Advanced manufacturing skills are in high demand with rising earning potential. This 80-hour course takes place over two weeks and is designed to meet the needs of entry-level operators. Use a state-of-the-art computer simulator to learn how to program CNC turning and milling systems. With little or no skill to begin with, you can graduate as a Level “C” machinist with the potential of becoming a Level “B” in six months.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
This course involves math concepts.
A high school level math background is recommended but is not required.
TopicsBasic Shop Level Math+Blueprint Reading and Sketching+Basic Geometric Dimension and Tolerance+Metrology: Surface Finish and Inspection+Tooling: Milling+Tooling: Turning+Zero and Reference Points+Basic CNC Commands for Programming
Anyone with the desire to become a CNC operator
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