ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TRAINING: SWISS STYLE SCREW MACHINE, AND CNC BASIC TRAINING: MILLING & TURNING
Nashua Community College is offering new training courses for manufacturing students of all skill levels.
CNC BASIC TRAINING: MILLING, CNC BASIC TRAINING: TURNING
The CNC Basic Training courses in Milling and Turning comprise 40 hours of training across 8-10 weeks. These courses are for both entry-level and skilled manufacturing audience. Entry-level students can gain foundational skills, and experienced workers and refine their skills to get ahead.
Each training pathways is also eligible for the Job Training Fund (JTF).
- CNC: Turning – On successful completion of the CNC: Turning course, students should be able to understand and perform basic machine operation, setup and basic programming of CNC Lathes. The course comprises 40 hours or classroom lecture, demonstration, discussion, and lab work. The class runs for 10 weeks in the summer, or 8 weeks during the fall or spring semesters.
- CNC: Milling – The CNC: Milling course teaches students to understand and perform basic machine operation, setup and G-Code programming of CNC Mills. The 40-hour course includes classroom lecture, demonstrations, discussion, and lab work, and lasts 10 weeks.
SWISS STYLE SCREW MACHINE
This course is meant for more experienced students; those with at least a year of CNC manufacturing experience. Swiss Style Screw Machines are used in the automotive, IT, medical manufacturing and consumer electronic industries. These machines can produce large numbers of small, precisely manufactured parts at a low cost, making them a popular choice in advanced manufacturing.
The next Swiss Style Screw Machine course at NCC runs Jan. 12, 2022 – March 16, 2022.
Corporate, Community, and Continuing Education Coordinator: Jon Mason, 603.717.1490, or [email protected]