Tooling University Webinar
Pressure on profit margins in manufacturing come from both sides of the fence -
quality and differentiation to build revenue, and production efficiency and
compliance to control costs. Addressing these multi-faceted aspects of learning
in today's manufacturing environments will be the topic of our next session of
Join us, along with our
guests, Grant Ricketts for this special segment about developing learning
content solutions in Manufacturing. We also plan to add special guest experts
from the Society of Manufacturing Engineering (SME) and NIMS as well. Learn
from this panel of experts about the priorities and requirements they see
across the manufacturing sector - from "lean manufacturing" to training supply
chain partners and building excellence in the field - and how these different
needs are being addressed.
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Milling Calculations 295 -This class explains
the common calculations necessary to plot the toolpaths for a basic milling
TS 16949:2002 Overview 220| - This class
compares ISO 9001:2000 and TS 16949:2002 and explains how their differences
affect the standard operating procedures in a quality management system.
CAD/CAM Overview 160 -This class describes the
general process of using computers to design and manufacture parts and
identifies common features available in CAD/CAM software.
Inspecting with CMMs 220 - This class compares
the advantages and common uses of various CMM components and software
Creating a Milling Program 290 - This class
explains the key components in the creation and execution of a simple milling
Basics of the CNC Swiss-Type Lathe 135 - This
class describes the basic components of the Swiss-type lathe, as well as common
tooling and machining operations.
New Classes Coming in the Month
of June at Tooling U
1) Overview of Threads
2) Geometry: Lines and Angles
3) Thread Inspection
4) Geometry: Triangles
Coming In September!
1) CNC Control Training
University now has over 40 classes translated into Spanish. You can choose from
the following departments: Metal Cutting, CNC, Materials, Shop Essentials,
Quality, and Abrasives.