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This course elaborates the principles and concepts of computer numerical control (CNC) used in the modern manufacturing facilities. The student will develop an increased understanding of CNC machine set-up, machine operation, tooling, and programming principles. G & M code programming language will be utilized to write part programs. Although there is a variety of machines and CNC controllers, this course focuses on the G & M codes that remain common from one machine to another.
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