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- JCC cancels the program/class.
- Participant cancels up to three business days prior to the start of the class. Substitutions are accepted any time by contacting the office at 716.338.1005 or WRjamestown@mail.sunyjcc.edu
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This 400-hour, 5 days a week, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., 10-week program was designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain an entry-level machinist or CNC Operator position in manufacturing. Lecture, labs, and online resources all combine to create an intensive and comprehensive program covering basic programming and operation functions on CNC Machine Tools and Turning Centers. Concepts learned in the classroom are reinforced through the hands-on lab with direct application of learned theories. Real-world manufacturing problems dealing with tooling, process deficiencies, and programming are introduced as a method of reinforcing learning. Students are required to follow all shop safety protocols which are an integral part of the learning. Informational meeting coming soon! For more information on courses and pricing, please contact us at 716.376.7527 or email at LeannaSosnoski-Miller@mail.sunyjcc.edu. Students who successfully complete the program may earn up to 14 SUNY JCC credits.
Manual and CNC Machine Operation
Maintenance Technician Program
This 360-hour, 8 am – 4 pm., 10 week program provides students with the underlying principles and hands-on techniques of Electronics, Mechanics, and Robotics, preparing them for entry-level electro-mechanical positions. Emphasis will be on the use of electronic test equipment for troubleshooting as well as various tools and processes of manufacturing. Students will receive an overview of manufacturing safety, manufacturing math, and blueprint reading. Further study will include fluid power, electrical fundamentals, motor control, and PLC training for an overall knowledge of maintenance processes. Courses provide students the desired expertise to install, troubleshoot, and repair manufacturing mechanisms. Students who successfully complete the program may earn up to 16 SUNY JCC credits. Informational meeting coming soon! For more information on courses and pricing, please contact us at 716.376.7527 or email at LeannaSosnoski-Miller@mail.sunyjcc.edu. Students who successfully complete the program may earn up to 16 SUNY JCC credits.
- Mechanical Systems, Drives, and Power Transmission
- Fluid Power
- Rigging, Equipment Leveling & Alignment
This course teaches students the fundamental math functions used in manufacturing. The course covers fractions and decimals, basic triangle and geometry and an introduction to trigonometry.
This course covers basic industrial safety. It is designed to provide the trainees with an understanding of OSHA, from its history to how to find and read OSHA standards Topics include lock/tagout, personal protective equipment (PPE), aerial lift and fall safety, machine guarding, confined space safety, fire safety, hazardous materials and hazard communications. General shop safety including forklift pedestrian safety will also be discussed. Upon successful completion of this training course, participants will receive an OSHA 10 certification.
This course is designed to provide the skills in blueprint reading, geometric dimensioning & tolerancing, and metrology. The course provides an understanding of blueprints, geometric dimensioning controls used on mechanical engineering drawings and precision measurement tools. Course topics include blueprint reading, dimensioning fundamentals, datums, material condition symbols and reading precision measurement tools.
This course covers the basics of DC (direct current) and AC (alternating current) theory and fundamentals. Course topics include concepts of electrical schematics, components, voltage, current and resistance. Ohms Law is used extensively to verify the results obtained from the outcomes of the lab experiments. Power supplies and test equipment like the digital volt Ohm meter will be operated to make observations of circuit parameters and operation.
This course is designed to provide the basic skills in AC / DC motors and motor control. The prerequisite for this course is Electrical Fundamentals. The course provides an understanding of the operation of AC and DC motors and motor control circuits. Course topics include AC / DC motor operations, control circuit components, motor control wiring, connections, ladder diagrams, and interpretation of electronic motor control schematics.
This course is designed to provide the basic skills in AC / DC motors and motor control. The prerequisite to this course is Electrical Fundamentals. The course provides an understanding of the operation of AC and DC motors and motor control circuits. Course topics include AC / DC motor operations, control circuit components, motor control wiring, connections, ladder diagrams, and interpretation of electronic motor control schematics. The course also introduces the student to variable frequency drives (VFDs) and provides practical skills in programming one of the more commonly used drives.
This course is designed to provide the skills in mechanical power transmission systems. The course provides an understanding of mechanical systems, drives of power transmission mechanical equipment. Course topics include safety, chain drives, sprockets, belt drives, gears, motors, clutches, and couplings.
This course is designed to provide the basic skills in Fluid Power. The course provides an understanding of fluid power symbols, basic components of fluid power systems including basic laws and formulas for fluid power calculations. Course topics include pumps, control valves, actuators, and maintenance procedures of fluid power systems.
This course is designed to provide the necessary skills needed to identify components and best practices used in manual and laser leveling and alignment. The students will learn different leveling and alignment techniques and practice leveling and aligning various components. This course is designed to provide practical hands on training for maintenance technicians who have no or limited background in this area of service.
This course is designed to familiarize participants with the RSLogix 5000 environment. This course will provide learners with a working knowledge of working online and offline using RSLogix 5000 projects. Ladder logic fundamentals are explained. Participants will be able to monitor, edit, and create Programs and Routines to construct, monitor or modify projects. The concept of ladder logic using tags and data types instead of data tables will be applied. Participants will go online with controllers and edit ladder routines online and offline.
This course is designed to provide the basic skills needed to Operate and Program a Fanuc Robot. Course topics include Robotic Safety, Controls, Operations, and Part Programming.
This module is designed to provide the skills required for blueprint reading, orthographic projection, 1st & 3rd angle projection, understanding sectional views, dimensioning, title block, tolerances, and surface quality. An introduction to GD&T is also included.
This module provides an understanding of the production structure and application of ferrous metals. Properties of ferrous and non ferrous metals, and the basics of heat treatment are also covered.
This ten (10) hour module provides the skills for the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace.
This module will focus on engineering drawing fundamentals, incorporating both manual and computer-aided drafting. Topics include free-hand sketching, principles of applied geometry, orthographic projections, dimensioning, section views, pictorials, conventional drawing practices, standards, tolerancing, and an introduction to 2-D wire frame software such as AutoCAD. Students will create and modify CAD geometry, text, and dimensions.
This module teaches participants the function and operation of basic chip producing machine tools such as lathes, drill, milling machines, saws, and grinders.
This module teaches participants the programming and operation of Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) machine tools. Manual programming of two and three axis mills and lathes using canned cycles will be covered. Topics discussed will include CNC machine components, absolute and incremental programming, preparatory functions (G-codes), miscellaneous functions (M codes), work piece offsets, tool length offsets, cutter compensation and cutting tools and workholding methods for CNC. Lab projects provide hands-on experience for students on CNC controllers.
This module will provide further exposure to actual manufacturing drawings and other information provided. The first part of the course will cover the ability to read, interpret, and construct manufacturing drawings. The second part will introduce the students to geometric tolerance and dimensioning.