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Beginners Guide to Manual & CNC Machining!


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This video is for the Concord Kids – a group of 5th grade students studying STEM! And, of course, it’s for anyone to serve as a basic beginners guide to a manual milling machine (Bridgeport) and a computer controlled CNC Milling machine (Tormach PCNC 1100)!

Curious how we film? http://bit.ly/2q8MfoV

Their teacher, Dan, email saying a video on milling basics would really help the kids understand some of the work they are studying. I love helping kids and would encourage everyone to reach out to any number of local programs – STEM, FIRST Robotics – anything to help increase interest and passion for engineering in our youth!

Music copyrighted by John Saunders

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  1. Been years since I've operated any machine, though I can close my eyes and still smell the smell, hear the tools running through metal and can still see that almost orgasmic machine finish. There's nothing like it, the finish that is, of a properly machined piece of metal.

  2. Is it true that CNC operators will be replaced with robots within 3-4 years (or maybe just a little later) and just the CNC programmer position will stay for human?

  3. More people just need to understand that in this Field you can do just about ANYTHING you can go ANYWHERE and Get a GREAT paying job the sky is literally the Limit and doesn't require a Degree but more often then not you Get DEGREE Money without the Degree Debt and isn't going to break your back.

    Most dudes straight out of High school Go to College. Military, Service industry or Straight up Sweat shops that have sky high turnover, when they could be making BANK and having a good time doing it.

  4. There's a huge difference between being a production machinist and not..production machining is boring and repetitive,higher up team leaders and so on write your programing and you just find your work shift then run.not much fun

  5. Problem is they advertise STEM careers to pay more than they actually do and its hard to get into the field of study cause they always want to place you in an unrelated field or similar field. You can want to be an engineer and end up only being able to find a job in research testing which is quite boring. In my case I have an electronics engineering degree, now I have to go back to school and take two classes not included in my program and pay out of pocket cause nobody will hire me without CNC programming. Thanks to the college not informing me and adding these courses to my program. ?

  6. John I want to go to school to be a machinist so bad! I just can’t get anyone to give me a chance. I’m a 4 1/2 year almost 5 year recovering attic and I can’t get nobody to give me a chance man I just want to be a machine is so bad I have a lot of my own tools I have a South Bend 8 inch Dalton six-a type 4. I love machining

  7. Would any one like to my my Cnc as it homemade you can make it yourself perfect for this I have no experience as you will see on my YouTube channel please check it out. I just started working from home because of lockdown so I decided to pick my phone up as started recoding with iPhone and iMovie for editing please look back when I had nothing and my Cnc. Change my life

    Yes I sound like a mad man but I am suffering with Some mental illness and can really focus on one thing

    And all I can say a cnc workshop is the best thing I ever did

  8. I'm a cnc bender, been bending for 4 years, and a bid at my job went up for " tool room machinist" I wanted to see what its about by checking out this video. its fascinating . I love it. cant wait till I apply for it. thx man

  9. Machining is such a sneaky way of learning , math, physics, electronics, chemistry, even a little biology from the occasional skinned knuckle. Start managing a shop and add statistics, accounting, finance and human relations.
    The practical application of of all of these disciplines give you the tools to be a better machinist and a true artisan.

  10. Trump and his damn pact act fucking over manufacturers has made me so angry that im learning machining and producing my own vape atomizers. I have watched tons of machining videos but never with the goal of learning it myself. Thanks for the video!
    I do wish it wasn’t so expensive to get started though, lol.

  11. Same thing upstand ny we got boxes at my high school and if you signed up you got to pick a trade to learn and instead of your hs they would drive the kids to wemoco for a few hours and the welding and machining classes were 50/50 the first year and your senior year you have to pick one to stick with and we had at least 40 kids in my class and only 7 chose machining, I picked machining and all seven of us got co op contracts and got jobs before we even graduated and the welders out if the entire class I don't think they got any

  12. Always remember to repent of your sins (sin is transgression of YAHUAH’S LAW: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, & Deuteronomy) And Have Belief On YAHUSHA HAMASHYACH. HE Died and Rose three days later so that you can be forgiven of your sins!

    HE Loves you! Come to HIM!????

  13. Always remember to repent of your sins (sin is transgression of YAHUAH’S LAW: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, & Deuteronomy) And Have Belief On YAHUSHA HAMASHYACH. HE Died and Rose three days later so that you can be forgiven of your sins!

    HE Loves you! Come to HIM!?

  14. 2 flute end mill? Slot drill, not the best tool, end mills can't cut downwards, slot drills can due to their design. You can mod a Bridgeport to CNC , I've worked on them , over 30 years old upgraded fine.

  15. I grew up in in one of the most affluent towns in Massachusetts. Our high school offered college prep courses as well as trade training. I learned drafting, which I had no idea at the time would be my entree to a great engineering career, but what I want to point out is that then, in the early 70’s, even wealthy towns understood the value of teaching trades to those who didn’t want to follow the college path. Now, look at how much white collar work can be located anywhere (great for those living in developing countries, not so good for people losing their jobs in the US). But you can’t offshore a roofing, plumbing or masonry job. We should consider the value in investing in teaching our kids trade skills.

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