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Benchmark Your Machining Knowledge

Ryan Pohl, president of Expert Technical Training, says his company gives a 20-question, multiple-choice test to shops to evaluate their need for his firm’s “Advanced CNC Milling and Drilling” course.  The questions cover important points—though not necessarily basic points—related to tools, toolholders, machine design and cutting parameters.  Here is a link to the questions.

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Ryan Pohl, president of Expert Technical Training, says his company gives a 20-question, multiple-choice test to shops to evaluate their need for his firm’s “Advanced CNC Milling and Drilling” course. 

The questions cover important points—though not necessarily basic points—related to tools, toolholders, machine design and cutting parameters. 

Here is a link to the questions. At the end of the questions is a link to the answers.

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