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Advanced or Integrated Manufacturing

Advanced or integrated manufacturing is an exciting field that invents and creates the products that people need and want. It includes such things as robotics, computers, automation controls, CNC machining and welding technologies. In addition, composites and plastic injection molding are important to the world of advanced manufacturing. Training and certifying at different levels of advanced manufacturing means you can take a product from concept to design. You could transform a piece of titanium into an artificial hip, create the next-generation of snowboards, or use composites materials to build lifesaving drones.

  • Invent and create the products that people need and want.

  • Training and certifying at different levels of advanced manufacturing means you can take a product from concept to design

  • It includes such things as robotics, computers, automation controls, CNC machining and welding technologies.

Electromechanical Assembler

Assemblers will perform a wide variety of electrical and mechanical procedures in support of various contracts. Must be able to interpret detailed specifications and instructions and apply independent judgment. They are involved in product development and will be required to read and interpret engineering specifications from text, drawings and computer-aided drafting systems and how to use a variety of tools and precision measuring instruments.

  • Basic understanding and interpretation of technical and detailed documentation, blue prints, schematics and mechanical drawings, wire tables and diagrams, wire connections and soldering and mechanical hardware specifications.

  • Individual must have the ability to do accurate work at a rapid pace.

  • Ability to work with engineering department on new product design and documentation.

CNC Machining

Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) Machining is a method used to perform a wide range of manufacturing tasks, which are all carried out by computerized devices. With the help of Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Machining (CAM) in the late 1970s, CNC machines replaced the old-school manual machines. CNC machine operators work in a wide variety of fields. People from all different pursuits, such as hobbyists and even military groups, take advantage of the cost savings accrued by using CNC machines to turn raw materials into final products. CNC machining is taking a very exciting, technology-driven turn in today’s manufacturing industry. Using metal, wood, plastic and several other raw materials, you will be able to construct numerous items from scratch by programming a computer and having a basic understanding of geometric patterns

  • Tasks are carried out by computerized devices.

  • CNC machines turn raw materials into final products.

  • CNC machine operators work in a wide variety of fields.

Welding Technologies

Welding makes a profound impact on our daily lives. From the cars, we drive to the houses we live in, the welding industry is constantly shaping our world. Welding also makes an impact on our nation’s economy. Half of our total gross national product is comprised of welding related labor, products, and services. The welding industry offers a wide variety of dynamic and challenging careers. Underwater welders are needed on offshore oil rigs. Welder-operators use automated welding systems to manufacture cars. Structural welders help to construct skyscrapers and bridges. In addition to welders, other professionals such as certified inspectors and engineers rely on welding to do their jobs. Without these professionals, our country would fall apart (literally!)

  • The welding industry offers a wide variety of dynamic and challenging careers.

  • Underwater welders are needed on offshore oil rigs.

  • Structural welders help to construct skyscrapers and bridges.

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