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DSGN 345: Computer-Aided Manufacturing (1/2 unit)

Description

This half-unit course on CAM uses the NX manufacturing environment to program machining operations for CNC milling. You will learn the basics of creating a manufacturing setup using parts and blanks, and establishing various machining operations to machine everything from simple parts to complex surfaces. We review basic design for manufacturing, general machining rules, and the NX manufacturing environment, including various types of operations, tool generation, and establishing proper manufacturing geometry.

Classes balance lecture and software use so you can familiarize yourself with NX manufacturing. For a final project, you will design and manufacture the modeling, g-code generation, and CNC manufacturing of a simple part.

DSGN 345 topics are independent of any other course.

Teaching method: 50% lecture and 50% software use.

Prerequisites

DSGN 106-1 & 106-2 AND DSGN 240 or DSGN 245, or Instructor consent

Quarter Offered

Fall

DSGN 345 Computer Aided Manufacturing (1/2 unit)
Meets Tuesday, 6:30-9:30 pm in Tech MG47 for the first five weeks
InstructorMichael Beltran

Spring

DSGN 345 Computer Aided Manufacturing (1/2 unit)
Meets Tuesday, 6-9 pm in Tech MG47 for the second five weeks
InstructorMichael Beltran

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