Computer Aided Manufacturing
Milling Level 1 - MasterCAM (CAM 201)
The first part of this course focuses on drafting and design techniques in 2D environment. Lines, areas, solids and surfaces are examined and practiced. Once a geometry is completed it is used in the second part of this course to create tool path for a 3 axis milling machine. Contours, Pockets, Surfaces and canned cycles are examples of lesson taught in this course. Students learn to select best tools and cutting methods to maximize efficiency by generating shortest cutting time. Tool path generation, post processing and G code editing are final lessons of this level.
This course is designed for individuals seeking a profession in mechanical engineering field at the level of a technician, technologist or skilled worker. General Machinists, Tool and Die Makers, Mold Makers, CNC Programmers, Millwrights, Mechanical Maintenance Technicians, Consumer Product Designers, Machine Tool Designers, Technology Hobbyists and Prototype Developers require this introductory course to pursue and succeed in their relevant industrial fields.
- Co-ordinate / reference systems
- Software environment and menus
- Surface and solid modelling techniques
- Cutting tool selection
- Tool path efficiency
- Create and edit part drawings
- Choose the appropriate tools to machine a part
- Preview tool paths and NC programs using the software
- Generate G codes using the software
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