High School CNC & Machining
A virtually endless variety of products are manufactured using Computer Numeric Control (CNC) technology. Students equipped to operate Mills, Lathes, Plasma Cutters, Tube Benders and Wire Formers will be invaluable assets to any employer. Equipment Operators, CNC Programmers and Machinists all require specialized skills, and we can introduce your high schoolers to these skills with world-class CNC curriculum and training systems.
The FANUC CNC Simulator provides exposure to the world’s most-used CNC control without the need for a full machine. The simulator can be operated in either milling or turning configurations. And since the Simulator is an actual FANUC CNC control, students will become familiarized with the function, layout and operation of the control to easily transfer to a fully-operational control.
With the FANUC 0i-Mate MD control, the LMV-F400 is a highly reliable machine that is being used in machine shop environments to aid in the industrial production of small parts. It is also a great teaching tool for educational environments where the students learn to use the same machine controls that can be found on big CNC machines all over the world.
Designed for education customers who need a complete CNC solution in a limited space. The TL-F20 is capable of 24/7 industrial production of small parts in a variety of materials ranging from plastics to ferrous metals.
FANUC ROBODRILL is a fully-fledged compact CNC milling, tapping and drilling center that delivers unrivalled quality and precision at great hourly rates. Proven to be extremely robust and reliable, it offers huge versatility across a wide range of applications from prototypes to entire production runs – and by far the shortest cycle times for most milling and drilling tasks.
The Principles of CNC eLearning course covers the fundamentals of the Computer Numerical Control (CNC) device and reviews the history, common components and functions, and common types and functions of CNC machines. Learners will study how a CNC machine uses the Cartesian coordinate system and reference points to control machine movement. Also provides an overview of part programming, including programming methods and program structure and codes.