CNC /MasterCAM diploma training program

This  program prepares our graduates for a career within Canada’s growing industrial community. Upon the successful completion of the CNC /MasterCAM program graduates will be able to understand and apply Computerized Numerical Control technology (CNC) from the introduction of CNC programming to advanced applications. Graduates will be able to develop CNC programs for a variety of machines, such as drills, mills, machining centers and lathes, using verifiable manual and computerized methods. The focus of the program is on practical industrial applications andproblem solving using a professional approach. On on successful completion graduatesare eligible to receive a CNC/MasterCAM diploma issued by Stanford International College.

The Diploma in CNC/MasterCAM program includes

Introduction to CNC Programming

CNC Specifications for Lathe Operations

CNC Specifications for Milling Operations

CNC Setup Time Reduction

CNC Cycle Time Reduction

Programming with M-Code in CNC Machine Programming with G-Code in CNCMachine CNC Parametric Programming

Advanced CNC Techniques, Setups & Operations Introduction toMasterCAM

2-D Geometry Construction

2-D Geometry Creation & Tool paths

3-D Tool path Generation

3-D Wideframe Generation

3-D Surface Creation

CNC Machinists develop computer applications for machines and process and diagnose problems relating to CNC Machining and design programs for CNC machines. CNC Machinists set up and operate a variety of machine tools to cutmetal, plastic or other materials to create or modify parts and products with precise dimensions. Machining and tooling inspectors inspect the parts,products and tooling produced from machines to maintain quality control standards. CNC Machinists are employed by machinery, equipment, motor vehicle,automotive parts, aircraft and other metal products manufacturing companies and by machine shops. Typical job titles are:

Automotive machinist, Machine shop inspect,  Machinist, Aviation machinist, Machined parts inspector ,Machinist apprentice, General machinist, Machining inspector or  Tooling Inspector

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