Mechanical Manufacturing Technologist CAD-CAM, Mechanical Engineering, pass
2007 – 2009
Activities and Societies:
Advanced technology training Manufacturing Engineering Technology Program (Machining) is designed to increase students' knowledge and practical skills in parallel with a comprehensive technology upgrade. The curriculum has been carefully designed to produce students who are ready to face the challenges in preparing a skilled workforce that is competitive. In addition, to meet the aspirations of the workforce who are knowledgeable, skilled, competent, and honourable and have the characteristics of leadership, students are also provided with a wide range of added value that is applied during learning in the classroom, laboratory/workshop or even in the slot- extra-curricular slot. Students who follow this course have the opportunity to undergo practical training in the field of machining (conventional and CNC), computer programming and various manufacturing processes. In addition to stressing that this course is a field that is dominated by practical exercises, the course also aims to train students to be able to interact with new technology. Modules taught include engineering drawings, Machining Technology, Operations Lathe Turning Operation, Operational Blend Milling Operation, Grinding Operation, Metrology, CNC Machining, Electrical Discharge Machine (wire-cut), and Maintenance, Design, Basics of electrical and electronic modules as well as some basic management and entrepreneurship.