About the Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) Machining Certificate
The CNC Machining certificate is designed to prepare students for entry level CNC machining and programming positions. The program offers a series of skill-building courses in CNC machining and CAM programming for the individual desiring full-time employment in the CNC manufacturing industry.
Upon successful completion of the Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) Machining Certificate program, the learner will be able to:
Program and operate a CNC mill and lathe. (CNC 101, MAT 100 (or higher), MET 100)
Design a product for CNC machining. (CNC 201, CNC 202)
Reverse engineer a product for 3D replication. (CNC 202)
Set tools for CNC machining of a given product. (CNC 102)
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