Lathe & Mill

Engineering Lathe & Mill (Package) - Introduction Course

Course Details

Level: Beginner

Maximum five students are taught in a group during this course.

Duration: 4 Days

Course hours will run from 9:00am-5:00pm (including approx half an hour for lunch).

Price: £500.00

Price includes VAT, all required materials,
required tools and a light lunch.

We often find that students who attend our 2 day lathe course then wish to attend our 2 day milling course and vice versa. For convenience, we have therefore packaged together the Introduction to the Small Lathe and Introduction to Milling courses and are offering them as one course over four consecutive days.

Students that book this course will benefit from a great saving compared to booking both 2 day courses separately.

This intensive course, with a maximum of 5 students, will introduce you to the techniques required for an engineer's lathe and mill.

What you will learn

Students will receive 2 days tuition on the small lathe followed by 2 days on the small milling machine. The course content remains the same as the two individual courses we already offer.

Introduction to the Small Lathe

Aimed at the complete beginner this course will take you through the setup and safe use of the lathe. Over the two days you will complete a project that incorporates a variety of techniques. From how to correctly plan a project and how to turn with precision to turning between centres and screw cutting. By the end of the two days, you will have the confidence to safely use the lathe at home.

Introduction to Milling

You will embark on a two day project where you will learn a range of techniques. From calculating cutting speeds and work holding techniques to different machining methods and the use of the rotary table, you will learn all you need to confidently cut metal on the mill.

What you will take home

  • Component project
  • Vee Block (made by you)
  • Course notes for both
  • Certificate of attendance

Items you take home can change depending on the resources and materials available on the day.

Additional information

You will start your day with a welcome talk, including a hot drink, health and safety brief and a breakdown of the machines you will be using.

No metal working experience is needed.

The minimum age is 14 years old and anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the course and must not be left unattended during class hours. If you would like to read our terms and conditions click here.

Bob Rolph

Course Tutor

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