Computer Integrated Machining
CNC Turning Operator
This course introduces the operation of a qualified computer numerical controlled (CNC) program on a CNC controlled turning machine. Upon completion, students should be able to safely demonstrate the safe operation of a CNC turning machine.
Topics include the following:
- Basic understanding and use of CNC turning center
- Raw stock to finished part
- Basic Explanation of G & M codes
- Machine and work area safety
- Basic machine start up
- Basic machine power off
- Correctly load and unload parts
- Start running a program
- Haas Control keypad & Screen
- Basic blueprint reading
- Measuring tools
- Basic math
- Basic turning center cutting tools
- Common workpiece material
- Machine maintenance
Unless otherwise noted, classes are held at JCC Britt Building, 245 College Road, Smithfield, NC.
Registration Fee: $
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Advanced CNC Turning
This course introduced the concepts and capabilities of multi-axis CNC turning centers. Emphasis is placed on Y-axis program application, C-axis indexing, live tooling and bar feeder application and programing. Upon completion the student should be able to write a fully integrated turning center G-code program which will include X, Y, Z and C axis of motion as well as the programmable bar feeder.
This class is designed for individuals whom have been programming CNC turning centers for more than 3 years or who have an Associate Degree in Computer Integrated Machining. Basic programming will not be covered in this class.