Technical Skills Courses
This program is designed for anyone who designs, drafts, engineers, purchases, manufactures, estimates, or inspects parts and assemblies. Particular emphasis is placed on those who design and manufacture, and those responsible for quality.
A working understanding of technical drawings (perspectives, sections, details, etc.). Blueprint Reading for Industry is suggested.
- Introduce the concepts and the some of the language of the Y14.5 standard.
- Enable participants to understand each of the Y14.5 standard’s symbols.
- Bring participants to a fundamental understanding of Datum Reference Frames.
- Understand the definitions and the effects of Material Condition Modifiers.
- Begin to prepare the participants for the ASME GDTP certification exam.
GD&T Advanced Concepts
This two-day course is a continuation of GD&T Fundamentals, again focusing on practical GD&T applications and introducing additional advanced concepts such as composite position, datum shift, and more complex GD&T Controls. This workshop provides further guidance on application of GD&T as per the ASME Y14.5M 2009 standard.
Individuals who are proficient with the concepts and practices of GD&T would benefit from the Advanced Concepts training.
Some proficiency with GD&T Fundamentals is required to get the most benefit from this advanced GD&T concepts course.
This program is a continuation of your education in the Y14.5 standard. There will be discussions about being able to identify both correct and incorrect drawings with GD&T. In this program, we focus on the application and interpretation of GD&T – another step closer to becoming a GD&T expert.
Blueprint Reading for Industry
This course is a practical, application-based program that is based on current ANSI standards and includes input from a broad cross-section of industries.
This course in designed for production and inspection personnel, supervisors, group leaders, estimators, purchasing personnel, and set-up personnel or anyone who would like to read engineering drawings.
This basic print reading program explains the importance of engineering drawings in manufacturing and thoroughly describes the generation and duplication of such drawings. It discusses the basic elements of a blueprint and introduces the concepts which students must master to successfully interpret engineering drawings. No prior knowledge of drafting or drawing is assumed. This blueprint reading training covers the principles of shop sketching, basic review of shop mathematics, and use of common measuring tools.
Dimensional Measurement Tools – Basics
QC Training Services’s Basic Dimensional Measurement Tools and Methods (BDMT) class is an introduction to some of the most common gages used on the shop floor. The purpose is to provide practical instruction on the different tools available and their proper use to build workers’ skill and knowledge.
Anyone involved in any aspect of inspection and providing measurement data should attend – production workers, machine operators, quality control, shipping and receiving, or individuals looking for an overview.
This program provides a fundamental and practical review of Basic Dimensional Measurement Tools and Methods, including variable gages such as steel rules, depth and dial gages, micrometers, and calipers. In addition, attribute gages such as plug, ring and screw thread gages are covered.