Metal fabrication involves a variety of processes that take raw material, such as sheet metal, and convert it into a usable structure through layout, cutting, bending, assembling and a range of other processes. The Metal Fabrication program at Madison College will give you a strong grounding in these processes, preparing you for career success as a metalworker. As a Metal Fabrication student, you will:
- Learn the basics of cutting, forming and joining common manufacturing materials.
- Use a variety of manual and programmable equipment, techniques and processes.
- Get hands-on training to learn fundamental concepts of safety, measurement, layout, forming, joining, assembly, finishing and production.
- Develop your technical knowledge of blueprint reading, layout metal fabrication and welding.
- Produce fabricated assemblies and detailed drawings that conform to industry quality-control methods and standards.
Students in the Metal Fabrication program can attend full time.
Metal Fabrication program classes may be offered at these Madison College campuses:
- Fort Atkinson
- Madison - Truax
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