Advanced Computer Aided Manufacturing (AMME5902)


The aim of this course is to enhance the student`s manufacturing engineering skills in the CAD/CAM area. The course focuses on CNC milling as a manufacturing automation process applied to a project. The management, planning and marketing of a typical engineering project are also discussed. Objectives:Through integrated project-based learning and hands-on-machine training, you will learn * How to successfully complete a CAD/CAM and CNC mill based project. * Manufacturing management and system skills, such as product planning, manufacturing sequence, time and cost; * The science in designing and selecting a manufacturing method. * How to effectively present your ideas and outcomes using oral and report based methods. It is expected that through your hard work in the semester, you will find * Enhanced learning by real-world problems. * Improved comprehensive skill in manufacturing design.

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Lectures: 2 hours per week; Tutorials: 2 hours per week; Laboratory: 3 hours per semester.


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