In the Precision Machining program, students will invent, design, create, and build the advanced precision parts and tools used in everyday products. During the program, students will have the unique opportunity to work alongside local industry employers to design and build challenging projects using advanced, computer-controlled technology.
Students will program and control industrial CNC machines to produce products from engineering blueprints and specifications.
Students in this program will learn:
- CNC Machine Management
- Engineering Blueprints and Specifications
- CNC Programing
- Machining Technologies
- Material Handler
- Prototype Machinist
- Quality Control Supervisor
Students will have the opportunity to become certified on a number of heavy machines. Certification: National Institute for Metalworking Skills, OSHA 10-Hour, First Aid/CPR
- Kent State
Credits from the course carry to these colleges.