Machine Technology program receives a new CNC milling machine

Funded primarily through grant funds and private donations, the Machine Technology program recently acquired a new Computer Numerical Control (CNC) milling machine to help students in the program gain machining skills on industry-standard equipment used in today’s machining industry. Pictured are (front) Machine Technology students Jeremy Munson, Jeffery Floyd, Robert Peluso, Ryan Roop, (back) Frank Cordova, and Kelsey Park, Trades and Industry Division Senior Administrative Assistant Vonnie Kerr, Trades and Industry Division Chair Doug Anderson, Machine Technology Instructor Jim Straub, Grants Coordinator Sara Fladeland, and Dean of Professional, Technical, and Workforce Education Mike Mires.

Posted: Friday, March 9, 2012

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