March 19, 2018

CNC – Computerized Numerical Control

Computerized Numerical Controls
This course prepares students for CNC programming, machine set-up, and machine operations. The course begins with the basics of CNC and how CNC controls work. Students will write programs in G-code for both milling machines and lathes, using Centurion contols. The students are expected to write programs, set-up the CNC machine and run the programs. In addition, the course will provide an overview on CAD/CAM software. Students Learn: Programming, Tool offsets, Zero points, Tool axis, Concepts of R plane, Work Coordinates, Circular interpolation, Tool lengths, Cutter radium compensation, Coordinate Measuring machine, and Electrical Discharge Machining.

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  • Tuition includes books, supplies & fees, No room/board
  • Financial Aid for those who qualify.

Call 440-576-6015 ext. 1007 for more information.

Hours 95
Evening Class Times 6:00 p.m. – 10:15 p.m.