Machining


What You’ll Learn

Students will use advanced equipment and innovative techniques to create many technologically-advanced machined projects. Students will invent, design and build high-tech precision parts and tools that are used worldwide. Certified professionals will teach students how to program and operate industrial CNC machines to create products from engineering blueprints and specifications. The curriculum also includes core foundational skills for design processes, power, machines, quality insurance and fabrication.

Available at all campuses

This program has an Oakland Technical Early College option with an additional application required.

 

CONTACTS

Northeast Campus • Randy Maddock, Counselor • 248.451.2710 • randy.maddock@oakland.k12.mi.us

Northwest Campus • Anne George, Counselor • 248.922.5802 • anne.george@oakland.k12.mi.us

Southeast Campus • Angela Haley, Counselor • 248.288.4020 • angela.haley@oakland.k12.mi.us

Southwest Campus • Amy Flynn, Counselor • 248.668.5608 • amy.flynn@oakland.k12.mi.us