• Materials Processing - Metals
    Course Code: T759
    Prerequisites: None
    Semester Offered: Half Year - 1/2 Credit
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    Recommended Grades: 9-12
    College Credit: No

    Course Description:

    Metals Processes and Fabrication is an introduction to metals technology including materials, processes, tools, and equipment. The half year course includes fundamental manipulative work in selection, planning, cutting, forming, assembling, and finishing a variety of metal products. Students work with ferrous and nonferrous metals and learn how industry uses these materials to construct structures and tools that are essential in our technological society. Students are instructed on many machinist tools and utilize many different combining techniques to form a well-rounded experience that will be an asset in any future work in the technology field or even for the home hobbyist.

    Topics, Activities, and Projects:

    • Sheet metal fabrication

    • Arc/stick welding

    • Custom Designing

    • Oxy-Acetylene Welding

    • Milling Machine

    • Metal Lathe

    • Bending/Forming Metals

    • Metal Prep

    • Finishing

    • Chopper Customizing

    • Auto Repair

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