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Measurements: Measuring Tools

$180.00

The Measurements: Measuring Tools course is an informative, entry-level overview on the various measurement tools commonly used during inspection with particular attention paid to hand-held devices.

Learning Hours: 2

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Course Description

The Measurements: Measuring Tools course is an informative, entry-level overview on the various measurement tools commonly used during inspection with particular attention paid to hand-held devices. This course focuses on quantitative gauges, such as calipers and micrometers; qualitative gauges, such as go/no go thread rings or plugs; and standard or class-specific tools, such as levels, squares, and gauge blocks. Learners in the quality and manufacturing fields will find value in this course.

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Who will benefit from this Measuring Tools course?

Organizations that manufacture products or provide services that require dimensional specifications to be met.

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: Measuring Tools

Example of certificate awarded upon successful completion of the course.

*upon successful completion

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Learning Objectives

  1. Identify each measurement tool by name.
  2. Understand what type of measurement instrument each tool is.
  3. Comprehend the purpose of each measurement tool.
Examples of measuring tools including a digital caliper.
Measurement: Measuring Tools

Table of Contents

  1. Quantitative Gauges
    1. Scales
    2. Calipers
      1. Vernier Calipers
      2. Dial Calipers
      3. Digital Calipers
    3. Micrometers
      1. Outside Dimension Micrometers
      2. Inside Dimension Micrometers
      3. Depth Micrometers
    4. Protractors
    5. Height Gauges with Test Indicators
    6. Inside Diameter Bore Gauges
  2. Qualitative Gauges
    1. Profile or Radius Gauges
    2. Thickness Gauges
    3. Go/No Go Thread Rings or Plugs
    4. Snap Gauges
    5. Adjustable Telescoping Gauges
    6. Spring Calipers
  3. Standard or Class-Specific Tools
    1. Levels
    2. Squares
    3. Surface Plates
    4. Gauge Blocks
    5. Surface Finish Comparators

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