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INTERMEDIATE CNC HAAS LATHE

Prerequisite: Introduction to CNC This intermediate course includes learning to write HAAS CNC programs from engineering drawings using G & M codes, practice machine shop safety continuously, applying machine shop math to solve problems, using precision machine shop measuring instruments, setting up a Dual-Spindle HAAS CNC turning center and manufacturing parts using student’s written programs from engineering drawings.

$930       CEUs 4.8      HRS: 48

Oct 30-Dec 13  6:00 pm -10 pm   CRN 50460       North Campus      TTh 

 

INTRODUCTION TO CNC

Prerequisites: None Note: Textbook is required. PPE to be purchased at students’ expense.

Demonstrate operations of CNC machine controls; compare and contrast the differences between conventional and CNC machines; utilize CNC machine applications for machining operations.

$795 CEUs 6.4 HRS: 64

Sep 04-Oct 25   6:00 pm -10:00 pm    CRN 50482   Central Campus    TTh

 

INTRODUCATION TO PLCs- SIEMENS 

Prerequisite: None Note: Materials are provided.

This course provides theory of Siemens programmable controllers including hardware, timers, counters data manipulation and troubleshooting. The course covers quickly diagnose problems using PLC software, how to connect to a processor that is online, make minor changes in the program to get the machine running, how to test new ideas and new components. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to install software and the modification of a program interface; explanation of what a PLC is and how it works; structure and operation of a PLC SIMATIC S7-300; compilation of an example program; and loading and debugging of an example program.

$755      CEUs 4.0      HRS: 40 

Sep 10-Oct 10    6:00 pm-10:00 pm     CRN 50531      North Campus     MW

 

NCCER SHEETMETAL LEVEL 1

An introduction to the materials, tools and techniques used in the sheet metal industry. Review of trade math problems involving measurement of lines, area, volume, weight and geometric figures. Introduction of types and uses of hand, layout and cutting tools along with bending and forming machines. Practice of material types and properties along with the principles of layout and metal forming.

$624       CEUs 7.2         HRS: 72

Aug 27-Dec 17     5:00 pm-9:30 pm        CRN 50455     North Campus    M

 

NCCER SHEETMETAL 2B

Prerequisite: None Note: Textbook is required.

Introduction to soldering roof flashings, gutters, down spouts and sheetmetal duct fabrications. This is a continuation of Sheetmetal 2A. Emphasis on using blueprints and shop drawings.

$624    CEUs 7.2     HRS: 72

 Aug 28-Dec 18   5:00 pm-9:30 pm      CRN 50456      North Campus       T

 

NCCER SHEETMETAL 3B

Prerequisite: None Note: Textbook is required.

A continuation to the triangulation layout and fabrication of ductwork. Introduction to equipment and techniques of welding metal. Includes shielded metal arc welding and gas cutting methods. Application of field measurements for layout and installation of duct sections and offsets.

$624       CEUs 7.2        HRS: 72

Aug 29-Dec 19     5:30 pm-9:30 pm       CRN 50457      North Campus      W

 

NCCER SHEETMETAL 4B

A comprehensive review of development and fabrication techniques. Introduction to the concepts of shop production and organization, elements of air balance and specialty applications related to louvers, dampers, access doors, ventilators, fume and exhaust systems.

$624       CEUs 7.2       HRS: 72

Aug 30-Dec 20      5:30 pm-9:30 pm     CRN 50458       North Campus      Th