Orthopedic & Advanced Manufacturing Training Center
Machine Tool Technology (CNC)
Program Overview

Virtually all manufactured products depend on America's precision machining industry at some point during their production. The Machine Tool Technology (CNC) program was developed from employer input—employers who know the demand for solid training in this specialized field of metal cutting operations for the creation of machined parts, specialized tooling molds, dies and prototypes.

The associate degree program at the OAMTC allows the student to choose curriculum to pursue either Tool & Die career path or one in CNC Technologies. The CNC technology path gives the student the opportunity to go more deeply into advance machine setup and programming. The following CAD and CAM software is available:

CAD software (Computer Aided Design)
AutoCAD, and AutoCAD inventor
Siemens NX version 8

CAM software (Computer Aided Manufacturing)
ESPRIT (Featured in MTTC 220 and 221, CAD/CAM I & II course work)
WorkNC (Featured in MTTC 235, 5 Axis Milling along with WinMax) WorkNC will also be used in MTTC 237 and 238, Multi-Axis I & II, ESPRIT, WinMax, and Mastercam

Click here to view equipment used in this program. 


“Ivy Tech was very flexible with my schedule.”

- Scott Harmon

"I really enjoyed attending the OAMTC at Ivy Tech in Warsaw because it offered classes that were close to home which was very convenient. I learned a lot of skills that I needed for my career in machining.

My teachers at Ivy Tech helped me reach my goal of getting a job doing what I love to do by teaching me the skills that I needed. With all the hands-on experience and knowledge I gained, Ivy Tech helped me learn and do my current job.

I was given the skills I needed to be successful in my field. Without the knowledge I acquired at the OAMTC, I would not be where I am today."

- Zachary Powers

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