George Brown | Basic Machining | D106 (Saturdays: Nov. 4 & 11)

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 04/11/2017-11/11/2017
9:00am-5:00pm

Location
George Brown College


Registration: Link

When: Nov 4 and Nov 11, 2017
Time: 9 AM to 5 PM
Where: George Brown, D106

Please note:

The system automatically generates an email when you RSVP to this event. You are NOT registered to attend this course unless you have PAID IN FULL.

No refunds or exchanges. Do not register until you are sure you can attend.

Introduction/Background:

The Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering is introducing a voluntary program by which students can gain introductory experience at metal machining and welding. Students will have the opportunity to receive hands-on training in George Brown’s extensive and up-to-date machining facilities. Engineers with a firm understanding of machining principals and limitations can design systems for quick and easy manufacture. Further, students interested in the vast array of campus groups such as the Solar Car Team and Formula SAE will find this training invaluable. All current U of T engineering students (undergraduate and graduate) are welcome to participate, including those on PEY.

There are four short courses available; each course is two days long and runs on weekends. There is a fee for each course; receipts will be issued for tax purposes. The four courses in this machining and welding program are as follows:

1/ Basic Machining (lathe, mill, drill press)
2/ Advanced Machining (pre-requisite: the Basic Machining course)
3/ Machining III (pre-requisite: Advanced Machining course)
4/ Introduction to Welding

Details of material covered in each course are outlined on the course sign-up page. Note that the Basic Machining and Advanced Machining courses will be offered several times during the academic year; the Welding course is offered less frequently. Extra offerings of these short courses will be scheduled if there is sufficient student demand. The schedule for each two-day course is listed according its starting date (The second day of each course will normally be held one week after the first day).

Undergraduate engineering students and MIE graduate students will be eligible to use the MC 78 student machine shop once they complete the Basic Machining course. More details on requirements here.

Course Info:

Module 1 Safety
Module 2 Oxy-Acetylene Welding
Module 3 Manual Arc Welding
Module 4 Gas Metal Arc Welding

Preparation: Recommended attire: short sleeved t-shirt, long pants, sturdy shoes. No open shoes, sandals or loose clothing of any kind. No jewelry/watches. Long hair must be tied back securely. Bring safety glasses if you have them, but glasses will be provided if you do not. Class starts at 9 AM. Don’t be late.

Directions: George Brown College is located on Kendal Avenue (Davenport Rd. and Spadina Rd. area). The shop is located in Building D. Enter through the main doors of Building D which is at the corner of Dartnell Ave. and Bridgeman Ave.

TTC: If traveling by TTC, exit at Dupont Station on the Yonge-University-Spadina Subway Line and walk north on Spadina Rd. to MacPherson Ave. Then go west on MacPherson until it turns into Bridgeman Ave., west of Kendal Ave. Building D is at the corner of Bridgman Ave. and Dartnell Ave. (entrance from Dartnell Ave.).

Parking: Is available on Bridgman Avenue, on MacPherson Ave. and at the corner of Spadina and MacPherson

Questions? Please contact Ahmed Alian at arowaey@mie.utoronto.ca.

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