May 26, 2022  
2017-2018 
    
2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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MIT 240 - Manufacturing and Industrial Technology Capstone

Credits: 3
Demonstrates application based activities that tie previous manufacturing learning together. Incorporates skills learned in drafting, CAD CAM, and manual and CNC machining to complete a capstone project. Applies critical thinking skills in design, build and test of the product. Includes process planning, cost analysis and marketing as part of the capstone project. Requires a final presentation of product design and development. Must request approval from program coordinator to apply for capstone course one semester prior to enrollment.

Prerequisite(s): CAD 114 , and CAD 226 , and CNC 225  and instructor permission
Corequisite(s): None
Lecture Hours: 0 Lab Hours: 45
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Pass/NoCredit: No

Outcomes and Objectives
  1. Produce a 3D parametric model of a product and process for manufacturing.
    1. Use navigantional tools such as Rotate, Pan, and Zoom in the modeling mode.
    2. Modify the 3D solid using Cut, Fillet, Chamfer, and Shell features.
    3. Use Boolean editing features to modify 3D solid models.
    4. Analyze the shape of the model and determine which method(s) of producing 3D objects and which Boolean operations are necessary for the completion of the model.
    5. Use animation feature to demonstrate product performance.
    6. Create 3D Model of product using rapid prototype equipment.
  2. Use conventional and computer manufacturing equipment to produce product proto type.
    1. Use a variety of machining skills by completing product proto type.
    2. Select proper tooling for specific machining operations.
    3. Select proper work holding devices.
    4. Use precision measuring instruments to machine parts to tolerance.
  3. Design manufacturing process utilizing manual or automated systems for production of product.
    1. Identify and select the best type of machine for production.
    2. Identify and select automated transfer systems for production.
    3. Identify and select appropriate gaging and inspection processess for quality assurance.
  4. Create and deliver a presentation of the complete process of manufacturing the product.
    1. Use electronic media to create PowerPoint presentation of product and process.
    2. Deliver the presentation to panel of student peers and program discipline faculty.
      1. Demonstrate effective use of terminology.
      2. Demonstrate effective use of voice, posture, and eye contact.
      3. Demonstrate effective use of visual aids and technology.
    3. Incude the final product, process, and cost analysis.



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