ART 126 - Metal Fabrication
1.00 Credits, 1.50 Contact Hours
0.50 lecture periods 1 lab period
Introduction to metal fabrication. Includes metal fabrication techniques and safety procedures, and development of an individualized project.
Information: May be taken two times of a maximum of two credit hours. If this course is repeated see a financial aid or Veteran’s Affairs advisor to determine funding eligibility as appropriate.
Course Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate the use of metal fabrication techniques including proper health and safety processes.
- Create an individualized project using metal fabrication techniques.
I. Metal Fabrication Techniques and Safety Procedures
- Oxy-fuel, stick, MIG, and TIG Welding
- Oxy-fuel, plasma, shear, and saw cutting
- Brake bender, iron bender, hammer, and English wheel forming
- Heat forging
II. Individualized Project Possibilities
- Non-representational form
- Functional object
Full Academic Year 2020/2021
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