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Summary of Industries ServedFoundationalManufacturing Trainingfor Everyone.Manufacturing is a broad industry—and we have anextensive training catalog to match it. With more than400 unique titles, we provide training for practicallyevery role. Every class is tailored specifically to amanufacturing audience and is reviewed by industryexperts to ensure that our training meets yourorganizational needs.This catalog presents Toolingu.com training organizedinto general industry niches. However, our training iseasily arranged into individually tailored curricula thattarget the learners’ specific needs. Contact a Toolingu.comrepresentative to learn how we can help you develop astructured, blended-learning program for yourorganization.TOPICHIGHLIGHTSInspectionlinear measurement, GD&T, calibration, CMMs, optical comparators, hole & thread inspectionMaterialssteel grades, heat treatment, plastic typesQualitylean, SPC, TPM, 5S, value stream mapping, kaizen teams, troubleshootingRigginglifting equipment, safety and inspection, load calculationsSafetyOSHA guidelines, PPE, lockout/tagout, MSDS, machine guarding, hand/power tool safetyShop Essentialsshop math, tolerances, print reading, geometry and trigSupervisory Essentialscommunication, performance management, conflict resolution, coating ng equipment, joint preparationFastenersthread specifications, fastener selection, proper torquingSolderingPCB soldering, lead-free solderingMachiningTOPICHIGHLIGHTSAbrasivessurface grinding, centerless grinding, cylindrical grinding, wheel grades, dressing and truingCNCG code programming, offsets, toolpath calculations, canned cyclesCNC Controls: GE Fanucoffset changes, program execution, proving out new setupsCNC Controls: Haasoffset changes, program execution, proving out new setupsCNC Controls: Mazakoffset changes, program execution, proving out new setupsManual Machiningbenchwork and layout, mill/lathe operation, holemaking, threading on an engine latheMetal Cuttingspeeds and feeds, tool grades, cutter geometry, optimizing tool lifeWorkholdinglocating principles, fixture designMaintenanceTOPICHIGHLIGHTSElectrical SystemsOhm’s Law, circuit calculations, electrical print reading, use of the NECHydraulics/Pneumaticspower sources, control valves, actuators, fluid maintenance, system designMechanical Systemspower variables, lubrication, gear applications, bearings, belt drives, clutches and brakesMotor Controlsladder/line diagrams, control devices, motor theoryPLCsladder logic, inputs/outputs, hardware and installationsRoboticscomponent maintenance, sensors, end effectors, installation, and troubleshootingWelding and FabricationTOPICHIGHLIGHTSPress Brakebend types, press brake controlsStampingdie components, coil handling, die settingWeldingstick welding (SMAW), MIG (GMAW), TIG (GTAW), flux core (FCAW)2
Class CatalogfoundationalSAFETYINSPECTIONSAFETY DEPARTMENTINSPECTION DEPARTMENTBasic Measurement 110Linear Instrument Characteristics 115Basics of the CMM 120Basics of the Optical Comparator 130Surface Measurement 140Overview of Threads 150Intro to GD&T 200Calibration Fundamentals 210Inspecting with CMMs 220Inspecting with Optical Comparators 230Hole Inspection 240Thread Inspection 250Hardness Testing 260Measuring System Analysis 300Interpreting GD&T 310MATERIALSIntro to OSHA 100Fire Safety and Prevention 110Bloodborne Pathogens 115Personal Protective Equipment 120Lockout/Tagout Procedures 130Safety for Lifting Devices 135Machine Guarding 140Hand and Power Tool Safety 145Environmental Safety Hazards 150Flammable/Combustible Liquids 155MSDS and Hazard Communication 160Metalworking Fluid Safety 165Noise Reduction and Hearing Conservation 170Walking and Working Surfaces 180Confined Spaces 190Respiratory Safety 195Powered Industrial Truck Safety 210SHOPESSENTIALSMATERIALS DEPARTMENTIntro to Materials 100Structure of Metals 110Overview of Plastic Materials 115Mechanical Properties of Metals 120Physical Properties of Metals 130Overview of Properties for Plastics 135Metal Manufacturing 140Overview of Plastic Processes 145Metal Classification 150Ferrous Metals and Alloys 210Nonferrous Metals and Alloys 220Heat Treatment of Steel 230Plastics 240Ceramics 250Principles of Injection Molding 255Principles of Thermoforming 265QUALITYSHOP ESSENTIALS DEPARTMENTMath: Fundamentals 100Math: Fractions and Decimals 105Math: Units of Measurement 115Basics of Tolerance 120Blueprint Reading 130Geometry: Lines and Angles 155Geometry: Triangles 165Shop Geometry Overview 170Geometry: Circles and Polygons 185Shop Algebra Overview 200Trig: Pythagorean Theorem 205Shop Trig Overview 210Trig: Sine, Cosine, and Tangent 215Statistics 220Trig: Sine Bar Applications 225Interpreting Blueprints 230Concepts of Calculus 310SUPERVISORYESSENTIALSQUALITY DEPARTMENTQuality Overview 100ISO 9000 Overview 110Approaches to Maintenance 120Lean Manufacturing Overview 130Intro to Supply Chain Management 140Total Productive Maintenance Overview 1505S Overview 155Cell Design and Pull Systems 160Intro to Six Sigma 170Troubleshooting: Identifying Problems 180Troubleshooting: Understanding Causes andEffects 182Troubleshooting: Taking Corrective Actions 184Conducting an Internal Audit 200SPC Overview 210TS 16949:2002 Overview 220Metrics for Lean 230Process Flow Charting 240Strategies for Setup Reduction 250Approaches to Quality Management 255Conducting Kaizen Events 260Value Stream Mapping: The Present State 300Value Stream Mapping: The Future State 305Six Sigma Goals and Tools 310Managing Practices for Total Quality 320SUPERVISORY ESSENTIALSEssentials of Leadership 110Essentials of Communication 120Managing Performance: Best Practices 130Managing Performance: Corrective Actions 135Basics of Manufacturing Costs 140Intro to Managerial Accounting 145Conflict Resolution Principles 150Conflict Resolution for Different Groups 155Team Leadership 160Managing the Diverse Workplace 210Harassment and Discrimination 215Performance Management and the Law 230RIGGINGRIGGINGIntro to Machine Rigging 110Rigging Equipment 120Lifting and Moving Equipment 130Rigging Inspection and Safety 210Rigging Mechanics 220F E AT U R E K E YContains LabContains SimulatorAvailable in SpanishAvailable in Simplified ChineseComing Soontooli n gu . c om4
assemblyCNCCONTROLSADHESIVESADHESIVES DEPARTMENTIntro to Adhesive Bonding 110Basics of the Bonding Process 120Intro to Adhesive Properties 130CNC CONTROLS: GE FANUC DEPARTMENTTypes of Adhesives 140Surface Preparation 210Steps for Adhesive Application 220FASTNERSGE Fanuc Mill: Control Panel Overview 250GE Fanuc Lathe: Control Panel Overview 255GE Fanuc Mill: Entering Offsets 260GE Fanuc Lathe: Entering Offsets 265GE Fanuc Mill: Locating Program Zero 270GE Fanuc Lathe: Locating Program Zero 275GE Fanuc Mill: Program Execution 280GE Fanuc Lathe: Program Execution 285GE Fanuc Mill: Program Storage 310GE Fanuc Lathe: Program Storage 315GE Fanuc Mill: First Part Runs 320GE Fanuc Lathe: First Part Runs 325CNCCONTROLSFASTENERS DEPARTMENTIntro to Assembly 100Safety for Assembly 105Intro to Fastener Threads 110Overview of Threaded Fasteners 117Tools for Threaded Fasteners 120Overview of Non-Threaded Fasteners 125Intro to Fastener Ergonomics 130Properties for Fasteners 200Understanding Torque 210Threaded Fastener Selection 215SOLDERINGHaas Mill: Control Panel Overview 250Haas Lathe: Control Panel Overview 255Haas Mill: Entering Offsets 260Haas Lathe: Entering Offsets 265Haas Mill: Locating Program Zero 270Haas Lathe: Locating Program Zero 275Haas Mill: Program Execution 280Haas Lathe: Program Execution 285Haas Mill: Program Storage 310Haas Lathe: Program Storage 315Haas Mill: First Part Runs 320Haas Lathe: First Part Runs 325MAZAKTMSERIESSOLDERING DEPARTMENTWhat Is Soldering? 110Safety for Soldering 115Soldering Equipment 130Soldering Applications 200CNC CONTROLS: HAAS DEPARTMENTSolder and Flux Selection 210Soldering PCBs 220Lead-Free Soldering 230CNC CONTROLS: MAZAKTM DEPARTMENTMazak Mill: Control Panel Overview 250Mazak Lathe: Control Panel Overview 255Mazak Mill: Safety for the Mill 260Mazak Lathe: Safety for the Lathe 265Mazak Mill: Locating Program Zero 270Mazak Lathe: Locating Program Zero 275Mazak Mill: Entering Offsets 280machiningABRASIVESMazak Lathe: Entering Offsets 285Mazak Mill: Program Execution 290Mazak Lathe: Program Execution 295Mazak Mill: Program Storage 310Mazak Lathe: Program Storage 315Mazak Mill: First Part Runs 320Mazak Lathe: First Part Runs 325MANUALMACHININGABRASIVES DEPARTMENTIntro to Abrasives 100What Is Grinding? 110Grinding Processes 120Grinding Variables 200Grinding Wheel Materials 210Grinding Wheel Geometry 220Dressing and Truing 230Surface Grinder Operation 240Cylindrical Grinder Operation 250Centerless Grinder Operation 260Setup for Centerless Grinders 320MANUAL MACHINING DEPARTMENTBasics of the Manual Mill 110Basics of the Engine Lathe 115Overview of Manual Mill Setup 200Overview of Engine Lathe Setup 205Benchwork and Layout Operations 210Manual Mill Operation 220Engine Lathe Operation 225Holemaking on the Mill 230Threading on the Engine Lathe 235CNCCNC DEPARTMENTHistory and Definition of CNC 100Mechanics of CNC 110Basics of the CNC Turning Center 120Basics of the CNC Machining Center 130Basics of the CNC Swiss-Type Lathe 135CNC Coordinates 140Part Program 150CAD/CAM Overview 160CNC Manual Operations 200CNC Offsets 210CNC Specs for the Mill 220CNC Specs for the Lathe 225Creating a Turning Program 280Turning Calculations 285Creating a Milling Program 290Milling Calculations 295Canned Cycles 310tooli n gu . c omF E AT U R E K E YContains LabContains SimulatorAvailable in SpanishAvailable in Simplified ChineseComing Soon6
METALCUTTINGMECHANICALSYSTEMSMECHANICAL SYSTEMS DEPARTMENTMETAL CUTTING DEPARTMENTMetal Removal Processes 110Safety for Metal Cutting 115What Is Cutting? 120Machines for Metal Cutting 130Cutting Processes 140Sawing Fundamentals 155Intro to Screw Machining 160Cutting Variables 200Cutting Fluids 210Band Saw Blade Selection 215Cutting Tool Materials 220Intro to Mechanical Systems 100Safety for Mechanical Work 105Forces of Machines 110Power Transmission Components 120Lubricant Fundamentals 130Mechanical Power Variables 200Carbide Grade Selection 230Tool Geometry 240Milling Geometry 245Drill Geometry 247ANSI Insert Selection 250Toolholders for Turning 260Speed and Feed Selection 300Optimizing Insert Life 305High-Speed Machining 310Hard Turning 315Bearing Applications 210Spring Applications 220Belt Drive Applications 230Gear Geometry 240Gear Applications 245Clutch and Brake Applications 250MOTORCONTROLMOTOR CONTROLS DEPARTMENTWORKHOLDINGIntro to Electric Motors 200Symbols and Diagrams for Motors 210Logic and Line Diagrams 220DC Motor Applications 230Solenoids 235AC Motor Applications 240Contactors and Motor Starters 250Control Devices 260Reversing Motor Circuits 310Distribution Systems 320WORKHOLDING DEPARTMENTIntro to Workholding 104Supporting and Locating Principles 106Locating Devices 107Clamping Basics 108Chucks, Collets, and Vises 110Fixture Body Construction 200Fixture Design Basics 210Drill Bushing Selection 230PLCsmaintenanceELECTRICALSYSTEMSPLCs DEPARTMENTIntro to PLCs 200Hardware for PLCs 210Basics of Ladder Logic 220Numbering Systems and Codes 230PLC Inputs and Outputs 240Basic Programming 250PLC Timers and Counters 260Networking for PLCs 270Hand-Held Programmers of PLCs 280ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS DEPARTMENTElectrical Units 110Safety for Electrical Work 115Intro to Circuits 120Intro to Magnetism 130DC Circuit Components 140NEC Overview 150Series Circuit Calculations 200Parallel Circuit Calculations 205Specs for Servomotors 330Timers and Counters 340Electronic Semiconductor Devices 350Photonic Semiconductor Devices 355Limit Switches and Proximity Sensors 360Photoelectric and Ultrasonic Devices 365Reduced Voltage Starting 370Solid-State Relays and Starters 375Deceleration Methods 380Acceleration Methods 385AC Fundamentals 210Electrical Instruments 220Electrical Print Reading 225DC Power Sources 230AC Power Sources 235Conductor Selection 240Battery Selection 250PLC Diagrams and Programs 300Overview of PLC Registers 305PLC Program Control Instructions 310Math for PLCs 320Sequencer Instructions for PLCs 330PLC Installation Practices 340PID for PLCs 350Data Manipulation 360Shift Registers 370ROBOTICSHYDRAULICS/PNEUMATICSROBOTICSHYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS DEPARTMENTIntro to Fluid Systems 100Safety for Hydraulics and Pneumatics 105The Forces of Fluid Power 110Intro to Hydraulic Components 120Intro to Pneumatic Components 125Intro to Fluid Conductors 130Fittings for Fluid Systems 135Preventive Maintenance for Fluid Systems 140Hydraulic Power Variables 200Pneumatic Power Variables 205Hydraulic Power Sources 210Pneumatic Power Sources 215Fluid System Print Reading 220Hydraulic Control Valves 230Pneumatic Control Valves 235Actuator Applications 240Basic Hydraulic System Design 310Basic Pneumatic Circuit Design 315Hydraulic Fluid Selection 320Contamination and Filter Selection 330Hydraulic Principles and System Design 340Intro to Robotics 110Robot Safety 115Robot Components 120End Effectors 125Applications for Robots 130Robot Axes 140Robot Sensors 150Robot Troubleshooting 160Robot Maintenance 170Concepts of Robot Programming 210Robotic Drives, Hardware, and Components 220Robot Installations 230Robotic Control Systems 240Vision Systems 250Industrial Network Integration 260F E AT U R E K E YContains LabContains SimulatorAvailable in SpanishAvailable in Simplified ChineseComing Soontooli n gu . c om8
welding and fabricationPRESS BRAKEPRESS BRAKE DEPARTMENTPress Brake Safety 100Press Brake Components 110Bending Fundamentals 120Die Bending Operations 130Operating the Press Brake 200Press Brake Specifications 220STAMPINGSTAMPING DEPARTMENTPress Basics 110Stamping Safety 115Punch and Die Operations 120Die Components 130Coil Handling Equipment 140Die Cutting Variables 200Monitoring Press Operations 220Guiding System Components 230Stripper System Components 235Coil Loading Procedures 250Die Setting Procedures 300Online Training Is MoreThan a Class List.WELDINGWELDING DEPARTMENTWhat Is Oxyfuel Welding? 100Oxyfuel Welding Safety 105What Is Arc Welding? 110Arc Welding Safety 115Arc Welding Processes 120Overview of Weld Types 130Electrical Power for Arc Welding 140Intro to SAW 160Ferrous Metals for Welding 200Nonferrous Metals for Welding 205Oxyfuel Welding Applications 207SMAW Applications 210GMAW Applications 220FCAW Applications 230GTAW Applications 240Arc Welding Symbols and Codes 250SAW Applications 255Arc Welding Power Sources 260Plasma Cutting 265Electrode Selection 270Visual Inspection of Welds 280Arc Welding Aluminum Alloys 310Coming SoonTOPICHIGHLIGHTSCoatingscuring process, manual application, VOCs, and technologies such as power coatingand UV-curingCompositesmanual layup, manual sprayup, vacuum bagging, mold prepMachining Exotic Alloystypes of exotic metals, machining titanium, machining superalloys such as Inconel,Hastelloy, etc.F E AT U R E K E YContains LabContains SimulatorAvailable in SpanishAvailable in Simplified ChineseComing Soontooli n gu . c omTraining requires more than content. You need trainingthat is organized into logical, focused competencies thatteach your people exactly what they need to do their jobs.All Toolingu.com training is organized into job-specificcompetencies that contain the exact training required forcommon industry jobs. These competencies help you structure a training program that defines learning goals, tieslearning to hands-on tasks, and helps you develop peoplewithin your organization. Even better—you can customizeevery competency with unique online class lists and handson tasks to fit your specific organizational needs.Contact a Toolingu.com representative and learn howwe can help you transform your manufacturing training.
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CNC History and Definition of cNc 100 Mechanics of cNc 110 Basics of the cNc turning center 120 Basics of the cNc Machining center 130 Basics of the cNc swiss-type lathe 135 cNc coordinates 140 Part Program 150 caD/caM overview 160 cNc Manual operations 200 cNc
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Collectively make tawbah to Allāh S so that you may acquire falāḥ [of this world and the Hereafter]. (24:31) The one who repents also becomes the beloved of Allāh S, Âَْ Èِﺑاﻮَّﺘﻟاَّﺐُّ ßُِ çﻪَّٰﻠﻟانَّاِ Verily, Allāh S loves those who are most repenting. (2:22
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