Automation and Manufacturing Technology

Students will be able to:

  • write a detailed analysis using a 6-step problem solving approach to an equipment or process problem
  • categorize and document system malfunctions, which will be discussed during the pass-down period in a production environment
  • organize relevant training material to be discussed during teamwork training sessions
  • identify safety hazards associated with electro-mechanical industrial production systems
  • use a systematic approach to troubleshoot, identify, and perform corrective maintenance procedures in a system
  • identify the subsystems of an industrial system and their function
  • demonstrate the start up, operation, and power down programming sequences for an automated system
  • apply automated troubleshooting programs to locate / identify fault in a production system
  • evaluate real time statistical process control data (SPC) to determine (+/-) control limit corrections in a production environment
  • identify personal areas in which he may be able to strengthen his / hers professional skills
  • assess personal “development” paths, which will ensure a constant advancement through evolving technology careers
  • demonstrate required skills for changing or creating and evaluating real time statistical process control (SPC) data associated with an industrial production process / program
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