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Test Name:Job: CNC Operator: Lathe - UPDATED
Number of Questions:208
Test Description:The assessment for CNC lathe operators tests for an understanding of CNC coordinate systems and offsets, basic G code programming, part inspection, print reading, and cutting tool theory. This assessment also addresses machine setup and setup reduction practices. Test questions are based on class material from the CNC, inspection, materials, metal cutting, quality, safety, shop mathematics/print reading, and workholding departments.
Test Instructions:This online test requires uninterrupted access to a computer with an Internet connection. For math-related questions, please have paper and pencils on hand for your calculations. Textbooks, calculators, and other electronic devices are NOT allowed.

This assessment covers all these classes:

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History and Definition of CNC 100
This class outlines the origin of today's CNC machines and explains how modern CNC evolved from its original designs.
None13Beginner CNC
Mechanics of CNC 110
This class describes the mechanical systems involved in CNC axis movement, as well as how feedback is used for tool location.
None17Beginner CNC
Basics of the CNC Turning Center 120
This class describes the basic components of the turning center as well as the devices used on this machine. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None15Beginner CNC
Basics of the CNC Swiss-Type Lathe 135
This class describes the basic components of the Swiss-type lathe, as well as common tooling and machining operations.
None19Beginner CNC
CNC Coordinates 140
This class explains the arrangement and orientation of the basic axes on a common CNC lathe and both a vertical and horizontal CNC mill. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None16Beginner CNC
Part Program 150
This class introduces the major code groups used in a CNC part program. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None14Beginner CNC
CAD/CAM Overview 160
This class describes the general process of using computers to design and manufacture parts and identifies common features available in CAD/CAM software.
None20Beginner CNC
CNC Manual Operations 200
This class describes the control features that allow a CNC operator to execute tasks manually. Includes an Interactive Lab.
300110 30014015Intermediate CNC
CNC Offsets 210
This class identifies the various offsets used on both the lathe and the mill to properly reference each cutting tool in relationship to the workpiece. Includes an Interactive Lab.
300120 300130 30020018Intermediate CNC
CNC Specs for the Lathe 225
This class identifies common specifications of CNC lathes and describes the various features and options available on different machines.
300110 300120 30014018Intermediate CNC
Creating a Turning Program 280
This class explains the key components in the creation and execution of a simple turning program. Includes an Interactive Lab.
300150 30021017Intermediate CNC
Canned Cycles 310
This class describes the operation of common canned cycles that appear on machining and turning centers. Includes an Interactive Lab.
200140 30028017Advanced CNC
GE Fanuc Lathe: Control Panel Overview 255
This class describes the various sections of the GE Fanuc 0-C lathe control panel as well as the steps for powering up, powering down, and homing the machine. Includes GE Fanuc CNC Simulators.
30012030015030020030021017Intermediate CNC Controls: GE Fanuc
GE Fanuc Lathe: Entering Offsets 265
This class provides step-by-step instructions for adjusting offsets on the GE Fanuc 0-C lathe control during a production run. Includes GE Fanuc CNC Simulators.
32025517Intermediate CNC Controls: GE Fanuc
GE Fanuc Lathe: Locating Program Zero 275
This class describes how to determine work offsets and tool geometry offsets on the GE Fanuc 0-C lathe control during setup. Includes GE Fanuc CNC Simulators.
32026514Intermediate CNC Controls: GE Fanuc
GE Fanuc Lathe: Program Execution 285
This class describes the steps necessary to activate, execute, and restart programs using the GE Fanuc O-C control for the lathe. Includes GE Fanuc CNC Simulators.
32025514Intermediate CNC Controls: GE Fanuc
GE Fanuc Lathe: Program Storage 315
This class describes common methods for transferring and storing part programs on the GE Fanuc 0-C lathe control. Includes GE Fanuc CNC Simulators.
32028516Advanced CNC Controls: GE Fanuc
GE Fanuc Lathe: First Part Runs 325
This class describes how to verify the accuracy of a program and make minor editing changes on the GE Fanuc 0-C lathe control. Includes GE Fanuc CNC Simulators.
32028532027513Advanced CNC Controls: GE Fanuc
Haas Lathe: Control Panel Overview 255
This class describes the various sections of the Haas lathe control panel as well as the steps for powering up, powering down, and homing the machine. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.
300120 300150 300200 30021021Intermediate CNC Controls: Haas
Haas Lathe: Entering Offsets 265
This class provides step-by-step instructions for adjusting offsets on the Haas lathe during a production run. Includes Haas CNC Simulators.
31025518Intermediate CNC Controls: Haas