Blueprint reading is the universal form of communication in manufacturing plants and machine shops. This interactive seminar has been designed to teach you the theory of drawings, how to identify the essential details, and how to interpret the dimensions and tolerances found on engineering drawings.

This program features a series of workshops using actual shop prints taken from industry to reinforce the learning experience. Upon completion of the program, you will have gained a new set of skills for reading engineering drawings.

Attendees receive a copy of Print Reading for Industry by Walter C. Brown

You will Learn About

•Manufacturing Drawings

•Lines and symbols

•Orthographic Drawings

•Layout techniques

•Chamfers, holes, threads, tapers, keyways

•Dimensioning

•Auxiliary Views

•Sectional Views

•Title Blocks

•Theory of projection

•Isometric Views

•Application through workshops

Who should attend

Machine operators, quality control inspectors, shop supervisors, metalworking manufacturing personnel, engineering managers, and other manufacturing persons interested in learning to read manufacturing prints or updating their knowledge in this area.

Blueprint

Blueprint Reading is one of the most important skills to have in industry.

The ability to read and interpret blueprints is a valuable tool in for anyone involved in manufacturing

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