Tool and Die Technician
The Tool and Die Technician program prepares students for entry into the metalworking industry. Instruction is offered on basic machine tools as well as machines such as the electrical discharge machine, along with jigs, fixtures, gauges, and machinist hand tools. Related training includes blueprint reading, mathematics, precision inspection, and the use of the latest tooling available. This area of study prepares students to enter the field by developing quality skills in precision machining and enables learning of the specific abilities used to create precise machine parts and components. The tool and die work environment centers around the machine shop, tool rooms, and working on factory floors.
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