The Precision Machine Tool Technology is a program designed to expose students to the high-tech world of advanced manufacturing. Students are taught to read engineered drawings, identify and use traditional hand tools, as well as highly accurate measuring tools. Students get experience on machine tools such as drill presses, milling machines, lathes, grinders, and Electrical Discharge Machines (EDM). Computer Numeric Control (CNC) machines from Haas Automation are used to teach students the most up to date machining techniques. Automated manufacturing processes are developed with the help of FANUC robotics. This program prepares students to enter the workforce in the fields of manual machining, CNC machining and programming, tool and die design, and manufacturing engineering. If you are a strong STEM student, enjoy creating interesting projects and working with technology then this program may be for you.
Precision Machine Tool Technology students learn:
National Institute for Metalworking Skills level 1
MasterCam CAD/CAM Certification
FANUC Robotics Certification
OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Training
College Opportunities are available for this program
Tool & Die Apprentice