A four-day intermediate course giving a more in depth view of CNC lathe-work, and typical applications in today’s modern engineering environment.

This course enables the candidate to gain a more in depth understanding of the principles employed in CNC turning. It will enable the learner to have an understanding of the safety aspects of automated turning processes used in the manufacturing industry. 

Candidates will be introduced to complex Internal Machining, the tooling used and the various profiles associated with it.

Who should attend?

The course is aimed at candidates who have a good basic understanding of CNC turning, who have already completed the AMRC’s Introduction to CNC Turning course (or equivalent), and who have a knowledge of G-codes and programming using Canned Cycles. Candidates will have the desire to up-skill and expand their present abilities to meet the future demands of an ever-changing engineering environment. 

We recommend that candidates have attended the AMRC Training Centre Introduction to CNC Turning course before enrolling in the intermediate course*.

*If a candidate has significant experience and wishes to enrol on the intermediate course without attending the introductory course please contact us and we can arrange a call with the CNC Turning Trainer to discuss which course would be best suited to them.

Book on to the Introduction to and Intermediate CNC Turning courses and receive a discounted price of £1600 (saving £100).
To claim the discount please email before booking, with your requirements and to receive further information.

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Course Content - Intermediate CNC Turning Programme