WCCC's Machine Technology program offers affordable, accessible, high quality manufacturing education and training at the Archuleta Engineering Center. Students learn to apply industrial knowledge and skills to plan and implement designs, operate manual mills and lathes, operate computer aided machinery with CAD/CAM software, and computer-numerical controlled (CNC) machines.
Students also develop the skills that enable them to read blueprints, apply appropriate mathematical concepts, and understand the properties of metal and polymers. They do so in an atmosphere which encourages the full realization of each individual's potential and development of skills and professional integrity. Students are eligible for paid internships with local manufacturing companies that may lead to full employment.
- Cross-training in computer-aided design, machining, and welding programs to provide a broader understanding and skill base in manufacturing
- Current manufacturing technology equipment and software
- Class activities focus on application and problem solving
- Designated FeatureCAM Training Facility
Associate of Applied Science
Manufacturing Technology - Machining
Computer-numerical control operator
Numerical tool and process technician
Manufacturing engineering technician
Manufacturing inspection technician