Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center 9001 Airport Road Everett Washington 98204
Precision Machining

Almost everything you own was made by machinists or with tools made by machinists. Precision machining students plan and make precision finished parts from raw material using lathes, mills, and CNC (computer numerical control) machines.

This can be the beginning of a great career or a vital stepping-stone toward many college degree careers. For example, the best and highest-paid engineers have machining skills. Be a “winner” with good marketable skills.

Tom Clemans,

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How would you like to join our team?

My name is Tom Clemans, and I am the Precision Machining instructor at Sno-Isle TECH! In my class you will have the opportunity to learn basic precision machining and CNC (computer numerical control) skills. Even more important, you will practice the kind of problem solving skills that can enhance your performance in every area of life.

This is a nationally known and recognized class. In most years, the high school Washington State Precision Machining Gold Medalist is a student in my class. My students have won National Bronze Precision Machining Medals in two different years, and we are working toward winning the National Gold.

If you haven't done so already, take a moment to watch my classroom video profile (above) and check out some to the pictures of me and my students working (below). You can also find videos of Sno-Isle students on YouTube(dot)com. Search: sno-isle machining. Afterward, fill out the form at the bottom of this page to get more information about my program and how to join. Thank you for your interest; I look forward to meeting you during our interview days next March!"

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In many of the programs offered at Sno-Isle Tech students have an opportunity to earn college credit at the same time they are earning high school credit. The total registration cost per Sno-Isle Tech program is usually $30 or less (and in many cases is FREE!). Students must complete their Sno-Isle Tech program with a "B" grade or better. It is the student's responsibility to register online or complete a registration packet. Ask your Sno-Isle Tech instructor for details about "Tech Prep".

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