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AUT 100: Introduction to Automotive Concepts
An introduction to automotive manufacturing concepts is the focus of this course. This course reviews the history of automotive manufacturing and discusses the automotive manufacturing processes for various automotive assembly and sub-assembly plants. It outlines the historical d...
Professors: Andy B. Hatley
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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AUT 102: Manufacturing Fundamentals
This course will introduce students to manufacturing fundamentals. It introduces various tools and techniques typically used in Lean manufacturing. It also will provide Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) certification instruction. OSHA standards will include ...
Professors: Andy B. Hatley; David F. Felton; Larry D. Watkins
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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AUT 104: Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing
This course provides the students with terms and definitions, theory of orthographic projection, and other information required to interpret drawings used in the manufacturing and industrial trade areas. Topics include multiview projection, pictorial drawings, dimensions and note...
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Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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AUT 116: Introduction to Robotics
This course provides instruction in concepts and theories for the operation of robotic servo motors and power systems used with industrial robotic equipment. Emphasis is on the application of the computer to control power systems to perform work. Student competencies include unde...
Professors: Michael J. Sosebee
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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AUT 184: Introduction to Weld Technologies & Projection Welding Applications
This course provides an understanding of joint types; weld joint positions, and multi-positional weld techniques. Students will learn sound methods of fabrication, metallurgy, welding of dissimilar metals, and techniques in SMAW, GMAW, and GTAW. Upon completion of this course, s...
Professors: William D. Dill
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AUT 186: Principles of Industrial Welding & Metal Cutting Techniques
Prerequisite: None This course provides instruction in the fundamentals of acetylene cutting and the basics of welding needed for the maintenance and repair of industrial production equipment. Topics include oxy-fuel safety, choice of cutting equipment, proper cutting angles, e...
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Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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AUT 262: Computer Integrated Manufacturing
This course is a basic introduction to concepts related to the computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) process. Students cover the design requirements associated with such a cell (center), how a center is integrated into the full system, and the technician¿s role in the process i...
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AUT 278: Robotic Programming and Welding
This program introduces students to the safety and programming associated with Robotic welding technology. Upon completion, the student should be able to setup and program a robot to weld parts in an efficient and safe manner.
Professors: Andy B. Hatley
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