Course details: http://itsligo.ie/courses/beng-precis…
Precision engineering is a specialist branch of mechanical engineering which involves the design and manufacture of complex products, machines, tools and instruments, whose parts must be precisely correct in size and shape, have exceptionally tight tolerances and be produced repeatedly to exact specifications. Precision engineering is often defined as having an accuracy of1x106 — that’s one millionth of a metre, or 1 micron.
The manufacturing companies that now operate in Ireland typically design and make sophisticated products, almost always in very large quantities and with high level of precision.
This Precision Engineering programme will focus on:
Precision Design – product, mould, tool and machine design
Computer Aided Manufacture – CNC (Computer Numerical Control) programming & machining
Advanced Manufacturing Technologies – automation, polymer processing, materials
Metrology – Precision measurement and CMM (Coordinate Measuring Machine)
Manufacturing Requirements – validation, quality management, lean manufacturing and project management
The new precision engineering programmes at IT Sligo have been designed to meet 21st century manufacturing requirements and to ensure that graduates are equipped with the knowledge and skills now needed in modern manufacturing companies.
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