Standards Correlation for MMT Module B (Instructor ONLY)

Module B MSSC and STL standard correlation

MMT Module B

1.1. Machines of Manufacturing

1.2.2 The Drilling Machine

1.2.3 The Milling Machine

1.2.4 The Lathe

1.2.5 Metal Forming Machines

Production equipment operations (MSSC, p. 14)

11. Understand basic machine tooling 

12. Understand basic casting, molding and stamping processes 

13. Understand basic direct digital and additive manufacturing 

Diagnose a system that is malfunctioning and use tools, materials, machines, and knowledge to repair it (STL, Std. 12 M, p. 131). 

Section 2 Design: Manufacturing and Sustainability.

Types of Materials

Material Properties

(Students) should consider the sustainability and disposability of the resources in the final product (STL, Std. 11, p. 123).

Refine a design by using prototypes

and modeling to ensure quality,

efficiency, and productivity of the

final product (STL, Std. 11 O, p. 124)

Materials have different qualities

and may be classified as natural,

synthetic, or mixed (STL, Std. 19 M, p. 189).

Reprocess materials by recycling and reuse throughout product life cycle to optimize waste reduction (MSSC, p.20).

Adhere to environmental and quality requirements of advanced materials (MSSC, p.20)

Use advanced materials in production to reduce weight and increase life (MSSC, p. 20)

Section 3 Machining Technologies

3.1 Sawing Technologies

3.2 Drilling Technologies

3.3 Turning Technologies

3.4 Milling Technologies

3.5 Abrasive Technologies

3.6 Forming Technologies

Production equipment operations (MSSC, p. 14)

Start and operate production machines 

Use basic types of manual machine tools, such as drill press and cutoff saw.

Understand basic machine tooling.

Recognize and address machine malfunctions.

Understand common types of mechanisms used in machines.

Understand ways in which machines use pulley and gear drives.

Understand which manufacturing processes are used to make and finish parts.

Understand basic machine tooling.

Understand basic casting, molding and stamping processes. 

Manufacturing systems use mechanical processes that change the form of materials through the processes of separating, forming, combining, and conditioning (STL, Std. 10 F, p. 186).

Section 4 Precision Measurement

Basic Measurement (MSSC, p. 11)

1. Convert measurements in U.S. measurement and standard international metrics systems 

2. Use a machinist’s rule to measure parts 

3. Use a tape measure to measure parts 

4. Use dial and digital calipers to measure parts 

5. Use a micrometer to measure parts 

6. Use a dial indicator to measure parts 

7. Collect measurement data from a digital gauge using a computer (MSSC, p. 11)

Production Materials, Tools and Equipment (MSSC, p. 14)

Read and interpret gauges (i.e., analog, digital and vernier) (MSSC, p.14)

Section 5 Computerization of the Manufacturing Process

Understand machine automation systems reliability issues, including knowledge of when to inform maintenance personnel (MSSC, p. 18)

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