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Minnesota State Colleges and Universities

Machine Tool Technology

The Machine Tool Technology diploma is designed to prepare students to enter the machine tool trade. The first year of Machine Tool Technology training is used to explain the nature and purpose of the machine trade. The student is introduced to tools, materials, equipment, and trade terms and develops the skills to do the job. The student receives advanced precision machining skills using machines such as the computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining and turning centers, wire and sinking EDM’s, precision surface grinders, CAD/CAM software, and other shop equipment. Blueprint reading is also learned. Students become acquainted with a variety of metals and learn how to use the various types of cutting tools. Use of precise measuring tools and making accurate setups on manual lathes, vertical milling machines, surface grinders, CNC machines, and other various shop equipment is also taught.

Welding Technology / Welder

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CNC Manufacturing Technology

TheAnoka Technical College CNC Design & Manufacturing Technology program is designed and taught by industry professionals. The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree and the diploma programs are designed to meet our student's career goals. The programs combine technical education with general education to provide graduates with the precise skills necessary for success in manufacturing.

Our students learn how to:

  • write and edit CNC programs
  • perform complex setups
  • basic troubleshooting of machine problems
  • cycle time reduction practices
  • fixture design and building
  • recognize areas for process improvements

They are trained to safely operate:

  • Manual lathes
  • Drills Mills
  • Grinders
  • CNC mills
  • CNC lathes
  • CNC wire
  • EDM
  • CNC sinker
  • EDM Coordinate measuring machine
  • CAD/CAM 4 & 5 axis

Tool and Die Technology / Technician

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Machine Shop Technology / Assistant

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Sheet Metal & HVAC Ducts & Fittings

Sheet mental workers fabricate and install heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems for commercial and residential use. Sheet Metal workers also Fabricate and install metal roofing and siding and stainless steel kitchen equipment. Students prepare pattern layouts, use tools and machines to cut and form sheets of metal, and operate soldering and welding equipment.

Machine Technology

A program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to plan, manufacture, assemble, test, and repair parts, mechanisms, machines, and structures in which materials are cast, formed, shaped, molded, heat treated, cut, twisted, press

Campus Locations

Alexandria Technical & Community College

1601 Jefferson Streeet

Alexandria,

MN
56308

Anoka Technical College

1355 Highway 10 West

Anoka,

MN
55303

Central Lakes College-Brainerd

501 West College Drive

Brainerd,

MN
56401

Dakota County Technical College

1300 145th Street East

Rosemount,

MN
55068

Hennepin Technical College

9000 Brooklyn Blvd

Brooklyn Park,

MN
55445

Lake Superior College

2101 Trinity Rd

Duluth,

MN
55811

Mesabi Range College

1001 Chestnut Street West

Virginia,

MN
55792

Minneapolis Community and Technical College

1501 Hennepin Ave

Minneapolis,

MN
55403

Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical

1250 Homer Rd

Winona,

MN
55987

Northland Community and Technical College

1101 Hwy One East

Thief River Falls,

MN
56701

Pine Technical & Community College

900 4th St SE

Pine City,

MN
55063

Ridgewater College

2101 15th Ave NW

Willmar,

MN
56201

Riverland Community College

1900 8th Ave NW

Austin,

MN
55912

Rochester Community and Technical College

851 30th Ave SE

Rochester,

MN
55904

Saint Paul College

235 Marshall Ave

Saint Paul,

MN
55102

South Central College

1920 Lee Blvd

North Mankato,

MN
56003

St Cloud Technical and Community College

1540 Northway Drive

Saint Cloud,

MN
56303

Source

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