CNC / Machinist
Learn the Skills Needed to Launch a Career as a Machinist
From manual milling and turning, to CNC skills - students will gain hands-on experience in our state-of-the-art machine shop and CNC simulator labs. Students will be trained with the necessary skills to enter the workforce.
Small class sizes ensure the best possible learning environment for metalworking students. The curriculum combines classroom instruction and hands-on skills development focusing mainly on CNC operation and setup.
Machining Special Interest Classes
This course is designed to simulate a real shop environment and experience in a fully functioning machine shop with the opportunity to be exposed to all aspects of a manufacturing facility to include: CAD design and code development using computer software; set-up and operation of Haas CNC mills and lathes as well as manual lathes and mills, also fixture design and development, cost estimating, inspection, and quality control. The student will be able to use various inspection equipment, calibrate cutting tools and set zero positions, read multiple styles of indicators and indicate a part in a 4-jaw chuck.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Minimum age of 18 years.
Register in Building H, Room 103. Request more information about these courses at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 281-756-3670.