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Subject
Machinist Apprentice - AMCH

Course
2GAP

While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.

Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Use Applied Mathematics
    • Solve problems involving formulas
    • Solve problems involving geometry
    • Solve problems involving trigonometry
  • Use Measuring Tools
    • Use calipers and gauges
    • Use dial indicators and digital readouts
    • Use optical measuring equipment
  • Interpret Drawings and Reference Materials
    • Use Machinery’s Handbook and other reference materials
    • Describe fits and tolerances
  • Select Materials
    • Describe characteristics of non-ferrous metals
    • Describe characteristics of non-metals
    • Perform heat treating
  • Use Lathes
    • Describe cutting tools and holders
    • Cut threads
  • Use Milling Machines
    • Describe milling machines
    • Describe cutting tools and holders
    • Use dividing heads and rotary tables
    • Operate and maintain milling machines
  • Use Support Machines
    • Operate and maintain hones and lapping machines
  • Use Precision Grinders
    • Describe types of precision grinders
    • Select abrasives
    • Operate and maintain grinders
  • Use CNC Machines
    • Describe CNC turning centres
    • Establish co-ordinate systems and apply programming codes for turning centres
    • Operate and maintain CNC turning centres

Effective as of Spring/Summer 2020

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