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Machine Tool Builder And Integrator Ontario College Certificate

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  • Objectives
    This program provides the apprentice with theoretical knowledge of all aspects of Machine Tool Builder and Integrator, together with the practical training necessary to complement the apprentice's on-the-job training with an employer. The Machine Tool Builder Integrator trade is related to the Precision Machining Trades, which can be found in the Manufacturing and Industrial sector.
  • Academic Title
    Machine Tool Builder And Integrator Ontario College Certificate
  • Course description
    Level One
    DRWG1410     Engineering Drawings/Layout Processes

    Description: This module is designed to introduce the apprentice to the skills necessary to read shop-related blueprints. The apprentice will then be able to transfer dimensioned information to measurements on a workpiece, identify the features of a workpiece by interpreting a two or three view mechanical drawing, sketch to scale the three principle views of a workpiece or a pictorial view, and demonstrate layout procedures.
    Hours: 42
    Credits: 3

    MACH1060     Applied Trade Practices And Procedures

    Description: This course provides the apprentice with a theoretical background as well as a practical application of: safe working conditions; fitting and hand assembly using bench hand tools and metal removing hand tools; direct and indirect measuring instruments, inspection checking and indicating gauges; layout tools, instruments and accessories; the cutting process, tool geometry and cutting fluids; metal sawing machines; drilling and related machining operations on drilling machines; facing, centre drilling, parallel turning, taper turning, knurling and grooving techniques on engine lathes; horizontal, vertical and angular flat milling on milling machines; pedestal grinding of single point tools and drills; and surface grinding of flat perpendicular surfaces.
    Hours: 96
    Credits: 7

    MACH1290     Trade Theory
    Description: This course provides the apprentice with a theoretical background as well as a practical application of: safe working conditions; fitting and hand assembly using bench hand tools and metal removing hand tools; direct and indirect measuring instruments, inspection checking and indicating gauges; layout tools, instruments and accessories; the cutting process, tool geometry and cutting fluids; metal sawing machines; drilling and related machining operations on drilling machines; facing, centre drilling, parallel turning, taper turning, knurling and grooving techniques on engine lathes; horizontal, vertical and angular flat milling on milling machines; pedestal grinding of single point tools and drills; and surface grinding of flat perpendicular surfaces.
    Hours: 60
    Credits: 4

    MATH1270     Applied Trade Calculations, Charts and Tables
    Description: Upon successful completion of this module, the apprentice will be able to employ the terminology and concepts necessary for machine shop applications of basic algebra, algebraic equations, powers and roots, and ratios and proportion. In addition, the apprentice will be able to make the calculations necessary to compute cutting speeds, rpm and cutting times, and perform occupational calculations relating to metal machining using SI units and inch units.
    Hours: 42
    Credits: 3

    Level Two
    DRWG2060     Mechanical Engineering Drawing and Documentation

    Description: Upon successful completion of this module, the apprentice will be able to describe electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic schematic symbols. Identify workpiece features, interpret and sketch revolved, removed, partial and broken out sectional views, describe geometric tolerancing. Identify and describe the features, elements, types, and terminology of engineering drawings for gears, cams, and bearings. In addition, the apprentice will be able to develop an operational plan for machining of in-process tooling components.
    Hours: 30
    Credits: 2

    MACH2070     Applied Trade Practices and Procedures

    Description: The course provides the apprentice with a theoretical background of heat treatment of ferrous metals, non ferrous metals, precision measurement of part dimensions and features, various turning, milling and grinding operations. Apprentices will also read, interpret and verify NC/CNC documentation and programs, develop and fabricate swaging, electrodes and nozzles, fabricate and install transfer systems comprising of electrical actuators and hydraulic/pneumatic components.
    Hours: 87
    Credits: 6

    MACH2090     Trade Theory
    Description: The course provides the apprentice with a theoretical background of heat treatment of ferrous metals, non ferrous metals, precision measurement of part dimensions and features, various turning, milling and grinding operations. Apprentices will also read, interpret and verify NC/CNC documentation and programs, develop and fabricate swaging, electrodes and nozzles, fabricate and install transfer systems comprising of electrical actuators and hydraulic/pneumatic components.
    Hours: 93
    Credits: 6

    MATH2180     Applied Mechanical Calculations
    Description: Upon successful completion of this module, the apprentice will be able to recognize and use fundamental principles of geometric measurement to solve shop‑related problems involving circles, tangents, triangles and polygons. In addition, the apprentice will be able to calculate mechanical power requirements, calculate basic principles of fluid power systems and perform simple transmission calculations.
    Hours: 30
    Credits: 2

    Level Three
    DRWG3040     Mechanical Engineering Drawing and Documentation

    Description: Upon successful completion of this module, the apprentice will be able to read and interpret geometric tolerancing, identify and describe floor layout drawings, sketch in-process machine-tool modifications and develop an operational plan for machine-tool components and assembly.
    Hours: 24
    Credits: 2

    MACH3030     Applied Trade Practices and Procedures

    Description: This course provides the apprentice with a theoretical background as well as a practical application of the procedures to prepare feeder and conveyor components for assembly on to machine-tools and system installation. Describe and demonstrate processes for preparing sub-assembly parts, fit and assemble parts and sub-assemblies, methods of testing and verifying functionality of sub-assemblies. Develop an operational plan for building and assembling a machine-tool. Identify and describe the process for integrating main-assemblies, describe the dry-run testing process of a main-assembly and demonstrate the ability to test-run the main-assembly with a finished part.
    Hours: 78
    Credits: 5

    MACH3040     Trade Theory
    Description: This course provides the apprentice with a theoretical background as well as a practical application of the procedures to prepare feeder and conveyor components for assembly on to machine-tools and system installation. Describe and demonstrate processes for preparing sub-assembly parts, fit and assemble parts and sub-assemblies, methods of testing and verifying functionality of sub-assemblies. Develop an operational plan for building and assembling a machine-tool. Identify and describe the process for integrating main-assemblies, describe the dry-run testing process of a main-assembly and demonstrate the ability to test-run the main-assembly with a finished part.
    Hours: 102
    Credits: 7

    MATH3090     Applied Mechanical Calculations
    Description: Successful completion of this module will enable the apprentice to solve machine shop problems using the law of sines and the law of cosines/cotangents, perform feeder and conveyor calculations. In addition, the apprentice will be able to perform machine-tool builder and integrator related calculations.
    Hours: 36
    Credits: 3

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