Precision Machining

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Precision Machining
Precision Machining I is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of the precision machining processes used in industry, manufacturing, maintenance, and repair. The course instructs the student in industrial safety, terminology, tools and machine tools, measurement and layout. Students will become familiar with the setup and operation of power saws, drill presses, lathes, milling machines, grinders, and an introduction to CNC (computer controlled) machines. Certification tests available will be MTTC 101 Intro to Machining.

Machining students received certifications.
Precision Machining students receive NIMS Certifications. Students pictured are: Front Row, Noah Denney, Logan Surfus, Mason Conley, Brady Culver, Andrew Hubartt; Back Row, Jackson Curless, Colin Betterly Clayton Johnson and Samuel White. 
Machining students received certifications.
Precision Machining students receive NIMS Certifications: Students pictured are: Front Row, Jack Braden, Zachery Nevil, Jason Blake, Corbin Bolding. Back Row, Nathan Williams, Jacob Haneline, Cobra Flint and Brayden Turner.
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