Computer-aided manufacturing course offered

In an effort to help develop a workforce skilled in Mechatronics and CNC Machining training, Paris Junior College-Sulphur Springs Center is offering an introductory continuing education course in Computer-Aided Machining for anyone interested in learning the latest manufacturing technology.

This two-week course, beginning Monday, will include topics in safety, G-codes, milling tools and computer numerical control (CNC) operations.

PJC President Dr. Pamela Anglin said PJC is offering classes to introduce and train the workforce in computer-aided manufacturing, which involves the use of computer software to control machine tools and related machinery in the manufacturing process.

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