ADVANCED MANUFACTURING AND ENGINEERING

Might a career in Advanced Manufacturing be for you, or for someone you care about? CCM’s Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Center helps prepare students for a rewarding career in this field with opportunities for apprenticeships and advanced skills training.

Today’s world of Advanced Manufacturing is a blend of fundamentals and new skills.  Basic blueprint reading is a must-have for everyone from line to leadership.  An introduction to Six Sigma provides an understanding of the fundamentals of this dynamic set of process tools.  These courses provide both novice and experienced workers with new knowledge and refresh the tool-kit required of all staff in the manufacturing arena.

BLUEPRINT READING AND MEASUREMENTS (WDT-145E)

Learn how to read shop and engineering blueprints and how to fabricate parts and perform assembly operations. Learn current drafting standards and blueprint reading techniques, review standard lines and symbols, sketching techniques, orthographic projection, auxiliary views, drawings, dimensions, tolerances, sectional views, title block information, machining specifications and specialized forms of engineering drawings. Learn how to draw principal and isometric views and understand how blueprints and tolerances relate to the manufacturing process.

INSTRUCTOR: Anthony Horbert, AAS, CSWA, CSWPA-WD, CSWPA-SM

Wed, Jan 25, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
On campus: AME-103
1 session: 6 hrs, CEU 0.6
Course: 28151
Cost: $199

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GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING (GD&T) (WDT-146E)

This course will provide essential knowledge of how to create a well-structured GD&T, which will improve communications within your machine shop and ensure everyone involved is speaking the same language. GD&T concepts covered will include CNC machining tolerances, the Datum Reference Frame (DRF), interpretation of symbols, the Feature Control Frame, communicating basic dimensions and material condition modifiers.

INSTRUCTOR: Anthony Horbert, AAS, CSWA, CSWPA-WD, CSWPA-SM

Wed, Feb 1, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

On campus:  AME-103

Course: 28152

1 session: 6 hrs, CEU 0.6

Cost: $199

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INTRODUCTION TO CNC (WDT-149E)

This course provides a practical application of computerized product development and related prototyping concepts, as well as exposure to basic G-code programming, machine setup, manual and post processed programs, tool offsets and tool changing. Participants will be able to implement all previously learned prototyping concepts to successfully setup and operate CNC milling and CNC turning centers.

Instructor: Anthony Horbert, AAS, CSWA, CSWPA-WD, CSWPA-SM

Tues and Thurs, March 21-23, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

On campus: AME 136
2 sessions: 12 hrs, CEU 1.2
Course: 28154
Cost: $379

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INTRODUCTION TO MANUAL MACHINING (WDT-217E)

This course covers precision measurements and elementary theory of cutting and machining methods with emphasis on the proper operation of the manual lathe and the vertical mill.

Instructor: Anthony Horbert, AAS, CSWA, CSWPA-WD, CSWPA-SM

Tues and Thurs, March 7-9, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

On campus: AME 136
2 sessions: 12 hrs, CEU 1.2
Course: 28153
Cost: $379

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INTRODUCTION TO UNIVERSAL ROBOTS (WDT-237E)

Learn the fundamentals of programing the Universal Robot (UR). In this class, students will learn how to set up tools, create programs, apply safety setting and interact with external conveyors and devices.

Instructor: Anthony Horbert, AAS, CSWA, CSWPA-WD, CSWPA-SM

Wed, May 3, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
On campus: AME 106
1 session: 6 hrs, CEU 0.6
Course: 28155
Cost: $199

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