Degree, Certificate or Diploma
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What will you do
This program is designed for students intending to enter the workforce upon completion of the CNC Machining Diploma Program. Graduates are prepared for careers in the manufacturing industry as CNC operators, machine operators, and machinists.
- Entry: $16.13
- Average: $19.97
- Experienced: $30.54
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IND 109 - Equipment Safety and Operation
MAT 743 - Technical Math
MFG 121 - Machine Trade Printreading I
MFG 156 - Introduction to CNC Machining
MFG 222 - Machine Operations I
CAD 139 - Introduction to CAD/CAM
EGT 167 - Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
MFG 228 - Machine Operations II
MFG 190 - Metallurgy
MFG 359 - CNC Programming and Operations
MFG 420 - Jig and Fixture Design
Total Semester Hours Required: 33.0
Upon the successful completion of the program students will:
- Operate and set-up various types of manual and CNC Machines.
- Read and interpret part and assembly drawings with both dimensional and geometric tolerances.
- Construct jigs, fixtures, compound and progressive dies.
- Perform basic inspection procedures using measuring tools and coordinate measuring equipment.
- Use CAD and 3-D modeling software to draw and dimension die components.
- Setup and operate CNC Vertical and Wire Electrical Discharge Machines.
- Design and construct basic plastics injection molds.
- Work safely and responsibly within a production CNC or a machine shop environment.
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