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George Russell, Program Manager | 803-981-7000 | grussell@yorktech.edu
Janie Liggins, Administrative Specialist | 803-981-7000 | jliggins@yorktech.edu


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REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS: Please follow the link above to REGISTER ONLINE for Okuma Product Training.

1) Click: "Register and pay for CE classes"
2) In the Search for (Key Word) field type "Okuma" and click the Submit button
3) Select the appropriate Course and Date desired, and click the Submit button.
4) Please use Legal Name and Social Security Number as your unique identifiers. All information will be kept confidential.

CNC 5501 Programming and Operation of Lathes   Full Description

Students completing this course will be proficient in skills to safely program, set-up, and operate a two axes CNC Lathe. This course ensures students can create a CNC programs to manufacture finished parts from stock material.

CNC 5502 Fundamentals of Programming / Operation of 4-Axis Lathes  Full Description

Students completing this course will be proficient in skills to safely program, set-up, and operate a four axes CNC Lathe. This course ensures students can create a CNC programs to manufacture finished parts from stock material.

CNC 5503 Fundamentals of Programming / Operation of Basic “M” Function  Full Description

Students completing this course will be proficient in skills to safely program, set-up, and operate the milling function on a two or four axes CNC Lathe. This course ensures students can create a CNC programs to manufacture finished parts from stock material utilizing the milling function. Prerequisite: CNC-5501 or 5502

CNC 5507 One Touch IGF for Lathes  Full Description

Students completing this course will be proficient in skills to safely program, set-up, and operate the One Touch IGF (Interactive Graphics Function) function on a two or four axes CNC Lathe. This course ensures students can create a CNC programs to manufacture finished parts from stock material utilizing the One Touch IGF function. Prerequisite: CNC-5501 or 5502

CNC 5601 Programming and Operation of VMC  Full Description

Students completing this course will be proficient in skills to safely program, set-up, and operate a three axes CNC Vertical Machining Center. This course ensures students can create a CNC programs to manufacture finished parts from stock material.

CNC 5602 Programming and Operation of HMC  Full Description

Students completing this course will be proficient in skills to safely program, set-up, and operate a three and four axes CNC Horizontal Machining Center. This course ensures students can create a CNC programs to manufacture finished parts from stock material.

CNC 5603 Multi-function Programmer Training  Full Description

Students completing this course will be proficient in skills to safely program, set-up, and operate a three axes CNC Vertical Machining Center. This course ensures students can create a CNC programs to manufacture finished parts from stock material.

CNC 5701  Full Description

Students completing this course will be proficient in skills to safely program, set-up, and operate a CNC Grinding Machine. This course ensures students can create a CNC programs to manufacture finished parts from stock material.

CNC 5800  Full Description

CNC 5801 MacTurn Operator Training  Full Description

Students completing this course will be proficient in skills to safely operate a seven to nine axes CNC Multifunction Lathe. This course ensures students can operate the CNC Multifunction Lathe to manufacture finished parts from stock material.

CNC 5803 MacTurn Programmer Training  Full Description

Students completing this course will be proficient in skills to safely program a seven to nine axes CNC Multifunction Lathe. This course ensures students can program the CNC Multifunction Lathe to manufacture finished parts from stock material.

CNC 5806 3D Virtual Monitor // Collision Avoidance System  Full Description

Students completing this course will be proficient in skills to safely apply, and define all the users required solid model objects, to embed / combine with the factory supplied base machine model such that an accurate machining environment exists. The course is targeted at Multus B200/300/400 machines which by default include CAS (Collision Avoidance System) as a standard OSP feature; or for those users that have the Okuma 3D Virtual Monitor software.

CNC 5808  Full Description

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