Form Measurement

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Everyone studies unit 2319-201 (Fundamental principals of dimensional metrology) as the first part of the course. For the second part of the course you have the choice of 7 supplementary units including Surface Texture Measurement, Roundness Measurement and Contour Measurement:

Surface Texture Measurement
000TRC-648 - Unit 205

The course is accredited by City and Guilds. This unit can form part of the Level 2 Award in Dimensional Metrology or can be accredited as a stand-alone unit. 

No prior experience of Surftest Machines is assumed.

Trainees are expected to be computer literate, conversant with the use of conventional measuring techniques and equipment, and to be able to read engineering drawings.  

The course is comprised of the following elements…

  • Basic understanding of machine
  • Calibration of stylus
  • Screen breakdowns
  • Measurement of test piece / components
  • Some principles of surface finish
  • Reporting functions of software
  • Part programming and data storage
  • Applications with customer’s components
  • Unit assessment

Roundness Measurement 
000TRC-649 - Unit 206

This unit can form part of the Level 2 Award in Dimensional Metrology or can be accredited as a stand-alone unit. 

No prior experience of Roundtest equipment is assumed.

Trainees are expected to be computer literate, conversant with the use of conventional measuring techniques and equipment, and to be able to read engineering drawings. 

The course is comprised of the following elements…

Day One

  • Introduction to machine
  • Checking and changing styli
  • Levelling table
  • Calibration of styli
  • Checking detector accuracy using a glass reference hemisphere
  • Manual or automatic centring and levelling
  • Manual measurement
  • Understanding of screen and printer outputs

Day Two

  • Review of first day
  • Part programming
  • Adding and checking of different parameters
  • Deleting data
  • Partial rotations
  • Unit assessment

 

Contour Measurement 
000TRC-650 - Unit 207

The course is accredited by City and Guilds. This unit can form part of the Level 2 Award in Dimensional Metrology or can be accredited as a stand-alone unit. 

No prior experience of Contracer equipment is assumed.

Trainees are expected to be computer literate, conversant with the use of conventional measuring techniques and equipment, and to be able to read engineering drawings. 

The course is comprised of the following elements…

Day One

  • Introduction to machine
  • Checking and changing styli
  • Calibration of Stylus and Scales
  • Tracing and storing scan data
  • Investigating data and producing Drawings
  • Tolerancing measured data

Day Two

  • Review of first day
  • Comparing Nominal to Actual scan data
  • Printing options
  • Programming : Comparison and Drawing versions
  • Connecting scans (for long or difficult products)
  • Unit assessment
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*Course length subject to variation depending on which route is taken