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Introduction to Manufacturing Technology (BFT 218/3): Subject Guides to Intro. to Manufacturing Tech.

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This course introduces students with some fundamentals of manufacturing technology and its function in product development, production and business. Topics taught include introduction to manufacturing technology and its role in concurrent engineering, metallic and non-metallic material behaviours, casting, forming and shaping processes. Aspects of material removal, joining and surface technology are expose later. Finally, the engineering metrology and quality assurance, manufacturing system and automation, human factors and
manufacturing costing.

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