Precision Machining

high school

Precision Machinists use many machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, grinders, and drill presses, to produce precision metal / non-metal parts. A machinist reads and interprets specifications and blueprints, calculates dimensions and tolerances, lays out their work and marks pieces for machining.

Jorn Peeters

The Road to Provincials

Step One
Students enrolled in specific skill competitions by their teachers. Interested students should talk to their teachers about completing their registration
Step Two
Visit the provincial competition event page for important details, including the contest description and Registration Package.
Step Three
Contest descriptions and competition details may be periodically updated prior to the competition deadline. Students should regularly check the required reading on the event page to keep updated on any changes.