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Automated Manufacturing & Machining
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Automated Manufacturing & Machining Overview & Lab Tour

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Jun 10

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

9:19–9:19 PM

Jun 10
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
9:00 - 10:00 AM

Think machining might be the career field for you? Department head and instructor Rick Hendricks walks you through the program options, the equipment you'll find in the labs, and the space where hands-on learning takes place.


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Manufacturing Engineering Technology (B.S.)

Take the lead in the future of manufacturing by engineering parts and processes. 

Automated Manufacturing Technology (A.A.S.)

Learn how to plan, organize, and carry out manufacturing projects.


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Dive into all aspects of machine operations from theory and design to CNC programming. 

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This hands-on program will prepare you for a career as a skilled machinist. 


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