MEC 816 Fabrication and Tool Engineering

In the first part of the course fundamentals of tool design will be covered. Open-ended tool design problems will be used to illustrate the design process for jigs, fixtures and press tools. Common fabrication processes will be covered in the second half of the course. Permanent joining processes including welding, brazing and soldering will be discussed. Assembly processes both manual and automated will be presented and design for assembly principles reviewed. Fabrication of semi-conductor devices will also be presented. Lect: 3 hrs. Prerequisites: PCS 213, CMN 432, ECN 801, MEC 309, MEC 411, MEC 430, and MTH 510 Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1




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Posted On : March 6, 2013

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The way this material can ever be taught, by any professor, is too boring and to be honest, complete waste of time. Try to avoid.
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