CNC Milling Operations I

Provides transitional information between conventional machining applications and the typical applications found in Computer Numerical Control Machining. Topics may consist of Numerical Control Systems, The Cartesian Coordinate System, High-Efficiency Tooling Applications, Objectives of Numerical Control, Calculating Speed and Feed Rates, Defining and Calculating Tool Motion, Fixturing Requirements, Basic Program Structure, Programming Codes, and Basic Conversational Programming. Operations of NC machines will be required.

Course objectives:

  • Provide a transitional base that derives from conventional machining operations to operations consisting of numerical control technology 
  • Provide fundamentals to CNC machining operations and applications 
  • Identify NC controls and functions on a CNC machine 
  • Demonstrate the basic concepts of CNC programming 
  • List the factors that influence the selection of an NC machine 
  • Identify the correct process plan and tooling selection 
    1. Develop a manual program to run an NC machine 
    2. Demonstrate competency to run a fixtured part using an NC program 
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Course Includes

  • 5 Lessons
  • 8 Topics
  • 5 Quizzes
  • Course Certificate