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420-316 CNC Machining Center Operation

This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of CNC. Students will develop the skills necessary to set up and operate a CNC vertical machining center. Topics that will be covered include: introduction to CNC, G and M codes, basic programming format, speeds and feeds, tool offsets, and the basic features of CNC control panels. Blueprint interpretation and math skills will be used to correctly select tooling, and determine workholding method.

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Offering number: 420-316-001

CRN: 10233
Tuition/fee: $361.50
Seats Open: 3
Instructor: Sakac, Bradley S
Dates: 08/22/18-12/18/18
Days: Wednesday
Times: 01:30pm-04:20pm
Room: I131

Offering number: 420-316-003

CRN: 10235
Tuition/fee: $361.50
Seats Open: 5
Instructor: Chirafisi, Peter M
Dates: 08/24/18-12/14/18
Days: Friday
Times: 12:00pm-02:50pm
Room: I131

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