Metal Working Classes
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The Huskins/Dual Enrollment metalworking classes at CFCC will introduce students to standard practices found in the metalworking industry. Students learn, through hands-on labs, to manufacture items using a variety of modern machine tools. These tools range from conventional machines such as, manual milling machines, lathes, and drill presses to CNC Computer Numerical Controlled) machines with the use of CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing) software. In addition, students learn how to use precision measuring tools and solve manufacturing problems with the skills they have learned throughout the classes.
The Machining Technology classes are taught in CFCC’s modern machine shop. The shop is equipped with thirty (30) conventional machine tools, five (5) CNC machines, four (4) CNC simulators and a full compliment of precision hand tools. In addition, CFCC’s new twenty-one (21) seat state-of-the-art “Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing” (CAD/CAM) Lab was opened January 2002
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