Aerospace masterclass in engineering drawings and blueprints

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How to read aerospace engineering and manufacturing drawings and blueprints

This course we teach you how to interpret drawings commonly found in aerospace manufacturing. It provides information for reading and understanding aerospace engineering drawings and blueprint. Beginning with the title block, drawing notes, grid references and how you look at the different types of lines used on a drawing, and how parts are shown in different views. Dimensioning and Tolerancing are explained, as well as an introduction to Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) surface finish, condition of supply, grain flow and bill of materials.

What you’ll learn

  • How to read and interpret aerospace drawings..
  • How to read and understand the information contained within the drawing and blue print..
  • In depth understanding of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T)..
  • How parts in the drawing are shown in different views..

Course Content

  • Introduction.
  • Drawing Information.
  • Drawing Views and Details.
  • Datum Planes.
  • Dimensions And Symbols.
  • Additional Information.

Aerospace masterclass in engineering drawings and blueprints

Requirements

  • No previous knowledge required.

Description

This course we teach you how to interpret drawings commonly found in aerospace manufacturing. It provides information for reading and understanding aerospace engineering drawings and blueprint. Beginning with the title block, drawing notes, grid references and how you look at the different types of lines used on a drawing, and how parts are shown in different views. Dimensioning and Tolerancing are explained, as well as an introduction to Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) surface finish, condition of supply, grain flow and bill of materials.

This course is intended as an introduction to understanding aerospace engineering drawings and blueprints and being able to visualize and understand the intent of the designer as presented in a engineering drawings and blueprint. The first step in making quality parts is interpreting the drawing correctly and applying the given information and tolerances to the final product.

Completing this course will enhance the participant’s ability to gain employment or increase their chances of advancement in related areas.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone iworking or thinking of a career in the Aerospace Manufacturing industry.
  • Personnel from design, production plan, QA engineers, inspectors, machinists, supplier quality personnel, process design engineers, quality control engineers, executives from teh aerospace sector etc.

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