CNC Manufacturing
Host District: Mentor
Program Location: Lakeland Community College
Program Teacher: Dave Messer
Phone: (440)974-5336
Fax: (216)974-5216
Junior Year Hours: 7:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
Senior Year Hours: 11:30 a.m.-2:00 a.m.
Credits: 3/year
Successful completion of the program will provide the student with the following knowledge and skills:
CAD drawing techniques (AutoCAD-Introduction)
Use of measuring tools
Use of hand tools and manual machines
CNC set up and operation
CNC programming
SURFCAM software
3-D solid modeling (Introduction)
Geometry and trigonometry applications
Quality control principles
Precision turning and milling
NOCTI (optional)
Articulated credit is available to successful completers through Lakeland College.
Junior Year
Shop safety
Blueprint reading
Measuring tools
Manual machining
SurfCAM (Introduction)
CNC programming (Introduction)
CNC machining (Introduction)
Northeast Ohio Robotics Competition
Senior Year
Solid works
CNC programming (Advanced)
Northeast Ohio Robotics Competition
Capstone experience
Suggested Preparation:
Successful completion of Algebra I and industrial arts and career technical electives
Academic Day:
Students are enrolled in CNC Manufacturing Technology, English and physics at Lakeland Community College and then return to home schools for remaining academics.
Student Organization:
Program Fees:
$25 junior year and $35 senior year
Certificate of Completion:
Students who have satisfactorily completed the two-year training period and who have a minimum of 90% attendance will receive a Career-Technical Certificate of Completion.
6451 Center Street   •   Mentor, Ohio 44060   •   Phone 440.255.4444   •   Fax 440.255.4622   •    Contact Us
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