CNC Machining and Manufacturing training in Indiana at Lincoln College of Technology
Solid manufacturing skills are needed throughout the United States to meet a strong domestic demand. CNC Machinists play a vital role in operating and programming complex manufacturing machines used to turn, mill and cut precise aluminum, titanium, and steel parts.
As a student in Lincoln College of Technology’s CNC Machining and Manufacturing Technology program in Indiana, your hands-on manufacturing training exposes you to the machines used on the job to create parts for airplanes, defense equipment, cars, the healthcare industry and industrial arts. You’ll program lathes, learn about multi-axis machining technology, use hand tools for manual milling and be exposed to CAD and CAM software inside our Indiana campus’ newly-built, 5,000 square foot CNC Machining area, equipped with Haas Automation’ CNC machines. Upon graduating from CNC machine training in Indiana, you’ll be ready for an entry-level career as a CNC Operator, Machinist or Set-up Technician.