Familiarize students with the basic machining and machine tools. Students are instructed on safe working practices and the different procedures used in the manufacture and repair of shafts and flanges. The safe use of machining machines and safely fabricating and repairing shafts, housings and flanges will be covered. Students will be evaluated by the final project incorporating diversified lathe operations including cutting thread.
Textbook - Machine Tool Practices will be required for course. Book is available at BCIT Bookstore by calling 604-432-8379 or toll-free within Canada 1-877-333-8379. Email email@example.com Student to provide their own work boots, coveralls, and safety glasses. NOTE: FOR THIS CRN-COURSE LOCATION WILL BE AT BCIT BURNABY CAMPUS FOR THIS BMC COURSE. For information please contact the Chief Instructor (Eamon Hayden) at 604-453-4105.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Identify workshop hazards and select appropriate shield for work being performed.
Identify and describe mechanics hand tools.
Identify and describe pneumatic and electric power tools.
Demonstrate tool sharpening skills.
Demonstrate turning between centres.
Demonstrate short and long taper.
Demonstrate internal and external threading operations.
Demonstrate short and long turning procedures.
Effective as of Fall 2007
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