ETG 220 - Jig/Fixture Design
Formerly: EG 266
The principles of tooling design for productive machining operations are the main focus of this course. Comparative analysis of standards and commercial work-holding devices for such operations as drilling, milling, turning and grinding (cams, links, motion and gear) are also designed along kinematic outlines. From shop sketches, actual layouts are formulated and assembled. From the design drawing, working drawings are then produced following all present day drafting specifications, with emphasis on standard component parts and supply catalog. Offered winter semester only.
Prerequisite(s): ETG 115
3 credits plus 3 contact hours = 2 lecture, 4 laboratory
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