Precision Machining Technology

Precision Machining Technology

Manufacturing is no longer just “factory work” that has minimal requirements for employment and advancement. Thanks to the new global economy, innovative technologies, entrepreneurship and federal and state initiatives, manufacturing is forever changed.  The skilled craft of precision machining is needed not only in the automotive and aircraft industries, but also in the manufacturing of medical implants and instruments.

This course is open to juniors and seniors and is located at the Capital Area Career Center in Mason, MI.

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CNC Machining is a viable career path and workers are needed!  The Career Center in Mason has a Pre-engineering program that trains high school students in CNC Machining and other areas.  Listen to this story on Michigan Radio:

Precision Machining Technology Possible Career Fields

  • Machinist
  • Toolmaker
  • Mold maker
  • Computer Numerical Control (CNC) operator
  • Machine Repair
  • CNC programmer
  • Engineering