Course: TE710 Machining I TC

Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12

Subject Area: Manufacturing

Type: Standard, Potential College Credit

Credits: .5

Course Information:

Students will investigate the operation of manual and CNC machines. They will explore manual and CNC Machining as subtractive manufacturing technology and analyze its methods of sage operation. Students examine the purpose of offsets and their calculation, application, and storage. They identify appropriate machine tools and cutting tools for various production processes. Using a hands-on approach in the lab, students relate the removal of material from solid stock to produce a component per specifications outlined on a mechanical drawing. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to apply the concepts presented to the operation of a manual or CNC machine.


If you take this course, you must have successfully passed TE121 - Metals I TC

Notes: Students may receive transcripted credit for this course from Gateway Technical College.