CABWF-DP Cabinetry and Woodworking Technology

Courses and Descriptions

ENGI-2069Industrial Engineering 2

Design, problem-solving processes, and measurement of work are fundamental to the modern industrial organization. This course advances the concepts learned in the Production Equipment, Advanced Manufacturing Processes, and Industrial Engineering 1 courses through the practical application of industry engineering tasks. Students will solve applied problems in the shop and use software in the computer lab. Students will receive instruction on the systematic approach required to generate and standardize work methods used to manufacture an industry-based furniture product. Emphasis will be placed on generating all required information, calculations, techniques, documentation, and equipment specification needed to manufacture a pre-selected product. Advanced techniques used in examining and evaluating work activities will be introduced in such a way that students will be able to determine the most effective way of performing that work.

Prerequisites

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