Mechanical CAD software is used to create and modify 2D and 3D geometry, in order to design, assess and document mechanical components and sheet metal components, assemblies, and products. These components include molds, dies and other tooling.
Knowing how to read electrical drawings is critical when installing new equipment and troubleshooting existing equipment. This workshop show participants how to decipher this common language for electrical equipment by covering how to read and interpret the symbols on an electrical schematic, the function of the input, logic, and output elements of a control circuit. This workshop also describes the steps for interpreting the relationships among the input, logic, and output components of an electrical schematic.
Electrical technicians, field engineers, project managers, inspectors, contractors and journeyman electricians who depend on effective skills and knowledge of print reading.