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Precision Machine Technology
 
Instructor:  Robert Swordy
 
This course is designed for students who want to get an entry level position as a skilled machinist using manufacture industrial machinery; motor vehicle machinery; primary metals machinery; or millwright training.

First year: Safety; trade terms; hand tools; how to use: lathe, milling machine, band saw; how to measure within 1/100,000th of an inch; manufacturing process; blueprint reading; machine tool; introduction to computers; materials of industry; industrial mathematics; machine tool.

Second year: Introduction to CAD/CAM; how to use the computer numerically controlled milling machine(CNC); craftsmanship; applied trigonometry; resume and job applications.

Prefer (but not required) a C or better in Algebra, understands fractions and decimals. Ability to measure and read tools of measurement.

Articulated college credit is available through this course. For more information, click here.

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