Options for Everyone in Manufacturing
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Published December 13, 2021
Programming a CNC station
"There are great opportunities available when you're ready."
Ben Gray had worked as a surveyor in the Tulsa area until the pandemic caused much of the world to shut down. This led to his return to the Oklahoma City area where he sought training and new career options. Enter Francis Tuttle and the manufacturing industry. Ben's prior work experiences led to him rapidly advancing through the curriculum and completing the Manufacturing Technology—Machining program, where he learned to create customized, one-of-a-kind metal products and program computers for processing materials to meet specifications without a manual operator directly controlling the machining operation (CNC). He advises “There are great opportunities available when you're ready.”