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Applied Machine Shop Math 1 (MTTC 1015)

Total Credits:  2   Lecture Credits:  2  
Description:  Both machine-shop math and linear-measurement theory are presented in this course. Common fractions and mixed numbers are added, subtracted, multiplied and divided. Decimal fractions are also studied in a similar manner. Powers and roots of numbers are used to compute areas and volumes of geometric figures. English and metric units of measurement are studied as they are applied to steel rules, vernier calipers, micrometers, and gage blocks. Standard machine-shop calculations involving speeds, feeds, thread and taper calculations are computed.
Prerequisites:  Placement score into MATH 0070
Co-requisites:  MTTC 1100, MTTC 1105, and MTTC 1110

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Introduction to Lathes (MTTC 1100)

Total Credits:  5   Lecture Credits:  1   Lab Credits:  4  
Description:  This course introduces basic lathe operations and turning projects. You will learn the English (standard) and Metric precision measuring instruments and practices. Emphasis will be given on how to achieve an acceptable level of quality control during inspection.
Prerequisites:  Placement score into READ 0100 or completion of ESOL 0042
Co-requisites:  MTTC 1015, MTTC 1105, and MTTC 1110

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Introduction to Milling (MTTC 1105)

Total Credits:  6   Lecture Credits:  1   Lab Credits:  5  
Description:  This course will cover proper use of hand tools and lay-out procedures and will utilize saws vertical and horizontal to complete projects. You will learn drill press operations and executing functions, including drilling, tapping, countersinking, and counterboring. You will be introduced to proper grinding and sharpening of cutting tools. You will also be introduced to basic milling operations and projects.
Prerequisites:  Placement score into READ 0100 or completion of ESOL 0042
Co-requisites:  MTTC 1015, MTTC 1100, and MTTC 1110

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Blueprint Reading (MTTC 1110)

Total Credits:  3   Lecture Credits:  3  
Description:  This course covers Blueprint reading principles, starting with the basic understanding of third angle projection. You will learn title block usage, dimensioning, and sectional views. You will also learn advanced blueprint reading including auxiliary views, rotated projections, and assembly drawings.
Prerequisites:  Placement score into READ 0100 or completion of ESOL 0042
Co-requisites:  MTTC 1015, MTTC 1100, and MTTC 1105

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Advanced Lathe and Introduction to CNC (MTTC 1500)

Total Credits:  4   Lecture Credits:  1   Lab Credits:  3  
Description:  This course will cover manual turning theory, safe operating practices, and tool selection. You will learn about lathe topics ranging from lathe nomenclature, turning operations, cutting speeds and feeds, and work holding setups. You will also learn other procedures including but not limited to, threading, and form cutting processes. You will produce parts to demonstrate comprehension of setup, operation, and inspection per print. In addition, you will be introduced to CNC Lathe operation and nomenclature.
Prerequisites:  MTTC 1015, MTTC 1100, MTTC 1105 and MTTC 1110
Co-requisites:  MTTC 1505, MTTC 1515, and MTTC 2020

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Advanced Mill and Introduction to CNC (MTTC 1505)

Total Credits:  5   Lecture Credits:  1   Lab Credits:  4  
Description:  This course covers manual milling, safe operating practices, and tool selection. You will learn about topics such as cutting tools, vertical mill nomenclature, machining operations, cutting speeds and feeds, work holding and set-up procedures. You will produce parts to show your understanding of the manual mill operation. When advancing through the projects you will be introduced to Conversational Milling controlled machines.
Prerequisites:  MTTC 1015, MTTC 1100, MTTC 1105, and MTTC 1110
Co-requisites:  MTTC 1500, MTTC 1515, and MTTC 2020

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Applied Machine Shop Math 2 (MTTC 1515)

Total Credits:  2   Lecture Credits:  2  
Description:  The course is designed to teach you to apply algebra, geometry and trigonometry to obtain correct part dimensions from blueprints.
Prerequisites:  MTTC 1015, MTTC 1100, MTTC 1105, and MTTC 1110
Co-requisites:  MTTC 1500, MTTC 1505, and MTTC 2020

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Precision Grinding (MTTC 2005)

Total Credits:  4   Lecture Credits:  1   Lab Credits:  3  
Description:  You will learn theory for both surface and cylindrical grinding, and you will apply theory to produce surface and cylindrical ground parts.
Prerequisites:  MTTC 1500, MTTC 1505, MTTC 1515, and MTTC 2020
Co-requisites:  MTTC 2035

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Geometric Tolerancing (MTTC 2020)

Total Credits:  2   Lecture Credits:  2  
Description:  This course teaches interpretation of geometric symbols and terminology in modern blueprints as related to the form, fit, and function of manufactured parts.
Prerequisites:  MTTC 1015, MTTC 1100, MTTC 1105, and MTTC 1110
Co-requisites:  MTTC 1500, MTTC 1505, and MTTC 1515

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CNC Programming and Operational Concepts (MTTC 2030)

Total Credits:  6   Lecture Credits:  3   Lab Credits:  3  
Description:  In this course, you will perform basic CNC (Computer Numerical Control) programming and operation, utilizing CAD/CAM software. You will apply your knowledge of G-Code language in troubleshooting at the control interface of the machine.
Prerequisites:  MTTC 1500, MTTC 1505, MTTC 1515, and MTTC 2020
Co-requisites:  MTTC 2005

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CNC Programming and Operational Concepts (MTTC 2035)

Total Credits:  4   Lecture Credits:  3   Lab Credits:  1  
Description:  In this course, you will perform basic CNC (Computer Numerical Control) programming and operation, including word address programming and absolute positioning.
Prerequisites:  MTTC 1535 or Instructor Approval

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CNC Machine Setup and Operation (MTTC 2100)

Total Credits:  6   Lecture Credits:  1   Lab Credits:  5  
Description:  This course will consist of CNC programming, setup, operation for milling and lathe applications. You will create programs using proper tooling selections and machine setups. You will also identify processes that will machine the part/project efficiently while improving tool path and or setup.
Prerequisites:  MTTC 2005 and MTTC 2035

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