CNC for Operators I
This 20 hour course is designed to develop an introductory working knowledge of basic CNC programming. The student will learn basic programming concepts and techniques which will include; a study of EIA word address and conversational formats, numerical control systems and machinery, process planning, two and three axis programming, and math for numerical control.
- COURSE OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this course the student should be able to;
- a. Understand numerical control systems and components.
- b. Identify and use various types of CNC machines and tooling.
- c. Plan CNC machining strategies and operations from working drawings.
- d. Write two and three axis programs in EIA word address and Conversational formats, for various in house machine tools.
- e. Apply these methods and techniques to our shop environment.
- COURSE OUTLINE
- 1. Introduction to Numerical Control
- 2. Numerical control systems
- 3. Process planning and tooling
- 4. Two axis programming for milling
- 5. Three axis programming for milling
- 6. Math for numerical control
- 7. Numerical control for Lathes
Questions: 160 Roosevelt Ave., Ste 400, York, PA 17404; Phone – (717) 843-3891; Fax – (717) 854-9445; E-mail questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please note that these classes are all grant sponsored and
students will be required to complete the data forms.