Students will design and manufacture products using industry-standard equipment such as metal lathes, mills, CNC machinery, CAD software, and 3-D printers. Students will practice hands-on production techniques that include cutting, turning, milling, drilling, grinding, welding, and injection molding. This program combines design principles with hands-on manufacturing processes, creating products through P.R.I.M.E Industries (Pickaway-Ross Industrial Manufacturing Enterprises), an in-house manufacturing business model.
MACHINING & ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
In this program you will:
Participate as a member of this career and technical student organization.
CMFgA Certification (Certified Manufacturing Associate)
Students can earn up to 3 college credits upon successful completion of program courses.
MACHINING & ADVANCED MANUFACTURING VIDEO