The CNC Toolmaking Diploma program trains students to become skilled craftspeople who make precision metal parts that are highly specialized and not mass produced. Machinists produce parts from metal castings, forgings, stampings, or from solid metal stock. They make parts to exact specifications by removing excess metal with the aid of machine tools, numerically controlled machines, computer assisted machinery, and precise measuring and gauging equipment.
As the economy expands, so will the demand for manufactured goods that need machine metal parts. Graduates of the CNC Toolmaking program are hired by industries that manufacture
automobiles, industrial machinery, military equipment, and other metal
Program Delivery Methods
Traditional in-class and hands-on training in state-of-the-art lab on Saint Paul College campus, St. Paul, MN