Flexible Manufacturing Systems II AUMF 12105 Credits
This course reviews flexible manufacturing system electrical, electronic and mechanical principles by providing opportunities to plan and prepare for constructing and operating an actual flexible automated system. Emphasis is also placed on work cell design by allowing students to work in instructor-supervised teams assembling and operating automated production system cells. Topics include flexible system planning and preparation, work cell design, prototype or demonstration work cell operation, and work cell debugging and troubleshooting.
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