Identifies the parts of the hydraulic press brake featuring the Adira up-acting press brake. Interactive section asks to identify parts after first learning them.
The learner reads an explanation of how to determine lengths for tubing and pipe bending and then performs calculations in an interactive exercise. Two methods for determining angle bends are shown. A calculator is required.
Students view the formula for determining twist drill speeds in metal. Exercises complete the activity.
In this interactive object, students read how to calculate the blank size for cylinders in a three-roll pinch roller. A calculator is required for the brief quiz that completes the activity.
In this simulation, learners follow steps to clear out a job that had been previously created.
In this learning activity you'll practice operating the Hurco Controller in the CNC mode.
The learner reads about safety considerations for operating a hydraulic metal shear. Text, graphics and a brief assessment are included.
Step-by-step of setting the back gauge with an Adira Hydraulic Shear.
Introduction to selecting the proper punch and die for air bending or bottoming when forming on a press brake. Includes charts and methods for selection.
The student reads about the procedures for loading punches and turning a die block in an up-acting hydraulic press brake. The safe handling of press brake tooling is also illustrated.
In this learning activity you'll review an explanation of how to operate the Hurco Controller in the manual mode.
In this learning activity you'll discover how the Eagle Power Roller control panel operates.
Learners are asked to program the Top Bender following the same steps they would if working on the actual control panel.
In this learning activity you'll explore the Marvel PCII keys.
In this learning activity you'll review step-by-step instructions for the Marvel PCII using manual programming.
The student views step-by-step instructions for programming a "job" with the PCII on the Marvel vertical band saw.
Picture of Adira hydraulic shear's operator's panel with part identification and instructions on how to start and stop the shear as well as setting stroke (cutting length).
Students read how to calculate feed rates for drills in inches per minute (IPM). The IPM formula is given and students work two practice problems.
Users calculate the tonnage required to punch holes in a specific base metal. The formula to be used is provided along with the tensile strength for various metals. A calculator is required.
Learners read a description of the parts of an ironworker and identify them in an exercise.
The student is shown and then identifies the parts of a hydraulic shear.
Learners examine a photo of a Marvel Vertical Band Saw and then identify the parts in a drag and drop exercise.
Introduces two methods of determining bend allowance; one is simple and is an approximate, the other is more precise. Interactive part has learner calculate bend allowance and blank size.
In this learning activity you'll review safety considerations for persons using a hydraulic iron worker and takes a short quiz.
In this learning activity you'll review safety considerations for using a tubing/pipe bender.