Computer Numerical Control Machines
With the advanced manufacturing sector boom and the skills gap leaving many positions unfilled, skilled workers, such as CNC machine operators, are in greater demand than ever. When looking for qualified workers, manufactures give special consideration to workers with industry-standard credentials like those offered by the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS).
LEVIL Mill & Lathes / FANUC ROBODrills and CNC Simulators
Levil Technology is a family oriented, Central Florida based company established in 2000. We are dedicated to the design and production of tabletop CNC machines that have a broad array of users across many industries. Unlike many tabletops out there, our machines are able to reach incredible precision and high speeds thanks to our servo controlled technology. Not only are they capable of machining, but they can also digitize, change and measure tools automatically, perform CAN cycle and much more using a simple to use Windows-based software or industry proven FANUC control. Use the FANUC controls to achieve your FANUC CNC Certification.
Machine Tending Robots
Use these FANUC Robot to tend your CNC Machine to gain a FANUC Robotics Certification
NIMS CNC Machine Operator Certification
National Institute for Metalworking Skills
Amatrol’s CNC Machine Operator program offers a virtual CNC machine experience that allows learners to practice and develop the required skills for operating a CNC machine via the computer and then transfer those skills to a live machine. Learners gain CNC training through hands-on engagement via a virtual platform that acts like a real CNC machine. If a learner forgets to turn the power on, they must figure out the problem as they would on a real machine.
To be effective members of the workforce, CNC machine operators must possess a wide range of skills, so Amatrol’s CNC Machine Operator Program teaches future operators hands-on skills in the following areas:
Performing part measurement and gauging
Interfacing with a CNC
Making tooling decisions
Responding to machine malfunctions
Setting-up and operating a CNC machine