Advanced Composites - Design, Manufacture and Engineering
Detailed practical training in composite manufacturing
Entry Level - No prerequisite
$2490
* This course is held on site *


Advanced Composites - Design Manufacture and Engineering
3.5 Credits
Class Nbr 32457
Oct 18 - Dec 22
2:30pm - 4:40pm
M,W
20 Sessions


Course Overview

Advanced Composites - DME is our in-depth composite course focusing on all aspects of the design and fabrication process. This course covers a broad range of composite applications and fabrication methods used not just throughout aerospace but many other industries as well. As with all our courses we get as close to real life application as we can. Also, just to be clear since the names are similar, this is NOT the snowboard class (Applied Composites).

A few bullet points to help potential students:


Topics


Typical Composites Materials

Manufacturing Methods
Repair Techniques
Safety
Mold Making Techniques
CNC tooling (mold making)
Laminate Labs
Repair labs

Introduction to 3D Modeling (CATIA and Fusion 360)
Used to design tooling for composite mold making

Infusion labs
Build a multi-ply carbon fiber panel and assess the benefits and weaknesses of the process

Filament winding / roll wrapping lab
Create tooling to make a filament wound part

Honeycomb with carbon fiber prepreg lab
Manufacture a small floor panel
Hot bonder programming and operation

Basic math skills
Math applied to real shop needs (Addition, subtraction, fractions, ratios)



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Class Dates and Times:


Advanced Composites - Design Manufacture and Engineering
3.5 Credits
Class Nbr 32457
Oct 18 - Dec 22
2:30pm - 4:40pm
M,W
20 Sessions



Registering Online

The college has recently moved to a new system and the process is a bit different Online Registration Login Page - CTCLInk

NOTE - All our classes fall under "Special Topics: Manufacturing".


If you have troubles with the online registration:



Contact Damian Cianci at dcianci@edcc.edu if you have any questions.



The Business Training Center of Edmonds Community College has been "off-campus" in the heart of the community providing practical industry focused education since 1998