Honors Precision Machining

Students in the Precision Machining program will develop skills needed to read and interpret prints, and to use precision measuring instruments and hand tools.  Students will learn to develop CNC programs using software applied in the industrial field and will be instructed in the efficient setup and operation of the drill press, vertical milling machines, engine lathes and grinders, and a true tracer.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES include Machinist, Maintenance Machinist, Instrument Maker, Inspector, Tool and Die Maker, Shop Supervisor and Engineer.



Level One: Precision Machining 1 Credit 1 Semester
Level Two: Precision Machining
Technical Math
3 Credits
1 Credit
2 Semesters
Optional Third Year Work Based Learning 4 Credits 2 Semesters

 documentPrecision Machining Syllabus

Articulated Credits available by review- Penn College