Precision Measurement NC3 Instrument Certification | gotoLTC

Precision Measurement NC3 Instrument Certification

Develop knowledge of measurement principles used in industry. Earn industry-recognized certification.

Seminar Title Date Time Class # Fee Room
Precision Measurement NC3
Instrument Certification
October 21 & 28, 2020 (W)  7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 64839 $295 PEM125*

*Meets at the LTC Cleveland Campus, 1290 North Ave, Cleveland, WI in the Plastics Engineering Manufacturing Building; use west campus entrance.

This 12-hour course, set up in three separate modules, is designed to assist multiple technical training disciplines with the proper operation, calibration, and measuring techniques required for utilizing precision measurement equipment effectively. Both SAE and metric measuring instruments will be covered including: steel rules, tape measures, dial calipers, inside, outside and depth micrometers, small hole gauges, and telescoping gauges.

Participants will be assessed at the end of each module in order to receive the industry-recognized certification.

Instructor: Carolyn King, LTC Millwright Apprenticeship Instructor

Module 1: TAPE AND RULE MEASUREMENT

OBJECTIVES
The purpose of this module is to acquaint the reader with various tapes, rules and calipers.  Upon completion of this module and accompanying lab activities, the reader will:

  • Understand the basic safety guidelines as related to the use of precision measuring tools in shops and laboratories.
  • Describe the basic design of various tapes, rules and calipers to include features, sizes, variations, and the technology behind the tool.
  • Describe the difference between calibration and filed check, determine when they should be done, and be able to properly demonstrate field checks on various tapes, rules and calipers.
  • Demonstrate application of various tapes, rules, and calipers to include proper usage, obtaining and reading measurements accurately, and performing tool maintenance.
Module 2: SLIDE CALIPER MEASUREMENT

OBJECTIVES
The purpose of this module is to acquaint the reader with various dial calipers.  Upon completion of this module and accompanying lab activities, the reader will:

  • Understand basic safety guidelines as related to the use of the precision measuring tools in shops and laboratories.
  • Describe the basic design of various dial calipers to include features, sizes, variations, and the technology behind the tool.
  • Describe the difference between calibration and field check, determine when they should be done, and be able to properly demonstrate field checks on various dial calipers.
  • Demonstrate application of various dial calipers to include proper usage, obtaining and reading measurements accurately, and performing tool maintenance.
Module 3: MICROMETER MEASUREMENT

OBJECTIVES
The purpose of this module is to acquaint the reader with various Micrometers, Small Hole Gauges, and Telescoping Gauges.  Upon completion of this module and accompanying lab activities, the reader will:

  • Understand basic safety guidelines as related to the use of precision measuring tools in shops and laboratories.
  • Describe the basic design of various micrometers, small hole gauges, and telescoping gauges to include features, sizes, variations, and the technology behind the tool.
  • Describe the difference between calibration and field check, determine when they should be done, and be able to properly demonstrate field checks on various micrometers, small hole gauges, and telescoping gauges.
  • Demonstrate application of various micrometers, small hole gauges, and telescoping gauges to include proper usage, obtaining and reading measurements accurately, and performing tool maintenance.

REGISTER

ONLINE with company bill information or download a registration form.
To register by phone with a credit card, call 1.888.GO TO LTC (1.888.468.6582) Ext. 1366

For questions or detailed information, call Ruth at 920.693.1167, or e-mail ruth.semph@gotoltc.edu.