Applied Sciences and Engineering Technology
Certificates are also available in this curriculum.
Certificates are available in the following:
- Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
- Motorsports Machining
The Computer-Intergrated Machining curriculum prepares students with the analytical, creative and innovative skills necessary to take a production idea from initial concept through design, development and production, resulting in a finished product.
Graduates will be able to:
- Understand and evaluate a basic blueprint using specified NIMS tolerances and industry standards
- Identify work orders and write out or modify as needed correctly, calculate information needed to machine parts to correct specs
- Locate on computer the part location information and enter parts in the CNC machine and complete a CNC machine part
- Construct, input milling properties, and simulate cutting operation of 3-d surface and solid modeling features by computer-assisted methods
- Evaluate machining process during cutting operation and adjust initial variable settings to achieve maximum results
- Create a multiple part mechanism which requires both CNC milling and turning to manufacture a capstone
What fields or jobs are available for Computer-Integrated Machining majors?
- Fabrication Shops
- Medical suppliers
- Tool and Die making
Who employs Computer-Integrated Machining majors?
- Curtis/Wright Flight systems
- GE Aerospace
- Parker Hannifin
- Unison Aerospace
Preparing for a career in Computer-Integrated Machining:
Students will receive hands on training with a large variety of machines and tools. Students will learn blueprint reading, machine calculations and CAD/CAM. Course work will include manual machining, precision measuring, and high speed multi-axis machining on CNC machines.
Where do I find more information?
- Learning Support and Retention Counselor - 828-395-1436
• Assess your interest and abilities
- Applied Sciences Department - 828-395-1441
- National Institute for Metalworking Skills, Inc.: http://www.nims-skills.org
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