Fixturing Fundamentals for Machining introduces learners to the basic equipment, concepts, and general terminology that are often applied for fixturing or workholding. The important and yet sometimes overlooked process of metal part fixturing is brought to life in this course using realistic 3D models of actual parts. Helpful animations are also provided for concepts such as the 3-2-1 Principle and how to arrest the 12 degrees of freedom. The material in this course is beneficial to both experienced fixturing or workholding veterans and to learners new to the industry.
Who will benefit from this Fixturing for Machining course?
Organizations that utilize machining in their manufacturing process; Procurement, supplier quality, engineering, and operations personnel of organizations that design and purchase machined components.
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Certificate Awarded for Fixturing Fundamentals for Machining
*upon successful completion
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