ETG 230 - Tool/Die Design
Formerly: EG 267
Principle concepts of material flow and properties, along with fundamental die design pertaining to forming, cutting, drawing and piercing operations performed on standard industrial presses are reviewed. From actual part prints, actual die designs are formulated, working drawings are made, machine mechanisms are reviewed and reproduction is made. All practices are geared to those used in modern drafting rooms today. Offered fall semester only.
Prerequisite(s): ETG 115
3 credits plus 3 contact hours = 2 lecture, 4 laboratory
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