Building on skills developed in the Machine Operator 1 Program, Machine Operator 2 delivers more in-depth programming of computerized numerical control equipment. Programs will be developed utilizing simulators, coupled with the operation of a CNC machining center and CNC lathe. Machine Operator 2 provides students with step-by-step instruction of CNC machining processes, an introduction to CAD/CAM and the inspection of parts. This course is designed for machine operators, machinists, programmers, engineers and supervisors. The in-class courses and projects consist of 180 hours of training.
The primary training outcome will be to understand and develop CNC programs that will produce machine parts per industrial blueprint specifications and standards.
JOB TITLES AT COURSE COMPLETION
- CNC Machine Programmer
CINCINNATI STATE EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS
- Additive (3D Printing) Manufacturing Technician Certificate (WDC)
- Applied Technology Specialist (ATS) Associate Degree
|START DATE||END DATE||DAYS||TIMES|
|June 22, 2022||December 14, 2022||Monday and Wednesday||5:30 PM – 9:30 PM|
CNC Machine Tool Programmer, WDC Certificate
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|Mechanical Plan Reading 2 |
A course that reviews basic mathematical skills used in the maintenance trades. Topics include: decimals, fractions, percents, ratios, proportions, roots, and powers; basic algebra; and basic trigonometry.
|CNC Programming Fundamentals |
A course on fundamentals of using and interpreting mechanical drawings and blueprints for geometric dimensioning, tolerances, and precision measurement required for manufacturing mechanical parts and assemblies.
|Computer-Aided Design (Solidworks)|
A course for machine operators and first-line supervisors on key OSHA General Industry Safety Standards.
|Computer-Aided Manufacturing (Mastercam) |
A course on manual machining operations such as drilling, tapping, boring, turning, and conventional milling and lathe work.
|CNC Tooling and Maintenance |
A course on using a computer to write CNC machine G and M code. Topics include: using multiple tools; cutter offsets; linear, circular and helical interpolation; and matching surfaces along lines and points of tangency to produce a part.