IE 1052 - MFG PROCESSES AND ANALYSIS
Minimum Credits: 3
Maximum Credits: 3
Introduction to manufacturing principles and their importance in product development. Traditional and emerging processes are covered, including additive manufacturing, micro manufacturing, and nonmanufacturing. The integration of manufacturing, design, and materials is presented as a key to rapid product realization. Unit manufacturing processes are considered in work cell organization, flexible flow lines, and quality control. The course laboratory involves examination of the details of manufactured products, using various manufacturing processes, and learning the importance of material and process selection in product development.
Academic Career: UGRD
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: Letter Grade
Course Requirements: CREQ: ENGR 0022; PROG: School of Engineering
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