Introduction to Computer Numerical Control

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Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining is the process through which computers control machine-based processes in manufacturing. The kinds of machines controlled include lathes, mills, routers and grinders – all used for manufacturing of metal and plastic products. 

In this course, you’ll learn the ins-and-outs of CNC machining; building the essential knowledge to develop and operate a project with a CNC machine.

From plan interpretation to machining and quality control, you will learn how to make the right decision in every stage of a project through videos and interactive activities.  

We invite you to take part of the “Jaque Mate” company project, the objective of which is to produce chess pieces.

Are you up for the challenge?

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Great course, I always kept hearing about CNC machining but never actually knew what it was about until now, the course does a great job at giving a general idea of every knowledge you should know if you wanted to start working with a CNC machine and start automating a process. But it´s just as the title says, it´s just a introduction to CNC and it doesn't go in depth with any of the content shown, which isn't bad I may say, it gives the possibility to anyone (Regardless of previous knowledge, career, etc) to check out the course and enjoy it. It would be very interesting to see an advanced course for CNC machining in the future and be able to keep honing CNC knowledge.
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