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Critical Thinking: Analyzing a Process
By Chris Jossart
In this interactive object, learners follow six steps for analyzing a process in a manufacturing setting. This activity includes a drag-and-drop exercise and textboxes where learners post their ideas.
Lathe Project: Spindle Lock Knob
By Kelly Curran
In this learning activity you'll review angles and different types of angular measuring tools associated with manufacturing.
Project Sheet: Operation of Controls on a Radial Drill
Basic Symbols Used in Engineering Drawings
By Kelly Curran, Glenn Sokolowski
Learners examine the drawing symbols used for counterbore, countersink, spotface, radius, diameter, and depth. In the quiz that completes the activity, they associate these symbols with machining applications.
Calculating Cutting Speeds for Twist Drills
By Dave Hoffman
Students view the formula for determining twist drill speeds in metal. Exercises complete the activity.
Calculating Feed Speeds for Twist Drills
Students read how to calculate feed rates for drills in inches per minute (IPM). The IPM formula is given and students work two practice problems.
Hydraulic Color Code Drill
By John Rosz, Terry Bartelt
This interactive learning object is designed to help learners memorize the color code used on some hydraulic schematic diagrams. Learners quiz themselves using electronic flashcards.
Review - Radial Drill Press Parts Identification
This interaction tests the student's knowledge of parts on a radial drill press.
Cutting Speeds and RPM Calculations for Drill Press Operations
You'll practice calculating and selecting the proper cutting speeds for various drill press operations.
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