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FBR-108 Structural Layout and Development Techniques

20 hours


This course is designed to teach identification of the structural shape used in the structural steel industry, how structural shapes are made at the steel mill and why mill tolerance would need to be taken into consideration. This course also teaches the student the fundamentals of structural template development,and fitting techniques. Also taught are the interpretation of engineer data sheets such as clip placement, hole pitch, hole gauge and edge distance, as well as the interpretation of abbreviations and symbols as used on structural drawings (Blueprints).


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Metal Fabrication Program

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