COVID-19: All SCC facilities are closed to students and the public. Credit classes resume March 30 in an online format. All non-credit classes are cancelled through April 30. Continuing Education and non-credit classes will resume May 1. SCC update page.
  •  Scott Harms, president of MetalQuest Unlimited in Hebron, NE, praises SCC graduates.
    Scott Harms, president of MetalQuest Unlimited in Hebron, NE, praises SCC graduates.  
    Precision Machining and Automation Technology.
    94% Graduate Employment/Transfer rate
    That's right! Ninety-four percent of SCC's 2018 graduates found work or continued their education.
    Placement
    KirbyTaylorPP
    Faculty Spotlight - Kirby Taylor
    SCC can give you all you need if you are simply prepared to learn.
    About Kirby
     Precision Plus
    Precision Plus 
    Precision Machining and Automation Technology.
    94% Graduate Employment/Transfer rate
    That's right! Ninety-four percent of SCC's 2018 graduates found work or continued their education.
    Placement
    Precision Machining and Automation Technology.
    94% Graduate Employment/Transfer rate
    That's right! Ninety-four percent of SCC's 2018 graduates found work or continued their education.
    Placement
     

Precision Machining and Automation Technology

  • Welcome

    From the Nebraska State Trade School at Milford (now SCC's Milford Campus), to SCC today, the machine shop program has been a part of the College since 1941. Qualified, highly skilled machinists are in demand. Receive training from one of the most well-known programs in the entire region.

    You're a Good Fit for this program because . . .

    Overview

    SCC's Precision Machining and Automation Technology program (formerly Machine Tool Technology) provides curriculum and experience in tool and materials selection, blueprint-reading, measurement, and project layout. Two focus areas are available: Tool Maker, and CNC and Automation. In addition to machine-specific training, students also receive a foundation in academic subjects useful in the manufacturing industry. SCC provides instruction in the fundamentals of conventional machine operation, materials and manufacturing processes. Students practice skills on the College's state-of-the-art machines, including Computer Numerical Control machines, CNC lathes, and milling machines, CNC wire feed and Ram-type electrical discharge machines. Laboratories provide valuable experience in computer aided drafting using AutoCAD software, and computer-aided manufacturing using Mastercam.

    Mission

    The mission of the Precision Machining and Automation Technology program is to prepare students for gainful employment and to meet the needs of manufacturing industries.

    Employment Outlook

    Manufacturing is making a comeback across the nation. SCC graduates are some of the most sought-after in the industry. Graduates report an average annual starting salary of $47,840.

    Starting Term(s)

    Fall and Spring Semesters.

    View your calendar conversion plan.

  • Loading...
    Loading...