Tulsa Tech 14-15 SY Course Syllabus Revised: 8/19/2014 Page 1 of 3
6111 E. Skelly Drive P. O. Box 477200 Tulsa, OK 74147-7200
MAINTENANCE, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT IN MANUFACTURING Course Syllabus
Course Number: AMTA-0370 OHLAP Credit: No OCAS Code: None Course Length: 30 Hours Career Cluster: Manufacturing Career Pathway: Maintenance, Installation & Repair Career Major(s): Mechatronics Systems Technician
Pre-requisite(s): Course Description: This course covers the safe use, operations and maintenance of hand and power tools and
other precision equipment used in the troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of equipment commonly used in manufacturing.
Course Objectives: A. Measure Objects and Distances 1. Use a combination square to check square. 2. Use framing square to check square. 3. Use folding rule to measure distance. 4. Use steel tape to measure distance. 5. Use torque wrenches to measure torque. 6. Use micrometers to check tolerance. 7. Use dial calipers to check tolerance. 8. Use vernier calipers to check tolerance. 9. Use feeler gauges to check tolerance. 10. Use dial indicators to check tolerance.
B. Cut, Shape, and Thread Metallic Materials Using Hand Tools
1. Use hacksaws to cut metal. 2. Use files to cut and shape metal. 3. Use drills to drill metallic materials. 4. Use taps to produce internal threads. 5. Use dies to produce external threads.
C. Cut and Shape Non-Metallic Materials Using Hand Tools
1. Use saws to cut non-metallic materials. 2. Use drills to drill non-metallic materials.
D. Disassemble, Clean, and Reassemble Mechanical Components Using Basic
Hand Tools 1. Discuss the importance of labeling parts prior to the disassembly process. 2. Disassemble mechanical components. 3. Clean mechanical components. 4. Assemble mechanical components.
E. Cut and Shape Metallic Materials Using Power Tools
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1. Use a vertical band saw. 2. Use a shop drill press. 3. Use a pedestal grinder. 4. Use a finish sander. 5. Turn material using a lathe. 6. Machine material using a Bridgeport mill.
F. Basic Power Tool Usage for Assemble and Disassemble
1. Discuss the importance of labeling parts prior to the disassembly process. 2. Disassemble mechanical components using power tools. 3. Clean mechanical components using power tools. 4. Assemble mechanical components using power tools.
G. Check Calibration of Torque Wrenches
1. Discuss the concept of torque. 2. Convert lb./in. to lb./ft. 3. Convert lb./ft. to lb./in. 4. Calculate torque using force and distance. 5. Calculate for corrected torque reading when a linear extension is connected to
the torque wrench drive unit. 6. Demonstrate correct torque procedures. 7. Demonstrate proper use of a dial type torque wrench tester. 8. Check calibration of torque wrenches.
H. Check Calibration of Gauges 1. Discuss the importance of gauges. 2. Demonstrate use of dead weight gauge tester. 3. Calculate pressures using Pascal's Law. 4. Check calibration of gauges.
I. Check Calibration of Thermocouple
1. Describe the purpose of thermocouple. 2. Check calibration of thermocouple using ice water. 3. Check calibration of thermocouple using boiling water.
J. Check Calibration of Micrometers
1. Describe the purpose of a micrometer. 2. Read a micrometer using the English System. 3. Read a micrometer using the Metric System. 4. Use gage blocks to check the calibration of micrometers.
K. Check Calibration of Flowmeter
1. Describe the function of a flowmeter. 2. Check calibration of selected flowmeters.
L. Check Calibration of Levels
1. Check the accuracy of a non-adjustable level. 2. Check the accuracy of an adjustable level. 3. Calibrate an adjustable level.
M. Requisition Parts
1. Describe parts requisition. 2. Use catalogs to locate parts information. 3. Complete order forms.
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N. Complete a Machine History
1. Discuss the importance of machine maintenance. 2. Read machine maintenance records. 3. Record maintenance performed on machines.
O. Inventory Parts and Tools
1. Define inventory. 2. Inventory parts in stock. 3. Maintain parts inventory. 4. Inventory hand tools. 5. Perform duties as a tool room attendant which will include C1 through C4
above. P. Complete Work Requests and Maintenance Forms
1. Discuss the need for work request and maintenance forms. 2. Complete work request forms. 3. Complete maintenance action forms. 4. Develop and maintain a preventive maintenance schedule. 5. Develop and maintain a predictive maintenance schedule. 6. Maintain a time card. 7. Document total hours worked. 8. Utilize the IST Maintenance work order system and forms to accomplish D1
through D6 above. TTC objectives
Teaching Methods: The class will primarily be taught by the lecture and demonstration method and supported by various media materials to address various learning styles. There will be question and answer sessions over material covered in lecture and media presentations. Supervised lab time is provided for students to complete required projects.
Grading Procedures: 1. Students are graded on theory and shop practice and performance. 2. Each course must be passed with seventy (70%) percent or better. 3. Grading scale: A=90-100%, B=80-89%, C=70-79%, D=60-69%, F=50-59%.
Description of Classroom, Laboratories, and Equipment:
Tulsa Technology Center campuses are owned and operated by Tulsa Technology Center School District No. 18. All programs provide students the opportunity to work with professionally certified instructors in modern, well-equipped facilities.
Available Certifications/ College Credit
The student may be eligible to take state, national or industry exam after completion of the program. College credit may be issued from Oklahoma State University-Okmulgee or Tulsa Community College. See program counselor for additional information.
College Credit Eligibility:
The student must maintain a grade point average of 2.0 or better.