Mechanical fabrication plays an important role in today’s economy as the cost to produce goods increases and the profit margins shrink. To stay competitive, companies must manufacture high quality goods. In our information based world, learners increasingly do not have knowledge or skills for mechanical fabrication. Amatrol’s Mechanical Fabrication 1 Learning System (96-MPF1) focuses on the safe application of basic hand tools used in assembly.
The Mechanical Fabrication training system includes real-world hand tools and associated components such as screwdrivers, wrenches, and sockets for hands-on skill-building. Learners will gain hand tools training and basic assembly skills training by practicing skills like: inspecting and installing a threaded fastener; using fixed, adjustable, Allen, and ratchet wrenches to tighten threaded fasteners; and installing pipe thread and straight thread pneumatic fittings. This hand tools training system also includes interactive multimedia curriculum, an instructor’s assessment guide, an installation guide, and a student reference guide. Amatrol combines equipment, strong print-based curriculum, and interactive multimedia so that learners can study and practice mechanical fabrication skills in the style that they need.