The course provides the knowledge and skills required to set up and operate an Okuma Machining Center. Steps such as installing the appropriate tools correctly, establish the program zero points, perform corresponding tool offsets, and related machine safety procedures will be taught. Actual parts will be produced to proper specifications allowing for machine tool wear offsets and program modification problem solving.
The course provides the knowledge and skills required to "translate" a part drawing into a program capable of producing the finished product. The student will utilize Okumaâ€™s One Touch IGF to conversationally define a list of required processes, cutting tools, and stock properties. This information is then assembled into a logical / optimum sequence. This program can then be used to produce a finished part. The course emphasis is structured to include classroom instructional theory and hands on operation of a P300 Okuma Machining Center Simulator.
To register, obtain the 5-digit class number from the links above and phone (608) 258-2301 or toll-free at (855) 473-2301. Students outside of WI or MN may incur up to $40 in additional out-of-state fees.