Measurement, Inspection, and Gaging Level 2 provides advanced lessons in proper interpretation of engineering part drawings used in inspection of parts which have geometric controls applied per ANSI Y14.5M-1994. Participants will learn and practice advanced measurement procedures with measuring devices such as coordinate measurement machines, digital micro-meters, telescoping gages, 1-2-3 blocks, vernier calipers, optical comparators and much more. This course teaches proper techniques in accurate correct data and applying that data to inspect geometric controls. This information is directed toward the statistical process control (SPC) of part production.
This advanced course is recommended for inspection and quality personnel. Job categories may include inspector, manager, quality engineer, designer of mechanical and electrical products, gage designer, mechanical engineer and anyone interested in broadening their knowledge of a practical hands-on approach to the measurement of their own products/parts.
- Inspect all geometric controls applied per ANSI Y14.5M-1994
- Understand and communicate the language of geometric symbology more thoroughly
- Use national and international measurement practices and techniques at a more advanced level
- Optimize inspection equipment and minimize production time by maximizing usage of collected data
- Develop the best procedure for inspecting parts
- Eliminate the use of incorrect measurement procedures/tools, alleviating the rejection of good parts and the acceptance of bad ones
- Understand how to augment equipment with the tooling most appropriate to the product line
- Methods of Comparison
- Review of Geometric Symbology and Measurement Practices
- Principle and Procedures
- Receiver Gaging Uses vs. Variable Data Collection
- Setups for Interrelationship Inspection
- Planning and Reporting