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439-331 Tool and Die Moldmaking I

Prepare for an entry-level position in a moldmaking tool and die shop by enhancing knowledge of blueprint reading and machine tool operation. Explore the construction of a two-cavity family mold. Use numerous conventional and computerized machine tools throughout the molding process. Trial run the completed mold. Develop a plan and implement mold corrections. Take part in projects such as analyzing an existing mold or participating as a member of a team on a larger mold project. Learn various molding processes, including plastic injection molding.

Course Credits

5

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 439-331-001

Course Notes

CRN: 11016
Tuition/fee: $798.75
Seats Open: 1
Instructor: Pollari, Dennis J
Dates: 08/22/18-10/17/18
Days: Monday Thursday
Times: 07:30am-12:20pm
Room: I123

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Dates: 08/22/18-10/17/18
Days: Tuesday
Times: 07:30am-11:20am
Room: I123

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Dates: 08/22/18-10/17/18
Days: Wednesday
Times: 07:30am-10:20am
Room: I123

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Dates: 08/22/18-10/17/18
Days: Wednesday
Times: 10:30am-12:20pm
Room: I126

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Dates: 08/22/18-10/17/18
Days: Tuesday
Times: 11:30am-12:20pm
Room: I126

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