MIME2230 - Workshop Technology
MIME2230 Workshop Technology 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites EEPW1240
  1. To allow the student to gain an appreciation of the principles of operations in a mechanical workshop and to get a feel for industrial application, and to provide the student with progressive hands-on structured experience of industrial environment.
  2. To develop an understanding of the basics of maintenance of machinery and equipment
The course should enable the student to:

  1. Know how to function and operate in a workshop environment and grasp the principles underlying the work being done
  2. Effectively use various measuring tools and instruments commonly used in Mechanical workshops
  3. Make simple parts using common workshop machinery
  4. Carry out first-line maintenance of common workshop machines using the technical manuals
  5. Understand the basics of planned scheduled and unscheduled maintenance
The students should be able to:

  1. Operate/use all common tools and basic machines
  2. Read, understand and interpret engineering drawings
  3. Make three dimensional sketches
  4. Handle marking-out and precision measuring instruments
  5. Carry out basic metal cutting tasks
  6. Be familiar with use of common workshop machines: Lathe, Bench Drill, Grinder and shaper.
  7. Perform first-line maintenance of workshop machines
  8. Be a productive contributor to scheduled maintenance tasks