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Measurement and common math are required to perform your job duties in nearly every aspect of conveyor manufacturing. I have compiled a list of skills relating to math and measurement that are essential for successful job performance. This include being able to:

Convert fractions to decimal form
Use a decimal equivalent card or chart (drill gage)

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Career and Technical Education
Mathematics
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Michael P. O'Brien
12/27/2017
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In this lesson, students will be learning to convert Inches to centimeters and millimeters.

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Career and Technical Education
Mathematics
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Lesson
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Travis Falkowski
03/16/2023
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This will be a 2-3 day lesson where a student will learn how to cut a slot for a keyway in a pulley, sprocket, or wheel.

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Career and Technical Education
Technology and Engineering
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Author:
Shawn Porath
12/24/2018
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This unit will guide students from basic sheet metal layout and forming through applications and utilization of CNC plasma cutting to develop a better understanding of how this technology is used in industry.  Prior to this unit, students would have an understanding of measurement and the use of the CNC plasma software, interface, and operation through a previous sign making activity.  Students would already have been taught welding (SMAW & GMAW) safety and this unit runs concurrently with welding activities to allow larger classes more access to the welding booths.

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Technology and Engineering
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Author:
Lynn Aprill
08/27/2020
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The Welding Fabrication & Robotics Associate Degree program prepares learners to program and operate CNC cutting and forming equipment, as well as robotic welders, and develops the skills needed to work in an advanced metal manufacturing environment. Learners also expand their print reading skills through fabrication layout, fixturing, and precision measurement. Welding metallurgy and machine shop principles are also studied. Critical thinking skills are built through problem-solving activities that foster teamwork, positive attitudes, and an understanding of global competition.

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Technology and Engineering
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