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CAD 240 - Applied Materials & Processes

Credits: 3
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 2
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Voc/Tech
Standard industrial raw materials and forming processes will be examined. Students will see various machining, forming and welding operations. Field trips to industry will be offered.
Prerequisite: CAD 152  
Competencies
  1. Identify standard materials.
    1. Identify ferrous materials.
    2. Identify non-ferrous materials.
    3. Identify elastomers.
  2. Discuss the casting process.
    1. Examine sand castings.
    2. Examine die castings.
    3. Discuss non-traditional castings.
    4. Discuss post-processing of castings.
  3. Analyze hot working metals.
    1. Discuss forgings and upset forgings.
    2. Identify hot rolled parts such as tubing and extrusions.
  4. Analyze cold working metals.
    1. Identify cold working materials.
    2. Discuss the cold drawing process.
    3. Examine cold drawn parts, such as tubing and wire.
    4. Discuss the cold-heading process.
  5. Discuss inspection measuring systems and instruments.
    1. Examine non-precision measuring systems.
    2. Examine semi-precision measuring systems.
    3. Examine precision measuring systems.
  6. Identify basic cutting tools.
    1. Examine basic turning tools, internal and external.
    2. Examine basic drills, counter bores, counter sinks, and reams.
    3. Examine basic vertical, horizontal, and profile mill cutters.
  7. Discuss basic turning operations.
    1. Identify lathe operations.
    2. Discuss safety precautions.
  8. Examine basic turning operations.
    1. Examine facing operation.
    2. Examine turning operation.
    3. Examine knurling operation.
    4. Examine drilling/boring operation.
  9. Discuss basic milling operations.
    1. Discuss up (climb) and down milling.
    2. Discuss vertical and horizontal mills.
    3. Discuss plunge cutting.
    4. Discuss shop safety.
  10. Examine basic sheet metal operations.
    1. Discuss punch press operations.
    2. Discuss brake bending operations.
    3. Discuss hand forming operations.
    4. Discuss safety precautions.
  11. Examine basic sheet metal bends.
    1. Examine bends equal to, less than, and greater than 90 degree bends.
    2. Examine compound bending.
  12. Examine basic welding.
    1. Examine basic fillet welds.
    2. Examine basic plug welds.
    3. Examine basic butt welds.
    4. Examine basic single-v welds.
    5. Examine basic double-v welds.
    6. Examine basic flare-v welds.
    7. Examine basic flange edge welds.
    8. Examine basic torch cutting.
    9. Discuss welding operation/application problems.
  13. Examine non-traditional fabrication methods.
    1. Discuss chemically milled parts.
    2. Discuss laser etched parts.
    3. Discuss discharged electrically milled parts.
  14. Identify standard plastics.
    1. Examine thermoset plastics.
    2. Examine thermoplastic plastics.
    3. Identify plastic operations such as injection molding.



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