Machine Tool Technology / CNC
Do you have an interest in design and visualization? Do you enjoy working with advanced technology?
If so, you may be a great fit for the Machine Tool Technology/CNC program at HFC.
Interested in this program?
Why should I choose this program?
Our program provides you with a foundation in the principles and skills of machining in an industrial manufacturing environment. By the time you finish, you will be able to solve complex technological problems through critical analysis, practice safe work habits in a manufacturing environment and gain entry-level employment as a machine tool operator or CNC programmer.
In our program you won't just sit in classrooms; you will engage in hands-on learning in a simulated work environment, guided by our industry-experienced professional staff. Our curriculum is project-based, allowing you to work directly with the latest CNC equipment and industry-standard software. You will learn how to create basic and complex parts using non-computerized machining and turning equipment, as well complete complex parts on computer controlled machining and turning centers. You will also learn how to synthesize information using numerical control software to complete three-dimensional parts on computer controlled milling and turning centers.
Enroll now in the Machine Tool Technology/CNC program to get started in a career in the industrial manufacturing industry.
What skills will I learn and improve?
- Create basic and complex parts
- CNC operation
- Numerical control software
- 3D fabrication
What are my career opportunities?
Program features and benefits
Industry standard software
Including master-cam, pcdemus, calypso.
Highly qualified staff
Staff work in the industry.
State-of-the-art lab equipment
Haas CNC Lathes, Haas CNC Vertical Milling Centers, Brown and Sharp CMM and more.
Testimonials and Endorsements
The Industrial Technology program at HFC is on the cutting edge of technology backed by knowledgeable staff. The program fully lives up to the HFC brand "FutureDriven."
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