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This course enables students to understand the use of conventional and modern machining processes. The course begins with an overview to both processes, followed by analyses of machine tools. This is followed by CNC programming, CNC processes, tools and control systems. Programming codes which include G, N, and M codes will be taught and student will perform geometry machining using the machines. Students will solve problems related with the programming, design and operations of CNC machines. At the end of the course, students present their individual/group projects related to the targeted outcomes.
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