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Assessment Name: Job: Inspector: Mechanical - UPDATED
Number of Questions: 138
Description: The assessment for mechanical inspectors tests for a strong knowledge of math and print reading, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, advanced inspection tools such as CMMs and optical comparators, locating principles, and a working knowledge of common manufacturing processes. This assessment also addresses common quality initiatives and process control. Test questions are based on class material from the abrasives, electrical systems, inspection, materials, metal cutting, quality, safety, shop mathematics/print reading, and workholding departments.
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.

The assessment covers the following classes:

Class Functional Area Format Difficulty Version Department
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Classes 1 to 10 of 10
Intro to Abrasives 100

This class defines abrasive processes and explains the major groups of abrasive tools.

Machining Online Beginner 1.0 Abrasives
Intro to GD&T 200 (1994)

This class introduces the fundamental concepts of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) and describes the main types of tolerances included in the standard. This class references the 1994 standard. Includes an Interactive Lab.

Foundational Online Intermediate 1.0 Inspection
Interpreting GD&T 310 (1994)

This class explains important rules of GD&T and also describes how common features are specified in GD&T prints. This class references the 1994 standard. Includes an Interactive Lab.

Foundational Online Advanced 1.0 Inspection
Measuring System Analysis 300

This class explains the purpose and methods of measuring systems analysis, including measurement variation and gage repeatability and reproducibility studies.

Foundational Online Advanced 1.0 Inspection
Six Sigma Goals and Tools 310

This class covers the Six Sigma DMAIC process improvement method and its primary goals, including the most common sub-steps and frequently used tools.

Foundational Online Advanced 1.0 Lean
Quality Overview 100

This class identifies how each department and function of a company plays a role in producing quality products for the customer.

Foundational Online Beginner 1.0 Quality
Shop Trig Overview 210

This class presents a general overview and refresher for the rules of trigonometry.

Foundational Online Intermediate 1.0 Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)
Interpreting Blueprints 230

This class provides an overview of common features found in prints and describes how to properly inspect them. Includes an Interactive Lab.

Foundational Online Intermediate 1.0 Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)
Supporting and Locating Principles 106

This class describes the fundamental theory to properly supporting, locating, and clamping a workpiece. Includes an Interactive Lab.

Machining Online Beginner 1.0 Workholding
Locating Devices 107

This class identifies the most common types of locating components used in custom workholding devices and fixtures.

Machining Online Beginner 1.0 Workholding