Computerized Machine Tool Systems

Students in the Computerized Machine Tool Systems technology acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the complex field of industrial tooling manufacture and design. Through the curriculum, students are exposed to the necessary areas of industrial tooling production including the concepts of design, manufacture and maintenance of plastic molds, glass molds, jigs and fixtures, and the dies required by the metal stamping industry.

Career Opportunities

Manufacturing Facilities, Industrial Management, Quality Control Companies, Purchasing, Machine Tool Sales

Position Titles

Toolmaker, General Machinist, Diemaker, Maintenance Mechanic, Moldmaker, Tooling Supervisor, Patternmaker, Tool Design, CAD Operator, CNC Programmer, CNC Operator, Mastercam Operator

Related Careers:
Fluid Power
Industrial Engineering Technology
Mechanical Design

Schools Offering Programs for this Career:
Zane State College

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Career information from Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor,
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2004-05 Edition and member schools.