Precision Metal Manufacturing

Courses in this program of study are designed to prepare students to be able to apply knowledge and technical skills to work with computer numeric controlled (CNC) heavy machinery from setup to operation to produce parts and tools from metal, plastic or other materials. Computer numeric controlled equipment is precision machinery that cuts, grinds, or drills into the material. CNC machinists make adjustments to the machine to control speed, material feed and path of the cut, as well as make sure the machines are set up properly, working well, and producing quality products. Students will have the opportunity to earn the Solidworks Certification.

Supporting Courses:

  • Precision Metal Manufacturing I - OSHA Certification
  • Precision Metal Manufacturing II – Solidworks Certification

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