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Engineering Technician

Engineering Technician
$1,995.00 (USD)





I.             Math

A.     Math Fundamentals

B.      Math: Fractions and Decimals

C.      Units of Measurement

D.     Basics of Tolerance

E.      Blueprint Reading

F.      Algebra Fundamentals

G.     Geometry: Triangles

H.     Geometry: Circles and Polygons

I.       Geometry: Lines and Angles

J.       Trigonometry: The Pythagorean Theorem

K.      Trigonometry: Sine, Cosine, Tangent

L.      Trigonometry: Sine Bar Applications

M.    Interpreting Blueprints

N.     Statistics

O.     Concepts of Calculus

II.            Inspection

A.     Basic Measurement

B.      Calibration Fundamentals

C.      Hole Standards and Inspection

D.     Thread Standards and Inspection

E.      Surface Texture and Inspection

F.      Introduction to GD&T

G.     Major Rules of GD&T

H.     Inspecting a Prismatic Part

I.       Inspecting a Cylindrical Part

J.       Advanced Hole Inspection

K.      Inspecting with Optical Comparators

L.      Inspecting with CMMs

M.    In-Line Inspection Applications

III.           Metal Cutting

A.     Cutting Processes

B.      Safety for Metal Cutting

C.      Overview of Machine Tools

D.     Basic Cutting Theory

E.      Band Saw Operation

F.      Introduction to Metal Cutting Fluids

G.     Metal Cutting Fluid Safety

H.     Speed and Feed for the Lathe

I.       Speed and Feed for the Mill

J.       Cutting Tool Materials

K.      Carbide Grade Selection

L.      ANSI Insert Selection

M.    Lathe Tool Geometry

N.     Drill Tool Geometry

O.     Impact of Workpiece Materials

P.      High-Speed Machining

Q.     Hard Turning

R.      Machining Titanium Alloys

IV.          Machining

A.     Manual Mill Basics

B.      Engine Lathe Basics

C.      Manual Mill Setup

D.     Overview of Engine Lathe Setup

E.      Manual Mill Operation

F.      Engine Lathe Operation

G.     Holemaking on the Manual Mill

H.     Threading on the Engine Lathe

I.       Taper Turning on the Engine Lathe

J.       Introduction to CNC Machines

K.      Basics of the CNC Lathe

L.      Basics of the CNC Mill

M.    Coordinates for the CNC Lathe

N.     Coordinates for the CNC Mill

O.     Basics of G Code Programming

P.      Introduction to CAD and CAM for Machining

Q.     Control Panel Functions for the CNC Lathe

R.      Control Panel Functions for the CNC Mill

S.      Offsets on the CNC Lathe

T.      Offsets on the CNC Mill

U.     Creating a CNC Turning Program

V.     Creating a CNC Milling Program

W.    Turning Calculations

X.      Calculations for Programming the Mill

Y.      Canned Cycles for the Lathe

Z.      Canned Cycles for the Mill

AA.  Haas Mill: Control Panel Overview*

BB.   Haas Lathe: Control Panel Overview*

CC.   Haas Mill: Entering Offsets*

DD.  Haas Lathe: Entering Offsets*

EE.    Haas Mill: Locating Program Zero*

FF.    Haas Lathe: Locating Program Zero*

GG.  Haas Mill: Program Execution*

HH.  Haas Lathe: Program Execution*

II.      Haas Mill: Program Storage*

JJ.     Haas Lathe: Program Storage*

KK.   Haas Mill: First Part Runs*

LL.    Haas Lathe: First Part Runs*

MM.  Fanuc Mill: Control Panel Overview*

NN.  Fanuc Lathe: Control Panel Overview*

OO.  Fanuc Mill: Entering Offsets*

PP.   Fanuc Lathe: Entering Offsets*

QQ.  Fanuc Mill: Locating Program Zero*

RR.   Fanuc Mill: Program Execution*

SS.    Fanuc Lathe: Locating Program Zero*

TT.    Fanuc Lathe: Program Execution*

UU.  Fanuc Mill: Program Storage*

VV.  Fanuc Lathe: Program Storage*

WW. Fanuc Mill: First Part Runs*

XX.   Fanuc Lathe: First Part Runs*

YY.    Mazak Mill: Control Panel Overview*

ZZ.    Mazak Lathe: Control Panel Overview*

AAA. Mazak Mill: Locating Program Zero*

BBB. Mazak Lathe: Locating Program Zero*

CCC. Mazak Mill: Entering Offsets*

DDD. Creating an EIA/ISO Program for the Mazak Mill*

EEE. Creating an EIA/ISO Program for the Mazak Lathe*

FFF. Creating a Mazatrol Program for the Mill*

GGG. Creating a Mazatrol Program for the Lathe*

HHH. Mazak Mill: Program Execution*

III. Mazak Lathe: Program Execution*

JJJ. Mazak Mill: Program Storage*

KKK. Mazak Lathe: Program Storage*

LLL. Mazak Mill: First Part Runs*

MMM. Mazak Lathe: First Part Runs*

NNN. Mazak Lathe: Entering Offsets*

V.            Safety

A.     Intro to OSHA

B.      Personal Protective Equipment

C.      Noise Reduction and Hearing Conservation

D.     Respiratory Safety

E.      Lockout/Tagout Procedures

F.      SDS and Hazard Communication

G.     Bloodborne Pathogens

H.     Walking and Working Surfaces

I.       Fire Safety and Prevention

J.       Flammable/Combustible Liquids

K.      Ergonomics

L.      Hand and Power Tool Safety

M.    Safety for Lifting Devices

N.     Powered Industrial Truck Safety

O.     Confined Spaces

P.      Environmental Safety Hazards

Q.     Machine Guarding

VI.          Materials

A.     Introduction to Physical Properties

B.      Introduction to Mechanical Properties

C.      Introduction to Metals

D.     Introduction to Plastics

E.      Metal Manufacturing

F.      Classification of Steel

G.     Essentials of Heat Treatment of Steel

H.     Hardness Testing

I.       Ferrous Metals

J.       Nonferrous Metals

K.      Ceramics

L.      Thermoplastics

M.    Thermosets

N.     Exotic Alloys

VII.         Quality and Manufacturing Management

A.     Essentials of Leadership

B.      Essentials of Communication

C.      ISO 9001:2015 Review

D.     Continuous Process Improvement: Managing Flow

E.      Manufacturing Process Applications: Part I

F.      Continuous Process Improvement: Identifying and Eliminating Waste

G.     Manufacturing Process Applications: Part II

H.     Managing Performance: Best Practices

I.       Approaches to Maintenance

J.       Process Design and Development

K.      Product Design and Development

L.      Managing Performance: Corrective Actions

M.    Production System Design and Development

N.     Equipment/Tool Design and Development

O.     Basics of Manufacturing Costs

P.      Total Productive Maintenance

Q.     Conflict Resolution Principles

R.      5S Overview

S.      Conflict Resolution for Different Groups

T.      Team Leadership

U.     Intro to Six Sigma

V.     Manufacturing Management

W.    Troubleshooting

X.      Personal Effectiveness

Y.      Managing the Diverse Workplace

Z.      SPC Overview

AA.  Performance Management and the Law

BB.   Metrics for Lean

CC.   Process Flow Charting

DD.  Strategies for Setup Reduction

EE.    Management Tools: Product and Process Design

FF.    Six Sigma Goals and Tools

VIII.        Grinding

A.     Grinding Processes

B.      Grinding Safety

C.      Basic Grinding Theory

D.     Basics of the Surface Grinder

E.      Basics of the Cylindrical Grinder

F.      Basics of the Centerless Grinder

G.     Setup for the Surface Grinder

H.     Setup for the Cylindrical Grinder

I.       Setup for the Centerless Grinder

J.       Surface Grinder Operation

K.      Cylindrical Grinder Operation

L.      Centerless Grinder Operation

M.    Introduction to Grinding Fluids

N.     Grinding Ferrous Metals

O.     Grinding Nonferrous Metals

P.      Grinding Wheel Materials

Q.     Grinding Wheel Geometry

IX.           Power and Control

A.     Electrical Units

B.      Applied and Engineering Sciences

C.      Safety for Electrical Work

D.     Forces of Machines

E.      Introduction to Circuits

F.      The Forces of Fluid Power

G.     Relays, Contactors, and Motor Starters

H.     Introduction to Magnetism

I.       Control Devices

J.       DC Circuit Components

K.      Distribution Systems

L.      NEC Overview

M.    AC Fundamentals

N.     AC Motor Applications

O.     Electrical Instruments

P.      Electrical Print Reading

Q.     DC Power Sources

R.      AC Power Sources

S.      Conductor Selection

T.      Series Circuit Calculations

U.     Introduction to Electric Motors

V.     Reversing Motor Circuits

W.    Parallel Circuit Calculations

X.      Symbols and Diagrams for Motors

Y.      Logic and Line Diagrams

Z.      Battery Selection

AA.  DC Motor Applications

BB.   Specs for Servomotors

CC.   Solenoids

DD.  Timers and Counters

EE.    Electronic Semiconductor Devices

FF.    Photonic Semiconductor Devices

GG.  Limit Switches and Proximity Sensors

HH.  Photoelectric and Ultrasonic Devices

II.      Reduced Voltage Starting

JJ.     Solid-State Relays and Starters

KK.   Deceleration Methods

LL.    Acceleration Methods

X.            PLCs and Automation

A.     Automated Systems and Control

B.      Basics of Siemens PLCs

C.      Intro to PLCs

D.     Siemens PLC Hardware

E.      Hardware for PLCs

F.      Numbers, Codes, and Data Types for Siemens PLCs

G.     Numbering Systems and Codes

H.     Siemens PLC Communication

I.       Networking for PLCs

J.       Siemens PLC Inputs and Outputs

K.      PLC Inputs and Outputs

L.      Siemens Human Machine Interfaces

M.    Siemens SIMATIC Modular PLCs

N.     Industrial Network Integration

O.     Basics of Ladder Logic

P.      Siemens PLC Programming Concepts

Q.     Basic Programming

R.      Hand-Held Programmers of PLCs

S.      Basic Ladder Diagram Programming for Siemens PLCs

T.      Basic Function Block Diagram Programming for Siemens PLCs

U.     PLC Diagrams and Programs

V.     Ladder Diagram Timers and Counters for Siemens PLCs

W.    Function Block Diagram Timers and Counters for Siemens PLCs

X.      PLC Timers and Counters

Y.      Overview of PLC Registers

Z.      PLC Program Control Instructions

AA.  Math for PLCs

BB.   Additional Ladder Diagram Instructions for Siemens PLCs

CC.   Additional Function Block Diagram Instructions for Siemens PLCs

DD.  Sequencer Instructions for PLCs

EE.    Siemens SIMATIC S7-1200 PLCs

FF.    PLC Installation Practices

GG.  Siemens SIMATIC S7-1500 PLCs

HH.  Siemens Safety Integrated for Factory Automation

XI.           Additive Manufacturing

A.     Intro to Additive Manufacturing

B.      Additive Manufacturing Safety

C.      The Basic Additive Manufacturing Process

D.     Additive Manufacturing Methods and Materials

E.      Design for Additive Manufacturing

F.      Additive Manufacturing Materials Science

G.     Integrating Additive Manufacturing with Traditional Manufacturing

H.     Additive Manufacturing as a Secondary Process

XII.         Welding

A.     Welding Safety Essentials

B.      PPE for Welding

C.      Welding Fumes and Gases Safety

D.     Electrical Safety for Welding

E.      Introduction to Welding

F.      Introduction to Welding Processes

G.     Math Fundamentals for Welding

H.     Geometry Fundamentals for Welding

I.       Material Tests for Welding

J.       Welding Ferrous Metals

K.      Welding Nonferrous Metals

L.      Overview of Weld Types

M.    Overview of Weld Defects

N.     Welding Symbols and Codes

O.     Electrical Power for Arc Welding

P.      Introduction to SMAW

Q.     Introduction to GMAW

R.      Introduction to FCAW

S.      Introduction to GTAW

T.      Fabrication Process

U.     Overview of Soldering

V.     Thermal Cutting Overview

W.    Plasma Cutting

X.      Oxyfuel Cutting Applications

Y.      Introduction to Automation

Z.      SMAW Applications

AA.  GMAW Applications

BB.   Advanced GMAW Applications

CC.   FCAW Applications

DD.  GTAW Applications

XIII.        Adhesives

A.     Intro to Adhesive Bonding

B.      Basics of the Bonding Process

C.      Intro to Adhesive Properties

D.     Types of Adhesives

E.      Surface Preparation

F.      Steps for Adhesive Application

XIV.        Fasteners

A.     Intro to Assembly

B.      Safety for Assembly

C.      Intro to Fastener Threads

D.     Overview of Threaded Fasteners

E.      Tools for Threaded Fasteners

F.      Overview of Non-Threaded Fasteners

G.     Intro to Fastener Ergonomics

H.     Properties for Fasteners

I.       Understanding Torque

J.       Threaded Fastener Selection

XV.         Composites

A.     Intro to Composites

B.      Safety for Composite Processing

C.      Overview of Composite Processes

D.     Traditional Composites

E.      Advanced Thermoset Resins for Composites

F.      Advanced Materials for Composites

G.     Intro to Lay-up and Spray-up Molding

H.     Intro to Compression Molding

I.       Surface Finishing Composites

J.       Vacuum Bagging Technique: Single-sided Bagging

K.      Composite Inspection and Defect Prevention

L.      Repair Methods for Composites


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