Manufacturing Technology & Aviation

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Articulation Agreements

  • MCC

  • NHTI

  • Central Maine CC

In today's constantly changing world, it is essential to possess a variety of transferable skills. The Manufacturing Technology program is designed to do just that, giving motivated students a wide variety of knowledge and skills-based upon which to embark on a manufacturing career. These skills will help the student prepare for post-secondary education or enhance the opportunity for employment in local industry.

The MST Manufacturing Technology Program has developed an internship program with local industries such as Burndy Corporation, Velcro USA, and BAE Systems, local companies with a need for well-trained, highly skilled, and highly paid employees.

Students in Manufacturing Technology engage themselves in exciting and motivating high technology projects including the design and construction of a hovercraft, smart house security system, automated hydroponic gardening, an automated can crusher, the design, and fabrication of an ergonomic workstation, a solar-powered car, and many others that are school and community-based.

Upon successful completion of Manufacturing 1, students may elect to work on the manufacturing of an airplane.

Technology Skills:

  • Welding

  • Sheet Metal

  • AC/DC Electricity

  • SolidWorks Design

  • Pneumatics

  • CNC-Controlled Plasma Cutting and Milling

  • Pneumatic Systems

  • Robotics

  • Measurement Tools

  • CNC-Controlled Lathe

  • Blueprint Reading