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ETME Course Outcomes

 

ETME 1010 - Robotics and Control

  • Give the student a fundamental understanding of the field of robotics
  • Give the student the ability to program and operate the IBM 7545 robot.
  • Give the student the ability to program and operate the SCORBOT ERIII robot.
  • Give the student the ability to program and operate the LAB-VOLT MODEL 5250 robot.
  • The student should have the ability to integrate sensor technology and other external devices into the robot system.

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ETME 1020 -  Introduction to Manufacturing Processes

At the completion of this course, a student should be able to:

  • Safely setup and operate conventional machine tools
  • Identify the three basic machining axes
  • Identify part Datum's
  • Use precession measuring tools, measuring to a precision of one thousand of an inch
  • Use dial indicators in the inspection and setup of projects
  • Calculate machining speeds and feeds for machining operations
  • Interpret part blueprints for machining speculations and operations
  • Produce a project methods sheet
  • Select the correct cutting tools based on the machining operation
  • Select the correct cutting tool holders based on the machining operations
  • Safely use hand tools and their accessories

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ETME-2310 Automated Systems

  • Student will have an understanding of the manufacturing enterprise and manufacturing systems
  • Student will have an understanding of automation
  • Student will develop efficient manufacturing systems using analytical techniques
  • Student will have an understanding of automatic assembly transfer lines and vibratory and mechanical feeders
  • Student will have an understanding of automated guided vehicles (AGVs) and automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS)
  • Student will have an understanding of when to use production support machines and systems

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ETME 2930 - Industrial Materials

  • Introduce the student to characteristics of different materials systems.
  • Introduce the student to types of heat treatments.
  • Introduce the student to the mechanical properties of metals.
  • Introduce the student to materials testing techniques.
  • Student will obtain an introductory understanding of the characteristics of different materials systems.
  • Student will obtain knowledge of the mechanical properties of metals.
  • Student will learn the types of heat treatments and when to use each.
  • Student will be able to perform and understand various materials testing techniques.

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