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Advanced Design  &
Manufacturing (ADM III)

In Grade 11, students continue to refine skills introduced in Grade 10 and study advanced design principles, tolerances, and fits. Students receive advanced instruction and training in the use of measuring tools, material types, advanced Computer Numerical Control (CNC) lathe operation, advanced CNC mill operation, layout and inspection and troubleshooting CNC code. Students continue to receive instruction in safety requirements and demonstrate sound safety practices. Students will perform in-school drafting and manufacturing projects for customers as related to the curriculum. Students reaching an acceptable level of proficiency may be eligible for Work Based Learning (WBL).  Technology-related mathematics, reading, writing, vocabulary, blueprint reading and science are integrated throughout the curriculum.

Class Schedule

​​English 9 or higher
Algebra I or higher
Biology or higher
Physical Education
Elective:   ADM I
Elective: Intro to Robotics (Suggested)

ADM Course of Study

FRESHMEN

Advanced Design  &

Manufacturing (ADM I)

Students will begin to study and use computer-aided drafting and design (CADD) and modeling software, MasterCAM computer-aided manufacturing software, and computer-numerical control (CNC) programming software to design and create projects.  Instruction begins with safety and includes: use and care of hand tools, power tools, stationary equipment, principles of design and the design process.  Manufacturing methods are initiated with an introduction to 3D printing, laser engraving, and laser cutting, along with their basic applications. Students start with small 3D printing projects, which lead to projects that are more complex. Technology-related mathematics, reading, writing, vocabulary, blueprint reading and robotics are integrated throughout the curriculum.

Class Schedule
English 10 or higher
Geometry or higher
Chemistry or higher
World History

Physical Education/Elective

Elective: ADM II
  

Class Schedule

English 11 or higher
Algebra II/Trigonometry or higher
Physics or higher
US History
Elective:   ADM III
Elective: ADM Lab I (Suggested)

MANUFACTURING   ENGINEERING   ROBOTICS   INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY

SOPHOMORES

Advanced Design  &
Manufacturing (ADM II)

In Grade 10, students are instructed in the fundamentals of good design and utilize 3-D modeling software to create mechanical parts and assemblies.  Students will demonstrate skills and knowledge in machine safety; measuring tools; speeds and feeds; lathe operation; mill operation; various types of cutting tools and other machine operations. Students are introduced to the basics of MasterCAM, including G-codes, M-codes and conversational programming. Students continue to receive instruction in safety requirements and demonstrate sound safety practices. Technology-related mathematics, reading, writing, vocabulary, blueprint reading and science are integrated throughout the curriculum.