Metal Work And Machinist Schools

Metal Work and Machinist programs give students the skills they need to work safely in a variety of settings, such as machine shops, maintenance sites, and field locations. Students learn drafting, science, and math skills necessary for this type of career, and they become familiar with the different types of hand tools and precision measuring instruments. Topics include welding safety, electrode classification, power sources, shielding gases, and problem-solving. Students spend a large amount of time in practice studios learning about different types of metals and how to work effectively with them.

Students in these programs learn how to safely handle equipment such as drilling machines, saws, lathes, shapers, and milling machines. They learn how to fit and assemble parts. They learn about gears and gear drives, metallurgy, and how to select the right lubricant for the job. They learn arc welding and practice it on a variety of materials. Advanced knowledge in this area includes further study in metallurgy, metallic components, advanced machine equipment, advanced metal techniques, and tools like shapers, planers, and slotters.

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