Automation-Systems Design (MFGE 421)
Designed to familiarize the student with the design and application principles of automation commonly practiced in manufacturing industry. Soft- versus hard-automation, turn key systems versus user constructed systems, and special- versus modular-componentry will be studied, as well as part orientation and transfer, and techniques for automating manual operations. A special assembly machine will be designed as a term project. This course meets General Education requirements: Writing Intensive. Pre-Requisites:MFGE 411. Co-Requisites:MFGE 422. Typically Offered Fall, Spring
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