This collection includes 8 of our training courses all within one book. You can easily use the bookmarks to navigate between each training course. This collection includes:
- Carpentry Manual
- Metal Properties Characteristics Use and Codes
- Milling Machine
- Precision Measuring and Gaging
- Principles of Drafting and Shop Drawings
- Shop Safety
Full illustrations and diagrams included.
This manual is intended for use as a training guide and reference text for engineers responsible for planning and executing construction. It provides techniques and procedures for frame construction, preparation and use of bills of materials, building layout, forming for concrete slabs and foundations, framing and finish carpentry, roof framing and coverings, bridge and wharf construction, and the materials used.
The purpose of this course is to introduce the use of the bandsaw machine and to describe the methods used in maintaining and troubleshooting this machine for possible problems or malfunctions.
The purpose of this course is to introduce the uses of the lathe, to include safety; the uses, repair and adjustment of lathe attachments; and the various thread forms, uses, calculations and machining techniques.
Metal Properties Characteristics Uses and Codes
The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the properties of metals, their characteristics, uses and identification codes. The course provides descriptions of the processes for identifying the physical and mechanical properties, categories of various metals, and the processes for using the hardness tester, chemical analysis, bench grinder, simple shop tests, the numerical index system, and the color code for identifying various metals.
The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the setup, operations and adjustments of the milling machine, which includes a discussion of the types of cutters used to perform various types of milling operations.
Precision Measuring and Gaging
The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the different types of fits, tolerances, and allowances; and the proper use and care of precision measuring tools used in the machinist trade.
Principles of Drafting and Shop Drawings
This course is designed to introduce the student to the principles of drafting and shop drawings. It describes the primary types of mechanical drawings used for shop drawings. It endeavors to teach the students how to read shop drawings through visual identification of lines, symbols and more.
The purpose of this course is to provide repair shop supervisors with basic information concerning general shop safety procedures. This knowledge should assist the shop supervisor in implementing a successful shop safety program. This course will present methods of preventing accidents and procedures for training personnel to perform safely.