Precision Machining

Student machining


Precision Machining Courses and Objectives


-Machine Tools

-Machining with Industrial Lathes

-Machining with Industrial Milling Machines

-Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Technology with Industrial Mills and Lathes


Licenses / Certifications

-NIMS Certification

Articulation Agreement

-3 credit hours at Shawnee State University

Skills Learned in Lab

-Reading blue prints

-Using micrometers, dial calipers, bore mics, depth mics and gauges to check parts

-Calibrating tools

-Setup and run manual lathes, mills, surface grinders, drill presses, and cut-off saws

-Writing and editing CNC program in G & M codes

-Making parts to print
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