Instructor: Sergio Gamarra
Metal Fabrication is a course where students learn about workshop safety, different types and shapes of metallic materials, how we leverage technology to safely manipulate these materials and their applications in manufacturing engineering. Students will use all types of industry-standard equipment and processes including pressure to form, hot arcs and sparks to cut, melt, weld and grind. They will utilize manual and CNC technology for precision and mass production. Students will learn how things work, how they are made, and how they break in order to properly fix them. Students will learn proper workplace safety and procedures which will benefit them in future endeavors in engineering and manufacturing fields. We work hard to develop creativity and skills through the many free-form projects in this course. This course is for students interested in working with their hands and making their ideas come to life.