May 26, 2022
MIT 240 - Manufacturing and Industrial Technology CapstoneCredits: 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
Lecture Hours: 0 Lab Hours: 45
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Outcomes and Objectives
- Produce a 3D parametric model of a product and process for manufacturing.
- Use navigantional tools such as Rotate, Pan, and Zoom in the modeling mode.
- Modify the 3D solid using Cut, Fillet, Chamfer, and Shell features.
- Use Boolean editing features to modify 3D solid models.
- 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.
- Use animation feature to demonstrate product performance.
- Create 3D Model of product using rapid prototype equipment.
- Use conventional and computer manufacturing equipment to produce product proto type.
- Use a variety of machining skills by completing product proto type.
- Select proper tooling for specific machining operations.
- Select proper work holding devices.
- Use precision measuring instruments to machine parts to tolerance.
- Design manufacturing process utilizing manual or automated systems for production of product.
- Identify and select the best type of machine for production.
- Identify and select automated transfer systems for production.
- Identify and select appropriate gaging and inspection processess for quality assurance.
- Create and deliver a presentation of the complete process of manufacturing the product.
- Use electronic media to create PowerPoint presentation of product and process.
- Deliver the presentation to panel of student peers and program discipline faculty.
- Demonstrate effective use of terminology.
- Demonstrate effective use of voice, posture, and eye contact.
- Demonstrate effective use of visual aids and technology.
- Incude the final product, process, and cost analysis.
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