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Course Synopsis

In the first part of this course, safeties aspects in the workshop will be covered, followed by fundamental measurement techniques, and use of measuring equipment such as vernier calliper, micrometer, etc., Then, various basic cutting processes, e.g. filing, chiselling, sawing, etc covered. Students will be introduced to fabrication, sheet metal forming, and welding, which consists of introduction to basic knowledge of various cutting methods and hand tools, such as file, hacksaw, chisel, etc. The practices or lab sessions consist of explanations on safety practices in the workshop, fitting work, sheet metal forming, and welding processes. The second part of the course introduces the fundamentals of measurement techniques allowed by milling, lathe and grinding operations which consist of introduction to basic knowledge of various cutting tools, parts of machines and their functions, machine operations, and numerous calculations involving the operations. Students will practice conventional machining process used in the industry to transform raw material to finished products. Practical work will help student’s gain effective understanding.


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