Manufacturing Skills Badge

D. Jewel Harris


Manufacturing Digital Badge

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Gain experiences to help students explain the universal systems model as it relates to manufacturing.

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    Service Goal #1

    Describe the processes of input, processing, output, and feedback that comprise the universal systems model.

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    Service Goal #2

    Demonstrate applications of the universal systems model in manufacturing.

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    Service Goal #3

    Describe the role of time, capital, people, tools and machines, energy, materials and information within the universal systems model as it applies to manufacturing industries.

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    Service Goal #4

    Identify materials and resources used in manufacturing and describe the seven basic technological resources.

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    Service Goal #5

    Describe the properties of manufacturing materials, explain how materials are classified, and list, measure, and compare common mechanical properties of select materials.

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    Service Goal #6

    List sources and costs where materials may be obtained, create a bill of materials, and calculate production cost analysis.



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  2. The name of your JEM Team and the role you play on it
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