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About the Course

Who Benefits

This course is designed for individuals seeking professions such as

  • General Machinist
  • Tool and Die Maker
  • Mould Makers
  • CNC Programmer
  • Millwright
  • Consumer Product Designers
  • Machine Tool Designers
  • Technology Hobbyist
  • Prototype Developer

Content

  1. Introduction to various types of CNC machines
  2. Cartesian coordinate system and related terminology
  3. G codes, M codes and other address symbols
  4. Canned Cycles and looped operations
  5. Cutter Radius Compensation and tool wear
  6. Multi tool CNC programs using subroutines
  7. CNC Program efficiency and time savings

Outcomes

  1. Identify symbols and interpolate standard notations of a typical CNC program.
  2. Compose a simple program for a multi tool operation of a CNC Milling Machine.
  3. Edit, modify and troubleshoot a simple program for a CNC Milling machine.

Course Outline

CRN
CAM 101
Course
Introduction to CNC Programming
Cost
$15
Start Date
Duration
23 Semester(s)
Location
Petrel College

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Upcoming Dates:

Admissions:
+1 (289) 842-3360
admission@petrelcollege.ca

Duration:
23 Semester(s)

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