Computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) use computer technology for the design and machining of workpieces. Students who successfully complete this introductory course will be able to utilize CAD/CAM software to draw two-dimensional tool paths that machines use to create physical parts.
Upon successful completion of this introductory course, students will be able to draw two-dimensional objects that can be machined on a machining centre or turning centre. This course is a prerequisite for the subsequent levels of NAIT Mastercam courses.
Mastercam is the most widely used CAM software worldwide and is a common choice among Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programmers. This software will deliver comprehensive tool paths by providing full 3D wireframe modeling, powerful surface modeling/editing, solid modeling, and associative dimensioning. Mastercam has translators that allow you to open virtually any CAD file.
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||Sep. 07 - Sep. 14, 2019
- Sep. 7 to 14 - Saturday: 8:00 AM - 4:50 PM
A material fee of $15 will be applied upon registration.
*Day delivery ranges between 8 AM - 5 PM.
**Evening delivery ranges between 5 PM - 10 PM.