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Basic Measuring Tools SkillSet™ Series
Basic Measuring Tools SkillSet™ Series
 
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Basic Measuring Tools

Our Basic Measuring Tools training series is based on Routsis Training’s exclusive SkillSet™ training model. This unique learning experience combines detailed, step-by-step online video instruction with hands-on worksheets. These courses teach participants correct usage and procedures for verifying the accuracy of measuring devices used at your facility.

Each of the twenty-one video/worksheet combinations focuses on a particular measuring tool. The steps outlined in each course ensure the tool is being used properly — and providing reliable measurements. Users will learn best-practices for handling and storing measuring equipment, stabilizing tools and part features for improved accuracy, and how to perform an accuracy verification (also known as a “Field Check”) for each tool covered in the training series.

  • BACKGROUND:
    Ensures your technicians understand the common uses and functionality of each measuring tool
  • PURPOSE:
    Users learn specifically what each Basic Measuring Tools SkillSet™ will cover
  • EQUIPMENT:
    Items are shown and listed to ensure individuals know which tools and equipment they need to succeed
  • PROCEDURE:
    Each step is demonstrated so your inspectors can perform the worksheets with accuracy and confidence
  • WORKSHEET:
    Contains detailed information & step-by-step instructions required to successfully complete each lab

What’s Covered in the BMT Skillset™ Series?

The Basic Measuring Tools series is ideal for operators, inspectors, technicians, engineers, machinists, quality and maintenance personnel, research and development, metrology, field support, tooling – or anyone that works with measuring tools in any industry. These courses discuss common gauges, indicators, calipers and micrometers. Both analog and digital displays are covered — as well as both Imperial and Metric units, making these courses relevant to a wide range of applications and manufacturing facilities around the world.

  • Using a Go / No-Go Gauge
    Determine whether a part is acceptable or not, using a go / no-go gauge.
  • Using Pin Gauges
    Determine whether a specific part feature is within specification by taking pin gauge measurements.
  • Using Thickness Gauges
    Determine whether a specific part feature is within specification by taking thickness gauge measurements.
  • Using Gauge Blocks
    Create three specific heights using multiple gauge blocks — and then verify these heights through measurement.
  • Using a Linear Indicator
    Determine whether a specific part feature is within specification, based on a linear indicator measurement.
  • Using Slide Calipers for Outside Measurement
    Determine whether a specific part feature is within specification, based on an outside measurement taken with slide calipers.
  • Using Slide Calipers for Inside Measurement
    Determine whether a specific part feature is within specification, based on an inside measurement using slide calipers.
  • Using Slide Calipers for Depth Measurement
    Determine whether a specific part feature is within specification based on a depth measurement using slide calipers.
  • Field-Checking Slide Calipers
    Determine if a caliper is functioning properly by performing a field check.
  • Using an Outside Micrometer
    Determine whether a specific part feature is within specification, based on an outside micrometer measurement.
  • Using an Inside Micrometer
    Determine whether a specific part feature is within specification, based on an inside micrometer measurement.
  • Using a Depth Micrometer
    Determine whether a specific part feature is within specification, based on a depth micrometer measurement.
  • Field-Checking an Outside Micrometer
    Determine if an outside micrometer is functioning properly by performing a field check.
  • Field-Checking an Inside Micrometer
    Determine if an inside micrometer is functioning properly by performing a field check.
  • Field-Checking a Depth Micrometer
    Determine if a depth micrometer is functioning properly by performing a field check.
  • Using a Depth Gauge
    Determine whether a specific part feature is within specification, based on a depth gauge measurement.
  • Using a Height Gauge
    Determine whether a specific part feature is within specification, based on a height gauge measurement.
  • Using a Dial Bore Gauge
    Determine whether a specific part feature is within specification, based on a dial bore gauge measurement.
  • Using a Hole Gauge or Telescoping Gauge
    Determine whether a specific part feature is within specification, based on a measurement taken with a hole gauge or telescoping gauge.
  • Field-Checking a Depth Gauge
    Determine if a depth gauge is functioning properly by performing a field check.
  • Field-Checking a Height Gauge
    Determine if a height gauge is functioning properly by performing a field check.
21 Online Courses + 21 Worksheets (15-21 hours)


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