Robotics and Fluid Power
Basic principles behind automated manufacturing equipment. Topics include theory of programming, applications, and interfaces for robots and peripheral equipment; theory, control, and hands-on applications of motors, hydraulics, and pneumatics. Includes laboratory work with automated manufacturing equipment such as robots and vendor I/O. 3 Credits (2 Lecture - 3 Lab)
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