CNC Machining

In the CNC Machining program, students learn the skills they need to be successful in industrial settings. Precision machine parts are vital components in a wide variety of industries. Students learn to turn a piece of raw metal stock into a useful machine part, accurate to within a few thousandths of an inch of the design specifications. Students also acquire the technical skills needed to run milling machines, lathes, and CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) equipment. The CNC Machining program is part of the Manufacturing Career Cluster.

Local Program Offerings:
CNC Precision Machining Technician

Students Learn:
Applied Mathematics
Shop Safety
Blueprint Reading
Precision Measuring Tools
CNC Equipment
Milling Machine Operation
Lathe Operation
Workforce Readiness

Equipment Used in Class:
HEM Saws
Horizontal Milling Machine
Drill Press
Vertical Milling Machine
Engine Lathe
Precision Measuring Tools
CNC Machining Center
CNC Turning Center

Student Organization: SkillsUSA

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Instructor – David Carlile
580-255-2903, ext. 263

Local Program Offerings

CNC Precision Machining Technician