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No ordinary shop class

County chools maintain state-of-the-art CNC programs

12:33 PM, Aug. 1, 2013
Algoma High School Principal Nick Cochart holds a sign for the Algoma Wolf Tech student-run business. The sign was created in the CNC lab by Savannah Brunette. AWT does manufacturing work in the community in partnership with Precision Machine, Olsen Fabrication Inc., and CTI Hospitality.
Algoma High School Principal Nick Cochart holds a sign for the Algoma Wolf Tech student-run business. The sign was created in the CNC lab by Savannah Brunette. AWT does manufacturing work in the community in partnership with Precision Machine, Olsen Fabrication Inc., and CTI Hospitality.
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Two years ago, Algoma, Luxemburg-Casco and Kewaunee School Districts were presented with the option to use a mobile CNC (computer numerical control) lab out of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, but none took the option.

Even before NWTC offered the mobile lab, Kewaunee County districts had been working hard to create top-notch CNC programs for their students.

CNC machines are automated drilling tools that make precision industrial parts with direction from coded instructions. They allow manufacturers to design and create parts quickly and with accuracy. CNC machines are ...

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