CNC Manufacturing Technician
What is the Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Manufacturing Technician program?
The Manufacturing Program provides students with post entry level skills in the Machine Manufacturing profession. The CNC Manufacturing Technician Program provides instruction in the programming, set up and operation of CNC Machine tools such CNC Turning Centers and CNC Machining Centers and the courses related to the profession.
What will I learn?
Programming, set up and operation of CNC Machine tools such CNC Turning Centers and CNC Machining Centers and the courses related to the profession
What can I do with this course of study?
CNC Machine Tool Operator, CNC Programmer, Machine tool setup person
What's special about program?
The Manufacturing program is designed to prepare students for manufacturing employment opportunities in Computer Numerical Control (CNC) professions. The program provides training in a renovated facility that is climate controlled Manufacturing Lab. Students will do set up and operation on HAAS CNC Vertical Machining Centers and HAAS SL 10 Turning Centers. MasterCAM software is used for programming the toolpaths. The program houses the Alamo Area Dual Credit Advanced Technology Manufacturing Academy (ATMA).
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SWC Multi-Disciplinary Instructional Center (MDIC), Building 3, 117
SWC Multi-Disciplinary Instructional Center (MDIC), Building 3, 119
SWC Industrial Technology Center (ITC) Building 1, A213