Indust Equipment Mechanic (462)

462-100. Mechanical Repair. (3 Credits)

Gain the basic knowledge and skills required of technicians in industrial settings. Explore safety techniques, and learn the properties and use of hand and power tools, fasteners, drives (gear, chain and belt), ball screws, couplings, pump and valve packings and seals, lubrication, and bearings. Discuss basic machine installation, alignment, and leveling.

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462-104. Industrial Safety. (2 Credits)

Learn about industrial safety concepts and ensuring safe work practices. Topics include OSHA, Lock out/Tag out, Personal Protective Equipment, Hazardous Communication, Electrical Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Machine Guarding, Fall Protection and Permit-Required Confined Spaces. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be issued the OSHA 30-hour for General Industry card.

Credit for prior learning available

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462-120. Power Systems. (2 Credits)

Gain an overview of how power systems are involved with various manufacturing applications. Subjects to be covered include electricity, hydraulics, mechanical power systems, and pneumatics.

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462-167. IMT System Troubleshooting. (4 Credits)

Develop troubleshooting techniques and the ability to diagnose and isolate malfunctions that commonly occur in equipment such as CNC machines and Servo systems.

Prerequisites: 605-129 with a minimum grade of C- and 414-389 with a minimum grade of C- and 605-188 with a minimum grade of C- and (612-110 with a minimum grade of C- or 612-115 with a minimum grade of C-)

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462-302. IMT Co-Op I. (1 Credit)

Secure related employment whenever possible. Clarify life, career and education goals. Refine resumes and letters of application, practice interview techniques and engage in actual job interviews. Take part in discussions with guests and employers.

Prerequisites: (462-326 with a minimum grade of C- and 462-350 with a minimum grade of C-)

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462-303. IMT Co-Op II. (1 Credit)

Secure related employment whenever possible. Further clarify and refine goals, resumes, interviewing techniques and engage in discussions with guests and employers.

Prerequisites: 462-302 with a minimum grade of C-

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462-304. Industrial Safety. (2 Credits)

Learn about industrial safety concepts and ensuring safe work practices. Topics include OSHA, Lock out/Tag out, Personal Protective Equipment, Hazardous Communication, Electrical safety, Industrial Hygiene, Machine Guarding, Fall Protection and Permit-Required Confined Spaces. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be issued the OSHA 30-hour for General Industry card.

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462-326. Machine Tool Alignment. (4 Credits)

Become familiar with the operation and alignment of the machine tools used in the maintenance field. Complete maintenance projects used in the maintenance field that meet dimensional and aesthetic requirements.

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462-330. Machine Tool Assessment. (4 Credits)

Learn about and use alignment tools and techniques through discussion and lab. This course builds on skills developed in Machine Tool Alignment and Operation. Machine wear assessment is stressed using industry standards.

Prerequisites: 462-350 with a minimum grade of C-

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462-350. Maintenance Fundamentals. (4 Credits)

Discuss topics such as the installation of motors and the fundamentals of mechanical power transmission systems such as shaft alignment, belt drives, and chain drives. Apply learned skills and basic tool usage to actual applications.

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462-351. Mechanical Power Transmission. (4 Credits)

Expand your knowledge of mechanical power transmission systems by working with a variety of shaft coupling devices commonly seen in industry including the precision alignment of shafts using dial indicators. Explore the operation of laser shaft alignment systems and apply the knowledge to simulated applications. Gain familiarity with the different types of gears seen in industry and obtain hands on experience working with speed reducers, brakes and clutches.

Prerequisites: 462-350 with a minimum grade of C- and (804-305 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C- or 804-107 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of C-)

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462-361. IMT Alignment Applications. (4 Credits)

Use the latest technology to develop machine tool alignment techniques. Projects in the shop will enhance classroom instruction.

Prerequisites: (462-351 with a minimum grade of C-)

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462-362. IMT System Troubleshooting. (4 Credits)

Develop troubleshooting techniques and the ability to assess machine tool problems. Increase skills in diagnosing and repairing problems.

Prerequisites: (462-361 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D-)

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462-363. IMT Equip Installation. (4 Credits)

Become acquainted with the machine tool handling and installation techniques used in the maintenance industry.

Prerequisites: (462-362 with a minimum grade of D-)

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462-364. IMT Predictive Maintenance. (4 Credits)

Become familiar with preventive and predictive maintenance technologies using oil analysis, thermography, vibration analysis, ultra-sonics, and computer maintenance management systems.

Prerequisites: (462-361 with a minimum grade of D-)

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462-365. IMT Equip Install & Align. (4 Credits)

Use latest technology to safely rig, hoist and set in place equipment as well as learn the fundamentals of alignment, bearing failure and installation.

Prerequisites: (804-305 with a minimum grade of C- or 804-107 with a minimum grade of C-) and 462-330 with a minimum grade of C-

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462-366. IMT Pump and Piping Systems. (4 Credits)

Gain hands on experience to safely install repair and maintain centrifugal pumps, piping systems as well as current lubrication procedures and technology.

Prerequisites: (804-305 with a minimum grade of C- or 804-107 with a minimum grade of C-)

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462-367. IMT System Troubleshooting. (4 Credits)

Develop troubleshooting techniques and the ability to diagnose and isolate malfunctions that commonly occur in equipment such as CNC machines and Servo systems.

Prerequisites: (605-129 with a minimum grade of C- or 414-389 with a minimum grade of C-) and 605-188 with a minimum grade of C- and (612-110 with a minimum grade of C- or 612-115 with a minimum grade of C-)

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462-368. IMT Predictive Maintenance. (4 Credits)

Become familiar with predictive and preventive maintenance technologies including oil analysis, thermography, vibration analysis and airborne ultrasonics.

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462-390. IMT Computer Applications. (1 Credit)

Study computer concepts and use computers for testing and other industrial maintenance applications.

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462-402. Rigging. (3.6 Credits)

This course is designed to provide the student with the basic skills and knowledge in the area of maintenance rigging. Instruction includes; safety, evaluating machinery, moving, and the rigging projects.

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462-402A. Rigging Refresher. (1.8 Credits)

This course is designed to provide the participant with a solid review of the basic skills involved with maintenance rigging.

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462-402B. Rigging Refresher 8-Hour. (0.9-0.9 Credits)

This course, designed for the participant with a good understanding of rigging in mind, provides a refresher/review of the basic skills involved with maintenance rigging.

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462-414. Rexnord Alignment. (2.3-2.3 Credits)

Students will learn and apply alignment applications of machinery to include precision levels, laser leveling equipment, machine geometry and adjustment.

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462-501. Rigging for Apprentices. (1 Credit)

This course is designed to provide apprentices with the basic skills and knowledge in the area of maintenance rigging. Instruction includes; safety, evaluating machinery, moving, and the rigging projects.

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462-506. Schematics-Inj Mold Setup. (1 Credit)

Explore the basics of schematic print reading for the injection mold set up apprentice, and study topics including hydraulics, pneumatics, and electrical schematics.

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