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ME 200 - Manufacturing Process and Materials II


Credit Hours: 1

This course covers advanced subjects in manufacturing. Topics include review of manufacturing processes such as glass, plastics, rubber, composites, ceramics, powder metallurgy, machining, non-traditional machining, surface processes, automation, PLC programming and robotics. Other optional topics such as cost analysis with fixed/variable production volumes, labor assignment to stations, group technology, production yield will also be covered as project.

Course Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • analyze utilization of manufacturing processes of materials such as glass, plastics, rubber, composites, ceramics, powder metallurgy, machining, non-traditional machining, surface proceses, automation, PLC programming and robotics. Other optional subjects as project can be listed as:
    • utilize cost analysis with fixed/variable production volumes;
    • utilize group technology;
    • obtain production line yield and unit product cost;
    • utilize programmable logic controllers (PLC's).
    • utilize robotic manufacturing trainer and the related programming


Prerequisites: MT 121 or MT 125 or permission of the instructor.
Concurrent Registration: ME 201 or permission of the instructor.
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