Turners (Machinist)

Turners (Machinist)
Introduction
Turners are in charge of assembling metal segments and gathering them to develop instruments, modern hardware, and machine parts. They concentrate get together details to perform the most effective request of procedures required for particular ventures. These pros additionally measure every vast and little segment to guarantee they will fit together legitimately in the last outline. They recognize potential issues by comprehension machine particulars and drawings before the generation procedure.

General Information
Course Industry:
Turners (Machinist)
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Instructor:
MrAsadAli
Prerequisites:
Middle or Matriculate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses.
Course Fee:
10,000 PKR ($200)

Desire Learning Objective

This course will help you to:

  •   Have an intensive information and comprehension of the hand devices and force
  •   Worked machines utilized for forming of metal into usable parts
  •   Be skilful in the sheltered utilization of these apparatuses keeping in mind the end goal      to deliver machine parts as indicated by particular
  •   Be equipped for perusing and laying out activities from drawings
  •   Skillfully utilize measuring gadgets to duplicate machine parts as indicated        by particulars
  •   Know the attributes of different metals
  •   Understand the impacts of warmth treatment on metals and be skilful in the
  •   Execution of the different warmth treatment forms
  •   Be acquainted with the work in related exchanges, for example, mechanics, millwrights     and welders
  •   Produce work financially and meet the necessities of a focused industry 

 

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:

THEORY

  •          WHMIS
  •          Basic Measuring Tools
  •          Precision Measuring Tools
  •          Angular Measuring Tools
  •          Inspection Gauges
  •          Layout Tools and Procedures
  •          Non-Cutting Hand Tools
  •          Hand-Held Cutting Tools
  •          Screw Thread Terminology
  •          Screw Thread Measuring and
  •          Gauging Fasteners and Locking Devices
  •          Tapers
  •          Machine Lubrication and Cutting Fluids
  •          Hand Grinding Machines
  •          Drilling Machines
  •          Types of Lathes
  •          Speeds, Feeds and Cutting Tools
  •          Lathe Operations
  •          Power Saws and Cut-off
  •          Machines Machine Shop Rigging
  •          Milling Machines
  •          Milling Operations
  •          Advanced Threading
  •          Lathe Attachments and Accessories

METALLURGY AND HEAT TREATMENT

  •          Metallurgy
  •          Oxyacetylene Equipment
  •          Base Metals and Alloys
  •          Metal Specification and Testing

TRADE MATHEMATICS

  •          Manipulation of Whole Numbers, Fractions, and Decimals.
  •          Measurements and Conversions
  •          Formulas and Equations
  •          Reading Tables, Graphs and Nomographs
  •          Ratio and Proportion
  •          Percentage Calculations
  •          Triangles

PRINT READING

  •          Introduction to Print Reading
  •          Dimensioning Methods
  •          Isometric Drawings
  •          Applied Print Reading

SHOPWORK

  •          Measurement
  •          Layout
  •          Hand Tools and Bench work
  •          Threads
  •          Lubrication
  •          Hand Grinding
  •          Drill Presses
  •          Engine Lathes
  •          Power Saws and Cut-off Machines
  •          Metallurgy
  •          Heat Treatment
  •          Oxyacetylene
  •          Rigging