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Precision Machining Technology

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  • Design and manufacture the tools and components for a wide range of production needs
  • Utilize Advanced computer-controlled technology to create steel, aluminum, and plactic components
  • Use critical thinking and math skills to master blueprint interpretation and product fabrication
  • You will complete one welding certification test in accordance with the standards set forth by The American Welding Society.
  • In this program you will complete 115-hours of on-the-job training with a participating industrial partner.
  • Certificate of Completion & Career Portfolio
Career Opps: 

Prepared for immediatle employment in the precision machining field including:


  • Precision Machinist
  • Tool & Die Apprentice
  • CNC Machine Operator


More Info: 

Call us at 330-669-7070 to sign up for a FREE information session to find out everything you need to know about our programs and enrollment processes!

This 722-hour program is designed to help prepare you for this high-pay, high-tech field of fabricating.

Your courses are scheduled every week Monday through Thursday from 4:00 - 10:00 p.m. and each semester you will also attend a few Friday sessions from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Topics include: machine tools, safety, basic math, algebra, geometry, precision measuring, blueprint reading, layout principles, micrometer reading (American/Metric), dial calipers, indicators, metallurgy, milling, horizontal/vertical sawing, drill sharpening, boring, reaming, lathe, center drilling, knurling, taper turning, milling/squaring, keyways, speed/feed calculations, coolants, machining theory, pneumatics, CNC fundamentals, basic welding and hands-on class projects.

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Precision Machining Technology
Precision Machining Technology
Precision Machining Technology
Precision Machining Technology