Difference between revisions of "CNC Mill Training"

From makerspace.tulane.edu
Jump to navigation Jump to search
(Step Two)
(Step Two)
 
(One intermediate revision by one other user not shown)
Line 6: Line 6:
  
 
===Step Two===
 
===Step Two===
[https://makerspace.tulane.edu/index.php/File:2019_09_01_MakerSpace_Registration_and_Tool_Access_Process….pdf Use this form to request an in-person training session.]
 
  
Working with your training Ninja, create the part shown in the manual, starting with a 6" long block of 2x4 lumber to demonstrate your ability to use the mill.
+
Make an appointment with an approved Fab Tech trainer. A list of approved trainers is available in the MakerSpace.
  
This training allows for use of the mill in "conversational" mode.  If you want to use the CNC mill to create a part that was designed in Fusion360 or Solidworks, ask your training Ninja to get you started on this additional step.
+
Working with your training Fab Tech, create the part shown in the manual, starting with a 6" long block of 2x4 lumber to demonstrate your ability to use the mill.
 +
 
 +
This training allows for use of the mill in "conversational" mode.  If you want to use the CNC mill to create a part that was designed in Fusion360 or Solidworks, ask your training Fab Tech to get you started on this additional step.

Latest revision as of 21:07, 7 February 2022

CNC-Mill v2.png

This is advanced training to allow the user privileges on the Tormach PCNC vertical mill.

Step One

Read through this step-by-step manual and contact a training Ninja to make an appointment to do the hands-on portion of the training. Allow 3-4 hours.

Step Two

Make an appointment with an approved Fab Tech trainer. A list of approved trainers is available in the MakerSpace.

Working with your training Fab Tech, create the part shown in the manual, starting with a 6" long block of 2x4 lumber to demonstrate your ability to use the mill.

This training allows for use of the mill in "conversational" mode. If you want to use the CNC mill to create a part that was designed in Fusion360 or Solidworks, ask your training Fab Tech to get you started on this additional step.