Institution Name: Southern Oklahoma Technology Center

Point of Contact: Stephen Hadwin, Instructor
Russell Keeton, Program Director

E-mail Address: shadwin@sotc.edu, rkeeton@sotc.edu

Brief Description of Institution: The Design & Fabrication career major will take a student to an advanced level of understanding in the field of manufacturing processes currently used in both automated and non-automated industries. Students will receive instruction and hands-on experience in Computed Aided Drawing (CAD) using 3D solid modeling, Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM), basic machining principles, advanced Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) machining principles, metrology, injection molding, blow molding and composite molding. The students will complete comprehensive studies in methods of computerized design, computerized programming, machining (hands on both manual and CNC machining), and principles of welding, troubleshooting, and critical thinking practices as they relate to the manufacture of fabricated products

Website: https://www.sotc.org/pages/product-development

Manufacturing Programs Offered:

Program CoursesĀ  Certification(s) Delivered Credit/Non-Credit
Design & Fabrication View Course Listing NIMS Measurement, Materials & Safety Credit
NIMS Job Planning, Benchwork & Layout
NIMS Drill Press Skills I
NIMS CNC Turning Operations
NIMS CNC Milling Operations
Design & Fabrication View Course Listing NIMS Measurement, Materials & Safety Credit
NIMS Job Planning, Benchwork & Layout
NIMS Drill Press Skills I
NIMS Grinding Skills I
NIMS Manual Milling Skills I
NIMS Turning Operations: Turning Between Centers
NIMS CNC Turning Operations
NIMS Milling Operations
All Programs National Career Readiness Certificate Credit

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