IN-DEPTH LEARNING OF THE PROCESS

AND WORKFLOW OF DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING

DAY COURSES: Graduate in 6 Months

The Digital Design and Manufacturing program objective is to provide students with occupational training in the fields of part design, machining, tooling, and laser cutting / forming. Experience will be gained utilizing the latest equipment and technology in a real-world environment.

IN-DEPTH LEARNING OF THE PROCESS AND WORKFLOW OF DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING

DAY COURSES: Graduate in 6 Months

The Digital Design and Manufacturing program objective is to provide students with occupational training in the fields of part design, machining, tooling, and laser cutting / forming. Experience will be gained utilizing the latest equipment and technology in a real-world environment.

AREAS OF INSTRUCTION

Designed to provide well-rounded skills. Our Program is Specialized to Include:

CAD/CAM

Intro to CAD

Precision Measuring

2D Drawing

3D Modeling

Drafts and Blueprints

Assemblies

Scan Based Design

Reverse Engineering

Finite Element Analysis

3D Printing

MACHINING

Manual Machining

CNC Lathe

CNC Mill

SHEET METAL FABRICATION

Flat & Formed Metal

CNC Laser

CNC Press Brake

COURSE PROJECTS

Students will participate in a series of projects that will help refine the skills they learn as the course progresses. These projects are specifically designed to ensure students are repeatedly utilizing the entire curriculum and building their expertise on skills learned day one. Some Digital Design and Manufacturing sample projects have included:

  • SURVIVOR TOOL
  • 3D PRINTED SCALE AUTOMOTIVE WHEEL
  • BELT SANDER ASSEMBLY
  • BATTERY BOX
  • TAPPING GUIDE
  • BILLET DEAD BLOW HAMMER / STAND
  • OVERLAND TRAIL TOOL
  • FORMED 3-TIER SHELF
  • SURVIVAL TOOL
  • 3D PRINTED SCALE AUTOMOTIVE WHEEL
  • BELT SANDER ASSEMBLY
  • BATTERY BOX
  • TAPPING GUIDE
  • BILLET DEAD BLOW HAMMER / STAND
  • OVERLAND TRAIL TOOL
  • FORMED 3-TIER SHELF

CURRICULUM

The training for this program is 728 clock hours required for graduation. The below is a breakdown of each subject within the program and the approximate hours of lecture and lab combined.

PROGRAM BREAKDOWN

MODULE APPROXIMATE HOURS
Introduction to CAD 21
Precision Measuring 14
2D Drawing 30
3D Modeling 120
Assemblies 158
Drafts / Blueprints 30
3D Printing 30
Scan Based Design / Reverse Engineering 35
Manual Machining 45
CNC Lathe 49
CNC Mill 56
Sheet Metal 42
CNC Plasma 7
CNC Laser 35
CNC Press Brake 28
Finite Element Analysis 28
Overall Total Hours 728

CURRICULUM

The training for this program is 728 clock hours required for graduation. The below is a breakdown of each subject within the program and the approximate hours of lecture and lab combined.

PROGRAM BREAKDOWN

MODULE APPROXIMATE HOURS
Introduction to CAD 21
Precision Measuring 14
2D Drawing 30
3D Modeling 120
Assemblies 158
Drafts / Blueprints 30
3D Printing 30
Scan Based Design / Reverse Engineering 35
Manual Machining 45
CNC Lathe 49
CNC Mill 56
Sheet Metal 42
CNC Plasma 7
CNC Laser 35
CNC Press Brake 28
Finite Element Analysis 28
Overall Total Hours 728