Computer Integrated Fabrication Technology Program
The Computer Integrated Fabrication Technology program prepares students for entry level positions as numerical control technicians, general machinists, tool and die makers, mold makers, tool designers, and quality control technicians. During the first year, students will develop a solid foundation in basic machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, and surface grinders. In the second year, students will develop basic skills in CNC programming, CAD/CAM, jig & fixture making, tool & die, and mold making. Upon completion of the program, graduates are awarded an Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) Degree.
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