Training in measurement techniques

Training in measurement techniques

Training program in measurement techniques processed the basics of measurements, geometric elements and construction, technical drafts and measured elements.The practical part of the training consists of measuring with the sliding scale, micrometer for the exterior and interior measuring and measurements with FARO Gage metering hand. Then follows the basic measurement principles of surface roughness with TESA RUGOSURF 10G, measurement the surface hardness with DUROMASTER 200 RB, measurements with 3D CNC coordinate measuring device TESA micro HITE 3D and, at the end of the basic principles, measurements with a 3D scanner ATOS Compact SCAN 2M.



1.Measurement fundamentals

1.1.SI units system, definition and history

1.2.Basic and derived physical quantity

1.3.Metric prefixes

1.4.Angles and conversion from degrees to radians

1.5.Cartesian coordinate system in space

1.6.Right-hand rule for axis determining

2. The geometric elements and geometricconstructions

2.1.Standard elements

2.2.Point, line, plane, circle, sphere, cylinder

2.3.Vector, vector normal, projections

2.4.Distance, angle, cross, geometricalelements symmetry

3. Basic definitions of technical drawings

3.1.Basics of geometric drawings (dimensions, tolerances tags)

3.2.The standard header

3.3.Conventional measurement

3.4.The standard geometric elements

3.5.Standard operating temperature

4. Practical work with standard measuring instruments

4.1.Practical work – measurement with sliding scale (classical, digital)

4.2.Practical work - measurement with a micrometerfor external measuring (classical, digital)

4.3.Practical work - measurement with a micrometer for internal measuring

5.Practical work with the FAROGage measuring arm

5.1.Structure of the measuring arm

5.2.Hardware working

5.3.Software modes

5.4.A hand like a mouse

5.5.Screen appearance (general)

5.6.Screen appearance (measuring mode)

5.7.Screen appearance (metrology mode)


5.9.Practical work – Calibration

6.Measurement basis (measuringmodes)



6.3.Data printing

6.4.Practical work (angle, distance, geometry, GD&T- evenness, 3Daltimeter)

6.5.Practical work - the use of 3D sliding scale

7. Measuring elements

7.1.Measuring elements

7.2.Types of measuring elements (2D measurement elements, 3D measurement elements)

7.3.Practical work (plane, edge (2D), hole, cones (cone), the results overview, results print)

8. Measurement basis with theFaro Gage measurement hand


8.2.Metrological concepts of measurement devices (feasibility, feasibilitytable)

8.3.Coordinate system overlap


8.5.Commands for the construction

8.6.Practical work - measurement basics (metrologymode)

9. Basic principles of surface roughnessmeasurement with TESARUGOSURF 10G

10. Basic principles of surface hardness measurement with DUROMASTER 200 RB

11. Basic principles of measurement with 3D CNC coordinate measuring device

12. TESA micro HITE 3D

13. Basic principles of measurement with a 3D scanner ATOS Compact SCAN 2M