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71 CNC machining jobs in Wisconsin

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71 Jobs in Wisconsin

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Krones
locationWisconsin, USA
PublishedPublished: 7/15/2024
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Basin Holdings
locationJefferson, WI 53549, USA
PublishedPublished: 7/14/2024
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SPI Lighting
locationMequon, WI, USA
PublishedPublished: 7/14/2024
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Apogee Enterprises, Inc.
locationWausau, WI, USA
PublishedPublished: 7/14/2024
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Basin Holdings
locationJefferson, WI 53549, USA
PublishedPublished: 7/13/2024
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Jagemann Stamping
locationManitowoc, WI 54220, USA
PublishedPublished: 7/10/2024
salary26-30 / hour
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ATI
locationCudahy, WI 53110, USA
PublishedPublished: 7/10/2024
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ATI
locationAppleton, WI 54911, USA
PublishedPublished: 7/6/2024
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Komatsu
locationMilwaukee, WI, USA
PublishedPublished: 7/5/2024
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Caterpillar
locationSouth Milwaukee, WI 53172, USA
PublishedPublished: 7/3/2024
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More about the CNC machining trade in Wisconsin:

The CNC machining industry in Wisconsin is a key player in the U.S. economy, and ranks among the top machining states in America. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Wisconsin employs 16,640 CNC programmer/operators, putting the state inside the top 3 nationally. "Programmers" have an hourly mean wage of $27.86, and "operators" have an hourly mean wage of $24.04.

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

  1. Madison Area Technical College: This school offers CNC machining training programs as well as CNC certification tests. The college also has a comprehensive selection of classes in areas like CAD/CAM, CNC programming, CMM inspection, CNC maintenance and repair, and CNC setup.
  2. Fox Valley Technical College: This college offers an Associate of Applied Science degree program in CNC Machining Technology that includes courses such as Computer Aided Design (CAD), Manufacturing Processes, and Machine Tool Operation. In addition to its academic offerings, Fox Valley Technical College also provides CNC certification and CNC operator training.
  3. Chippewa Valley Technical College: This college offers CNC Machining Technology Associate of Applied Science degree programs as well as CNC certification tests. Students can choose from classes in CNC Programming, CMM Inspection, CNC Maintenance & Repair, CNC Setup, Advanced CNC Programming and CADD/CAM software operation.
  4. Blackhawk Technical College: This school offers both a diploma program and an Associate of Applied Science degree in CNC Machining Technology that includes courses such as Computer Aided Design (CAD), Manufacturing Processes, and Machine Tool Operation. In addition to its academic offerings, Blackhawk Technical College also offers CNC certification and CNC operator training.
  5. Northwood Technical College: This college offers CNC Machining Technology Associate of Applied Science degree programs as well as CNC certification tests. Courses include CNC Programming, CMM Inspection, CNC Maintenance & Repair, CNC Setup, Advanced CNC Programming and CAD/CAM software operation.

Major employers of CNC machinists in Wisconsin include Regal Rexnord, Milwaukee Valve, Carlson Tool & Manufacturing, Fisher-Barton, and MRS Machining

The most prominent industries in the sate include automotive, paper products, and metal fabrication. Wisconsin's manufacturing sector is recognized as an important contributor to the overall economic health of the state. It accounts for nearly 17% of all jobs in Wisconsin and is responsible for approximately $34 billion in economic activity each year. This makes it one of the largest contributors to the state's Gross Domestic Product.