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Manufacturing, Grade 9 - 12, Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing I, 2009

1.) Apply safety rules, regulations, and procedures for CAD-CAM equipment.

2.) Practice mathematical skills, including calculating sine, cosine, and tangent related to precision machining.

3.) Demonstrate the use of software for CAD-CAM applications.

4.) Demonstrate file management techniques with the CAM Program, including creating a folder, saving a file to an existing folder, retrieving a file from an existing folder, and editing a file.

5.) Create a two-dimensional design for a mill or lathe and a two-dimensional numeric control operation tool path for a mill or a lathe.

•  Interfacing with the display screen
•  Utilizing frequently used menus and hot keys
•  Analyzing various tools displayed on the status menu
•  Generating a G- and M- code with a post processor
•  Editing a G- and M- code from the post processor
6.) Construct a specified part using CAD-CAM applications.

•  Utilizing work-holding devices to locate part features
•  Utilizing established manual machining techniques
•  Producing close-tolerance work
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