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Metal Technology

METAL TECHNOLOGY I                                  
Grades 9, 10, 11, 12                                        

In this course, the student will become familiar with equipment and manufacturing techniques associated with metal fabrication.  Topics include how these materials are processed cut, formed and joined together.  Various manufacturing operations may be performed to produce a product for sale or distribution.  A mass production product affords the experience of world manufacturing.  Students are required to measure, read blueprints, design, construct and analyze products using sheet metal and ornamental iron.  This course is for all students.

METAL TECHNOLOGY II                  
Grades 9, 10, 11, 12                                         

Metal Technology II is designed for students who want to expand knowledge learned in Metal I.  Students will operate machinery such as a lathe and an arc-welder.  They will be required to read blueprints, use measuring instruments such as micrometers, and layout teacher-chosen projects.  This course is recommended for all future engineers.  Grades are based on test scores, quizzes, projects, class participation and attendance.

METAL TECHNOLOGY III                                                           
Grades 10, 11, 12                                                              

Metal Technology III is designed for students who wish to create their own projects or select one from the teacher's handbook.  Barbecue grills, weight benches, outdoor furniture and go-carts are examples of projects.  This class is ideal for students who desire to create projects from their imagination or follow a variety of teacher-chosen projects.

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