Additive and Digital Manufacturing - AAS 60 Credits
- Apply knowledge of digital fabrication techniques and methods used in prototype and manufacturing.
- Create prototypes using digital fabrication techniques.
- Effectively use electronic diagnostic instrumentation.
- Develop technical specifications, detail and assembly schematics, and diagrams for machine automation & controls.
- Design and construct integrated computer controlled electrical, mechanical, and fluid systems to achieve proper system operation.
- Apply math, science, art and technology principles to solve problems.
- Communicate effectively in both oral and written form in an industrial/engineering/additive manufacturing environment.
- Document technical information through descriptive writing, sketches/diagrams mathematical expression, computation, and graphs.
- Think logically and critically.
- Accurately measure and record values using common precision measuring equipment.
- Program robots and programmable logic controllers effectively, efficiently and safely.
- Articulate professional and ethical behavior and understand the consequences of irresponsible behavior and actions.