48663 Advanced Manufacturing6cp; On campus
Requisite(s): 48650 Mechanical Design 2 AND 48621 Manufacturing Engineering
Fields of practice: Mechanical Engineering program
This subject enables students to understand key aspects of manufacturing in modern environments. Students learn about considerations relating to volume, capital investment, modern concepts of quality management, and quality control. Modern metrology equipment and methods are also examined. Students of this subject become conversant with aspects of computer systems and software in relation to modern manufacturing, and gain experience with CAD/CAM for CNC machining. Students also investigate some roles of industrial robots in fabrication, welding and assembly.
Autumn session, City campus
Spring session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125