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2018-19 Academic Catalog 
2018-19 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer-Aided Manufacturing - CCAM.COC

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This program prepares the student for an entry level position as a part programmer using CNC programming software. The student will be able to take a part print, determine the appropriate method for manufacturing, program the part, set up, and run CNC machinery. Students who complete the required course of study in CAM will be prepared for employment as a computer numeric controlled (CNC) programmer, 3D machining and modeling technician, CNC machine operator, or software integration technician.

Upon the successful completion of the requirements for this program, a Certificate of Completion in Computer-Aided Manufacturing will be awarded.

Total: 25 credits

Total (CCAM.COC) Curriculum Program Credits: 25


MET-151 /MET 151L  CNC Applications, may be used to to replace MET-131  and MET-231 .

Department Personnel

Name Title Office Phone Email
Ralph Disa Professor TPRK/100B 413-755-6142
John LaFrancis Professor TPRK/100B 413-755-6130
Gary Masciadrelli Professor/Chairperson TPRK/116 413-755-4602
Thomas Minor Instructor TPRK/116

Duane Parrette Instructor TPRK/116 413-755-4611
Joseph Sipitkowski Assistant Professor TPRK/116 413-755-6138

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