAD Lab Rice Lake
    Instructor: Richard Becker
    Days & Times: Wed: 12:30 PM - 1:50 PM
    Dates: 1/22/2020 - 5/13/2020
    Facility: 177 CAD Lab Rice Lake
    Instructor: Richard Becker
    Tuition: $368.50
    Status: Active
    Seats Available: 17

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  • CNC Turning Operations Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #32420313

    CNC turning centers produce many of the cylindrical shapes machined in production machine shops today. This course will include machine/control familiarization, machine startup procedures, program transfers, work holding preparation, tooling preparation, setting tooling offsets, and part origins. In addition, students learn how to run the first part including dry runs and making minor tool offset adjustments. PREREQUISITE: 32420365 CNC Fundamentals or consent of instructor.

    Superior

    Spring 2020

  • Transition to Trainer Continuing Education

    CATALOG #47455401

    Introduces students to the tools of a jobsite trainer. Students will explore the role of a journey worker/trainer, discover how to deliver hands-on training and examine the process for giving useful feedback.

    Rice Lake

    Spring 2020

  • CNC Turning - Basic Operations and Programming Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #32444300

    This course includes the operation of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) lathes and turning centers including calling up programs, loading and unloading parts, part inspection, and monitoring tool wear. The use of process plans, inspection sheets and set up guides will also be covered. This course will also provide an introduction to planning and writing programs for CNC turning centers using standard G and M codes. Learners will set up work pieces in machines, enter programs, set tool offsets, enter tool compensation, and complete part projects.

    Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • CNC Milling - Basic Operation and Programming Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #32444301

    This course includes the operation of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) mills and machining centers including calling up programs, loading and unloading parts, part inspection, and monitoring tool wear. The use of process plans, inspection sheets, and set up guides will also be covered. This course will provide an introduction to planning and writing programs for CNC mills and machining centers using standard G and M codes. Learners will set up work pieces in machines, enter programs, set tool offsets, enter work offsets, and complete part projects.

    Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Machining - Fundamentals and Drilling Processes Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #32444302

    This course will provide the basic machining information needed by the learner in subsequent CNC Machine Tool Operation courses. It will also provide instruction and practice in the use of sawing and drilling machines and related processes.

    Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Machining - Turning Processes Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #32444303

    This course will provide basic instruction and practice in the use of lathes and various turning machines. Students will learn about lathes, associated processes, turning tools, and related safety/maintenance issues.

    Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Machining - Milling Processes Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #32444304

    This course will provide instruction and practice in the use of milling machines and various processes performed on them. Students will learn about mills, associated processes, milling machine tooling, and related safety/maintenance issues.

    Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Machining - Surface Grinding Processes Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #32444305

    This course will provide instruction and practice in the use of the manual surface grinder and various surface grinding processes.

    Rice Lake

    Spring 2020

  • CNC Milling - Advanced Operation and Programming Undergraduate | 4 Credits

    CATALOG #32444306

    The advanced setup and operation of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining centers is covered in this course. Applications include selection of tools and workholding devices, setting tool offsets and work offsets, calling up programs, proofing programs, making edits and machine adjustments. Advanced level programming for CNC machining centers is also covered in this course. Learners will write programs at the machine and computer, enter offsets and compensation, and machine multiple parts to prove out programs.

    Rice Lake

    Spring 2020

  • CNC Turning - Advanced Operation and Programming Undergraduate | 4 Credits

    CATALOG #32444307

    The advanced setup of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) turning centers is covered in this course. Applications include selection of tools and workholding devices, setting tool offsets and work coordinate positions, calling programs, proofing programs, making edits and machine adjustments. Advanced level programming for CNC turning centers is also covered in this course. Learners will write programs at the machine and computer, enter offsets and tool compensation, and machine multiple parts to prove out programs.

    Rice Lake

    Spring 2020

  • Gears, Belts and Chain Drives Undergraduate | 1 Credit

    CATALOG #32462320

    This course is designed to introduce the student to the applications of gears, belts, and chain drives used in industry. Instruction will be given in the basic principles of operation, installation, preventive maintenance, and repair procedures of these components to industry standards.

    Superior

    Fall 2019

  • Conveyors (WBL) Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #32462321

    This course is designed to introduce the student to bulk handling belt conveyor systems common to many industries. While examining the different systems used that make up an effective belt conveyor, the student will design a system of their own. Standard applications, preventive maintenance, repair, and installation of conveyors will be the focus of this course. The screw, flat belt, and roller conveyors will also be examined. A strong background in mechanical drive and fabrication is recommended.

    Superior

    Fall 2019

  • Conveyor Systems Repair Lab Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #32462322

    This course is designed to provide a "real" work-like environment where the student is placed in a team environment to build a conveyor from the design that was created in the conveyors theory class. All welding, machining, and the fabrication of the conveyor will be done by the team. The ordering of parts and components, along with creating a journal of the project, will be a team function. COREQUISITE: 32462321 Conveyors (WBL).

    Superior

    Fall 2019

  • Fluid Systems Repair Lab (WBL) Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #32462330

    This course is designed to give the student a chance to apply fluid power system skills in a shop environment. Students will work on projects that will require troubleshooting of fluid systems and components, and construction of fluid systems common to industry. COREQUISITES: 32419301 Hydraulics/Pneumatics, 32462308 Piping Systems, and 32462309 Pump Applications.

    Superior

    Spring 2020

  • Introduction to Robotics Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #32454366

    This course presents an overview of robotics in practice and research with topics including vision, motion planning, mobile mechanisms, kinematics, inverse kinematics, and sensors. PREREQUISITES: 32414335 DC Electricity and 32414336 AC Electricity.

    New Richmond

    Fall 2019

  • Fundamentals of Plastics Processing Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #50463716

    This course provide the injection mold setup person with an examination of plastics properties and structures; explores plastics processing and manufacturing; and reviews material selection and testing, material drying, and polymer heating, flow and solidification. Techniques for troubleshooting processes are introduced.

    New Richmond

    Fall 2019

  • Plastic Process Design & Troubleshooting Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #50463717

    Study various molding processes, including the injection molding process, during this course for the injection mold set up apprentice. This course provides the injection mold setup person with an examination of process optimization, quality, product testing, scientific injection molding principles, and fundamentals of learning manufacturing. Project based activities will help develop problem-solving and troubleshooting skills in the apprentices’ final semester of related instruction.

    New Richmond

    Spring 2020

  • Machine Tool Operation 1 Undergraduate | 4 Credits

    CATALOG #32420325

    Students will be assigned introductory, specifically designed projects that will be machined using the engine lathe, milling machine, drill press, and various saws. Students will be in a job-like setting. The capability and safe use of machine tools will be stressed.

    Ashland, Superior

    Fall 2019, Spring 2020

  • Machine Tool Operation 2 Undergraduate | 4 Credits

    CATALOG #32420326

    Students will be assigned basic, specifically designed projects that will be machined using the engine lathe, milling machine, drill press, and various saws. Students will also machine parts on conversationally-programmed CNC lathes and vertical mills. Students will be in a job-like setting. The capability and safe use of machine tools will be stressed. COREQUISITE: 32420325 Machine Tool Operation 1.

    Ashland, Superior

    Fall 2019, Spring 2020

  • Machine Tool Theory 1 Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #32420329

    This course will cover the basic principles of machine tool theory. The course will emphasize safety in the machine shop, measurement, metal cutting technology, basic lathe and mill operations, drilling machines, saws, layout procedures, and an introduction to CNC machining. The capability and safe use of machine tools will be stressed.

    Ashland, Superior

    Fall 2019, Spring 2020

  • Machine Tool Operation 3 Undergraduate | 4 Credits

    CATALOG #32420327

    A continuation of Machine Tool Operation featuring advanced operations on milling machines, grinders, lathes, and drill presses. CNC operation and programming on a vertical mill and a turning center are introduced. Also included are machine maintenance and precision measurement. The capability and safe use of machine tools will be stressed. PREREQUISITE: 32420326 Machine Tool Operation 2.

    Ashland

    Fall 2019, Spring 2020

  • Machine Tool Operation 4 (WBL) Undergraduate | 4 Credits

    CATALOG #32420328

    Machine Tool Operation 4 features advanced operations on milling machines, grinders, lathes, and drill presses. CNC programming and operation on vertical mills and turning centers will be emphasized. The capability and safe use of machine tools will be stressed. COREQUISITE: 32420327 Machine Tool Operation 3.

    Ashland

    Fall 2019, Spring 2020

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