New program; First graduating class in May 2020
Dunwoody’s Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering is designed for those who want a project-focused, team-oriented engineering education that starts on day one.
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Advanced Electronics LabLearn how to assemble and test complex circuit boards for use in a variety of electronics applications.
- 24 Oscillioscopes
- 24 soldering stations
- 1 circuit board mill
Engineering, Materials, Mechanics & Metrology LabOpen to all manufacturing and engineering students (and those with training on the equipment), this lab brings together equipment for additive manufacturing, material testing, measurement,...
- Three Stratasys Fortus Additive Manufacturing Centers (3D printers)
- Zeiss Duramax (tactile coordinate measuring machine with 500 X 500 X 500 mm capacity)
- Zeiss Stemi 305 Axiocam 105 Microscope
- MTS Criterion 43 Universal Test System
- 7 Haas CNC machine control simulators
Basic Electricity LabComplete projects that help you learn the fundamentals of electricity, including how to analyze, design, build, and test series, parallel and combination AC and DC...
- 38 DC power supplies and function generators
- 24 multimeters
- 12 three phase motor trainers with variable-frequency drives
Haas Manufacturing CenterLearn to machine parts on both manual and computer numeric controlled (CNC) machines as well as how to measure and inspect your work.
- 10 Haas CNC vertical mills
- 4 Haas CNC turning centers
- 1 Haas CNC horizontal mill
- 12 Bridegeport vertical mills
- 12 manual lathes
- 1 Sodick Wire Electrical Discharge Machining machine
- 1 Charmilles Sinker Electrical Discharge Machining machine
- assorted grinders, saws, cutters, drills
- assorted inspection tools, including micrometers, calipers, gage blocks