Machine Trades Print Reading, a combination text and workbook, provides students the opportunity to develop the basic skills required for visualizing and interpreting industrial prints. The new edition features a revised first unit that introduces students to the history of print reading, CAD and electronic prints, and the role of prints in the digital age. From there, students develop fundamental skills and progress to details encountered when working at a professional level. The final unit, Print Reading Review, has comprehensive review quizzes that help assess student progress.
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Table of Contents
1. Drawings and Prints 2. Visualizing Shapes 3. Line Usage 4. Title Blocks and Notes 5. Applied Math 6. Measurement Basics 7. Dimensions and Tolerances 8. Contours 9. Holes 10. Angles 11. Threads 12. Machining Details 13. Sectional Views 14. Auxiliary Views 15. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 16. Detail Drawings 17. Assembly Drawings 18. Print Reading Review
Michael A. Barsamian - is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Stout with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education and advanced graduate credits. He entered the field of Vocational Technical Education to prepare his students for their technical careers. Mr. Barsamian has taught board drafting, residential drafting, CAD drafting, and print reading for machine trades. In addition, he has provided consultation and customized training to machine shops and other related industries.
Richard A. Gizelbach - started his career as a machinist using standard milling machines and lathes. Richard obtained a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degree in vocational education from Stout University. He followed this achievement with an EdS degree in Administrative Leadership from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Richard's teaching career started with machine shop, CNC, and related courses at Gateway College in Kenosha and Racine counties in Wisconsin. During these teaching years, he conducted customized in-plant training courses in various technical courses for more than 25 firms in the surrounding area, including developing several courses and curriculum for Gateway College and Milwaukee Area Technical College.
After 33 years of teaching, Richard continues to maintain an active schedule by conducting seminars in crane operation and safety, crane inspection, train-the-trainer, and rigging classes for Morris Material Handling.