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Advanced CNC Techniques With Basic Features
Assumes you have been working with CNC machine tools
Learn many techniques not commonly taught in basic CNC courses
Find ways to reduce setup and cycle time, and to improve CNC utilization
Enhance your understanding of CNC machining and turning centers
Twenty activity-packed lessons
Narrated presentations - navigate with an easy-to-use media player
Printable course text (over 200 pages)
On-going, self-paced course - enroll and begin at any time!
Take up to 60 days to finish
Personal assistance from your instructor,
A great training value! Enroll today!
just $179.00 (includes certificate of completion)
In this class you will
learn techniques that are not commonly presented in
basic CNC classes. Note that our definition of an
advanced technique is any technique that you don’t know
about that can help you.This means some relatively basis, though obscure
techniques will be fair game in this class.Techniques are aimed at shortening programs,
simplifying programming, reducing setup time, reducing
production run time, enhancing safety, or in some other
way to help improve the utilization of your CNC machine
address both machining centers (mills) and turning
centers (lathes) in this class.
Here are the twenty lessons
that make up this class:
§Lesson twenty: T
code techniques for turning centers
Each lesson includes a
presentation, reading material (a portion of the
manual), and a test that will be graded. Some
lessons include an additional activity that is not
you have questions during a lesson, answers are just an
When you finish this class,
you should be well armed to start making improvements in
your company’s CNC environment.Indeed, with the costs related to CNC machine
tools, you may be able to pay for this class with the
first technique you apply!
To pay with PayPal, click the Buy Now link above and complete
the PayPal checkout. Once we receive your payment, we must still process your
registration before you will be allowed access to the virtual classroom. If you
register during our regular working hours (9:00am - 5:00pm CST, Monday -
Friday), we can usually have you in the class in less than an hour. If you
register during off-hours, your registration will be processed on the next
business day. Once your retistration is processed, you'll be emailed a welcome
note that includes a link to the log-in page, along with your password.
To register and pay with a credit card:
You can order your class on-line (click the "Add To
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register during our regular working hours (9:00am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday), we
can usually have you in the class in less than an hour. If you register
during off-hours, your registration will be processed on the next business day.
Once your order is processed, you'll be emailed a welcome note that includes a
link to the log-in page, along with your password. If you register on
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On-Line Classes or CD-Rom Courses
What's the difference?
Much of the
same content is presented in both of these training media,
though the CD-rom
courses tend to be a little more comprehensive than the
on-line classes. Here are the most important differences:
The machining center and turning center
CD-rom course cover all three tasks a student must master
(programming, setup, and operation) in one course. With the
on-line classes, we cover programming in a separate course from
setup and operation.
CD-rom courses include a hard copy of
your manual. With our on-line classes, you print the manual
as you go through the course.
With CD-rom courses, you receive an
answer book and check your own answers. With our on-line classes
your instructor provides grades and comments for each exercise
courses can be used multiple times to train several people. With
the on-line classes each student must register separately.