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Machining & Production I

IND 141

Hands-on study of machine shop practices is provided in this course, together with care of precision instruments, maintenance of lathes and milling machines, operation of lathe controls, filing, deburring, polishing, use of digital readout, use of micrometer, dial indicators, and pitch micrometers.

Machining & Production II

IND 142

Advanced functions of a lathe and milling machine, including use of hand and precision tools required for operation, are presented in this course. Materials fee. Prerequisites: IND 130 and IND 141.

Field Experience

IND 293

This field course provides the opportunity for the student to work in a place of business that utilizes any of a number of skills inherent within the drafting and design area of industrial technology. A minimum of 120 hours of fieldwork is required. Prerequisite: Permission of the Industrial Technology and Internship Coordinators.

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