MFG 288 : Industrial Fabrication
Standard letter grades
Contact hours total
Prerequisites with concurrency
Includes metal fabrication focusing on blueprint interpretation, proper fit techniques, length and width allowances, welding processes, utilization of jigs and fixtures, and performance evaluation.
1. Demonstrate safe practices in the MATC industrial fabrication lab.
2. Read and Interpret blueprints, drawings, and sketches, including welding symbols, to fabricate a product in accordance with the proper code, standard, or engineering document.
3. Design and Implement any jigs or fixtures needed to fabricate the product documented in the blueprint, drawing, or sketch.
4. Manufacture parts to proper size from specified stock and fit basic assemblies within the proper code, standard or engineering document.
5. Create documentation as required to show compliance with welding procedures specified or implied in the fabrication documents.
6. Apply and Interpret a performance qualification test of the product adhering to the written documentation set forth within the applicable code, standard or engineering document.
Present fabrication documents
Discuss evaluation rubrics for each outcome
Develop parts and assembly lists
Request materials and prepare parts
Present initial documentation for assessment
Inspect and evaluate
Performance qualification testing and assessment.
Feedback/close the loop
This class requires the use of safety equipment, reference books, measurement equipment, and tools as well as the purchase of materials for fabrication.
Assessment for this course may include, either online or in person, written assignments, homework, timed tests, take home tests, oral presentations, and demonstrations of manual skills acquisition as needed to confirm achievement of the course outcomes.