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2023 - 2024 Catalog Year
Computer Aided Manufacturing/Precision Machining (Part-time)

Degree: Associate of Applied Science
Division: Science, Mathematics and Engineering

This Sample Program Pathway is designed to provide an example of course selections in a term by term sequence. Please see an Academic Advisor for a plan specific to your academic needs.

Fall Semester (First Year)
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Description: The course focuses on the study and interpretation of the graphic language used in manufacturing and engineering. This will include principles of: shape description, axonometric projection, specifications, symbology and spatial relationships.The student will apply problem solving and critical thinking skills using both standard and automated communication methods. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Description: An introduction to the manufacturing processes used in the tooling and machining industry. Safety, mechanical hardware, hand tools, metrology, drill press, vertical mill, lathe, and the surface grinder will be the major focus of this course. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Description: Use ratio and proportion to solve applications in technology; convert within and between metric and customary systems of measurement; read and interpret measurement tools and gauges; simplify algebraic expressions; solve linear equations; apply the geometry of lines, angles, and circles to technology applications. Traditional testing (proctored or in Testing Center) is used in all online sections.

Prerequisites: MAT 0050 or Other (Satisfactory score on math placement test)

 

Term hours subtotal:

9

Spring Semester (First Year)
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Description:

This course will increase student’s proficiency in the use of manually operated machine shop equipment with an emphasis on high tolerance parts where precision machining is necessary for project completion. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Prerequisites: CAM 1109 and CAM 1107 and MAT 1110 or Approval of Department

Description: This course will cover machine safety, setup and operation of computer numerical control (CNC) milling machines and lathes. Adjusting tool and work offsets to hold part tolerances on both types of equipment. Calculation of spindle speeds and feed rates. Introduction to basic programming codes and development of CNC programs for three axis mills and two axis lathes. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Description: This course applies the principles of geometry and trigonometry and the computing of angles using law of sines and law of cosines dealing with situations encountered in the machining industry. It also gives a brief introduction to the calculations required in computer numerical control programming. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Prerequisites: MAT 1110

 

Term hours subtotal:

9

Summer Semester (First Year)
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Description: In English Composition I students learn reflective, analytical and argumentative writing strategies, incorporating sources and personal experience. Students will negotiate between public and private rhetorical situations and purposes to achieve academic literacy. They will write multiple drafts using a recursive writing process as they work toward fluency in style and mechanics.

Prerequisites: DEV 0035 or Other (Placement Test Score)

Description: American political system at the national level, including process of government; democratic theory and development of the U. S. Constitution; citizen participation through voting; interest groups and political parties; structure, functions and powers of legislative, executive and judicial branches; issues of civil liberties and equal rights.

Notes: Choose from any OTM Social & Behavioral Science Elective https://www.sinclair.edu/about/offices/provost/articulation-transfer/ohio-transfer-module/

 

Term hours subtotal:

6

Fall Semester (Second Year)
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Description: The second course in Advanced Machine Operation with a more in-depth lecture and lab in the manufacturing processes used in the tooling and machining industry. Safety, handtools, metrology, engine lathe, milling, sawing, and precision grinding, working within close tolerances along with assembly and fit will be the major focus of this course. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Prerequisites: CAM 1110 and Other (with a grade of C or better)

Description: Student will learn and be able to apply the various measurement techniques involving basic measuring instruments and tools such as calipers, micrometers, height and depth gauges, dial and test indicators, and gauge blocks; correct use and care of basic inspection instruments. Drawing or blueprint reading including an introduction to GD&T inspection techniques will be presented. Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM) and other precision measuring equipment will be introduced. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Description: Development of the people of the United States in political, social, economic, and cultural areas from pre-Columbian America through Reconstruction.

Notes: Choose from any OTM Arts & Humanities Elective https://www.sinclair.edu/about/offices/provost/articulation-transfer/ohio-transfer-module/

 

Term hours subtotal:

9

Spring Semester (Second Year)
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Description: Design theory, principles and drawing techniques for the tool design industry. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Prerequisites: CAM 2114

Description:

Operation and programming of conversational controlled lathe and milling machines. Includes programming and manufacturing a variety of machined parts utilizing ProtoTRAK two-axis and three-axis conversational CNC controls. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Prerequisites: CAM 1109 or CAM 1161

Description: Exploration of the development, maintenance and termination of interpersonal relationships. The focus is on effective verbal and nonverbal interactions between two people, highlighting methods of initiating and maintaining effective communication with, and understanding of, others through learning and applying interpersonal communication theory.

Prerequisites: DEV 0035 or Other (Any other college level English course)

 

Term hours subtotal:

9

Fall Semester (Third Year)
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Description:

Theory, principles and drawing techniques for the design of jigs and fixtures. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Prerequisites: CAM 1107 and CAM 1109 or CAM 1161

Description: This is an intermediate course covering the development of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programs for three axis milling machines including spindle controls, tool changes, linear and circular interpolation, drilling and tapping, subroutines, and G&M codes. Setup and operation of milling machines. Adjusting tool and work offsets to hold part tolerance. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Prerequisites: CAM 1109 or CAM 1161 and CAM 1116

Description: Introduction to the skills and competencies required to be an Industrial and Systems Engineer. Topics will include an introduction to organizational structure and lean processes, lean process development and improvement, data analysis and problem-solving, and teamwork. Integration of leadership and management methods within these skills is also introduced. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

 

Term hours subtotal:

9

Spring Semester (Third Year)
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Description:

Assessment of achievement by Precision Machining students in attaining program related outcomes with the completion of a comprehensive project. They will demonstrate the principles and practices of the Precision Machining major. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Notes: Spring Only - Department Permission Required

Prerequisites: CAM 1162 or CAM 2700 and CAM 2114 and CAM 2145 or Approval of Department

Description: Students earn credits toward degree requirements for work learning experience, especially related to a co-op experience. Ten co-op hours per credit hour per week.

Notes: Student must complete CAM-1107, CAM-1109, CAM-1110, CAM 1116 and MAT 1110 prior to doing an internship. Internship must be in the final term of the program. Student must meet with the CAM department prior to beginning the internship registration process.

Prerequisites: Approval of Department

Description: This course is a broad introduction to welding with in-depth hands-on labs to include SMAW, GMAW, OAW, GTAW, and Resistance, commonly known as MIG, TIG, Ox-acetylene, and Stick (ARC) welding along with other types of metal joining options and instruction to include sheet metal layout, shearing, bending, riveting, brazing and spot welding. Welding safety, personal protection equipment, special welding tools will be taught in-depth and used by the students within the lab setting. The student will apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to achieve the end results required using blue prints, verbal instructions or a combination of both. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Notes: OR CAM-2204 CNC Lathe Programming or ISE-1313 Coordinate Measurement or ISE-2240 Six Sigma: Green Belt

 

Term hours subtotal:

9

This information is for planning purposes only. Sinclair College will make every effort to offer curriculum listed above but reserves the right to change, add and cancel curriculum offerings for unforeseen circumstances. View current catalog.