Courses of Study: Manufacturing


Manufacturing, Grade 9 - 12, Intermediate Computer Numerical Control, 2009

1.) Apply safety rules, regulations, and procedures for use of CNC equipment.

2.) Demonstrate care and safety for CNC machines.

Examples: maintenance—operating, cleaning, lubricating, setting up

3.) Demonstrate intermediate skills for writing a CNC program.

•  Identifying G and M codes
•  Identifying speed and feed codes
•  Identifying cutter positioning codes
•  Writing an intermediate CNC mill program for straight, angular, and circular moves
•  Writing an intermediate CNC lathe program for turning, facing, angle cuts, and corner radii
4.) Demonstrate advanced skills for writing a CNC program.

•  Defining G and M codes
•  Defining speed and feed codes
•  Writing advanced CNC milling programs for straight, angle, radii, and circular cuts
•  Writing advanced CNC lathe program for turning, facing, corner radii, threading, and angle cuts
5.) Demonstrate proper setup of CNC machines, including homer setup and tool setup.