Precision Machining

  • Invent, design, and manufacture the tools and parts for a wide range of production needs
  • Use advanced computer-controlled technology to create steel, aluminum, and plastic products
  • Solve complex engineering challenges to meet customer needs

FAQs

What can I do when I graduate?
  1. CNC programmer or machinist
  2. CAD designer
  3. Machinist
  4. Moldmaker
  5. Tool and die maker
  6. Bench helper
  7. Machine maintenance specialist
  8. Special machine builder
  9. Machine repair person
  10. Pattern maker
What would I do in this class?
  1. Computer Numeric Control (CNC) machining and
  2. programming
  3. Master CAM
  4. Computer aided machinery
  5. Precision measuring procedures
  6. Blueprint reading
  7. Computer aided drafting
  8. Drill press and power saw operation
  9. Vertical and horizontal milling techniques
  10. Lathe Operation
  11. Surface grinding
  12. FANUC robots
What can I do with further training?
  1. Manufacturing Engineer
  2. Mechanical Engineer
  3. Machine Shop Owner/Manager

Program Quick Facts

Precision Machining students must be able to:

  • Use math as a means of problem solving
  • Read and comprehend material
  • Meet safety requirements to operate tools
  • Exhibit professionalism and work place behavior
  • Communicate well with customers, managers and coworkers
  • Work independently and in teams
 

Uniform requirements

  • Short-sleeved T-shirt, leather boots, safety glasses

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