Participants will be introduced fast, lightweight cuts that are the main feature of high-speed machining. “Defining high-speed machining is difficult because it can be one of many operations, or a combination of them”. Students will use the following attributes to define the appropriate process to use to incorporate High Speed Machining (HSM) or High Efficiency Machining (HEM) into production.
- Machining at a high cutting speed (vc)
- Machining with a high spindle speed (n)
- Machining with a high feed rate (vf)
- Machining with a high removal rate (Q)
(HSM) High speed machining typically refers to making light milling passes at high spindle speed and feed rate to achieve a high metal removal rate.
(HEM) High-efficiency machining is to vary the feed rated to achieve the result each cutting condition encounters.
PREREQUISITE/COREQUISITE: CAD/CAM Systems
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.
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