Machining & CNC
Almost every product made today, from a pop can, to the space shuttle is created using Machining & CNC Technology. Students will cut and shape steel, brass, aluminum and other materials into various sizes and configurations from blueprints using specialized tools and equipment. Learn hands-on with the latest high tech advancements in computerized machinery (CNC). Train using manual machine techniques and Computer-aided Machining (CAM) using MasterCam software. Take this class if you enjoy working with your hands, are mechanically inclined, and are good at visualizing objects and have good math skills.
Instructor: Stephen Potter
Syllabus Machining and CNC 2019-20