Advanced Manufacturing II & III

Registration # CT 554
Grade:   11, 12
Level:   Advanced/Running Start Option
Credit:   2.0  
Prerequisite:  Machine Tool I and/or Advanced Manufacturing II with a grade of  75% or higher and instructor approval.
These classes will focus on the manufacturing process and how items are machined, fabricated, and assembled to industry standards.  A great emphasis is placed on safety, work ethic, industry standards, measurement, turning, milling, welding, blueprint reading, and extreme fabrication.  Students will utilize the CNC Milling Machines, CNC Lathe, and CNC Plasma cutter to make precision parts and projects.
Third-year students will focus on in-depth, real-world operations and instruction in machining. Emphasis will be placed on the set-up of CNC machines, fixture building, engineering, design, inspection, advanced welding techniques, and mathematics.  All projects will be built to industry standards.  Past projects include CNC parts for NASA, race cars, motorcycles, Stirling engines, go-karts, tree stands, trailers, and wood stoves.
Advanced Manufacturing III students are eligible for a variety of different opportunities, which include:  college credit through Running Start, NASA Hunch Program, Hunting International Internship (paid full tuition to community college), internships, apprenticeships, as well as scholarships in Machine Tool and Welding.  Running Start credit (up to 5 credits) available through Lakes Region Community College (LRCC) and articulated dual enrollment college credit is available through Central Maine Community College (CMCC), and Southern Maine Community College (SMCC).

Students who earn “completer” status in this program may receive up to 8 college credits at Keene State College (KSC)
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