Print Reading Basic Interpretation
Date: April 5, 2019
Time: 9 am – 4 pm
Location: Geotech Environmental Equipment
Address: 2650 E 40th Ave, Denver, CO 80205
An intro for technicians, operators, administrative personnel and anyone interested in improving their print reading skills.
This course is intended for workers with little or no formal training in print reading who are interested in improving their print reading skills.
Who Should Attend: Manufacturing technicians, operators, administrative personnel and anyone interested in learning the basics of print reading.
Course Goals: The students will have a basic understanding on how to interpret prints.
Print reading topics include:
- Title blocks
- Orthographic Projection Basics
- Auxiliary Views Basics
- Sectional Views Basics
- Basics of Dimensioning
- Basics of Tolerances
A light breakfast and full lunch will be provided.
Angel De Sevilla | Trainer Bio
Mr. De Sevilla is a workforce development consultant and trainer specializing in manufacturing technologies such as lean manufacturing, print reading, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, shop math and inspection techniques. His industry experience includes designing machine tools for Big 3 Automakers, manufacturing engineering manager for a division of a Fortune 1000 company, and operations manager for a division of a Fortune 500 company. His Lean Manufacturing work with Janska, a women’s outerwear manufacturer, was featured in the New York Times Business Section.
He delivers training in California and Colorado for organizations such as: College of the Canyons Employee Training Institute, Los Angeles Valley College Job Training, Glendale Community College Professional Development Center, Chaffey College Workforce Training Institute, California Manufacturing Technology Consulting, and Manufacturer’s Edge, among other firms.
Angel has an MBA from Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA and a BS in mechanical engineering from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY.