Penn State DuBois
SPRING 2022: Training and Workshops
Basic Blueprint Reading Acquire a conceptual and practical understanding of manufacturing blueprint reading. Application of the concepts to various measuring techniques will be covered.
March 21 & 23; 3:30 - 6:30pm. Cost $300.00
This course is designed to give students a better understanding of how to interpret blueprints and what is required to meet these specifications. It will cover items such as: international drawing methods, section views for specific details, basic blueprint review, review of tolerance limits, powdered metal materials callouts & surface finish. In addition, this course will review basic statistics for capability requirements. March 28 & 30. 3:30pm - 6:30pm. Cost $200.00
Designed for: Incumbent Powder Metal Employees. Students must be sponsored by a company*
Duration: 6 months, 74.5 course hours
Upcoming: Please call (814) 375-4715 to register.
Penn State DuBois, in partnership with several of the region’s leading powder metal companies, has developed a 74.5-hour course for existing employees who have shown loyalty and aptitude to the skills needed to become valued die setters for their organization.
A unique combination of high-level classroom and hands-on training, the classes all take place in St. Marys and DuBois over a six-month period.
Utilizing some of the region’s best engineering instructors and veteran die setters, students gain both the knowledge and the skills to tackle all types of press set-ups from straight-wall, flange and spherical to multi-action set-ups like dual top and dual bottom processes. Hands-on classes are taught using Gasbarre presses.
For More Information Call (814) 375-4715
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