The CNC Production and Inspection certificate prepares students for a high-demand career in the machine trades. Students learn basic machining through creative and inventive class projects. Instructors teach machine shop expectations, applied math, and a special emphasis on CAD/CAM programming and CNC machining. CNC Production and Inspection students can continue studying at LWTech to complete additional certificates or the Machining Technology Associate (AAS) degree.
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I-BEST Machining Technology Course Sequence and Course Descriptions
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