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Machining Technology

Join the high-demand, high-tech field of precision machining, and enjoy stable employment in the dynamic environment of manufacturing. Experience the satisfaction of making your own components from concept to completion using Computer Numerical Control (CNC) production technology and equipment. This program takes place in a state-of-the art, fully renovated lab.


Curriculum includes:
  1. Applied mathematics, blueprint interpretation, geometric dimensioning
  2. Project work on lathes, mills, surface grinders, CNC mill and shop theory
  3. CNC/CAM fundamentals
  4. Manufacturing, shop and OSHA safety training
  5. Hand tools and drilling machines
  6. Inspection instruments and quality control
  7. Web-based instruction in partnership with Tooling U-SME
  8. Employability skills


 Employment Opportunities Include:

  1. Tool & Die Maker
  2. CNC Programmer
  3. General Machinist
  4. CNC Operator


 Length of Program:

2 Semesters at 450 hours each Program is a total of 900 hours.


Dates & Times of Classes:

Theory portion of class will be online
1 day a week in person for lab work
Fall Semester:   September1
Spring Semester:   TBD


 Cost:


Financial aid is available to those who qualify:  Financial Aid Page


Credentials completers are eligible to earn:

- State of Ohio Vocational Certificate
- NIMS Certifications
-  OSHA 10 Hour Card

 


Kevin Clark
Business Industry/
 Student Services Coordinator
[email protected]
Office Phone:
 (330) 424-3520
 
or call 330-424-9562 for the Adult Education Office.
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