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CNC G-Code Programming

Attain a fundamental understanding of set-up, operation, and programming procedures of computer numerically
controlled (CNC) machines. Students will learn how to program and produce a part on the CNC mill and CNC lathe from a part print using G-Code programming. Conversational programming will also be introduced in this class. Students who successfully complete this class may qualify to apply for entry CNC operator and CNC programmer positions. If
students have prior experience in basic machining and instructor approval, they may opt-out of the Basic Machine class. Course limited to 10 students. Students completing this program will qualify for entry-level CNC positions. If a student has prior experience in basic machining and instructor approval, they may opt-out of the basic machining. Class limited to 10 students. Offers articulated college credit.

Please note:  There is a prerequisite of Basic Machine Shop or test out at M-TEC. Computers in Manufacturing Assessment at M-TEC (no charge); if the score is less than 80% student should take Computers in Manufacturing course ($95).

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