Basics of CNC Programming & Machining

Today’s manufacturing utilizes innovative technologies, including sophisticated computer numerical control (CNC), computer aided manufacturing software (CAM) and specialty industry materials to develop and build the products of tomorrow.

Participants will be walked through all aspects of CNC machining; how to import a CAD model into CAM software; how to get it ready for machining; and how to apply machining techniques to machine that part.

At the end, participants will have learned how to machine a part on a CNC milling machining centre. This last step is critical to putting together pieces of the puzzle, so that one can understand the whole process. Participants will be applying machining techniques in the virtual world and then seeing how a virtual object comes in to reality on a CNC machine

  • Training Information
  • Schedule (TBA)
  • Training Fee: $500 (for students in the Faculty of Applied Sciences (FAS));  or $900 (for non-FAS students)




1.  The training schedule may be cancelled  by the School if a minimum of 6 enrollment is not met;  refunds shall be issued accordingly.
2.  100%  refund if participant withdrew within 3 business days prior to the start of the training period.


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For further information on our MMTC facilities, please contact Taha Al-Khudairi (