In this course students will continue to develop their understanding of theory and machine tool processes in both classroom and hands-on work.   After a review of basic 3 axis machinery, students will learn multi axis CNC machinery, including advanced tooling and problem solving.  This course will cover the laws of physics pertaining to various rotational and linear forces.  Students will demonstrate mathematics needed to successfully manufacture parts, and write advanced CNC code.  They will develop increasingly complex projects using a variety of materials and maintain quality procedures.  Focus will be on work related skills including problem solving, safety, ability to follow work instructions, and time management.

Prerequisite:  ACM255G

Fall semester