Corrective Leveling Basics provides learners with a basic understanding of the concepts and equipment, terminology, and troubleshooting methods that apply to corrective leveling processes for sheet metal. There are several processes that are considered “leveling”; the emphasis for this course will be the corrective leveling that is typically applied to sheet metal prior to the metal being cut-to-length and stacked.
- Recall the primary parts of cut-to-length and multi-blanking lines
- Recognize the basic operations that apply to corrective leveling.
- Identify the important pieces of corrective leveling equipment.
- Understand how materials and bending radiuses are crucial to the leveling process.
- Differentiate between the various defects that might be rectified with corrective levelers.
- Recall the troubleshooting methods that ensure corrective leveling is safe and productive.
This course includes
Pre / Post-Assessment
Course Length: 1 h
Table of Contents
Equipment and Concepts
- Cut-To-Length Line Terminology
- Corrective Leveler Terminology
- Corrective Leveler Components
- Corrective Leveling Material
- Material Gauge
- Yield Point
Defects and Troubleshooting
- Work Roll Adjustments
- Rejection Defects
- Curvature Defects
- Complex Shape Defects
- Corrective Leveling Capabilities
After completing this course you will receive a certificate of completion.