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Mr. Hilll

Teacher Name  Billy Hall
Contact Info 541-416-6900 ext
billy.hall@crookcounty.k12.or.us

Classes: Technical Design,  Intro. to Manufacturing

Course Title Prerequisite Grade
Level
Length of
Course
Credits
Per Year
Meets Graduation
Requirement in:
Technical Design 1 None  9-12  1 semester  .05  CTE, AA, EL
Career Technical Education
This course outlines principles of robotics and automation and CAD design. The class allows students to build upon
computer 2-d and 3-d modeling skills. Students use CNC and rapid prototyping equipment to produce actual models of
their two and three dimensional designs. Fundamental concepts of robotics used in automated manufacturing and design
analysis are included.
Manufacturing &
Engineering Tech 1
 None  9-12  1 semester  0.5  CTE, AA, EL
Manufacturing & Engineering Tech 1 is an exploratory course that introduces students to the basics of manufacturing.
Through hands-on shop activities, students will learn how manufacturers use technology to change raw materials into
finished products. Manufacturing materials include solid wood, wood composites and laminates. Concepts also covered
in this class include design processes, properties of materials, safe use of tools and equipment, free enterprise, marketing
principles and career exploration.
Technical Design 2  Technical Design 1  9-12  1 semester   0.5  CTE, AA, EL
Technical Design 2 applies principles of robotics and automation, CAD design. The course builds on computer solid modeling
skills developed in Technical Design 1. This course introduces students to the engineering design process and the
properties of good design. Students will plan, complete and document a number of analysis-based designs. Student skills
will be developed in the creation of memos, design reports and technical drawings using computer-aided design. This
course content will be covered through a series of hands-on activities where students use CNC equipment to produce
actual products from dimensional designs.
Manufacturing &
Engineering Tech 2
None 9-12 1 semester 0.5  CTE, AA, EL
Manufacturing (Metals) is an exploratory course that introduces students to the basics of manufacturing. Through “hands” on shop activities, students will learn how manufacturers use technology to change raw materials into finished products.
Manufacturing materials include steel, aluminum and various alloys. Concepts also covered in this class include design
processes, properties of materials, safe use of tools and equipment, free enterprise, marketing principles and career exploration.