CNC Programming and Machining
Theory and practice in CNC part programming and machining using G and M code language. Program writing and CAD/CAM code generation for two- and three-axis milling centers and lathes. Theory and practice is given on straight, taper, and radius turning. Drilling, tapping, grooving, threading, milling, and contouring are covered. Applications include tool setup, manual data input, and fixture building. 4 Credits (1 Lecture - 9 Lab) Prerequisite(s): CIM101 and MTT119.