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Machining: Workholding
101 Introduction to Workholding

CourseCode: SOC-101-360010
Length: 1 Hours

Target Audience
Beginner Level

Introduction to Workholding describes the purpose of workholding, basic workholding devices, and how workholding devices are used. Workholding devices are used to locate, support, and secure workpieces for a variety of manufacturing operations, including machining, welding, and assembly. Common workholding devices include chucks, collets, vises, jigs, and fixtures. These common devices are used for the majority of workholding in a wide range of applications.Workholding is one of the most important aspects of a number of manufacturing operations. Having operators who understand how to use the various workholding devices is essential for efficient, safe, and high-quality part production. Proper use of workholding improves production speed as well as part tolerance and finish. After taking this class, users will be able to explain the purpose of workholding, identify common workholding devices, and describe how to use workholding devices.

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Courses Ascending
Beginner: 101 Introduction to Workholding
Beginner: 111 Supporting and Locating Principles
Beginner: 121 Locating Devices
Beginner: 131 Clamping Basics
Beginner: 141 Chucks, Collets, and Vises
Intermediate: 201 Fixture Design Basics
Intermediate: 200 Fixture Body Construction
Intermediate: 230 Drill Bushing Selection
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