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Measurements: Basic Concepts

$100.00

The Measurements: Basic Concepts course is an informative, entry-level introduction to general concepts that are helpful for the measurement process.

Learning Hours: 1

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Course Description

The Measurements: Basic Concepts course is an informative, entry-level introduction to general concepts that are helpful for the measurement process. This course focuses on fundamental knowledge including reading decimal places like a machinist and understanding tolerance and fit. Learners in the quality and manufacturing fields will find value in this course.

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Who will benefit from this Measurements: Basic Concepts course?

All Functions: Quality, Sales, Engineering, Manufacturing, Purchasing.

Course Classification

This manufacturing course by THORS eLearning Solutions covers identification of key terms.

*THORS uses the Bloom’s Taxonomy Methodology for our course development.

Certificate Awarded for Measurements: Basic Concepts

Example of certificate awarded upon successful completion of the course.

*upon successful completion

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Learning Objectives

  1. Understand how to pronounce decimal places like a machinist.
  2. Recognize the different types of tolerances.
  3. Distinguish between the two types of fit that are important for measurements.
Measurements called out on a part drawing including a reference dimension.
Measurements: Basic Concepts

Table of Contents

  1. Shop Talk: Reading the Decimal Place
    1. Metric
      1. Metric Grouping Video
      2. Metric Grouping Step-By-Step
    2. Imperial (U.S. Standard)
      1. Imperial Grouping Video
      2. Imperial Grouping Step-By-Step
  2. Understanding Tolerance and Fit
    1. Tolerance
      1. Bilateral Tolerance
      2. Unilateral Tolerance
    2. Fit
      1. Slip Fit
      2. Interference Fit

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