MAKE AN IMPACT ON THE AMERICAN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
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The manufacturing industry is bringing jobs back to America, driving a new need for people with unique, specific skill sets. From cars to medical devices, construction supplies and more, so much of what we count on starts as a collection of finely-crafted parts made with CNC (Computerized Numerical Control) machining.
Lincoln’s Machining and Manufacturing program include:
- Practice reading blueprints and precision measurements, and experience using Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) to direct tool paths.
- Computer-Aided-Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided-Manufacturing (CAM) software programs focused on geometry for milling parts.
- Preparation to qualify for credentials from the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS), in the areas of Measurement, Materials and Safety, Job Planning, Benchwork and Layout, CNC Milling and CNC Turning.
Industry Partners Supporting Your Success
Our partnership with Haas Automation means you will have the opportunity to train on CNC machinery exclusive to Lincoln Tech, which is used in today’s most advanced manufacturing facilities.
Lincoln Tech’s COVID-19 Response
We are temporarily transitioning to online instruction to align with safety precautions recommended by the CDC. Our representatives and campuses remain open and available, unless circumstances warrant otherwise. We will continue to monitor the situation as it unfolds. Please see the latest updates here.
Campuses Offering Machining and Manufacturing Training
Lincoln has over 20 campuses across the United States, each featuring select programs.
Our representatives will walk you through the admissions process to get you everything you need to get started.
This year Lincoln schools are awarding over $14 million in grants and scholarships to qualified students nationally.
“At Lincoln Tech, the passion the instructors have for their trade makes you want to go to school every morning—it’s something you can look forward to.”
Chance Mangham | Grand Prairie Campus Graduate and Professional Journeyman Welder