It helps to...
be a math whiz who likes to know what makes things tick and is ultra-precise. Machinists work in machine shops, tool rooms, NASA, race shops, and factories.
If you love designing, customizing, and machining parts for motorcycles, racecars, or anything that can be imagined...
see your counselor to enroll today!
|1st Year Students||2nd Year Students||3rd Year Students|
Intro to Milling, Press, Surface Grinding
Intro to Lathe
#540048 / #540047
Learn basic skills operating precision machining equipment to manufacture products. In addition to machining skills, blueprint reading precision measurement and math is also taught.
Dual Enrollment classes are also taught through Calhoun Community College.
Intermediate Lathe & Bench Work
Intermediate Mill & Surface Grinder
#540049 / #540050
Develop advanced machining skills in all areas of manufacturing. Designing and engineering concepts are explored and developed. Computer Aided Design is also introduced.
Computer Numerical Control
Learn the skills needed to create and write a CNC program. CNC Milling and Turning G-code programming is taught as well as Computer Aided Manufacturing. Students will learn all aspects of Computer Numerical Control including programming and machine set-up. 3D printing is also taught. 3rd year students can accrue 9 credit hours of articulated credit through Calhoun Community College.
CREDENTIALING CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITIES
Our goal is to provide students with the opportunity to build stackable credentials as they navigate their programs of study. This will make our students more valuable to potential employers. Precision Machining offers the following certification opportunity:
Students may receive articulated credit through the Alabama State Community College System after completing quality assurance criteria in this Career Technical program.
Students in this program are eligible to complete the following for dual enrollment credit through Calhoun Community College.