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Course Name Introduction to CNC
Category C Course No. NC 101

Course Description The purpose of this twenty-four hour course is to provide the electrician with information and basic troubleshooting skills pertaining to the general maintenance of Computerized Numerical Controls (CNC). To reinforce the learning experience, participants will apply the skills they learned in the class through active participation with an actual CNC control. Discussions regarding specific applications will also strengthen the participants' learning skills.

Who Should Attend Electricians, electronic technicians or others who must troubleshoot CNC systems.

Prerequisites None

Length 24 hours
Class Size Up to 10
CEU's Awarded 2.1

Format Intensive Hands-on Workshop

Learning Objectives Participants will learn to:

  • Assemble the major components of a CNC System

  • Diagnose a CNC unit with known corrupt modules

  • Develop a plan, based on classroom techniques, to repair a damaged CNC unit

  • Utilize diagnostic equipment to isolate errors

  • Prioritize failure modes

  • Troubleshoot a CNC unit from the diagnostic routine software

  • Configure replacement modules

  • Practice proper installation techniques for damaged modules

  • Review parts program formats

  • Course Customization Call 1-800-777-0753 for a detailed outline or for information about tailoring this course to your specific needs.


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