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IND1502 – Basic Print Reading for Welders pdf

Credits: 3 (3/0/0)
Description: In this course students will learn how to read basic engineered drawings for welders and interpret the welding symbols system. The students' knowledge can then be applied to manufacturing, construction and repair industries.
Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None
  1. Define and identify common fractions and decimal fractions.
  2. Perform calculations using common fractions and decimal fractions.
  3. Convert between common fractions and decimal fractions.
  4. Read and perform measurements using a standard rule or tape measure.
  5. Convert between metric and standard measurements.
  6. Explain the importance of information on engineered drawings.
  7. Explain the differences between assembly drawings and detail drawings.
  8. Define and describe parts of engineered drawings.
  9. Identify elements located within the title block of a detail drawing.
  10. Identify the standard lines used on engineered drawings.
  11. Explain the meaning and applications of standard lines on engineered drawings.
  12. Identify common views used on an engineered drawing.
  13. Name the advantages and disadvantages of various projection types.
  14. Explain the concept of visualization.
  15. Identify and describe the basic weld types.
  16. Identify and describe the five basic weld joints.
  17. Identify which side of a structure a weld is to be made from.
  18. State the required dimensions of a weld.
  19. Interpret welding symbols using American Welding Society chart A2.4:2007.
  20. Read and perform measurements using standard fillet weld gauges.
MnTC goal areas: None

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