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Tool and Die Maker

Tool and Die Maker
$1,995.00 (USD)



I.             Workholding

A.  Intro to Workholding

B.  Locating Devices

C.  Clamping Basics

D.  Chucks, Collets, and Vises

E.   Drill Bushing Selection

II.            Math

A.  Math Fundamentals

B.  Math: Fractions and Decimals

C.  Blueprint Reading

D.  Algebra Fundamentals

E.   Geometry: Lines and Angles

F.   Geometry: Triangles

G.  Geometry: Circles and Polygons

H.  Trigonometry: The Pythagorean Theorem

I.    Trigonometry: Sine, Cosine, Tangent

J.   Statistics

III.           Inspection

A.  Basic Measurement

B.  Introduction to GD&T

C.  Major Rules of GD&T

D.  Inspecting a Prismatic Part

E.   Inspecting a Cylindrical Part

IV.          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.  Toolholders for Turning

I.    Speed and Feed for the Lathe

J.   Speed and Feed for the Mill

K.  Machining Titanium Alloys

L.   Lathe Tool Geometry

M. Mill Tool Geometry

N.  Drill Tool Geometry

O.  Intro to EDM

V.            Machining

A.  Manual Mill Basics

B.  Engine Lathe Basics

C.  Manual Mill Setup

D.  Overview of Engine Lathe Setup

E.   Benchwork and Layout Operations

F.   Manual Mill Operation

G.  Engine Lathe Operation

H.  Holemaking on the Manual Mill

I.    Threading on the Engine Lathe

J.   Taper Turning on the Engine Lathe

K.  Introduction to CNC Machines

L.   Basics of the CNC Lathe

M. Basics of the CNC Mill

N.  Coordinates for the CNC Lathe

O.  Coordinates for the CNC Mill

P.  CNC Specs for the Mill

Q.  CNC Specs for the Lathe

R.  Basics of G Code Programming

S.   Introduction to CAD and CAM for Machining

T.   Control Panel Functions for the CNC Lathe

U.  Control Panel Functions for the CNC Mill

V.  Creating a CNC Turning Program

W. Creating a CNC Milling Program

X.  Calculations for Programming the Mill 12

Y.   Turning Calculations

Z.   Canned Cycles for the Lathe

AA. Canned Cycles for the Mill

BB. Haas Mill: Control Panel Overview*

CC. Haas Lathe: Control Panel Overview*

DD. Haas Mill: First Part Runs*

EE. Haas Lathe: First Part Runs*

FF. Fanuc Mill: Control Panel Overview*

GG. Fanuc Lathe: Control Panel Overview*

HH. Fanuc Mill: First Part Runs*

II.  Fanuc Lathe: First Part Runs*

JJ.  Mazak Mill: Control Panel Overview*

KK. Mazak Lathe: Control Panel Overview*

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

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

NN. Creating a Mazatrol Program for the Mill*

OO. Creating a Mazatrol Program for the Lathe*

PP. Mazak Mill: First Part Runs*

QQ. Mazak Lathe: First Part Runs*

VI.          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

VII.         Materials

A.  Introduction to Physical Properties

B.  Introduction to Mechanical Properties

C.  Introduction to Metals

D.  Metal Manufacturing

E.   Classification of Steel

F.   Essentials of Heat Treatment of Steel

G.  Hardness Testing

H.  Ferrous Metals

I.    Nonferrous Metals

J.   Exotic Alloys

VIII.        Quality and Manufacturing Management

A.  Lean Manufacturing Overview

B.  Essentials of Leadership

C.  Essentials of Communication

D.  ISO 9001: 2015 Review

E.   Continuous Process Improvement: Managing Flow

F.   Manufacturing Process Applications: Part I

G.  Continuous Process Improvement: Identifying and Eliminating Waste

H.  Manufacturing Process Applications: Part II

I.    Managing Performance: Best Practices

J.   Approaches to Maintenance

K.  Managing Performance: Corrective Actions

L.   Equipment/Tool Design and Development

M. Total Productive Maintenance

N.  Conflict Resolution Principles

O.  5S Overview

P.  Conflict Resolution for Different Groups

Q.  Team Leadership

R.  Intro to Six Sigma

S.   Quality and Customer Service

T.   Manufacturing Management

U.  Troubleshooting

V.  Personal Effectiveness

W. Conducting Kaizen Events

X.  Managing the Diverse Workplace

Y.   SPC Overview

Z.   Harassment and Discrimination

AA. Performance Management and the Law

BB. Metrics for Lean

CC. Process Flow Charting

DD. Strategies for Setup Reduction

EE. Management Tools: Problem Solving

FF. Management Tools: Product and Process Design

GG. Six Sigma Goals and Tools

IX.           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.   Cylindrical Grinder Operation

K.  Centerless Grinder Operation

L.   Introduction to Grinding Fluids

M. Grinding Variables

N.  Grinding Ferrous Metals

O.  Grinding Nonferrous Metals

P.  Grinding Wheel Materials

Q.  Grinding Wheel Geometry

R.  Dressing and Truing

X.            Stamping and Fabrication

A.  Die Components

B.  Die Cutting Variables

C.  Fabrication Process

* These sections are optional but we highly suggest you complete them.





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