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Theory of High Efficiency CNC Machining / PS2100

Description:

This lecture course is designed to get the CNC machinist, programmer or process engineer to understand highly efficient machining operations at a theoretical level. PS2100 examines all components of the machining application and does an analysis of process performance by evaluating the integrity of each facet of the process as it impacts the place where the chip is made.

General Outline:

  • Understanding high performance machines
  • Understanding high performance cutting tools
  • Creating a highly efficient machining operation
  • Tool holders & Set ups
  • Logical Programming methods
  • Components of CNC machines
  • Understanding CAM
  • Material considerations
  • Calculations for High Efficiency Machining


  • Who Should Attend:

    CNC Machinists, programmers, process engineers, quality managers and any other person responsible for CNC machined product quality and efficiency will benefit from this course.


    This course is not currently scheduled. Please email us at workforcetraining@grcc.edu for information about the next offering or if you are a business looking for customized training.






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