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Machine Trades


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MASP 071MACHINE SHOP SUPPORT I1.0 CR  

Introduces machine shop practices. This theory course addresses topics such as the appropriate uses and safe operation of basic hand tools, saws, bench grinders, drill press and the engine lathe. Concurrent enrollment in MASP 111 required.

Prerequisite: None


MASP 072MACHINE SHOP SUPPORT II1.0 CR  

Introduces machine shop practices. This theory course addresses topics such as basic metallurgy and the appropriate uses and safe operation of milling machines and grinding machines. Concurrent enrollment in MASP 111 required.

Prerequisite: None


MASP 107MACHINING FOR RELATED OCCUPATIONS6.0 CRRE   S, F, W, Sp

This course will expose students to three basic types of machine tools as well as general shop safety, layout, cutting tool geometry, and precision measuring. The three areas of focus will be hole operations such as drilling, reaming, and tapping, engine lathe operations turning, facing, and boring, the basic operation of the vertical milling machine.

Prerequisite: None


MASP 111MACHINE SHOP I10.0 CRRE   S, F, W, Sp

Designed to introduce the beginning student to the safe operation of basic hand tools, saws, bench grinders, drill press and the engine lathe. The student will use these tools to complete basic projects designed to use the equipment in a wide variety of operations to develop basic skills.

Prerequisite: None


MASP 112MACHINE SHOP II10.0 CRRE   S, F, W, Sp

Continues building skills learned in MASP 111, while expanding the scope to include more advanced procedures on equipment used in the previous class. This class also introduces new equipment such as a shaper and surface grinder, along with tools and procedures required for their safe operation.

Prerequisite: 10 credits of MASP 107 and/or MASP 111.


MASP 113MACHINE SHOP III10.0 CRRE   S, F, W, Sp

Teaches students the use of milling machines and carbide cutting tools. This course will cover various techniques of holding parts and the proper use of different styles of machinery. The student will also learn to apply basic and advanced procedures to accomplish the required tasks.

Prerequisite: 10 credits of MASP 112.


MASP 114MACHINE SHOP IV10.0 CRRE   S, F, W, Sp

Teaches design, and students will build a major project using as many machines and skills as possible to complete the project within the quarter. The project must demonstrate the proper use of machine tools and procedures learned throughout the program.

Prerequisite: 10 credits of MASP 113.


MASP 204CNC MACHINING CENTER FUNDAMENTALS3.0 CRRE   S, F, W, Sp

This course introduces students to the history, theory, and workings of computer numerically controlled Machining Centers. The course provides a basic understanding of the required skills to program, set-up, and operate computerized machine tools.

Prerequisite: None


MASP 205CNC TURNING CENTER FUNDAMENTALS3.0 CRRE   S, F, W, Sp

This course introduces students to the history, theory, and workings of computer numerically controlled Turning Centers. The course provides a basic understanding of the required skills to program, set-up, and operate computerized machine tools.

Prerequisite: None


MASP 221CNC MILLING10.0 CRRE   S, F, W, Sp

Introduces students through hands-on experience to the basic operations of CNC machines. Working with computer controlled mills, basic machine functions are used to produce parts of various shapes that could not be easily made on conventional equipment.

Prerequisite: MASP 204.


MASP 222CNC TURNING10.0 CRRE   S, F, W, Sp

Introduces students through hands-on experience to the basic opertions of CNC machines. Working with computer controlled turning centers, basic machine functions are used to produce parts of various shapes that could not be easily made on conventional equipment.

Prerequisite: MASP 205.


MASP 223ADVANCED CNC PROCESSES6.0 CRRE   S, F, W, Sp

This course exposes the student to advanced machining practices on theCNC Machining Center and CNC Turning Center including introduction of 4th axis set-ups and programmable tailstock operations. It will also include nontraditional set-ups.

Prerequisite: MASP 221 or MASP 222.


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