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Department Name: Fasteners Department
Number of Classes: 10
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Department Description
Fasteners TrainingFasteners are discrete assembly items that are used to join together the various components of a part. A fastener can be a bolt and nut, a screw, a rivet, or even a staple. However, the majority of fasteners used in industry are threaded fasteners. These devices typically allow for the assembly and disassembly of components.
   These classes cover the basic types of threaded and non-threaded fasteners. They also provide an overview of their components and applications and the various types of tools commonly used in assembly. Intermediate-level classes focus on the key properties of steel fasteners, common fastener failures, as well as the importance of torque and how it is derived and applied to bolted joints.

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700100 Intro to Assembly 100
This class describes the common assembly methods of mechanical fastening, adhesive bonding, and welding.
None 14Beginner Fasteners Department
700105 Safety for Assembly 105
This class introduces general safety guidelines for assembly. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None 15Beginner Fasteners Department
700110 Intro to Fastener Threads 110
This class describes fastener threads and their characteristics, as well as explains different thread standards and classifications. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None 16Beginner Fasteners Department
700117 Overview of Threaded Fasteners 117
This class summarizes the various types of threaded fasteners used in assemblies and describes their common applications.
None 16Beginner Fasteners Department
700120 Tools for Threaded Fasteners 120
This class outlines the different types of tools for assembly commonly used with threaded fasteners.
None 18Beginner Fasteners Department
700125 Overview of Non-Threaded Fasteners 125
This class summarizes the various types of non-threaded fasteners used in assemblies and describes their common applications.
None 13Beginner Fasteners Department
700130 Intro to Fastener Ergonomics 130
This class introduces ergonomics and discusses the ergonomic concerns associated with assembly.
None 15Beginner Fasteners Department
700200 Properties for Fasteners 200
This class describes the key properties of steel fasteners as well as common fastener failures that may occur.
700117
700125
16Intermediate Fasteners Department
700210 Understanding Torque 210
This class explains the importance of torque as well as how torque is derived and applied to bolted joints. Includes an Interactive Lab.
700117
700120
700125
15Intermediate Fasteners Department
700215 Threaded Fastener Selection 215
This class describes how to select a threaded fastener as well as how to install a bolt and nut combination into a joint.
700117
700120
700125
18Intermediate Fasteners Department