Torque Training for Electronics Assembly

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What You Should Already Know:
There are no prerequisites for this course

Course Description:
The basic primer course is for anyone who uses power or manual tools to tighten fasteners or apply nuts and bolts to electronic assemblies. The course begins with torque theory and common measurements used on an electronics assembly line. 
Also covered is proper usage and calibration of manual and power tools, including Click, Break-Over, Dial, Cam-Over, and Digital transducers. Adjustable and fixed setting tools are reviewed as well. 

You will also learn detail tolerances, running or prevailing torque, pattern torque, thread sealants, calibration, and safety. Highlighted in the course are improper techniques and practices that can create failures / unreliable products. Finally, you will be taken through a typical system assembly or box-build which will show the proper techniques used. 

Anyone who works in electronics assembly and uses power tools or manual tools should understand these concepts in order to avoid product malfunctions

Learning Outcomes:

  •  Demonstrate proper handling of power tools and manual tools in electronic assemblies
  •  Understand torque theory and common measurements used in electronic assemblies
  •  Avoid improper techniques when handling power or manual tools
  •  Demonstrate proper calibration of manual and power tools

Course Time: 27 Minutes.  Winner of Aurora Gold Award.

Testing & Certificate:
A Certificate of Completion will be issued to the student upon completion of the testing requirement of the course. A passing grade of 70% is needed to receive the certificate. The student will be allowed to take the test three times. If a passing grade is not achieved after the third test the course will be closed and the student will have to repurchase the course.

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