APR 151 - Millwright Machine Theory and Trade Calculations
Designed for Oregon state-recognized apprentices employed in the millwright trade. Students will learn trade calculations as they pertain to the millwright industry. This course will provide students with hands-on experience using Mic’s, calipers and various precision measuring equipment. Students will gain knowledge in the use of metal lathes, milling equipment, boring, keyway cutting, and other facets of machine work.
Prerequisite: Minimum reading score of 68 (Accuplacer) or 241 (Next Gen Accuplacer) OR minimum writing score of 64 (Accuplacer) or 226 (Next Gen Accuplacer) OR RD 080 OR RD 087 and EL 115R OR Prior College. Within the past 2 years, completed MTH 020 or higher with a grade of “C-” or better or placed into MTH 075 through the Testing Office.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
1. Perform industrial calculations as related to millwright measurements and layout
2. Use fundamental layout
3. Understand metal machining vocabulary
4. Perform very basic lathe set-up
5. Demonstrate knowledge of precision measuring tools and how to read them
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