Math, Measurement & Honda Blueprint Reading
The math and measurement course (see registration link below) is available the two days prior and is designed to help the print reader work with the units of measurement on the blueprints and give practical hands-on experience in measuring using precision metric measuring tools.
The Blueprint section of this course consists of both general and Honda specific information about blueprints.
Math & Measurement
How many decimeters are there in a millimeter? Or is it the other way around? The math and measurement part of this course is designed to help the print reader work with the units of measurement on the blueprints and give practical hands-on experience in measuring using precision metric measuring tools.
Powers of Ten
Base units of the metric system (prefixes)
Conversions within the metric system (meters, grams, liters)
Cartesian Coordinates (Honda’s T, B and H)
Blueprint Reading – May 15-16
Alphabet of Lines
Honda’s titleblock information
Drawing Numbering System
Design Change Number System
Honda Engineering Standards
Honda Specification Sheets
Honda Grid Coordinates
Sectioning and Viewing Planes
Please note – if taking Blueprint Reading class without the Math & Measurement course, it is the responsibility of each attendee to have/gain math and measurement competency.
* We will be using Honda Blueprints in this class to provide hands-on experience for each learner. If you have questions about your specific prints, bring them along and we will try to help you answer them
HSO – Marysville, OH
Instructor: Don Juanzemis – Ohio HiPoint
What Attendees Are Saying:
“All of this was much needed – thank you! When I look at part specs at work I will definitely use what I learned in this class.”
“The biggest help was understanding the blueprint symbols, names and provided information. This will help me to understand changes to new drawings we receive.”
“In both parts of the class (math and blueprint) I learned a lot, like how to keep things simple. This will help me to use blueprints for keeping fixtures up to standard.”
MAY 14-16, 2019
DEC. 3-4, 2019