This course contains in Lab course work and will take place on campus
This course will instruct students in the correct use and care of various types of measuring tools. The students will practice hands-on using many different types of measuring tools. The students will measure a broad range of real-life parts, and prepare inspection documentation in the process. The course will expose the students to different types of inspection documents, and the students will use bar codes and scanners to prepare support documents. Students will work in both the Imperial and Metric measuring systems.
Prerequisite: Introduction to Windows or equivalent
Duration: 60 hours
Duration: 60 hours
WEEK 1: Introduction to Vernier based instruments
WEEK 2: Introduction to micrometer based instruments
WEEK 3: Advanced micrometer measurement: high precision measurements
WEEK 4: Theory and use of Gage Blocks
WEEK 5: High precision measurement: measuring the effects of temperature and cosine error.
WEEK 6: Angular measurement: measuring angles using different types of equipment.
WEEK 7: Complex inspection: measuring a complex part using different techniques.
WEEK 8: Dial bore gages: calibration, use, and reading of dial bore gages.
WEEK 9: Surface finish evaluation using electronic and tactile procedures
WEEK 10: Measurement and evaluation of tapers and roundness.
Required Materials: 2GB (or higher) Flash (USB) Drive
Materials: USB 8GB
NOTE: Our non-credit courses are not graded. A Certificate of participation will be awarded to students who attend and participate in a minimum of 80% of the classes.
Course Price: $120.00
Saturday, Mar 27 - Saturday, Jun 05
|Saturday||09:30 - 12:30||VIR-Non-CR|
|Saturday||13:30 - 16:30||VIR-Non-CR|
|Registration Start Date:||Thursday, Nov 12, 2020|
|Group Schedule Info:||No Class April 3, 2020|
|Maximum Class Size:||12|