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Cad/Cam (MET-219)
This course introduces Computer-Aided Manufacturing using Mastercam software. The basics of Numerical Control (NC) programming are covered including G and M codes, absolute and incremental positioning and canned cycles. Part geometry is created and edited using Mastercam software. Job setups are prepared, tool path is specified and a tool library is created. Part machining is verified graphically and NC code is post processed and downloaded to CNC machine tools to produce actual parts. Prerequisites: MET 106 and MET 109. 2 lecture hours and 3 laboratory hours per week. 3 credit hours.

Course Name: MET-219
Departments: Engineering
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Prerequisites: MET-106 and MET-109
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