Learn CNC in Houston, Texas

Training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of CNC for students in Houston, TX


Total 10 training courses and degree programs available.

CNC Machining

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
School/Trainer: School of Automotive Machinists
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Houston, United States
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The program objective of Automotive Engine/CNC Machining course is to qualify graduates to be capable of understanding and performing machining operations utilizing Computer Numerically Controlled Machining Centers. The program will include both classroom and hands-on lab instruction. The primary emphasis of this program will be the application of CNC machining techniques to improve performance of cylinder heads and engine blocks.

Students will thoroughly explore the utilization of 5-Axis CNC Machining Centers as well as Coordinate Measuring Machine digitizing hardware and software applications and interfacing. Machine set-up, operation, and work piece preparation will be covered in detail. Special emphasis will be given to modification of high-performance and racing cylinder heads. Students will analyze and evaluate completed projects to quantify improvements, using racing industry standard equipment and techniques.

Graduates will benefit from improved opportunities for employment in all forms of the motorsports industry.

Course Prerequisites:

A. Present proof of secondary education (High School diploma or GED Certificate... [Read More]

Operation of CNC Turning Centers

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
School/Trainer: Houston Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Houston, United States

Continuation of Fundamentals of CNC Machine Controls with an emphasis on turning centers.

Computer Numerical Controls (CNC)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
School/Trainer: Houston Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Houston, United States

A study of numerical controlled machine operations. Emphasis on standard and computer numerical controlled (CNC) procedures for planning, preparing, and operating a computer-assisted program.

CNC Programming (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
School/Trainer: UTA - Division for Enterprise Development
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Austin, Arlington, Houston, United States
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This course is designed for current CNC machine operators to possess the ability to progress in their career. This course will enable successful candidates the ability to safely produce basic CNC programs for a 2 axis CNC turning center. The participant will possess the knowledge to understand, comprehend, and create a simple CNC program. Fanuc style programming will be the emphasis in this course.
Topics Include:
•Machine axis
•Co-ordinate system
•Program structure
•Program format
•Preparatory commands
•Miscellaneous functions
•Modal and non-modal commands
•Safety blocks
•Tool calls
•RPM calculations and surface speed for tools
•Linear interpolation
•Circular interpolation
•Drilling canned cycles

CNC Machinist (Certificate)

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: MT Training Center
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The CNC Machinist program is designed to provide the student with entry level skills and competencies necessary to perform entry-level CNC operator duties. Through classroom training, as well as hands-on experience the student will be able to safely operate a CNC mill, lathe, and other related equipment by the end of the course. Students will also learn basic programming for the CNC machinery and will be able to complete necessary paperwork and adhere to all safety rules and regulations required of CNC operators. The graduate will qualify for employment as a CNC operator, machinist, lathe operator, mill operator for various manufacturing companies.

CNC Programming with AutoCAD (Certificate)

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: CDM Institute - Pennsylvania
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Computer-control programmers and operators use computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines to cut and shape precision products, such as automobile parts, machine parts, and compressors. CNC machines include metal-machining tools such as lathes, multi-axis spindles, and milling machines. A computer-controlled module now performs the functions formerly performed by human operators in machine shops. CNC machines cut away material from a solid block of metal, plastic, or glass, known as a work-piece, to form a finished part. Computer-control programmers and operators normally produce large quantities of one part, although they may produce small batches or one-of-a-kind items. They use their knowledge of the working properties of metals and their skill with CNC programming to design and carry out the operations needed to make machined products that meet precise specifications.

Description: This course is designed to teach an experienced machinist how to program a CNC controlled Mill or Lathe and how to use basic AutoCAD functions to draw simple mechanical parts and assist in the g-code programming process. In order to simulate the CNC machine special computer softwa... [Read More]

CNC Programming

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: NAIT Corporate and International Training

An introduction to Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programming and CNC machining processes for the metals industry. Topics covered in this course will include machine language programming and interfacing auxiliary equipment.

CNC Programming

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Conestoga College Corporate Training
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Knowledge of general machine shop practices, including clamping, cutting tools, speeds and feeds, blueprint reading and Grade 11 Math. This course is designed for not only technical people with machining background but as well as those interested in pursuing a career in Numerical Control. An excellent course for non-technical people, quality control and engineers to gain a better understanding of what is involved in CNC, its potential and appreciate the complexities of programming. The course will cover the basic principles of toolpath development requirements of CNC, absolute and incremental programming styles using the coordinate system. It will cover a basic programming format for turning and machining centres. The students will utilize a simulator software to write a basic lathe and mill program taught in a computer lab with CNC simulation software.

CNC Preparation

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Conestoga College Corporate Training
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Computer simulation software will assist in the development of basic CNC programs in lathe and vertical mill. This will be prefaced by math calculation, co-ordinate systemizing, drawing interpretation and the PC file management skills required for data input. Generic versatility relative to metal removal, woodworking etc., will be covered. Individual assessments will determine whether a student should advance further to basic or intermediate level CNC programming.

CNC Part Programming/CNC Machining

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Carnegie Enterprise
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This is a specialist course which enables the student to acquire skills and competence in Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Machining and Part Programming.
StructureThis course is composed of two National Certificate units or one EMTA accredited unit. The course can be undertaken in a variety of ways, full-time, part-time or on a flexible basis. Entry is possible at any time throughout the year. The course is nominally 80 hours of student time, but, the duration will be dependent on the mode of study and the experience of the candidate.
ContentThe course covers the following areas:
- Interpret Component Drawings, Specifications and Instructions
- Set Up Tools and Components
- Operate Machines in Manual and Automatic Mode
- Monitor Cutting Cycles and Take Corrective Action where
Appropriate
- Comply with Regulations and Procedures and Use Safe Working
Practices Specified for Equipment and Work Areas
- Re-Dimension Component Drawings to Suit CNC Part
Programming Procedures
- Plan Operational Layouts
- Write Manual Part courses
- Produce Proved and Edited Discs for a part course.

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