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Machining Technologies

Under the guidance of professional staff, students will:

  • Use high-tech computerized equipment to produce precision products used in all industries.
  • Make an engineer’s design a reality using Computer Numeric Control (CNC) equipment and CAD/CAM software
  • Develop a sound foundation for a career in engineering or manufacturing.

 


               


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Construction
Transportation
Human Services
Agriculture, Life and Health Services
Advanced Manufacturing
Arts & Creative Design
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Units of Study

  • Orientation / Safety
  • Performing Layout Work
  • Part Inspection
  • Bench Work
  • Drill Press
  • Grinding Machines
  • Lathes
  • Milling Machines
  • Machines, Tools, & Power Saw
  • Metallurgy
  • Charts, References, & Blueprints
  • CNC Programming

Certifications

Machining Technologies students earn the following certifications in high school:

  • NIMS Level 1:
  • CNC Milling
  • CNC Turning
  • Manual Drill Press
  • Manual Milling
  • Manual Turning Between Centers
  • Manual Turning with Chucking
  • Measurement/Materials/Safety
  • OSHA 10 Safety Certification

College Articulation

  • Bucks County Community College
  • Penn College of Technology
  • Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology

Industry Salary Ranges

  • Machinist: $25,230 - $61,290
  • Tool & Die Maker: $32,010 - $73,530
  • CNC Programmers: $32,330 - $75,780 

Career Opportunities

  • Machinist
  • Maintenance Machinist
  • Tool & Die Makers
  • Machine Operators
  • Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Set-Up / Operators/ Programmers
  • Quality Control Inspectors 

Program Costs

  • Uniform: $40
  • Scientific Calculator: $15
  • Certifications: First Attempt Free

Instructor:  Dean Ruch
Email: druch@ubtech.org
Phone: 215-795-2911 x230