CNC Machining Center Setup and Operation - just $139.00
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CNC Machining Center Setup And Operation
Assumes you have no previous shop experience
Learn how to setup and run the most popular type of metal-cutting CNC
Twelve activity-packed lessons
Narrated presentations with an easy-to-use media player
Printable reading material (over 200 pages)
Save-able reading material for for future reference
A test to take after each lesson - grading is automatic and immediate
On-going, self-paced course - enroll and begin at any time!
Take up to 60 days to finish
Personal assistance from your facilitator,
Silent version available for hearing impaired (or if your computer has no
Includes certificate upon successful completion!
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$139.00 (includes certificate upon successful completion)
course will help you master what it takes to setup and
run a CNC machining center. We begin in a basic
manner - assuming you have no previous experience in a
machine shop. We even provide information about
the basic machining practices, a topic often set as a
prerequisite to learning CNC. We then dig deep -
addressing all topics you must understand in order to
setup and run a machine.
four Key Concepts that are further divided into twelve
Get ready to learn aboutCNCmachining
Lesson One: Basic machining practices required for
Lesson Two: What does aCNCmachining
Know your machine from a
setup person’s or operator’s viewpoint
Lesson Three: General flow ofCNCprocess
Lesson Four: Machine configurations
Lesson Five: Understanding the control panels
Lesson Six: Important procedures needed to run the
Know the three
Lesson Seven: Understanding compensation
Lesson Eight: Fixture offsets and assigning program
Lesson Nine: Tool length compensation
Lesson Ten: Cutter radius compensation
Master the tasks to run aCNCmachining
Eleven: Tasks related to making setups
Lesson Twelve: Tasks related to completing a
Each lesson includes a
presentation, reading material (a portion of the
manual), and a test that will be graded. If you
have questions during a lesson, answers are just an
When you complete this
class, you'll know what it takes to setup and run a CNC
machining center. While you will still need
hands-on practice with an actual machine (practice
you'll get from your employer), you will understand the
concepts needed to setup and run a machine.
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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.