Precision Machining Technology - Coser 101.190
 

Contact Information:

Teacher's
classroom link
Deborah Theysohn, Principal of Career & Tech (RPEC)
Phone (845) 295-4172 or email deborah.theysohn@scboces.org


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(1 or 2 year program)
 
 
This is a one or two-year program designed to give students the training and knowledge necessary to design, create, and machine creations using computers & high tech tools.  Students begin instruction on manual machine tools and then advance to CNC (Computer Numeric Control) machine tools.  They will set up machining processes using computerized mills and lathes, measure dimensions to within +/- one ten-thousandth of an inch (.0001”) and machine them just as closely using state-of-the-art CNC machine tools from Haas CNC. The student will read and make drawings, and write a program to make the parts that have been designed.  Students will also have an opportunity for internships based on their academics and work ethics. They will gain knowledge and skills for entry level machinists, or continue their studies in college, military, or apprenticeships. Job earnings are from $9.50/hour to $45/hour and up. This program is designated as a HTEC facility (Haas Technical Education Center).

Course units of study include but are not limited to:
• Blueprint reading for Machinists
• Machine Tool Operation
• Mastercam CAD/CAM
• Basic MIG Welding
What career options are available?
• CNC Machinist
• CNC Tool Operator
• CNC Programmer
• CNC Set-up Technician
• Basic Machinist

 
College Articulation Agreements:
 
Alfred State College  --  http://www.alfredstate.edu/
SUNY Delhi  --  http://www.delhi.edu/
Baran Institute of Technology  --  http://east-windsor.lincedu.com/
SUNY Cobleskill  --  http://www.cobleskill.edu/
 
 
 
 
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Last Modified on July 29, 2014