CNCM 0000 CNC Machining Orientation0 Hours
Students enrolled in the CNC Machining program will utilize industry standard tools, equipment, and procedures as entry-level machinists. Students will study blueprint reading, sketching, part design, CNC operation, and CNC programing. Instruction also includes coursework in math skill, use of precision measuring tools, and mechanical inspection methods to produce precision parts with extremely close tolerances. The learning environment imitates what students will encounter in small machining shops, as well as large manufacturing firms throughout the country.
CNCM 1000 Machining Fundamentals60 Hours
Machining Fundamentals defines basic procedures and machining operations encountered in the machine shop. In this course, you will practice machine shop safety, recognize Safety Data Sheets (SDS), use basic measuring tools, recall shop math, select proper speeds and feeds, label common metal identifications. You will practice the basics of CAD design and recognize proper cutting tool selection and usage by using CNC milling and Turning centers.
CNCM 1100 Inspection Fundamentals45 Hours
Inspection fundamentals defines basic procedures and inspection operations encountered in the machine shop. In this course, you will practice reading blueprints & technical drawings in order to create and inspect a part or assembly. Students will be trained in the proper use of common measuring tools as well as more advanced measuring tools found in the inspection room.
CNCM 1200 CNC Milling I60 Hours
CNC, I Milling provides basic milling operations encountered in the machine shop. In this course, you will design your part using CAD software, Create the tool path using CAM software, Set-up and run the part on the Haas Desktop & Inspect the part. You will practice the basics of CAD design and recognize proper cutting tool selection and usage by using CNC milling and Turning centers.
CNCM 1300 CNC Turning I60 Hours
CNC Turning I will provide instruction about the set-up, operation, and programming of CNC machines. This course provides experience in programming and running G-code programs. This course also instructs students on operating the Haas TL1 machines.
CNCM 1400 CNC Milling II60 Hours
CNC II Milling provides training on multiple Full sized CNC machining centers. In this course, you will use the latest industry trends in regards to tool measurement and Work coordinate systems. The parts you design will be more complex and require multiple tools. The cutters and material will require more skill in both the CAD /CAM as well as setup and operation of the CNC.
CNCM 1500 CNC Turning II60 Hours
CNC II Turning provides Intermediate to advanced training in CNC Turning. In this course, you will continue to design your parts using CAD software, Create the tool path using CAM software,& Conversational programming then Set-up and run the parts on Full size Turning centers like the Mazak and the Doosan.
CNCM 1600 CNC III60 Hours
CNC III Provides training on multiple Full-sized CNC machining centers. In this course, you will use the latest industry trends in regard to tool measurement and Work coordinate systems. The parts you design will be more complex and require multiple tools. The cutters and material will require more skill in both the CAD /CAM as well as setup and operation of the CNC.
WKSK 1400 Workplace Success60 Hours
Workplace Success is designed to help students develop essential work habits and attitudes as well as human-relation skills needed to maintain gainful and satisfying employment. Topics include common challenges faced in the workplace, such as presenting yourself professionally, developing a professional work ethic, developing interpersonal skills, navigating office politics successfully, and planning and managing your career.
CNCM 2000 Mold Basics90 Hours
CNC Electives are designed to add current industrial manufacturing techniques to your training plan, they include: use and programming of Live tooling on turning centers, 4th axis work on Milling machines, Mill Turn machines and programming of these operations using CAD/ CAM software and simulation software. Some of these electives are limited due to the fast turnover of some of the machines in our Okuma area. See your instructor for details.
CNCM 2100 Additive Manufacturing90 Hours
CNC Electives are designed to add current industrial manufacturing techniques to your training plan, they include: use and programming of Live tooling on turning centers, 4th axis work on Milling machines, Mill Turn machines and programming of these operations using CAD/ CAM software and simulation software. Some of these electives are limited due to the fast turnover of some of the machines in our Okuma area. See your instructor for details.
MACH 1006 Introduction to Machining60 Hours
This is an introductory course to basic procedures and machining operations encountered in the machine shop manufacturing industry. Topics include essential safety practices, MSDS, use of basic measuring tools, performing basic layout techniques and applications of bench grinding sawing, feeds and speeds, and basic hole making. This course also provides students with a brief introduction to the technical mathematics and measuring tools used in machining.
MACH 1031 Lathe Operations120 Hours
MACH 1024 Vertical Mill Operations I120 Hours
In this course, students will be introduced to essential material cutting concepts by setting up and operating a manual milling machine. Topics include principles of clamping and locating work pieces; selection of cutting tools and holders; milling speeds and feeds; application of cutting depth, width, and direction; part production; and inspection.
MACH 1061 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing I45 Hours
Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing I introduces students to the basic concepts of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T). This course emphasizes terminology, planar datums, size datums, and tolerances of size, form and location.
MACH 2035 Vertical Mill Operations II60 Hours
In this course, students will learn advanced skills using the vertical mill. These skills are necessary for students interested in working with manual milling machines and working in maintenance shops or job shops.
CNCM 1930 Special Projects I30 Hours
The Special Projects course provides you with the opportunity to continue to develop your skill set by completing a project of your choice (with your instructor's approval). Your project may include obtaining a new skill, preparing for a certification exam, or learning a new state of the industry software. All approved projects are intended to showcase, demonstrate, and grow your skill set.
CNCM 1960 Special Projects II60 Hours
The Special Projects course provides you with the opportunity to continue to develop your skill set by completing a project of your choice (with your instructor's approval). Your project may include obtaining a new skill, preparing for a certification exam, or learning a new state of the industry software. All approved projects are intended to showcase, demonstrate, and grow your skill set.
WKSK 1500 Job Seeking Skills30 Hours
Job Seeking Skills explores how to prepare and successfully apply to potential career opportunities. During this course, you will be presented with essential job-seeking skills needed to find gainful employment.
FUND 0030 Program Directed Study30 Hours
Students in this course will receive assistance with essential reading, math, or computer skills to supplement their program study.
FUND 0091 Study Skills30 Hours
Students will learn to use effective study habits and strategies for remembering information found in their textbooks and heard in-class lectures. Students will also learn to use a strategy for reading and taking notes from textbooks, taking notes in class, and learn effective strategies for taking the five types of tests most frequently given by teachers.