Lesson content is quite consistent throughout each course. Once you've
completed one lesson, you'll understand the structure for all of them. Here is
a sample from the CNC Machining Center Programming class.
Lesson 1: Machining Configurations
As a programmer, you must understand what
makes up a CNC machining center. You must be able to
identify its basic components – you must understand the moving
components of the machine (called axes) – and you must know the
various functions of your machine that are programmable.
To complete this lesson:
Read the reading material - You can
also print this file to have a permanent reference - and if
you continue to print lesson text files, you will have a
manual that is over 250 pages when you complete the course.
You can also save this file to your computer's hard drive.
the presentation. Navigation is simple
using the media player.
the test for this lesson. Grading is
automatic and immediate. You will receive complete
results - usually within 24 hours.
Note: This particular lesson does not include a programming