Post Secondary

Provides fundamentals of computer-controlled machine tools to include conversational language and basic G & M code programming. Emphasis on increasing productivity, setup procedures, reliability, repeatability and flexibility. Basic G & M codes work coordinates machine axis information associated with CNC machining will be taught.

Condition: Accepted into the Basic Machining Technical Diploma, Machine Tool Technics Technical Diploma, Machine Tool Operation Technical Diploma, Manufacturing Technician Technical Diploma, Machine Tool Basics Certificate or Virtual Machine Tool Programming Certificate or with Dean or Associate Dean approval.

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