MTT 111: Machine Shop Theory and Practice
This course provides an introduction to machine tool operation. Much emphasis will be placed on shop safety. Other topics that will be covered include: basic measurement, drawings, hand tools, feeds and speeds and rotary tools. In addition to the above, students will gain valuable "hands-on" experience learning basic operations on the sawing machines, engine lathes, milling machines and grinding machines.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; Academic Math Level 2
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