Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Course
In this class, starting with basic blueprint knowledge, participants will learn the symbols, terminology, and rules of Geometric Tolerancing as prescribed in the current standard (ASM
This class provides non-engineering personnel with a review of the basics of print reading and intermediate interpretation skills. It focuses on accurately extrapolating key details from prints that relate to the cost of manufacturing. It introduces the universal media concepts and a review of print essentials followed by principles and applications of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing.
Industrial Mathematics Course
This class provides students with a review of basic math operations, measurements, and other topics that directly apply to machining and manufacturing, such as precision measurements, angles, area, volume, and gear calculations. Students will be challenged with creative problems and pertinent exercises to help them develop their math skills and the knowledge of their trade.