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MECHATRONICS INTEGRATED

TECHNOLOGIES 3

NETC DUAL CREDIT CLASS

SPRING 2016
COURSE SYLLABUS
INSTRUCTOR: JERRY BULLARD

Phone: 843-774-5143

E-mail: jbullard@dillonatech.com

PERIOD 4

PERIOD 5


A. DESCRIPTION OF MIT 3

This course introduces students an advancing range of careers available in the manufacturing industry and the communication of personal management skills required for success in the global workforce. Through a series of individual tasks,

Team activities and other exercises, students learn the importance of time management, goal setting, and personal responsibility.
Successful completion of these courses qualifies for dual credit with North Eastern Technical College.

AMT-101 AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING OVERVIEW (2 CREDITS)

IMT- 132 HYDRAULICS & PNEUMATICS

MTT-101 INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE TOOL (2 Credits)


B. PREREQUISITES:

MIT-1 AND MIT-2


C. ORGANIZATION

This is a lecture lab course in which topics are presented by the instructor.


D. COURSE OBJECTIVES

This course will train students on the advancement and integration of skills learned from MIT-1 and MIT-2 to applications in advanced competencies using hand and power tools, basic electrical training into programmable logic controllers, robotic systems, precision measurement, basic machining, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

E. COURSE TOPICS
The course will cover the following topics:



AMT-101 Automated Manufacturing Overview
PLC 12406-03 (Instrumentation level 4)

(Tooling-U PLC’S / NCCER/ FESTO MECLAB)
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)

1. Describe the function/purpose of Programmable Logic Controllers

2. Compare hardwired and PLC systems.

3. Count and convert between number systems

4. Explain the purpose of binary codes.

5. Describe the purpose of the various power supplies used within a PLC.

6. Explain the general function of input/output (I/O) modules

7. Explain the power supply and ground connections to I/O modules.

8. State the function of the PLC processor module.

9. Explain the interrelations between microprocessor components.

10. State the characteristics of the different types of memory.

Robotic Systems
(Tooling-U Robotics)(VEX EDR CLAWBOT)
1. Explain basic safety of robotics systems.

2. Explain OSHA requirements for robotics systems.

3. Explain practical applications of robotics systems.

4. Explain the different types of robots.

5. Identify the different parts of a robot.

6. Demonstrate the ability to service, maintain, and troubleshoot a simple robot.

MTT-101 Introduction to Machine Tool
Precision Measuring Tools

(Tooling-U Inspection)


  1. Use levels.

  2. Use feeler gauges.

  3. Use calipers.

  4. Use micrometers.

  5. Use dial indicators.

  6. Use Protractors.

  7. Use parallels and gauge blocks.

  8. Use trammels.

  9. Use Precision straightedges.

  10. Use speed measurement tools.


Basic Machining

(Tooling-U Manual Machining)


  1. Explain basic safety of machining systems

  2. Explain practical applications of machining systems

  3. Explain the different types of machining systems (lathe,mill,drill)

  4. Identify the different parts of a machining system

  5. Demonstrate the ability to set-up and operate shop machinery



IMT-132 Hydraulics
BASIC HYRAULICS SYSTEMS 15409-08 (Millwright level 4)

(Tooling-U Hydraulics/Pneumatics/ NCCER/ FESTO FLUIDSIM)


  1. Demonstrate hydraulic system safety.

  2. Explain the principles of hydraulics and hydraulic fluids.

  3. Identify hydraulic components (supply elements, control devices)

  4. Explain hydraulic systems (forces, speed, friction, flow and pressure)

  5. Identify types of hydraulic pumps.

  6. Identify types of hydraulic motors and actuators.

  7. Troubleshoot and repair hydraulic systems using service manuals.



BASIC PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS 15407-08 (Millwright level 4)

(Tooling-U Hydraulics/Pneumatics/ NCCER/ FESTO FLUIDSIM)


  1. Demonstrate pneumatic safety.

  2. Calculate the physical characteristics of gases (Pascal’s & Boyles Law)

  3. Describe the pneumatic transmission of energy.

  4. Identify types of compressors.

  5. Identify pneumatic components.

  6. Construct pneumatic systems from components and symbols.

  7. Troubleshoot and repair pneumatic systems using service manuals



F. TEXT AND REQUIRED SUPPLIES

1. Required text: Textbooks will be supplied and kept in good condition

2. Supplies:

a. Notebook provided by Instructor to be used for journal entries and notes b. Student project manual provided by instructor

c. Safety clothing that meets course standards


G. GRADING PLAN
Course work will be graded as follows:
DAILY/LAB 55.0% calculated from effective time management of performance sheets, communication and employability skills and overall work ethnic

HOMEWORK 12.5% calculated from completed daily homework

entered into daily journal

HOUSEKEEPING 12.5% calculated from proper clean-up of workstations

and organized placement of tools and equipment in proper places – locker area kept neat and

secured

TESTS AND QUIZES 20.0% tests calculated from Tooling-U Online.

Quizzes calculated from hard-copy test.

Your recorded grades will be available for your review at any convenient time. Except in cases of actual error, grades are permanent

H. ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS.

Punctual and regular attendance in all classes, laboratories is the obligation of each student.

(1) Student’s must attend a minimum of 80% of each in order to earn credit.

(2) Students who receive financial assistance to pay tuition and fees are required to repay their financial aid award in the event of failure to attend classes or withdrawal from classes before the 60% point in the semester.



I. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

1. Evacuation procedures    see instructions posted in the classroom and in the shop areas.
J. CLASSROOM RULES OF CONDUCT (These rules are in addition to the rules of conduct stated in your student manual)

1. All school rules of conduct apply in my class

2. NEVER use tools or equipment without permission.

3. Return tools and equipment to their proper location when finished with them.

4. Wear proper safety equipment for the task you are performing. (Safety glasses, etc.)

5. Always obey safety rules for the equipment you are using. (Secure loose clothing, jewelry, and hair before operating machines.)

6. Maintain a clean and orderly work area. (Clean up after yourself and put your chairs under the desk when you get up.)

7. Never leave a running machine unattended.

8. Report all accidents.

9. Make all adjustments while machine is off.

10. Raise your hand before getting out of your seat or speaking.

11. Listen to others and participate in class discussions.

12. Do your assignments.

13. Be prepared for class by bringing materials and have them ready. (Pencils sharpened, pen, paper, and notebooks)

14. Listen to and follow directions.

15. Leave other people's materials alone.

16. No horseplay.

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