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420-324 Machine Tool Operation IV

Master the entry-level skills needed to use basic machine tools, including lathes, drill presses, grinders, and milling machines. Produce parts from engineering drawings, and make measurements using inspection tools such as micrometers, height gages, verniers, thread gages, and the optical comparator. Develop the machine operating skills needed to produce parts to tolerances commonly found in industrial situations.

Course Credits

4

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 420-324-001

CRN: 5024
Tuition/fee: $692.60
Seats Open: 6
Instructor: Sakac, Bradley S
Dates: 06/13/17-08/08/17
Days: Tuesday
Times: 07:30am-08:20am
Room: I121

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Dates: 06/13/17-08/08/17
Days: Tuesday
Times: 08:30am-01:20pm
Room: I141

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Dates: 06/14/17-08/02/17
Days: Wednesday
Times: 07:30am-12:20pm
Room: I141

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Dates: 06/19/17-08/07/17
Days: Monday
Times: 07:30am-12:20pm
Room: I141

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