The set-up, operation, and programming of computer numerical control (CNC) vertical machining centers is presented. Fundamentals in CNC concepts and programming are presented. Topics include shop safety, positioning and coordinate systems used in CNC programming, part programming, cutting processes, diagnosis and correction of programming errors, and advanced programming techniques used in production machining. Students will be using Haas vertical machining centers and will have the opportunity to test for their National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) level 1 operator, setup, and programming credential.

Prereq: MTT 100; MTT 110.
Recommended Coreq: MTT120.

Fall 2018
Credit
3.0
Course Fee: $35.00 | Prereq or Coreq required
Sessions
Ticket # CRN Days Times Location Instructor Status
191MTT125.950
T
5:30pm-7:45pm
Course Location

Hybrid

Hybrid instruction combines face-to-face and online formats. Between 40 and 60 percent of the instruction is delivered via the Internet, through use of the college's learning management system, with the balance of instruction delivered face-to-face.

Sugar Grove Campus, Akerlow Hall, Room 107

Staff

Open

191MTT125.950
TBA
Course Location

Hybrid

Hybrid instruction combines face-to-face and online formats. Between 40 and 60 percent of the instruction is delivered via the Internet, through use of the college's learning management system, with the balance of instruction delivered face-to-face.

Staff

Open

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