Milling 101 – Bridgeport Mill Tool Authorization
** Intro to Machining is a prerequisite class. You have to complete the Intro to Machining class before you can take the Milling 101 Class. **
In this class you will receive basic hands on experience in operating a Bridgeport Series I J-Head milling machine. During this 3 to 4 hour class, Billy will go over the basics of tramming the head of the mill, tramming the vise, edge finding, work holding and setup, drilling , side milling, and top/end milling operations. You will also learn the basics of the DRO (digital read out), the table power feed, and basic care of the mill. This is a tool authorization class and once completed you will be authorized to use the milling machine and Knox Maker members will receive a key need to operate the mill. Intro to Machining is a prerequisite class.
There will be a fee of $24.96 for members.. There will be a maximum of 4 spots of this class, and a minimum of 2 tickets must be sold.
*** PLEASE NOTE ***
This class is broken up into two components, an online class, and a one-on-one hands on part. Please be sure to RSVP for the Online portion of the class, and select your individual time slot for your one-on-one. Both parts are mandatory in order to be authorized to use the Bridgeport Mill. The online portion doesn’t have a maximum participate limit (so your welcome to sit in for review, or so you can do the one-on-one later on) , however the, one-on-one is required for authorization.
1pm – 2pm: Online Instruction – All Students
2pm – 3pm: Break Time
3pm – 4pm: 1 on 1 Instruction
4pm – 5pm: 1 on 1 Instruction
5pm – 6pm: 1 on 1 Instruction
6pm – 7pm: 1 on 1 Instruction
Directions- Knox Makers parking and entrance is located around the back of the SPARC building in the fenced in area.
Knox Makers is a place for the Knoxville area’s engineers, artists, hobbyists, innovators, educators and entrepreneurs to work and play. We are a technology and art collective dedicated to the promotion of creativity enabled and informed by science. Our lectures, workshops, and outreach programs inspire and educate both members and the general public. Our workshop provides members with both the space for large projects and the tools to complete them. We are a non-profit educational organization supported by member dues and staffed by volunteers.