At the end of this course, students should be able to:
 Describe and demonstrate proper use of basic engineering equipment and requirement.
 Produce product based on technical drawing.
 Fabricate products that meet specific tolerance.
This is a practical course that consists of introduction to basic knowledge of using manual hand tools, cutting tools, machine tools, welding, fabrication, fitting, casting and milling. This course introduces common equipment for performing manufacturing works, such as: Lathe and milling machine, arc welding, TIG/MIG welding, sheet metal forming, basic foundry, etc.
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 Amstead, B.H., 1997, Manufacturing Processes, 3rd Edition, John Wiley & Son.
 Groover, M. P., 1996, Fundamental of Modern Manufacturing, Prentice Hall International Edition.
 Kibbe, R., Meyer, R.O., Needy, J.E., and White, W.T., 1995, Machine Tools Practice, 5th Edition, Prentice Hall.