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PPE

Personal Protective equipment: face/eye protection, Hearing protection, Dust mask, NO gloves

2

lockout/tagout

(LOTO) practices and procedures safeguard workers from hazardous energy releases.

3

C.L.I.M.B.

Choose the right ladder, Look for damage, Implement safety routine, Move carefully, Become an expert.

4

Definition of an confined space

1. Large enough to be entered
2. Limited entry and exit
3. area is not designed for contentious occupancy

5

Propper lifting safety

Stretch and inspect object, wide stance facing forward, fold object to your power zone, lift object with your legs.

6

Why is shop safety important

Accidents are caused by carelessness or not observing safety rules,

7

Class A fire

Ordinary combustibles (wood, paper)
-pressurized water, soda acid, Foam

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Class B fire

Flammable liquids (oil, gas)
-Carbon Dioxide, Foam

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Class C Fire

Electrical Equipment (motors, switches)
-Carbon dioxide

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Class D fire

Combustable metals (magnesium, lithium)
-Smothering blanket

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ANSI

American National standard Institute

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OSHA

Occupational Safety and Health Administration

13

Bilateral tolerance

plus and minus tolerance

14

Dimensioning units

Fractional
Decimal
Metric
Dual

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GD&T

Geometric Dimensioning and tolerence

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Couter Bore

l__l

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Depth

T
V

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Counter Sink

V

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Unilateral Tolerence

Tolerance only allowed in one direction, plus or minus

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Tolerance

dimensional accuracy, the amount of acceptable variance in the dimension of a part.

21

3 Perspectives

Top face, front face, right face

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Determining Surface Finishes

-Measured in micro-inches or micrometers (microns)
-For critical finishes, use profilometer

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Exploded Pictorial Drawing

A drawing that shows the components of an object slightly separated by distance to represent there relation

24

Subassembly Drawing

show how to assemble components of the overall project.

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Assembly Drawing

defines the configuration and contents of the assembly that is used to represent items more than one component.

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Detail Drawing

at relatively large scale, of a part of a building, machine, etc., with dimensions or other information for use in construction.

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Information Included on Drawings

-Materials
-Surface finishes
-Tolerances
-Quantity of units
-Drawing scale
-Assembly/subassembly
-Revisions
-Name and part number

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Dual Dimensioning

- in/mm
-mm/in
in[mm]

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Speed

The rotation per moment (RPM) of the mill as it cuts through the object.

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RPM equation

CS x 4 / D

D = diameter of tool
CS = determined bt SFPM chart