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Multimedia Courseware - Measurement Tools 1 | M19017

Model Name: Multimedia Courseware - Measurement Tools 1

Model Number: M19017

Learning Topics

  • Basic Measurement
  • Precision Measurement Tools
  • Dimensional Gauging
  • Introduction to SPC
  • Control Chart Operation
  • Control Chart Analysis
  • Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
  • Location Tolerances
  • Orientation Tolerances
  • Form Tolerances

In-Depth, Comprehensive Measurement Tools Curriculum

Measurement Tools 1 introduces basic measurement, precision measurement tools, and dimensional gauging. Learners will cover concepts such as S.I. Measurement, U.S. Customary Measurements, Tape Measure and Measurement Conversion. Applications taught include using a dial caliper, digital caliper, English micrometer, and metric micrometer. Dimensional Gauging will include an introduction to gauging as well as indicator measurement and data collection. Measurement Tools 1 provides an overview of concepts in control chart analysis and operation, geometric dimensioning and tolerance, and location, orientation, and form tolerances.

basic measurement multimediaBasic Measurement

Learners begin with an introduction to basic measurement, including SI measurement, US customary measurement, tape measures, and measurement conversion. Individual lessons focus on topics like two systems of dimensional measurement, function and construction of a Machinist’s Rule, measurement accuracy and resolution, function and construction of a tape measure, and converting measurements between US Customary System and the SI Metric System. Learners will also practice skills, such as using a metric Machinist’s Rule to measure an outside length of a part, mastering a decimal-inch Machinist Rule, using a tape measure to measure a length, and converting between common fraction inches and decimals.

Precision Measurement Tools

Learners using Amatrol’s measurement tools eLearning course will study various aspects and components of precision measurement tools, including dial calipers, digital calipers, English micrometers, and metric micrometers. Individual lessons focus on topics like function of a dial caliper, how to use a digital caliper, function of a micrometer, and typical accuracy of an outside micrometer. Learners will also practice skills, such as calibrating a dial caliper, using a digital caliper to measure dimension of a part, mastering an outside micrometer graduated in English units, and using a micrometer to measure the outside diameter of a cylindrical part.

Dimensional Gauging

Learners will study various aspects and components of dimensional gauging, including an introduction to gauging, indicator measurement, and data collection. Individual lessons focus on topics like the importance of tolerance, function of two methods of gauging, how to use a digital indicator to measure a dimension, and three ways to collect process data. Learners will also practice skills, such as mastering a dial indicator, measuring a dimension using a dial indicator, collecting and displaying data using data acquisition software, and deleting a file.

Introduction to SPC
Intro to SPC Multimedia

In this module, learners will be introduced to Statistical Process Control (SPC), including basic statistical concepts, histogram construction, SPC software, and histogram analysis. Individual lessons focus on topics like statistical process control measures, hot to manually construct a histogram, functions of a historical data set, and how to analyze a histogram. Learners will also practice skills, such as calculating the mean and range of a set of data, manually constructing a histogram, analyzing a histogram, and open/view a historical data set.

Control Chart Operation

Learners using Amatrol’s measurement tools eLearning course will study various concepts of control chart operation, including X-Bar and R Chart operation, and SPC software. Individual lessons focus on topics like function of a control chart, construction of an X-Bar and R Chart, and how to create a control chart using SPC software. Learners will also practice skills, such as classifying types of given data, manually recording process data on an X-Bar and R Chart, and using the SPC software to record and display process data on an X-Bar and R Chart.

Control Chart Analysis

Learners will study various aspects and components of control chart analysis, including control chart setup, data import, and control chart analysis. Individual lessons focus on topics like X-Bar and R Chart construction, how to apply control charts to process operation, and how to analyze an X-Bar and R Chart. Learners will also practice skills, such as manually constructing an X-Bar and R Chart, constructing an X-Bar and R Chart using SPC software with a gauge input, and analyzing an X-Bar and R Chart.

SPC Problem Solving

In this module, learners will advance their SPC knowledge into SPC problem solving, including introduction to quality tools, the cause and effect diagram, and pareto diagrams. Individual lessons focus on topics like the function of the PDCA Cycle, the construction of three types of cause and effect diagrams, six basic steps of the brainstorming process, and pareto analysis. Learners will also practice skills, such as classifying type of given data, construction of a C&E diagram given a set of causes, and manually constructing a pareto diagram.

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing MultimediaGeometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

Advancing through Amatrol’s measurement tools eLearning course, learners will study various aspects and components of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, including general tolerancing, assembly tolerances, fundamentals of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, and feature control frames. Individual lessons focus on topics like maximum/lease material condition, baseline dimensioning, five types of geometric features, and functions of the three parts of a feature control frame. Learners will also practice skills, such as calculating the limits of a dimension given its tolerance, identifying baseline dimensions, identifying the correct datum to use a reference point, and selecting a feature control frame for a part drawing.

Location Tolerances

Learners will study location tolerances, including an introduction to location tolerances, calculating position tolerances, and measuring hole locations. Individual lessons focus on topics like conventional position tolerancing, how a bonus tolerances is created, and how the datum precedence is used. Learners will also practice skills, such as converting a drawing with a conventional tolerance to a drawing with a position tolerance, determining if a produced hole is within tolerance, and using a small-hole gauge to measure the diameter of a hole.

Orientation Tolerances

In this module, learners will study various aspects and components of orientation tolerances, including length measurement, parallelism tolerances, perpendicularity tolerances, and full indicator movement measurement. Individual lessons focus on topics like how to fixture a plate and disk, orientation and parallelism tolerances, how to interpret a perpendicularity tolerance of a surface, and full indicator movement. Learners will also practice skills, such as setting up and measuring diameter of a disk using an indicator, measuring parallelism of a rectangular part, determining if a rectangular part meets a perpendicularity tolerance, and measuring perpendicularity of a rectangular part using a free-standing indicator.

Form Tolerances

To conclude the quality assurance module, learners will study form tolerances, including straightness tolerances, circularity tolerances, and cylindricity tolerances. Individual lessons focus on topics like straightness tolerance interpretation, circularity of a shaft, and how to interpret a cylindricity tolerance. Learners will also practice skills, such as measuring the straightness of a shaft using an indicator, determining if a part meets a circularity tolerance given a specification, and measuring the cylindricity of a shaft using an indicator.

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Virtual Training Systems Replicate Hands-On Skills

Amatrol’s measurement tools eLearning course will also feature a Virtual Trainer option that allows learners to practice hands-on skills using an online simulator rather than physical equipment. Amatrol’s virtual simulators mirror actual Amatrol training equipment, expertly replicating hands-on skills practice with industrial realism.

In addition to expanding options for users, Amatrol’s virtual simulators help to reduce initial training program startup costs and space requirements. They also offer seamless integration with Amatrol’s hardware systems if added in the future.

Highly-Interactive Multimedia Format Appeals to All Learning Styles

Amatrol’s Measurement Tools eLearning course curriculum features a highly-interactive multimedia format. Stunning 3D animations, videos, pictures, voiceovers of all text, and interactive quizzes and exercises bring learning to life. Amatrol’s multimedia curriculum contains elements that will appeal to every learning style, keeping learners motivated and engaged.

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Anytime, Anywhere Access Promotes Self-Paced Learning

In today’s fast-paced, technology-driven world, it’s more important than ever to extend the reach of industrial skill training beyond the borders of traditional classrooms. Amatrol’s eLearning meets the challenge for flexibility by offering in-depth, comprehensive technical skills training via an intuitive, easy-to-use web-based Learning Management System (LMS).

With anytime, anywhere online access, Amatrol’s eLearning allows learners to set their own pace at home, on the job, in a traditional class setting, or a blended approach of these options. Click here to learn more about Amatrol’s eLearning and LMS.

Key Features

  • In-Depth, Comprehensive Measurement Curriculum
  • Highly-Interactive Multimedia Format Appeals to All Learning Styles
  • 3D Animations, Videos, and Voiceovers Bring Learning to Life
  • Essential Knowledge Connected to Real-World Skills
  • Anytime, Anywhere Access Promotes Self-Paced Learning

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