A resource for educators looking to incorporate PCNC into their classrooms
Education is vital for success, and Tormach tools provide accessible entry into the world of capable machining.
That’s why we’ve created the Tormach for Educators page, to provide resources and create a path to accessing tools that is as simple as possible for those looking to teach CNC, machining, and fabrication
There’s no rule that says machine tools have to be unwieldy and expensive. Nor does it say that mills and lathes in the classroom should be low-powered and incapable in the real world of manufacturing. Tormach machinery is proof that educational tools can both capable and approachable.
Hundreds of schools and universities have already realized the enabling power of Tormach equipment. Hear what a few of them had to say about using our machine tools in their classrooms.
WHAT CAN I DO WITH A TORMACH?
Hands-on learning is one of the best routes to understanding. The Tormach Project Library is devoted to creating and developing curriculum-worthy projects that teachers, students, or anybody with access to a CNC machine can use to learn what making chips is all about.
HOW DO I BUY EQUIPMENT?
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WHERE CAN I FIND FUNDING?
Education in the areas of manufacturing and fabrication technologies is vital for tomorrow’s workforce. Finding and utilizing funding for these technologies and equipment can be a challenge as an educator, but we’ve collected some of the best resources for finding grants and funding to help you purchase Tormach machinery for your classroom.
Grants.gov is the government’s hub for anything and everything related to grants. How to write grants, apply for grants, and a search engine to help you find open grant opportunities.
GrantsAlert is a resource to help K-12 teachers and schools find grants and scholarships that fit their specific needs and criteria via a variety of search functions and articles.
Grant Watch is a high-powered grant search engine that provides a listing of various grants nationwide for nonprofits and small businesses, as well as the criteria and best practices for applying.
The Association for Career and Technical Education provides a valuable resource and organization for educators in technical fields. Everything from professional development, to grant resources, to newsletters that help to keep teachers up to date on the latest in the world of tech education.
GetEdFunding is a free grant-finding resource that hosts a collection of grants and opportunities gathered from federal, state, regional and community sources.