Starting Fall 2017 all CNC Setup/Operation classes will be part of the Precision Machining 1-year technical diploma.

Virtually all manufactured products depend on the precision machining industry at some point during their production. Students learn to operate engine lathes, milling machines, drill presses, saws, precision grinders, and computer numerical control (CNC) equipment. Additional course work in metallurgy, heat treating, sharpening, using hand tools, precision measuring, and blueprint reading provides vital aspects necessary for this career.