Using the Micro Mill for the Beginner WS-120

Using the Micro Mill for the Beginner WS-120
This two day course is an introduction to the use of a Micro Mill. Procedures covered will center on the machining of horological watch and clock parts but can be utilized for any small part. Participants will learn the basic setup of a small mill and the utilization of commonly used and readily available tooling. Machining procedures covered in this course are the same as used by manufacturers to manufacture watch and clock parts.

Topics covered will include

  • Milling Machine Characteristics
  • Milling Machine setup
  • Selection of readily available tooling
  • Precision Drilling, Boring and Milling
  • Crossing and Skeletonizing
  • Precision Bushing and depthing

This is a hands on workshop open to both the beginner and the advanced student.


Instructor: Jerry Kieffer

Class is Full and registration is closed.
Please contact Education at education@nawcc.org or (717) 684-8261 ext. 237 for a waiting list. 


Workshop Fee:
NAWCC Member


$290 Early Bird (before 5/23/2018)
$320 Regular

Non-NAWCC Member


$335 Early Bird (before 5/23/2018)
$365 Regular

Lab Fee is included in the price. 

When
6/23/2018 - 6/24/2018
Where
NAWCC School of Horology 514 Poplar Street Columbia, PA 17512 UNITED STATES
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