The trade association for suppliers to the food processing and packaging industry.
Blueprints are the primary means of communicating the requirements of a product to all those involved in manufacturing or building the product. Understanding how to read and interpret a blueprint is a universal skill that is used in almost every industry and is critical for manufacturers in the food and beverage industry.
Courses in this Learning Path include:
|ENGINEERING DRAWINGS SKILLS COURSES||ESTIMATED TIME|
|BLUEPRINT READING FUNDAMENTALS|
|DWG-1001 Introduction to Blueprints||1.7|
|DWG-1002 Engineering Drawing Terminology||1.5|
|DWG-1003 Engineering Drawing Views||1.6|
|DWG-1004 Engineering Drawing Lines||1.3|
|DWG-1005 Dimensions and Tolerances||2.1|
|ADVANCED BLUEPRINT READING|
|DWG-2001 Geometric Dimensions and Tolerances||1.4|
|DWG-2002 Assemblies and Fits||1.0|
|DWG-2003 Threads and Fasteners||1.3|
|TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS, BLUEPRINT READING||12.0|