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Mark Davis

Lecturer
Department of Engineering Studies
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

Mark Davis

Lecturer
Department of Engineering Studies
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Instructional/Support Faculty

Education

AOS, BS, MS, Rochester Institute of Technology

Currently Teaching

NCIM-236
3 Credits
This sixth course of a six course sequence is the capstone for the students' program. After selecting a unique project, students control all aspects of its creation. Together with the classroom section of this course, students perform all tasks associated with the manufacturing process. Taking designs and decisions made in the classroom, students use industrial machine tools to create and assemble the final project. Lab activities include machining and assembling. Students must deliver this project on-time and within budget.
NCIM-235
3 Credits
This fifth course of a six course sequence is the capstone for the students' program. After selecting a unique project, students control all aspects of its creation. Together with the laboratory section of this course, students discuss and perform all tasks associated with the manufacturing process. Tasks include innovative concepts and design, planning, procurement, scheduling, documenting, manufacturing, assembling, and presentation. Students must develop and deliver this project on-time and within budget.
NCIM-251
3 Credits
Students develop basic skills in programming CNC machine tools. Laboratory instruction simulates industrial environments in both the precision machining industry and the precision optics industry; student work is held to ISO referenced standards for dimensional and geometric accuracy. Safety in the operation of automated machines is an integral part of the course.
NCIM-252
3 Credits
Students develop basic skills in programming CNC machine tools. Laboratory instruction simulates industrial environments in both the precision machining industry and the precision optics industry; student work is held to ISO referenced standards for dimensional and geometric accuracy. Safety in the operation of automated machines is an integral part of the course.
NCIM-132
3 Credits
In this second course in a six course sequence, students continue to develop basic skills for operating manual and computer controlled machine tools. Laboratory instruction simulates moderate level work in an industrial environment; student work is held to ANSI and ISO referenced standards for dimensional and geometric accuracy. Safe work habits are cultivated, and industrial safety rules are continually stressed during this course.
NCIM-121
3 Credits
Students develop the skills necessary to measure to the highest tolerances commonly used in industry. They measure parts or groups of parts using industrial methods and equipment. Analysis of measurements and problem solving are stressed.
NCIM-102
3 Credits
In this second blueprint reading course, students continue to develop the skills necessary to read and interpret prints of engineering drawings of details and assemblies. More emphasis is placed on Metric drawings and Geometric Tolerances as applied to engineering drawings and part inspection.