Participants will be introduced to job preparation, planning, and inspection. Blueprint and drawing interpretation is an integral detail to the job planning process. The interpretation of models and drawings will assist in determining appropriate machining processes. The selection and use of precision measuring instruments will aligned to the dimensions, and tolerances of part drawings and models. This course provides comprehensive instruction and exercises to program a vertical 2-axis CNC lathe. Upon completion of each module the student will be required to demonstrate knowledge comprehension and learned skills through online testing and virtual CNC simulation. Students will complete performance lab projects to mirror module content.
PREREQUISITE/COREQUISITE: Machine Fundamentals & Machine Tool Introduction
Tuition includes subscriptions to Tooling U and Immerse to Learn and MasterCam access.
Financial Aid is available to those who qualify.
Students are required to contact the program coordinator to ensure proper placement in the CNC650 program or individual courses listed before registration. Contact Dignity at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440-746-8206.
Test-Out examinations are available for the foundation and introduction courses. Participants must score 85% to enroll in higher-level courses. This will allow for prior machining experience, and assist students in gaining knowledge to master new content.