Course ID: 8442SB

Industry Credential Available

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The objective of the Computer Integrated Manufacturing course is to expose students to the fundamentals of computerized manufacturing technology.The course is built around several key concepts:

  • Computer modeling – Utilize 3D solid modeling software package (Inventor) with mass property analysis
  • CNC equipment – understanding the machine tools and its operating and programming aspects
  • CAM software – converting computer-generated geometry into a program to drive CNC machine tools
  • Robotics – using a robot for materials handling and assembly operations
  • Flexible manufacturing systems – students working in teams to design manufacturing work cells and tabletop factory simulations.

There is a fee associated with this course.

  • 1 Career & Technical Education Credit
  • Prerequisite(s):

  • Introduction to Engineering Design (PLTW) – Grades 9-10