Machine Tool

Dual Credit High School Academy

Your local school district is partnering with CVTC to offer students the opportunity to earn college credits from CVTC while in high school. This academy begins a student's preparation for employment in CNC programming, CNC machining, CNC operation, mold making, and quality control inspection. Students will earn 5 credits into CVTC's Manufacturing programs, including credits towards their Welding and Machine Tooling Technics program.  Students will earn the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) certification, an industry recognized certificate, and have the opportunity to become employed in the Chippewa Valley.  This program is great for students who have good mechanical skills and enjoy building, working with their hands, or creating items.

You will learn the following:

  • Operating industrial-sized manual machine tools – including engine lathes and grinding machines
  • Precision tolerances with machine tools
  • Chip removal processes and applied physics
Course Title Dates Credits Days Times
Manual Lathe OperationsMonday, January 21 – Friday, May 17, 20193 creditsM,W,F1:42 - 3:25 p.m.
Blueprint Reading & GD&TTuesday, January 22 – Thursday, May 16, 20192 creditsT, TH1:42 - 3:25 p.m.

Academy Location: Augusta High School

Course Description

Manual Lathe Operations
This course is intended to develop the fundamental skill for a career in the machining trade. Fundamental processes include the following:   Manual Lathe operation, basic set-up, lay-out, measurement, turning processes, and tool geometry/sharpening. The format for this class is a self-paced lab with a minimum allowable standard established.  This course requires the purchase of tools and measuring equipment required for working in the Machine Tool lab. 

Blueprint Reading
This course is designed with an emphasis on machine tooling technology related to multi-view computer-aided design (CAD-working drawings in 2D & 3D) and manufacturing prints, freehand sketches, and construction layout geometry. Visualization, line usage, working drawings, holes, sections, threads, angles and tapers, and machine details are interpreted from industry standards. Use of the Machinery's Handbook, ASME Y14.5 Dimensioning and Tolerancing documents are applied to geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) with shop drawings/prints.

Just the Facts

Spring 2019
5 Credit High School Academy

Registration Status //
Open

Academy Dates //
January 21 - May 16, 2019

Days of Week //
Mon - Fri

Times //
1:42 - 3:25 p.m.

Classroom Location //
Augusta High School

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