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Develop professional activity in the Production Department dedicated to Mechanical Manufacturing in companies, both self-employed and employed.


For a correct production of products, it is necessary to carry out the machining processes by chip removal, controlling their quality and taking responsibility for the first level maintenance of machines and equipment, with criteria of quality, safety and respect for the environment.

This course corresponds to Competence Unit No. 3 of the Professional Certificate "Machining by Chip Removal".


Addressed to

Active workers and unemployed people from the Valencian Community interested in these issues.


- Obtain the technical information required for manufacturing, interpreting the drawing of the part and the manufacturing drawing.

- Establish the machining process from the exploded views and technical specifications, ensuring the feasibility of machining.

- Select the tools and tools required for machining depending on the type of part and the machining process.

- Determine the tools required to fasten parts and tools, ensuring feasibility, optimizing the process and meeting the established cost objectives.

- Assemble tools and systems for clamping the pieces in accordance with the established process and the applicable PRL regulations.

- Assemble the accessories or feeding devices of the machines to proceed with the machining by chip removal according to the manufacturing order and complying with the applicable regulations on PRL and environmental protection.

- Carry out the computer numerical control (CNC) program to proceed to machining by chip removal from the order and manufacturing process.

- Carry out the first level maintenance of the machining equipment and installations by chip removal according to the instruction manual, the applicable PRL regulations and environmental protection.

- Assemble the pieces on the tooling using the established tools and tools, complying with the applicable PRL and Environmental protection regulations.

- Machining with machine tools for chip removal or manufacturing lines, obtaining the required quality and complying with applicable PRL and Environmental protection regulations.

- Dimensionally verify the mechanized products according to the established standards and procedures and complying with the applicable PRL and Environmental protection regulations.


1. Machine tools for machining:
• Turnstile.
• Arrangement of gears in the Norton box, the lyre or advance box.
• Milling machine.
• Main operations.
• Drill.
• Broaching machine.
• Spotter.

2. Auxiliary accessories of machine tools:
• Systems for fixing pieces.
• Tool fixing systems.
• Choice of centering system.
• Machine tool devices.

3.Sharpening and adaptation of tools for machining:
• Types of machines.
• Sharpening techniques.
• Choice of sharpening stones.
• Tool angles.

4.Maintenance of machines (oiling and levels):
• Purpose of lubrication.
• Classification of lubricant products.
• Basic standards for greasing.
• Greasing systems.

5.Basic CNC programming functions:
• Structure of a CNC program.
• Identification of functions related to technological conditions.
• Circular interpolations in programmed and maximum machine advance.
• Circular interpolations clockwise and anti-clockwise.
• Significance of the M functions.
• Generic.
• Maker.

6.Use of computers at the user level:
• Windows and MSDOS environment.
• Management of folders or directories.
• Renumber files.
• Copy files to removable drives.
• Configuration of communication programs.
• Execution of transmission programs.

7.Modes of operation in CNC machines:
• Manual.
• MID.
• Publisher.
• Graphic simulation.
• Automatic.
• Communication.

8.Introduction and modification of CNC programs:
• Access to screens.
• Modification of data in programs.
• Table of origins.
• Correctors table.
• Specific functions of the keypad and control panel keys.

9. Corrective measures in error detection:
• Analysis of the causes that produce the error.
• Dimensional errors.
• Geometric.
• Surface quality.
• Deformation.

10. Records and reports:
• Creation of an incident record.
• Completion of breakdown reports.
• Preparation of incident management reports.

• Concept of measure.
• Systems of units.
• Measurement and verification procedures.
• Measurement techniques.
• Tools for measuring and comparing the mechanized product.
• Direct measurement tools.
• Comparison instruments.
• Verification instruments.

12. Techniques for the verification of the mechanized product:
• Signs of machining and surface finish.
• Measurement techniques, fullness, angularity, comparators, roughness meter, measuring machines, profile projector...
• Surface finish, average and maximum roughness parameters.
• Durometer: Hardness scales applied depending on the materials.
• Verification of hardness with durometers, interpretation of the scales.
• Checking the roughness of pieces of different size, shape and degree of finish with the roughness meter.
• Measurement errors and verification control.
• Accuracy.
• Accuracy and appreciation.
• Classification of errors.
• Related to measuring instruments. Calibration, conservation status, improper use.
• Due to the verifier. False reading due to parallelism error or incorrect contact pressure.
• As a consequence of geometric errors of the piece.
• Environmental conditions of temperature, humidity...
• Analysis of errors and their causes.
• Periodicity in taking measurements.

13.Quality control of the machined product:
• Control guidelines.
• Statistical processes and report generation.
• Basic concepts.
• Graphic representation.
• Typical quality defects that machined parts have and their possible causes.

14. Basic concepts on Safety and Health at Work:
• Work and health
• Professional risks
• Risk factor's
• Consequences and damages derived from work
• Basic regulatory framework on ORP.
• Public bodies related to Safety and Health at Work.

15. General risks and their prevention. Action in emergencies and evacuation:
• Risk management tools and equipment.
• Risks in handling systems and facilities.
• Storage and cargo transportation risks.
• Risks associated with the work environment.
• Risks derived from the workload.
• The protection of the safety and health of workers.
• Types of accidents.
• Primary evaluation of the injured person.
• First aid.
• First aid.
• Emergency situations.
• Emergency and evacuation plans.
• Supporting information for emergency action.

16.Prevention of specific risks in machining:
• Risks of handling and storage.
• Identify facility risks.
• Safety elements in the machines.
• Contacts with corrosive substances.
• Toxicity and environmental danger of greases, lubricants and oils.
• Collective protection equipment (those required according to chip removal machining).
• Individual protection equipment (safety boots, overalls, gloves, glasses, helmet, apron).



Mode of delivery



Theoretical-practical classes with the use of adequate didactic means for the correct assimilation of the course contents.


From 19 / 10 / 2023 to 12 / 12 / 2023


Monday tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


From 08:30am to 14:30am


210 hours


AIDIMME C / Leonardo Da Vinci 38 (Technology Park) 46980 Paterna (Valencia)




Certificate of attendance issued by LABORA. Minimum attendance of 80% of class hours.


Free course. Free course, 100% subsidized by LABORA through FEMEVAL.
210 hours: 35 sessions. 6 hours/session.


AIDIMME - Training Department
961366070 Phone | Fax: 961366185 e-mail: |

Since the NUMBER OF PLACES is LIMITEDIf you are interested in participating in these courses, you must notify us, as soon as possible, by sending the duly completed pre-registration form (one for each attendee), before the indicated date, in order to close participation in it. Admission will be made in order of pre-registration and the company will be notified of its acceptance.