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Machine Technology Richard Parrott, Instructor This program meets Wednesday and Thursday and includes basic skills for entry-level employment as a tool and die maker, mold maker or machinist. No previous experience is required. Each class starts on the first Wednesday of every month. Prerequisite: Students are required to contact the program coordinator to ensure proper placement in the program before registration. A payment plan is available to those who qualify. Contact Ken at 440-746-8210. Tuition: $1,055 per class and includes a 1 yr. subscription to Tooling U (an online learning course). Wed. & Thurs., 5:30 - 9:30 p.m. Classes: Basic Computer Numerical Control (CNC) (80 Hrs.) (340007) This course is a basic introduction to Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programming and the theory of operating computer numerical control equipment. Intermediate Computer Numerical Control (CNC) (80 Hrs.) (340008) Basic CAD-CAM part design and CNC programming. Advanced Computer Numerical Control (CNC) (80 Hrs.) (340009) Provides instruction in techniques used in both CNC Turning and CNC milling operations. Includes CAD-CAM part design,



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