MECEF-DP Mechanical Engineering Technology

Courses and Descriptions

ENGI-2160Tool Design

This course provides the fundamental concepts and basic skills necessary to understand and design a variety of basic to moderately complex jigs, fixtures, and dies. Students will apply these concepts through problem solving, design development, drawing construction, component specification and selection, and supervision or troubleshooting of the construction sequence. Students will be exposed to theory and practical design considerations encountered in a variety of 'special tooling areas' (i.e., cutting tools, fixtures, dies, patterns, etc.). On completion of this course, students will be able to design workable tooling solutions for basic processes.

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