Provide training opportunities for technical updating and advancement for various occupations in the field of machining.
A planned sequence of courses provides technical updating for occupations in the field of machining.
Next Class: November 4, 2015 to January 20, 2016
Meeting Time: 5:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m.
Meeting Room: Building 1, room 1-051
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Richard McConnaughey, Machining Instructor, (727) 538-7167, ext. 2062, email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule of Courses
Typical Course Completion Time: 225 Hours
Computerized Numercial Controlled (CNC) Machining is an introductory class that addresses the skills needed to use computerized machining systems. In addition to covering lathe and mill skills instruction addresses G and M codes, setting of offsets, and loading of software tools and programs.
No textbook is required for purchase and all supply materials are provided.
Typical Course Completion Time: 150 Hours
This course trains students to utilize MasterCam machining software. Students progress from basic to advanced level skills. Some of the topics covered are geometry creation, tool offsets, tool selection, types of tool paths, code generation and production. Instruction then progresses to surface and 3-D creation.
Textbooks will be required for the class. Detailed information will be provided first night of class.
* Length of program and all costs are approximate and subject to change.