Students in this course will review the proper way to read and use steel rules, micrometers and calipers. The majority of the course will be spent working on understanding fractions and decimals and how to convert measurements between the two. Students will practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing both fractions and decimals as well as learn how to reduce fractions and recognize equivalent fractions.
In this course students will practice reading manufacturing blueprints. The instructor will cover: blueprint standards and terminology, how to interpret the information found on a blueprint and dimensioning.
SolidWorks is one of the most popular software design programs in the advanced manufacturing industry. This two day course will introduce students to the basic design concepts found in SolidWorks. Students will learn bout the functionality of the software as well as practice basic design concepts. This course is designed for students who have little to no SolidWorks experience.
This course is designed for personnel needing to develop basic PLC knowledge in any industry. The topics covered will include hardware components, establishing communication to the PLC, uploading & downloading programs, online, offline and the different run models for a PLC. Basic PLC programming utilizing the Allen Bradley CompactLogix line will be introduced. Interpretation of ladder diagrams, addressing, file structure, and fundamental instruction sets will be covered along with basic trouble