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Machine Tool Setter Operator Ontario College Certificate - Part-time

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  • Objectives
    Graduates will be qualified to set up and operate one or more metal cutting machines. Students will select either the Engine Lathe or the Milling Machine. Due to time restraints students will not have the opportunity to train on both machines. Students will also study safety, blueprint reading, applied trade calculations and layout.
  • Entry requirements
    This program is designed for students who wish to enter the field of metal machining or upgrade their current skills in metal machining.
  • Academic Title
    Machine Tool Setter Operator Ontario College Certificate
  • Course description
    DRWG1420      Engineering Drawings
    Description: This module, when successfully completed, will provide an understanding of normal sectional and auxiliary views on mechanical engineering drawings, a knowledge of dimensions, tolerances, screw threads, machining symbols, working drawing elements and operation sheets to conventional standards, interpret mechanical engineering drawings and operational sequence sheets to determine layout, machining and inspection operations on workpieces.
    Hours: 52
    Credits: 4
    Pre-Requisites: MACH1070

    MACH1070     Machine Theory I
    Description: This module will provide the student with an awareness and undertanding of technical resources containing various data pertaining to metal machining, principles of dimensional metrology, precision measurements in metal machining, correct layout practices and general safe working procedures in an industrial environment.
    Hours: 52
    Credits: 4

    MACH1080     Machine Theory II
    Description: This module will generate the skills required to produce components to drawing specifications and effectively use a variety of bench hand tools. The terminal objective is to use bench hand tools to perform fitting and hand assembly operations on workpieces.
    Hours: 52
    Credits: 4
    Pre-Requisites: MACH1070

    MACH1090     Machine Theory III
    Description: This module will generate skills required to produce components to drawing specifications. The common metal sawing machines such as horizontal band saw and vertical band saw will be used to make straight, angular or contour cuts on workpieces. Students will perform sawing operations on workpieces to engineering drawing specifications and understand the principles of material removal.
    Hours: 52
    Credits: 4
    Pre-Requisites: 44300102, MACH1070

    MACH1100     Machine Theory IV

    Description: The student will gain an understanding and concept of numerical control in metal machining. This introductory familiarization with these machine tools will assist the student to select a suitable machine tool setter operator specialization. The objectives are to understand the basic metal removal operations performed by conventional machine tools and the operating principles of numerical control systems and the basic principles of Statistical Process Control. This module will also provide a theoretical background, as well as practical application of, jig and fixture design, fabrication and construction.
    Hours: 52
    Credits: 4
    Pre-Requisites: MACH1070

    MACH1300     Machine Practice
    Description: This module, when successfully completed, will generate the skills required to produce components to drawing specification on either the engine lathe or milling machine.
    NOTE: Students must provide their own safety shoes/boots and safety glasses to work in the shop.
    Hours: 52
    Credits: 4

    MATH1280     Occupational Calculations

    Description: This module will provide an understanding of terminology, basic concepts and applications of algebra, geometry and trigonometry in solving technical problems pertaining to metal machining. Students will develop a functional knowledge of the metric system and learn to perform occupational calculations in the imperial and metric systems to solve technical problems pertaining to metal machining.
    Hours: 52
    Credits: 4
    Pre-Requisites: MACH1070

          Electives: Practical Specialization     
    Description: Student must pass 1 Course(s)

    Elective Courses:

    MACH1230     Engine Lathes Practical

    Description: Perform turning and related machining operations on workpieces using engine lathes.
    Hours: 364
    Credits: 24
    Pre-Requisites: MACH1070

    MACH1240     Milling Machines Practical

    Description: Perform milling and related machining operations on workpieces using milling machines.
    Hours: 364
    Credits: 24
    Pre-Requisites: MACH1070

          Electives: Theory Specialization     
    Description: Student must pass 1 Course(s)

    Elective Courses:

    MACH1180     Engine Lathe Theory

    Description: This module will teach the student to identify and select all metal removal operations on engine lathes to produce workpieces to meet drawing specifications.
    Hours: 52
    Credits: 4
    Pre-Requisites: MACH1070

    MACH1190     Milling Machine Theory
    Description: This module will generate the skills required to recognize components to drawing specifications. The common milling machines such as universal, horizontal, vertical and ram type will be used to identify simple and complex geometric surfaces on workpieces.
    Hours: 52
    Credits: 4
    Pre-Requisites: MACH1070

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