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CNC Machining (Composites Technology Certificate Program)

CNC Machining will review and cover the fundamental Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining topics required to become a successful composites technician.These include: AutoCAD, G-Codes, M-Codes,Program Writing, Simulation Software,Safety Procedures,Machine Set-up and Operation.


Description

CNC Machining will review and cover the fundamental Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining topics required to become a successful composites technician. These include: the Cartesian coordinate system, AutoCAD (which is a commercial software application for 2D and 3D Computer-Aided Design – CAD), G-Codes (CNC programming language), M-Codes (machine code multi-paradigm numerical computing environment programming language), Program Writing, Simulation Software, Safety Procedures, Machine Set-up and Operation, program loading, execution, and error checking. This is a self-paced course goes through 4 pages of instruction and assessments, followed by a set of lectures and slides to cover 14 lessons. Prior to the downloadable course content, the site covers the prerequisites of calculating the feed rate for milling machine and calculating the RPM for milling machines. The course contains videos, articles and activities to assist in your understanding of the topic, along with lecture information and presentation slides that can be used when teaching this topic to others. The outcome from this course is that you should have a starting point from which you can create a course on the fundamentals of CNC machining.
Name CNC Machining (Composites Technology Certificate Program)
Language English
Duration 4:00 hours
Sector Rubber
Price (INR) FREE
Availablity Available full time
Certification Availability from Knowledge Partner Not Available
Certification Availability from eSkillIndia Not Available
Assessment Availability from Knowledge Partner Available
Pre-Qualification 11th to 12th

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