Computer Numerical Control
See Computer Numerical Control - Advanced Certificate
See Computer Numerical Control -- Certificate of Achievement.pdf
As a CNC Machine Tool Programmer/Operator, you will use computer driven machine tools such as lathes, mills, lasers, water jets, wire and/or sinker electrical discharge machines, tube benders, punches, brakes, and grinders to shape materials to precise dimensions. Although some programmer/operators can work with a wide variety of CNC machine tools, most specialize in one or two types. Specific duties may include: studying blueprints or sketches; building tooling, jigs, or fixtures; programming and editing; machine work pieces; inspecting and certifying product for dimensional accuracy; and light duty repair and maintenance of the CNC machine.
|Terry Morse (CNC Coordinator)
Computer Numerical Control Machinist Certificate of Achievement Program
Want to get a jump start on a fast growing career?
The CNC Certificate of Achievement Program at Delta College prepares you for entry-level positions to manufacture precision products. You could work in a variety of manufacturing industries such as automotive, aviation, alternative energy, agricultural, medical and communications.
You’ll train to use computer driven machine tools such as lathes, mills, lasers, water jet, electrical discharge machines and grinders to shape materials to precise dimensions.