Blueprint Reading (6/12-6/23/23)
June 12 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
This course provides the student with a basic understanding of blueprint reading. It presents background information on prints, how multi-view drawings are created, the principles of projection and instruction in developing the skill of visualization. It explains the interpretation of the dimensional requirements shown on the print, the interpretation of detailed drawings that include single part, tabulated detail, stamped product, and tabulated stamped product drawings. It deals with sectional views of drawings to include full, offset, aligned, removed sections, and includes auxiliary views and assembly drawings. An understanding of Screw Thread Specification will also be covered.
This class will prepare the student to be able to read, understand and interpret engineering drawings and be prepared for the GD&T class. The student will also gain an understanding of the most common machine shop measuring instruments, and how to use them accurately.
- Blueprint Reading Explanation/Fundamentals
- Intro to Precision Measuring Instruments and Tolerances
Dates: June 12-23
Times: 9 am -12 pm
Location: MA Training Center 3405 Board Road
Cost (non-member): 495
This class can be used towards Apprentice credits.