Fabricator (Structural Metal)

Fabricator (Structural Metal)
Introduction
Metal fabricators transform outlines into extensions, boats, boilers and braces. Working with welders, they transform crude steel into parts for the assembling and transportation commercial ventures, and in addition significant foundation ventures. All that they do is worked to keep going for eras, so they can take pride in making an enduring commitment consistently they're at work.

General Information
Course Industry:
Fabricator (Structural Metal)
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Instructor:
Mr. Asad Ali
Prerequisites:
Middle or Matriculate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses.
Course Fee:
20,000 PKR ($400)

Desire Learning Objective

This course will help you to:

  •             Creates and amasses auxiliary metal items, for example, system or shells for                           hardware, broilers, tanks, stacks, and metal parts for structures and extensions as              per employment request, verbal guidelines, and outlines: Develops format and                        plans arrangement of operations, applying learning of trigonometry, stock                              recompenses for thickness, machine and welding shrinkage, and physical                                 properties of metal.
  •              Locates and checks twisting and cutting lines onto work piece.
  •              Sets up and works manufacturing machines, for example, brakes, moves, shears,                   fire cutters, and drill presses.
  •              Designs and develops layouts and apparatuses.
  •              Verifies conformance of work piece to details, utilizing square, ruler, and                                   measuring tape.
  •              May manufacture and collect sheet metal items.
  •              May set up and work machine devices connected with manufacturing shops, for                  example, outspread drill press, end factory, and edge planer. 

 

Instructional Techniques

We impart knowledge and Practical Training in following way:

Ethics, discipline, motivation, health and safety training: Half an hour daily             (10%) 

Theoretical knowledge:                                                                    One (01) hour daily              (25%)

Hands on Training:                                                                                Six (06) hour daily                (65%)

 

COURSE CONTENTS:             

Safety Fundamentals

  •           Principles of the Occupational Safety & Health
  •           Safe Work Practices
  •           Job Hazard Analysis
  •           Hazard Controls

AutoCAsD

  •           Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) software Intro
  •           Computer Aided Drafting principles

Communications

  •          communication skills
  •          applying skills
  •          basic writing skills.
  •          Develop written work (industry related)

Trade Mathematics

  •           mathematics basic skills
  •           solving equations & formulas
  •           Fractions, decimals, metric measurements & problem solving.
  •           Geometric shapes area, circumference, volume, & weights.
  •           Utilizing tables of roots, trig functions, and orientation to solve problems.

Blueprint Reading

  •           Basic blueprint reading.
  •           Identify blueprint lines, dimensioning systems, drawings and welding symbols
  •           sketching basic techniques practice
  •           structural drawings & specifications interpretation
  •           Structural, pressure vessel & piping drawings.

Layout and Fabrication

  •           templates Intro
  •           making fabrication templates
  •           transfer patterns to plate
  •           shop equipment operations (Basic & advanced)
  •           Pressure vessel and structural steel fabrication

Rigging & Material Handling

  •           Intro to Basic Rigging & Material Handling
  •           Advanced rigging techniques & tools
  •           safe utilization of overhead crane & rigging hardware.
  •           safe work practices

Marine Applications

  •           marine application intro
  •           Marine terminology, fitting & fabricating techniques
  •           Production standards and accuracy.

Semi-Auto Wire (4-Pos Fillet)

  •           GMAW & FCAW processes
  •           vertical & overhead positions Intro

Metallurgical Principles and Heat Distortion

  •           Properties of metals Intro
  •           Effects of temperature on metals.
  •           controlling heat distortion
  •           Principles of a workshop setting.

WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information Systems)

  •           WHMIS Intro
  •           Data Sheets for Material safety
  •           UNFPA Diamonds
  •           Products Labels

Oxy-Fuel Processes

  •           Introduction oxy-acetylene process
  •           Set-up, assembly, disassembly of oxy-acetylene
  •           oxy-acetylene cutting operation & welding equipment
  •           Oxy-acetylene cutting and welding process
  •           Cylinders Storage, handling, identification & transportation.

Shielded Metal Arc Welding

  •           Shielded metal arc welding (Smaw)
  •           Identification of Smaw equipment, consumables, codes and standards
  •           fillet and full penetration groove welds
  •           open root welding in the flat position