Mechanical Program

Makine-girisresmi

     MECHANICAL PROGRAM

I. THE PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM

The main purpose of the program is to  employ all of the students by giving qualified training to the students that meets the qualitifications of official institutions and foundations in mechanical and manufacturing sectors. It is hoped that the students will gain the following vocational skills and qualifications;

  • Informed about basic mathematics and sciences and able to apply them in their vocation,
  • Able to draw technically and vocationally, and read them properly,
  • Able to make production in universal and CNC benches,
  • Skilled in computer based design and production by using CAD/CAM programs,
  • Able to make work molds,
  • Able to choose materials and inspecti them
  • Able to size the components of machine and calculate  control computations,
  • Able to do the hydraulic-pneumatic calculations,
  • Able to do measurements and control in machine items,
  • Able to apply quality security and standards,
  • Able to do system analysis and designing,
  • By using the information opportunities, able to develop themselves.

II. TECHNICAL BACKGROUND AND LABORATORIES

The Mechanical and Metal Technologies department is founded on 400 m2 field with qualified equipment and machines in order to raise qualified students parallel to developing mechanical and manufacturing technologies.

There are universal turner and milling machines tables, CNC turner bench, CNC vertical processing center, surface stoning bench, hydraulic saw, hydraulic press, upright drill, emery motor for chip removal manufacturing and other production processes in our workshop. In addition, for measuring and arranging works, there are vises, compass, micrometers, marking gauge, open end wrench kits.

There is hardness measurement equipment, diverse metal microscope and surface roughness equipment for materials sciences and technology lessons. Moreover, there are hydraulic, pneumatic education kits for hydraulic and pneumatic processes. Furthermore, there is a computer laboratory for the courses of computer based designing and manufacturing (CAD/CAM).

III. WORKING AREAS OF GRADUATES MECHANICAL PROGRAM

  • Turnery, milling cutter and transportation,
  • Welding,
  • The programming and operation of CNC turnery and milling cutter,
  • Computer based designing and production (CAD/CAM),
  • Automotive sector,
  • Mechanical production and spare parts,
  • Home appliances,
  • Earth mover,
  • Mechanical and electrical home appliances,
  • Diesinking and work molds,
  • The engineering designing offices.

IV. THE VERTICAL TRANSFER FIELDS THAT GRADUATES MAY APPLY TO

  • Mechanical Engineering,
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Production Engineering
  • Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
  • Marine Management Engineering
  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Metallurgy and Materials Engineering
  • Automotive Engineering  

V. REQUIREMENTS TO BE ABLE TO GRADUATE FROM THE PROGRAM

The students who register for the Mechanical Program in Mechanical and Metal Technologies Department should take 120 AKTS credits with at least with 20-days of training at the end of the 2nd and 4th semesters, in total 40-days summer training based on practice in order to graduate from this department.