ELECT 108 This is a course in industrial controls which are frequently used in industry to control motors. Single- and three-phase systems are covered. Industry standards and codes are presented throughout for promoting an.
This course is one of two in a series designed to help students learn and communicate basic principles of architectural design and construction systems. Besides the basics of residential design and drafting (on AutoCAD.
Students will study and learn advanced conceptual and design techniques, using the integrated tool known as Mechanical Desktop. In addition to AutoCAD 2013, this package includes Autosurf (for surface modeling), and AutoCAD Designer, for.
This course introduces students to tool, die and stamping fundamentals. Topics specifically covered include bending, forming, stretching, drawing, and coining operations of sheet metal. Additionally, sheet metal stamping processes and their components are discussed.
This is an introductory course in computer numerical control programming. It covers CNC system operations; machine tool setup and tooling; G-code and M-code utilization; and 2 and 3-axis lineal and circular interpolation programming. Emphasis.
This is the first of a series of three courses centered around the discipline of mechanical engineering technology. In addition to strengthening drawing and design skills, emphasis is placed upon threaded and other types.
This course introduces students to the use of robotic devices in various manufacturing environments. It covers topics ranging from the development of robotics, to robotic systems and the operation and programming of robotic devices..
Students develop an understanding of and manipulative skills needed with gas metal arc welding (GMAW) equipment. Topics include GMAW welding equipment, MIG, special welding processes, mechanical testing of welds and welding in flat, horizontal.
Jason Thomas is the Executive Director of 3 Seeds Mentoring Group (NFP) and is the primary contact for this competition along with Don Brozek (email@example.com). He has been working with young people in the area of education and career research here in the Southland for the last 5 years. His most recent postion was director of the TRiO Talent Search Program at Prairie State College where he served 500 first generation/ low income students grades 6-12 from several south suburban communities.
Any local high schools here in the chicago south suburban community who are interested in participating please email Don Brozek (firstname.lastname@example.org) so he can provide your school with a registration packet that explains the competitions in detail and also explains how they will be judged along with key dates to keep everyone on track. The competition will take place in the Spring of 2018.
Here are the basic steps to get involved:
Designate a COMMITTED staff contact
COMPLETE a registration packet
ATTEND the Kickoff meet and greet
MEET with your company liasion
Help your students COMPLETE a project
COMPETE in the spring competition
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