Precision Machining Technology

 

Focus on the Workforce Precision Machining Technology

Instructor: Mr. Robert Livergood
rlivergood@ccctc.edu
Cost: $6,800 (includes books, toolbox with entry level tools, OSHA certification, and minimum of 4 NIMS certifications)
Academic Year:  9 months/900 hours
Start Date: August 2018
Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-2:30 pm

Book:
ISBN 9781435447677
Precision Machining Technology
Peter J. Hoffman; Eric S. Hopewell; Brian Janes; Kent M. Sharp Jr.

Competency based program that trains students to operate standard industrial machine and metal working tools in the industry. Students are introduced to setup, operation, and preventative maintenance on metal working machines (milling machines, lathes, surface grinders, etc.) They learn to use and understand measuring tools, gauges, instruments, blueprints, shop mathematics and all aspects of metal working including basic metallurgy, precision work and quality control. Also covered is set-up and programming for CNC machines, and how to utilize a CAD/CAM system such as MasterCAM. Included in tuition is an opportunity to earn a minimum of four National Institute of Metalworking Skills Certifications (NIMS) and a toolbox with entry level tools that will be yours upon completion.

 Course Content includes:

  • Program Safety
  • Bench Work
  • Drill Press
  • Inspection
  • Blue Print Reading
  • Precision Measuring
  • Lathe
  • Precision Grinding
  • Saws
  • Milling Machine
  • CAD/CAM
  • CNC Operation

Career Opportunities:

  • CNC Programmer/Operator
  • General Machinist
  • Lay-out Worker
  • Grinding Machine Operator
  • Lathe Operator
  • Milling Machine Operator
  • Drilling Machine Operator
  • Quality Control Inspector

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