This course will introduce students to the proper use of Computer Numeric Control (CNC) machining centers in the manufacturing setting. Topics covered include programming codes/manual codes, reading Electrical Industrial Association (EIA) and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) part programs, reading conversational part programs. Loading/storing/activating part programs, tool offsets/tool data entry, machine start up, program restarting, process planning for new jobs, work holding devices, installing new tools and entering tool life data, establishing program zero and entering tool offset data. Various projects will strengthen the proper use and troubleshooting of this equipment in the manufacturing setting. This CE course mirrors credit MFG: 221.