Machining and Manufacturing in Texas
Employment opportunities for qualified Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machinists are expected to increase by 15% in Texas between 2016 and 2026*, adding more than 12,000 jobs in the state during that time. Around the country more than 140,000 machinists are needed in the next 10 years, as “made in America” brings jobs and stronger economies back to the U.S.A. At our Texas CNC machinist school, you’ll work on industry-standard machines provided by global leader Haas Automation. Steel, aluminum, and titanium will be among the materials you use in these impressive, technologically-advanced machines, and you’ll prepare to obtain credentials from the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS).
CNC Machinists play important roles in operating and programming the machines that create parts for a wide range of industries, including auto, aerospace, military, agriculture and more. Lincoln Tech’s CNC machinist school in Texas will prepare you for an entry-level career as a CNC Operator, Machinist or Set-up Technician. The CNC Machinist school at Lincoln Tech’s Texas campus helps set you up for success in a career that's building America:
- You’ll prepare to qualify for credentials from the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) in the areas of job planning, bench work, milling, CNC turning, and more.
- Computer-Aided-Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided-Manufacturing (CAM) classes teach you the software programs needed for milling parts.
- You’ll also learn to read blueprints and work with Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) equipment to direct tool paths.
If you're good with your hands, have a mind for problem-solving, and want to build a career where you're building things that really matter, it’s time to check out CNC manufacturing training at Lincoln Tech in Grand Prairie, TX!