Basic Assembly Tools and Techniques

Mechanical, electromechanical, electronic, and optical assemblies are used to manufacture products today in many different industry segments. Properly building, installing, and protecting these assemblies at each stage of the manufacturing process can help to improve product quality and reliability, increase productivity, and significantly reduce internal or external failure costs.

Our On-Site Seminar, Basic Assembly Tools and Techniques, provides participants with in-depth information on how to:


Properly Select, Use, and Care for Assembly
Equipment
Reliably Perform Assembly Operations using
Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic, or Optical
Components
Prevent Physical Damage or Contamination
During Assembly Operations
inimize the Potential for Equipment Failures
due to Electrostatic Discharge
Properly Identify, Use, and Install Common
Types of Assembly Hardware and Fasteners
Understand and Perform Assembly
Operations with Specific Torque
Requirements
Interpret and Follow Assembly Related
Procedures and Work Instructions

The Seminar is designed for presentation to a mixed audience of Engineering, Manufacturing, and Quality Department personnel. The program can be customized to meet the specific needs of:


Engineering, Manufacturing, or Quality
Managers
Production Supervisors, Setup Personnel,
Machine Operators, or Assemblers
Quality Engineers, Gage Designers, or
Inspectors
Design, Manufacturing or Production
Engineers
Part Programmers or Fixture Designers

Basic Assembly Tools and Techniques consists of seven instructional units and requires approximately eight hours for presentation. The program can also be completely customized and expanded to include images and illustrations of your products, internal procedures and work instructions, and other types of information and materials of specific interest to your operations.

Participants receive a Learner handbook, a Learner Workbook, and additional materials. Various presentation schedules are available to meet your specific requirements.

Please contact us to learn more about how to improve the quality and productivity of assembly operations with reduced costs at your company.

To download the data sheet for this program, please click here. (PDF 44 KB)

Seminar Outline:

Unit 1 - Basic Wiring Standards
Wire Routing and Bundling
Abrasion Protection
Strain Relief
Electromechanical Assembly Standards
Barrier Strips
Connectors
Panel Components
Insulated Terminals
Grounding

Unit 2 - Electrostatic Discharge Control
Static Electricity
Electrostatic Charge
Conductors and Insulators
Electrostatic Voltages Created by
Common Activities
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Effects of ESD
Catastrophic Failures
Latent Defects
ESD Control Tools and Techniques
Wrist Straps
Foot Grounders
Treated Floors
Floor Mats
ESD Protective Workstations
Additional ESD Control Devices
ESD Protective Packaging

Unit 3 - Hardware and Fasteners
Types of Hardware and Fasteners
Screws and Bolts
Threaded Fastener Specifications
Nuts
Washers
Pins
Assembly Hardware
Selection for Assembly
Coatings
Cleaning and Rust Prevention

Unit 4 - Force and Torque
Terms and Definitions
Force
Tension
Compression
Pound-Force
Ounce-Force
Newton
Torque
Units of Torque
U.S. Customary Units
SI Units
Torque Measuring Devices
Torque Wrenches
Torque Screwdrivers
Micro Torque Measurement Tools
(Torque Watches)
Torque Limiting Devices
Manual Devices
Driven Devices
Setting Torque Limiting Devices
Manual Screwdrivers
Manual Wrenches
Driven Devices

Joint Hardness

Unit 5 - Mechanical Work Standards
Cleanliness
Workstations
Surface Plates
Subassemblies
Scratch Prevention
Fingerprints
Rust Prevention
Procedures and Work Instructions
Procedures
Work Instructions
Assembly Drawings
Fastener Work Standards
General Hardware Rules
Screws and Bolts
Nuts
Thread Projections
Engagement
Countersinks
Tightness of Installation
Interference with Adjacent Structures
Securing
Use of Locking Devices
Specifications
Final Appearance
Protective Films
Mechanical Alignment
Scratches

Dust and Dirt
Fingerprints

Unit 6 - Housekeeping
Work Areas
Care of the Equipment
Cleanliness
Liquids and Spills
Safety

Unit 7 - Optical Components
Lenses and Optical Components
Handling
Cleaning
Dust and Dirt
Other Contaminants
General Cleaning Techniques
Optical Component Cleaning Cautions
Verification of Cleanliness
Use of Gloves
Optical Component Assembly
Tools and Techniques
Verification of Assembly

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