|Course name||Woodmachinist Block 3 – Tool and Cutter Manufacture|
|Duration||2 weeks at Creswick with some assignment work|
This course is designed to teach participants how to design, draft and create templates using computer aided drawing software. Participants will then create cutters to produce timber to the designs selected.
Will be by demonstration of skills and answering related questions.
1. Course Overview
3. Hand Drawing
4. Computer Aided Drawing
5. Radial & Axial Settings
6. Profile Development
7. Hand Made Template Manufacture
8. CNC Router Cut Templates
9. Correct Profile Positioning
10. Setting for Complex Machining
11. Fault Diagnosis & Rectification
12. Course Summary & Review
Enrolment in FWP30816 Certificate III in Woodmachining
NOTE: The pre-requisite for this course is that people attending the course will have completed Block One Moulder set up and Production Principles course and will have spent 3-6 months working in the tool room. People wishing to request direct entry will need to undergo a short interview and/or practical skills assessment.
FWPCOT3204B Prepare and Interpret Sketches and Drawings (30 hrs)
FWPCOT3213B Manufacture Cutting Tools (40 hrs)
FWPCOT3235B Machine material using CNC machining and processing centres (30 hrs)
FWPCOT3237B Produce Templates (30 hrs)
FWPCOT3239B Create Drawings using computer aided design systems (30 hrs)
2015 Subsidised –
The student fee is indicative only and subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as student services and amenities fees.
Indicative Tuition Fee $480.00 (State Government of Victoria Subsidised)
Materials Fee $220.00
Total Cost $700.00 ($2,000.00 if ineligible for subsidy)