Manufacturing Technology

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    Fundamentals of Pneumatics

    Monday - Wednesday (10 sessions)
    6:30 pm to 8:30 pm Tinton Falls
    October 18, 2021- November 17, 2021

    This pneumatic training course covers the use of compressed air for pneumatic control and as a signaling medium. A complete overview is given, covering compressors, storage, dryers and distribution as well as the design, construction and operation of a range of actuators, valves and ancillary equipment. The relevant ISO symbols are introduced and included in the circuit diagrams. This course ensures a sound competence in the safe operation and maintenance of one of the most common automation elements in industry.

    Students need no prior experience, but a GED or high school diploma is suggested. Basic algebra and conversions are involved. Class is limited to 8 students. NC more

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    Mechatronics (Introduction)

    Monday - Wednesday (6 sessions) 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm Tinton Falls September 20, 2021- October 6, 2021

    As an Introduction to Mechatronics, this course aims to relay introductory information for those interested in hands -on skills in the areas of Mechanical, Electrical, and Control Technology. Students will simulate competencies to operate and maintain sensors, actuators, and controls. Utilizing real-world automation devices students will also gain additional skills in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). These skills that are at the core of automation, production, and manufacturing are in high demand. At the conclusion of the course, students will be prepared to enter into fundamental levels of Mechatronics and Industry 4.0 training.

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