You won't want to miss this next chapter meeting. The NTMA board has been working to provide valuable training to the NTMA Members. The initial trainings offered will be in February and held at De Anza College with instructor, Mike Appio.
2-Day Trainings are FREE
To NTMA Members & Their Employees
The initial trainings offered will be in February and held at De Anza College. Each class will be two 8 hour classes with morning refreshments and lunch will be included courtesy of the Chapter. There will be a sign-up sheet at the meeting for the trainings. Classes are limited to 12 participants.
February Classes for NTMA members, Mike Appio, instructor:
Intro to CNC Programming and G-Code – two Fridays on 2/10 & 2/17
Intro to CMM – Manual and Automated – two Saturdays 2/11 & 2/18
Be sure to come to the meeting and be sure to get there early to guarantee your seat or your employee’s seat in class.
Heavy appetizers/dinner and drinks will be served. While there is no cost to members to attend this meeting, we do ask that you REGISTER FOR THE JAN 9 CHAPTER MEETING so we know how much food to have on hand. We hope you will attend. We look forward to seeing you there.
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