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What to Expect:

  • Gain an understanding of technology and the concept of design for manufacturing, study workplace safety and workplace organization, workplace communication skills, and essential machine operation
  • Learn how to read and interpret blueprints and schematics accurately; graphic design and computer-aided drawing, quality assurance methods and quality control concepts, use precision measurement tools and instruments, and understand modern business practices.
  • Develop skills in computer-aided manufacturing and flexible manufacturing planning; produce a product via a master project; manual milling machines, computer-numeric-control machines
  • Receive training on 3D printing, laser engraving/cutting, plasma cutting, metal bending, collaborative robotic, and automated production equipment
  • Learn how select production processes, welding systems, and robotic systems used in manufacturing
  • Study mechanisms, AC/DC electrical control, programmable logic control, fluid power, and maintenance of technological systems
  • Explore career opportunities and gain employability skills