Query by : CNC machines and PhD?
I have a operate expertise in upkeep of CNC machines.
I want to pursue a PhD plan in mechanical engineering.
I want to know which field of mechanical engineering offers with style and improvement of CNC, PLC primarily based machines and other automation products.
Answer by Richard
Usually your mechanical engineering courses are rather basic mechanical engineering, and they offer you some further “elective” courses to finish out the degree specifications. So the reality is, there may possibly be no “specialty” in CNC machining. But you may discover some engineering college with a specialty in “manufacturing engineering”. That would be the best area to pursue.
Most of the specialization generally comes on-the-job and after the engineering degree needs are met.
The attached school (WPI) apparently has some focused education possibilities in Manufacturing Engineering.
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