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From Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing Programs

This tool is meant to make hiring easier for Washington’s aerospace and advanced manufacturing companies.

This is an ongoing list of Washington’s community and technical colleges that have aerospace and advanced manufacturing programs. Each listing details credits, program descriptions, skill sets (as taught in each program), contact information, and graduation dates.

Aerospace and advanced manufacturing industry companies can contact the community and technical college nearest to them and speak directly to an instructor about graduating students.

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Manual and CNC Machinest
Award Type
Certificate
Credits
60
Ends
05/31/19, 08/21/19, 11/22/19, 03/09/20, 06/05/20, 08/27/20
Anticipated Graduates
32
Contact
Categories
Manufacturing and Machining Technologies
Description
One year, 660 hours machining training (Manual & CNC Machining). program is designed to prepare individuals as Manual or CNC Machinists. Instruction covers advanced programming, set-up and operation of CNC machining and turning centers, geometric dimensioning and tolerance, geometry, trigonometry, machine tool theory, statistical process control.
Skill Sets
Manual - 220 hours
  • Perform entry-level tasks as a machinist; using manual machines and tools to perform routine machining functions.
  • Use mathematics skills to solve basic manufacturing problems.
  • Safely set-up, maintain and use mills, lathes and other shop equipment.
  • Set up and learn tooling basics and work offsets.
  • Apply teamwork, inspection and SPC to manufacturing problems.
  • Utilize properties of materials and establish correct feeds and speeds.
  • Interpret mechanical blueprints.
  • Learn and apply shop safety, MSDS, and LEAN practices.
 CNC - 440 Hours
  • Write G-code programs for both the CNC mill and lathe
  • Set up tools and successfully run machined parts on a CNC mill and lathe
  • Solve shop math problems using the 21 principals of geometry
  • Correctly interpret machine shop blueprints.
  • Use precision measuring tools such as micrometers, depth micrometers, height gages and bore gages and take readings from those instruments with accuracy within ±0.001”
  • Plan a job for manufacturing, which will include selecting the proper materials, machine tools, and machining processes to successfully produce a machined part
  • Use canned cycles when writing G-code programs for both the CNC mill and lathe
  • Solve shop math problems using trigonometry
  • Correctly interpret machine shop blueprints that use Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance - GD&T
  • Inspect machined parts to blueprint specifications
  • Plan a job for manufacturing, which will include selecting the proper materials, machine tools, and machining processes to successfully produce a machined part
  • Determine parts conforms to blue print specifications using statistical process control (SPC)

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Seattle, WA 98106



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