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Course code

DCAM500

Level

5

Credits

15.0

Estimated hours

150.0

This course trains students to operate and to perform programming requirements on a computer numerical control (CNC) machine tool.

Learning outcomes

  • Identify and address health and safety issues
  • Investigate and process maintenance requirements
  • Select work holding devices
  • Identify tooling requirements
  • Identify and address setting and programming requirements
  • Identify a suitable part for CNC machining
  • Identify and describe a suitable machining process plan
  • Write a manual part program to produce the part
  • Transfer the programme to the machine
  • Simulate and test the machining process and analyse the results
  • Edit the programme as necessary based on test results
  • Load the part appropriately
  • Machine the part
  • Assess and report on quality of processes and parts
  • Report on part quality and procedures and verify process and outcomes
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