Mr. Chuck Raybold firstname.lastname@example.org teaches this program.
Students learn practical mathematics, precision measurement, and blueprint reading. Once they master the proper use and safe handling of basic machine trade hand tools, they study set-up and operation of band saws, drill presses, lathes, milling machines, and precision grinders. Work also covers heat-treating and use of optical comparators. Emphasis is placed on computer-controlled (CNC) operations. Graduates are qualified to enter apprenticeship programs or pursue studies leading to a degree in mechanical engineering.
Certifications available to the successful Machine Technology student include:
Heartsaver AED, CPR & First Aid
NIMS Machining Level I
For information on where students can earn college credits, click here Machine Technology Link