MEETING DAYS & TIMES: Thursdays, 3:30PM - 5:20PM (in-person)
LOCATION: Northeast Campus, Engineering Technology Building, Room 124C
INSTRUCTOR: Don Crall
A course for the development of lab research and projects in engineering technologies. Students will design and fabricate projects using hand tools, mills, lathes, welding, PCB circuit design, soldering, and/or 3D plotting. Basics of metalworking machine tools and standard shop practices with special emphasis on shop safety will be covered. Exploration into the fundamentals of turning, milling, broaching and sawing, and the abilities of conventional machine tools. Includes lab component.
Blended Class with online and in-person class times