Read a great article on CCTC graduate Jakob Nabholz that was recently featured in The Sumter Item here.
Undecided about your future? Interested in manufacturing technology?
There’s still time to enroll for Fall Semester at Central Carolina Technical College! Visit our Advanced Manufacturing Technology Training Center during Open House and see demonstrations including 3D modeling, 4th axis machining and robotics.
This Summer Semester, the Basic Machining and CNC Fundamental students have been working on their NIMS Credentials. Thirteen credentials have been earned so far with more to come. These credentials include “Measurement, Materials and Safety” and “Job Planning, Bench-Work and Layout.” NIMS (National Institute for Metalworking Skills), is a nationally recognized credentialing service that enables the students to be credentialed in every area of machining including CNC machining and programming. These credentials can help the students earn higher paying jobs in their future careers.
The Advanced CNC Certificate students at the AMTTC have been hard at work finishing their final projects. Working in collaboration with Engineering Graphics Technology, these students have created an arbor press. An arbor press is a small hand-operated press. It is typically used to perform smaller jobs, such as staking, riveting, installing and removing bearings and other press fit work.
Are you one of the many people curious about our state-of-art Advanced Manufacturing Technology Training Center?
Well take a look inside… (Click on thumbnail for full-screen view.)
Central Carolina Technical College has relocated and expanded its Basic and Advanced Mechatronics, Machining and CNC Technology, and Engineering Graphics Technology programs to the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Training Center. The AMTTC also provides training space for existing and future local industries. The new facility, like the college itself, will serve students from Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee and Sumter counties.