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Test Name:Job: Production Grinder - UPDATED
Number of Questions:122
Test Description:The assessment for production grinders tests for an understanding of grinding machines and processes, grinding wheel materials, print reading and inspection methods, and workpiece material properties. This assessment also addresses lean initiatives and cell designs. Test questions are based on class material from the abrasives, CNC, inspection, materials, metal cutting, quality, safety, shop mathematics/print reading, and workholding departments.
Test Instructions:This online test requires uninterrupted access to a computer with an Internet connection. For math-related questions, please have paper and pencils on hand for your calculations. Textbooks, calculators, and other electronic devices are NOT allowed.

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Intro to Abrasives 100
This class defines abrasive processes and explains the major groups of abrasive tools.
None19Beginner Abrasives
What Is Grinding? 110
This class describes the grinding action, explains how chips are formed, and covers wheel maintenance and safety.
None15Beginner Abrasives
Grinding Processes 120
This class identifies the major types of grinding operations and explains how they are performed on the machine. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None13Beginner Abrasives
Grinding Variables 200
This class identifies the most common variables that occur during grinding, with an emphasis on speeds and feeds. Includes an Interactive Lab.
250110 25012013Intermediate Abrasives
Grinding Wheel Materials 210
This class describes common abrasive and bond materials for grinding wheels, as well as their applications.
250100 25011019Intermediate Abrasives
Grinding Wheel Geometry 220
This class describes the major types of grinding wheels listed in the ANSI standard and explains the relationship between wheel geometry and workpiece shape.
250110 25012019Intermediate Abrasives
Dressing and Truing 230
This class describes the common methods used to balance, true, and dress a standard grinding wheel.
25011016Intermediate Abrasives
History and Definition of CNC 100
This class outlines the origin of today's CNC machines and explains how modern CNC evolved from its original designs.
None13Beginner CNC
Mechanics of CNC 110
This class describes the mechanical systems involved in CNC axis movement, as well as how feedback is used for tool location.
None17Beginner CNC
CNC Coordinates 140
This class explains the arrangement and orientation of the basic axes on a common CNC lathe and both a vertical and horizontal CNC mill. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None16Beginner CNC
Basic Measurement 110
This class introduces the basic measuring devices used in the shop to ensure part quality. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None18Beginner Inspection
Linear Instrument Characteristics 115
This class describes the various characteristics of linear measuring instruments and explains how variation affects the inspection process. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None15Beginner Inspection
Surface Measurement 140
This class identifies the different types of surface texture and describes how the surface texture of a part affects its use.
None18Beginner Inspection
Intro to Materials 100
This class identifies the major categories of materials used in manufacturing and compares their general properties.
None19Beginner Materials
Structure of Metals 110
This class describes the atomic structure of metals and explains how this structure affects each metal's properties.
None15Beginner Materials
Mechanical Properties of Metals 120
This class describes common mechanical properties of metals and explains the stress-strain curve. Includes an Interactive Lab.
None12Beginner Materials
Physical Properties of Metals 130
This class introduces the physical properties of metals and explains how these properties determine potential applications.
None11Beginner Materials
Metal Classification 150
This class introduces the AISI-SAE classification for steels.
None13Beginner Materials
Ferrous Metals and Alloys 210
This class identifies the major categories, properties, and uses of steels and their alloys.
500120 50015016Intermediate Materials
Nonferrous Metals and Alloys 220
This class identifies the major categories, properties, and uses of nonferrous metals and their alloys.
50012014Intermediate Materials