Education

Tunxis Community College offers degree and certificate programs in Advanced Manufacturing Technology, CAD, Lean Manufacturing and Manufacturing Electro-Mechanical Maintenance Technology.

WEBSITE: https://www.tunxis.edu/program/advanced-manufacturing-technology/

To register for any of the classes below, please contact:

Jordan Domkowski
Academic Advisor – STEAM & Advanced Manufacturing
jdomkowski@tunxis.edu
Office 860.773.1755
Text 860.318.9579
Tunxis Community College
271 Scott Swamp Road, Farmington, CT
tunxis.edu/manufacturing

Spring 2021 Evening Courses

Solidworks • MFG*110 • 3 credits ($)

SolidWorks design focuses on parametric modeling while introducing the student to the paperless computer based design process utilizing the modem parametric 3-D design software SolidWorks. The course reviews the following topics: design process, design engineering, assembly modeling, mechanism analysis, rapid prototyping, team design, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, and the analysis of tolerance stackups. Students will participate in individual & team design projects.

CRN# 1587  • Mondays • 6-9PM • LRON Format (Live Remote On-line Instruction) • Specific Software and Computer Specifications Required

Metrology • MFG*120 • 3 credits ($)

Metrology is applied in such areas as: manufacturing, aerospace, telecommunications, electrical power, transportation, medicine, pharmaceuticals, food production, packaging, construction, atmospheric research and environmental protection. The course provides the student with an introduction to the usage of inspection tools and automated inspection equipment and provides a comprehensive set of hands- on exercises to determine the dimensional characteristics of a variety of manufactured parts. The emphasis of this metrology course is metrology in manufacturing. The student will utilize the following tools: vernier caliper, micrometer, precision is metrology in manufacturing. The student will utilize the following tools: vernier caliper, micrometer, precision height stand, dial bore gage, snap gage, V block, dial test indicator, Sine bar, gage block set, Angle block and CMM & CMM programming. Prerequisite: C- or better in Manufacturing Math II (MFG*105).

CRN# 1588 • Tuesdays • 6-9PM • Room 321

 Blueprint Reading I • MFG*124 • 2 credits

An initial course in Blueprint Reading. The study of orthographic projection. Topics include, lines and their uses, auxiliary views, sectional views, basic and special dimensioning, dimensioning practices for holes, chamfers, angle, tapers, keyways diameters, radii, and geometric tolerancing.

CRN# 1601 • Thursdays • 7:10-9:10PM • LRON Format (Live Remote On-line Instruction)

Benchwork • MFG*166 • 1 credit ($)

Benchwork is a basic course in the fundamentals, principles, practices, and tools used in semi-precision and precision layout and in the various tools, methods and procedures for common machine shop benchwork. Topics will include, measurement systems, layout principles, hand tools and power tools.

CRN# 1596 • Thursdays • 5-6PM • Room 309

CRN# 1597 • Thursdays • 6:05-7:05PM • Room 309

 Manufacturing Math I • MFT5020 • 2 hours/week

The first course in manufacturing mathematics. A study of arithmetic and algebraic operations applied to manufacturing circumstances. Fractions, decimals, tolerances, percentages, signed numbers, powers and roots, the metric system, as well as ratios and proportions are studied in depth.

CRN# 1563 • Wednesdays • 6 pm to 8 pm • LRON Format (Live Remote On-line Instruction)

Manufacturing Math II • MFG*105 • 3 credits

A further study of arithmetic and trigonometric operations applied to manufacturing circumstances. The following geometric entities are studied in detail: the circle, regular and irregular polygons, the right triangle and oblique triangles. The application of angular arithmetic including the study of: angle decimal conversion, the Pythagorean theorem, Sin, Cos, and Tan functions, and the Law of Sines and Law of Cosines. Prerequisite: Assessment.

CRN# 1586 • Wednesdays • 6 pm to 9 pm • LRON Format (Live Remote On-line Instruction)

Principles of Quality Control • QUA*114 • 3 credits

First course in statistical quality control. Topics covered include determination of process capabilities, estimation of process standard deviation from sample data, use of control charts, calculation of probability of simple events. Student will develop SPC and TQM Manufacturing Plans. Prerequisite: Manufacturing Math II (MFG*105).

CRN# 1600 • Thursdays • 6 pm to 9 pm • LRON Format (Live Remote On-line Instruction)

 Intro. to Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing • MFG*160 • 3 credits ($)

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) is a language used on mechanical engineering drawings composed of symbols used to communicate accurately and efficiently geometry requirements for associated features on components and assemblies. GD&T is, and has been, successfully used for many years in the automotive, aerospace, electronics and the commercial design and manufacturing industries. In today’s modern and technically advanced design, engineering and manufacturing world, effective and accurate communication is required to ensure successful end products. Topics include the following: introduction to symbols and terms, limits to size, data reference frame, form tolerance, geometric system functionality, orientation tolerances, position tolerances, profile tolerances, coaxial tolerances, tolerance analysis, and applications. Prerequisite: C- or better in Blueprint Reading I (MFG*124).

CRN# 1595 • Mondays • 6 pm to 9 pm • LRON Format (Live Remote On-line Instruction)

Circuit Theory I • MFG*137 • 3 credits ($)

An introduction to direct current (DC) circuits. Circuit Theory I will introduce the student to electrical/electronic components; the nature of electricity (voltage, current, and resistance); Ohm’s Law of measurement; the concept of energy and power; types of circuits (series, parallel, and series-parallel); Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorems of circuit simplification, and magnetism and electro magnetism.

CRN# 1592 • Tuesdays  and Thursdays • 5:30-8:20PM • LRON Format (Live Remote On-line Instruction) • Meeting Dates: 1/27 – 3/12

Required Component:

Circuit Theory I Lab • MFT6488 • 1 hour/week

CRN# 1580 • Tuesdays and Thursdays • 8:30-9:30PM • Some lab classes will be held at Asnuntuck Community College. A schedule will be provided for the semester.

Circuit Theory II • MFG 139 • 3 credits ($)

Circuit Theory II completes an introduction to the fundamental building block for all electrical and electronic devices: the circuit. Circuit Theory II completes the review of basic circuits by guiding the student through a thorough review of alternating current circuits including the RC, RL, and RLC circuits. The student will also be introduced to several electrical devices including capacitors, inductors, and transformers.

CRN# 1593 • Tuesdays  and Thursdays • 5:30-8:20PM • LRON Format (Live Remote On-line Instruction) • Meeting Dates: 3/25 – 5/7

Required Component:

Circuit Theory I Lab • MFT6489 • 1 hour/week

CRN# 1581 • Tuesdays and Thursdays • 8:30-9:30PM • Some lab classes will be held at Asnuntuck Community College. A schedule will be provided for the semester.

Robotics • MFG*140 • 3 credits ($)

Robotics provides the student with a brief history of the application of Robotics to the manufacturing process to date and a vision of future applications of Robotics. Robotics provides an overview of the Robotic hardware, software, and programming necessary to specific applications. Robotics reviews the following: electromechanical systems, fluid power systems, sensing systems, end-of-arm tooling, PLC’s, digital electronics, programming, and industrial applications.

CRN# 1594 • Wednesdays • 5:30-8:20PM • LRON Format (Live Remote On-line Instruction)

Required Component:

Robotics Lab • MFT6492 • 1 hour/week

CRN# 1582 • Wednesdays • 8:30-9:30PM • Some lab classes will be held at Asnuntuck Community College. A schedule will be provided for the semester.

Additional Daytime Classes Available. Contact Jordan Domkowski above for more information.

Naugatuck Valley Community College offers several degrees, certificate programs and individual courses in Engineering, Technology and Manufacturing.

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2021 Advanced Manufacturing Workshops

Download the brochure that provides a list of workshops that can be brought to your business by Goodwin University.
Goodwin, through partnerships and grants, can provide scholarship funding to roll out targeted training for you.

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Goodwin College offers several degrees, certificate programs and individual courses in Technology, Supply Chain, Quality and Manufacturing. We offer training in our state-of-the-art manufacturing center in East Hartford or, if you prefer, we can come to your facility – with our Advanced Manufacturing Mobile Training Lab.

For details or a complete list of our training programs, visit www.goodwin.edu/training or contact Melanie Hoben at MHoben@goodwin.edu.

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Spring Design 203 – Torsion Spring Design Training Program Webinar
Thursday, January 21, 2021 – 1:00 – 5:00 pm EST
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Spring Design 202 – Extension Spring Design Training Program Webinar
Thursday, February 18, 2021 – 1:00 – 5:00 pm EST
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Spring Design 201 – Compression Spring Design Training Program Webinar
Thursday, March 18, 2021 – 1:00 – 5:00 pm EST
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