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Straumann
locationAndover, MA, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/7/2024
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Cadrex
locationAgawam, MA 01001, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/5/2024
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Consolidated Machine & Tool
locationDevens, MA, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/1/2024
salary31-35 / hour
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Type One Energy
locationWoburn, MA 01801, USA
PublishedPublished: 5/21/2024
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Delta Electronics
locationBeverly, MA 01915, USA
PublishedPublished: 5/19/2024
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Cenveo Worldwide Limited
locationChicopee, MA 01022, USA
PublishedPublished: 5/10/2024
salary21-25 / hour
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MKS Instruments, Inc.
locationLawrence, MA, USA
PublishedPublished: 5/6/2024
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Cadrex
locationAgawam, MA 01001, USA
PublishedPublished: 4/29/2024
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Cadrex
locationAgawam, MA 01001, USA
PublishedPublished: 4/29/2024
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Straumann
locationAndover, MA, USA
PublishedPublished: 4/12/2024
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More about the CNC machining trade in Massachusetts:

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Massachusetts employs 3,790 CNC programmer/operators. "Programmers" have an hourly mean wage of $35.49, and "operators" have an hourly mean wage of $26.56.

Massachusetts is home to several schools that offer CNC machining-related programs, ranging from certificate and diploma programs to associate's degrees. Here are three notable CNC Machining Schools (in no particular order) in Massachusetts:

  1. Mass Bay Community College – Located in Wellesley, Mass Bay boasts an outstanding reputation for its high quality instruction and modern facilities. The college offers several different programs that focus on CNC Machining technologies, including their Certificate Program and Associate Degree Program. The courses cover topics such as machine shop safety practices, lathe operation principles, CAD/CAM software applications and more.
  2. North Shore Community College – This college, located in Danvers, offers both credit and non-credit CNC Machining courses at their state-of-the-art machining lab. Students can take a range of classes related to CNC machine operations, including Machine Setup Techniques and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). They also have an Advanced Certificate Program that focuses on advanced CNC programming and troubleshooting.
  3. Bristol Community College – Located in Fall River, this college provides an extensive selection of CNC programs that are tailored for the modern machinist. Their associate degrees focus on topics such as machining processes and principles, computer numerical control (CNC) programming, metallurgy and more. They also have a Certificate Program that focuses on CNC Turning and Milling.

Major employers of CNC machinists in Massachusetts include Cadrex Manufacturing Solutions, Boyd Corporation, Consolidated Machine & Tool, and Parker Hannifin Corp.

Overall, the manufacturing industry in Massachusetts is a major contributor to the state’s economy, accounting for over 16% of gross domestic product (GDP). Industries such as electronics, medical products, and machinery are key players in this sector. In addition, Massachusetts also has strong aerospace and defense components. The state is home to some of the most advanced technology companies in the world such as General Electric and Oracle Corporation. This technology-driven industry plays an important role in creating jobs for residents and providing much needed revenue for local businesses.

In recent years, the state has seen a shift towards higher value-added manufacturing processes such as 3D printing and robotics. The goal is to increase productivity while cutting costs through automation and streamlining of production. This shift has been beneficial to the state’s economy by creating new job opportunities for skilled workers and reducing labor costs.

Manufacturing also helps drive innovation in the state, as companies invest heavily in research and development to stay ahead of their competitors. Massachusetts is home to several innovative technology parks such as Cambridge Innovation Center, which provide fertile ground for growing businesses and start-ups to thrive.