Precision Machining Technology


On Monday, Oct. 10th the Precision Machining Students took a company tour of Sirois Tool as part of Manufacturing Week in CT. The goal of the tour was to increase student awareness of the many careers in the Manufacturing field.

The students also gained valuable insight on methods and machines used to hold tight tolerances on many of the parts that are made at Sirois Tool. Typically to one ten thousand of an inch (.0001) or less. Many thanks to Sirois Tool for hosting us.

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News - Grant awarded.


Students enrolled in the CTHSS Precision Machining Technology program are given instruction in and demonstrate skills and knowledge in machine safety, measuring tools, precision machining fundamentals using; manual milling machines, lathes, and other metal processing machines. Students’ progress using computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining and turning centers as early as the 10th grade and become proficient in their operation and programming upon graduation.

Our programs are constantly evolving to best align with industry standards both regionally and nationally. For more program details, please click here to visit our home office website.

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Precision Manufacturing student