Precision Machining

Is PRECISION MACHINING for you?

Would you like to:

  • Invent, design, and manufacture the tools and components for a wide range of production
    needs
  • Use advanced computer controlled technology to manufacture precise steel, aluminum, and
    plastic components
  • Work daily with the same advanced equipment and techniques as industry leadersPrecision Machining Icon

In this lab you need to be/have:

  • Good work ethic
  • Good math skills
  • Detail oriented
  • Good ingenuity

IN PRECISION MACHINING YOU WILL EARN CERTIFICATION IN:

  • Potential Certification: National Institute for Metalworking Skill
  • Potential Certification: OSHA 10 General Industry

SKILLS TAUGHT IN PRECISION MACHINING:

Learn precision manufacturing techniques in the Precision Machining Lab!

  • Precision Machining
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Computer Numerical Control
  • Hand Tools
  • Lathes
  • Mills
  • Grinders

TYPICAL WAGES FOR JOBS IN THIS FIELD:

Machinist $39,220
Precision Machining Operator $35,220
Precision Machining Programmer $45,890
QC Inspector $34,090
Mechanical Engineer $79,230
* National Median Salaries
* Ohio Career Information System, 2010
* May require post-high school degrees

CAREER OPTIONS OPEN WITH THIS CERTIFICATION:

  • Machine Operator
  • Machinist
  • Precision Machining Machinist
  • Inspector
  • Quality Control
  • Precision Machining Programmer
  • Tool Room (Tool Setter)

CAREER OPTIONS WITH ADDITIONAL TRAINING / EDUCATION:

  • Master CAM CAD Designer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Electro-Mechanical Engineer

ARTICULATED AGREEMENTS

  • North Central State College
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