ETI2411C - Manufacturing Process (AS)
3 credits (2 lecture hours, 2 lab hours)
This course is an introduction to the materials, processes and systems that comprise the basic bulding blocks of modern manufacturing. The student will learn to identify and distinguish appropriate materials and processing selections given general performance needs and production rates. Physical and mechanical material properties are covered, along with the equipment and processing methods used in modern manufacturing. Design for manufacturing and advances in nanomanufacturing technology will also be covered. Hands-on experiments will include testing for strength of materials, material hardness comparison, additive manufacturing, first article inspection methods, and engineering metrology applied to manufacturing.
Prerequisites: ETI1830, ETI2110 (with a grade of C or higher)