MET-230 - CAM 2

3 credits

CAM II continues the technology learned in CAM I. After a review of CAM I, students learn how to create parts which require special fixtures and multiple operations. 3D Solid models are used exclusively throughout the semester to parallel state-of-the-art manufacturing environments. Standard machine holding devices such as vises and chucks are included with the fixtures as students graphically create the operation setups for a CNC mill and lathe. In addition, fourth-axis mill programming is included in the semester.

Prerequisite(s): MET 130 (C or better; must have completed within last two years or with permission of instructor).

Corequisite(s): MET-231 

Previously known as: MECH-438