These courses provide participants with the skill set needed to successfully operate both manual and CNC mills and lathes.
This process provides participants with a systematic method for the elimination of waste within a manufacturing system without sacrificing productivity.
Lean also takes into account waste created through overburden, time, and procedural inefficiencies. All courses are customized.
Introduction to AutoCAD
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Lesson 1: Becoming Familiar with AutoCAD
- AutoCAD Icons and Workspace Layout
- Drawing Terms and Definitions
- Navigating the Drawing Space
- Zooming and Panning
- Manipulating Layers
- Making and Saving New Drawings
- Opening and Modifying Existing Drawings
Lesson 2: Drawing Objects with AutoCAD
- Polygons and Polylines
- Snap Points
- Entering Text
Lesson 3: Modifying Objects with AutoCAD