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WRK175: Learning the Tormach PCNC Mill

Overview
Outcomes
Enrollment

Computer numeric control (CNC) milling is a machining process that employs computerized controls and rotating multi-point cutting tools to progressively remove material from the workpiece and produce a custom-designed part or product. Very similar to CNC routers but capable of handling much stronger, heartier materials, CNC mills are suitable for machining a wide range of materials, such as metal, plastic, glass, and wood, and producing a variety of custom-designed parts and products.

In WRK175, we'll provide you with the skills necessary to succesfully run the Tormach PCNC 440 CNC mill, including basic tips and best practices to operate the machine, software, and how to use some of the conversational programming routines with the Tormach PCNC 440 mill.

Prerequisites:

SAF150: Workshop Safety
SAF101: Basic safety in the Innovation Wyrkshop

Location(s):

Innovation Wyrkshop

Hardware/Software:

Duration:

60 minutes

Cost:

Free

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College of Engineering & Applied Science Innovation Wyrkshop
(307) 766-6460  |  wyrkshop.org  |  tkerr1@uwyo.edu
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