57,49 $

Dates multiples

102 RAC | METAL : Lathe (recognition of knowledge)

Actions et panneau des détails

57,49 $
57,49 $

Informations sur l'événement

Partager cet événement

Date et heure

Endroit

Endroit

LESPACEMAKER

2875 Rue Hochelaga

Montréal, QC H2K 1K7

Canada

Afficher la carte

Politique de remboursement

Politique de remboursement

Remboursements jusqu'à 1 jour avant l'événement

Description de l'événement
This training consists in verifying an acceptable knowledge for working the lathe.

À propos de cet événement


If none of the announced dates are convenient for you, please contact the committee by email (metal@lespacemaker.com) to evaluate new options.

This training consists in bringing the students to an acceptable level of confidence for the use of the machine and being able to complete a personal project on the lathe.

This training is given on an individual machine, the student will benefit from a more in-depth teaching on the specificities of uses of the milling machine.

*** Dress code and safety accessories required for this training ***

 SAFETY MEASURES RELATED TO COVID-19

Maximum of 2 participants per training + the trainer

A minimum of 2 participants to confirm the training

Mask required at all times

Hand washing at the entrance

Sanitization of the site before the training

Physical distance at all times (2 meters)

Theoretical portion

Avoid exchange of material as much as possible

Ensure that an individual lesson plan is provided for each student

Practical portion

Hand washing before the start of the practical portion

Sanitize machines before and after the practical portion

Hand cleaning after the practical portion

Theoretical elements:

● Safety in the workshop

● Safe use of the lathe

● Different support methods

● Overview of cutting tools

● Measurement methods

 

Practical elements:

●Turning the machine on/off

● Set the automatic cutting feed

● Set the turning speed

● Oiling the machine

● Safety and emergency brake

● Using measuring tools

● Make a simple part

● Outer diameter turning to a specific tolerance

● Facing to a specific tolerance

● Tapping with the tail stock chuck

● Manual hand tapping for finishing

● Selecting the right drill for tapping

● Cleaning the machine after use

The lathe does not have a digital readout: we will be using a dial indicator

Will be using automatic cutting with automatic feed and proper selection of speed and feeds.

 

After the training, the participant will have access to:

 

● The lathe as well as the cutting tools and accessories of the Orange section near the lathe (taught in this training) (with active LESPACEMAKER membership card):

 

Material provided with registration:

● All equipment is provided for training except for clothing and mandatory safety accessories. 

 

 Level of training:

● Intermediate

 

Number of hours of training

● 2-3 hours

 

Language of the training:

English

Teacher:


Nick Szabo

 

Prerequisites:

101 | METAL: Introduction to the Workshop + initiation to use (uninitiated)

OR

101 RAC | METAL: Introduction to the Workshop + recognition of the acquired knowledge (initiated)

 

Mandatory clothing and safety accessories:

 

● Protective closed shoes with steel cap (slip-on steel toe caps accepted)

● Safety glasses

● Ear plugs or ear shells

● DO NOT wear loose clothing, gloves, neckties, scarves, rings, bracelets, or other jewelry that may become tangled in moving parts of a machine

● Long hair must be tied up

Partager avec des amis

Endroit

LESPACEMAKER

2875 Rue Hochelaga

Montréal, QC H2K 1K7

Canada

Afficher la carte

Politique de remboursement

Remboursements jusqu'à 1 jour avant l'événement

{ _('Organizer Image')}

Organisateur LESPACEMAKER : Formations

Organisateur de 102 RAC | METAL : Lathe (recognition of knowledge)

Sa mission est d’offrir un espace collaboratif de fabrication, d’apprentissage, d’exploration, de création, d’exposition et de partage du savoir. Il met à disposition des outils spécialisés, offre l’espace et réunit des expertises variées.

LESPACEMAKER propose à ses membres un atelier de bois, de métal, de mécanique, de sérigraphie, de vélo, une forge et bien plus encore selon la volonté et l’engagement de ceux-ci. Des cours d’initiation, de perfectionnement ou d’excellence sont offerts sous base régulière pour l’ensemble de ces ateliers. Certains espaces privés sont réservés à l’utilisation de membres occupants pour l’aménagement de leur activité professionnelles ou de projets spéciaux.

Sauvegarder cet événement

Événement sauvegardé