Press Operator: Hot Stamping
There are a lot of job opportunities available for those who want manufacturing roles, but companies require the necessary skills and experience. This online Press Operator: Hot Stamping course allows you to gain the required knowledge and a pathway to the skills you need to validate your competence.
A Press Operator is responsible for the routine production of a coil-fed stamping press. This course provides an intensive overview of the skills necessary for hot stamping press work. You will learn the math, inspection, safety, materials, quality, stamping, forming, and automation to work as a hot stamping press operator.
George Mason University
What you will learn
- Production Floor Safety
- Press Operation and Procedures
- Press Brake Operation and Procedures
- Six Sigma, 5S, Lean, and TPM
- Inspection Methods
How you will benefit
- Prepare for a career as a press operator, hot stamping press operator, die setter, fabrication operator, machine operator, machine setter, or punch press operator
- Gain the skills you need to confidently perform your job
- Get the education you need in a self-paced, online format
How the course is taught
- Self-paced, online course
- 12 Months to complete
- Open enrollment, begin anytime
- 100 course hours
- Math Fundamentals 101
- Math: Fractions and Decimals 111
- Units of Measurement 112
- Basics of Tolerance 121
- Blueprint Reading 131
- Algebra Fundamentals 141
- Geometry: Lines and Angles 151
- Geometry: Triangles 161
- Geometry: Circles and Polygons 171
- Statistics 231
- Basic Measurement 101
- Hole Standards and Inspection 141
- Thread Standards and Inspection 151
- Surface Texture and Inspection 201
- Material Tests for Welding 201
- Inspecting a Prismatic Part 321
- Inspecting a Cylindrical Part 331
- In-Line Inspection Applications 381
- Intro to OSHA 101
- Personal Protective Equipment 111
- Noise Reduction and Hearing Conservation 121
- Respiratory Safety 131
- Lockout/Tagout Procedures 141
- SDS and Hazard Communication 151
- Bloodborne Pathogens 161
- Walking and Working Surfaces 171
- Fire Safety and Prevention 181
- Flammable/Combustible Liquids 191
- Ergonomics 102
- Hand and Power Tool Safety 201
- Safety for Lifting Devices 211
- Powered Industrial Truck Safety 221
- Confined Spaces 231
- Environmental Safety Hazards 241
- Machine Guarding 140
- Introduction to Physical Properties 101
- Introduction to Mechanical Properties 111
- Introduction to Metals 121
- Classification of Steel 201
- Essentials of Heat Treatment of Steel 211
- Ferrous Metals 231
- Nonferrous Metals 241
- Exotic Alloys 301
- Quality and Manufacturing Management
- Lean Manufacturing Overview 101
- Essentials of Leadership 110
- Essentials of Communication 120
- ISO 9001: 2015 Review 122
- Continuous Process Improvement: Managing Flow 124
- Continuous Process Improvement: Identifying and Eliminating Waste 125
- Managing Performance: Best Practices 130
- Approaches to Maintenance 131
- Process Design and Development 133
- Managing Performance: Corrective Actions 135
- Production System Design and Development 136
- Equipment/Tool Design and Development 137
- Basics of Manufacturing Costs 140
- Total Productive Maintenance 141
- Conflict Resolution Principles 150
- 5S Overview 151
- Conflict Resolution for Different Groups 155
- Team Leadership 160
- Intro to Six Sigma 171
- Quality and Customer Service 175
- Troubleshooting 181
- Personal Effectiveness 190
- Managing the Diverse Workplace 210
- SPC Overview 211
- Harassment and Discrimination 215
- Performance Management and the Law 230
- Metrics for Lean 231
- Process Flow Charting 241
- Strategies for Setup Reduction 251
- Six Sigma Goals and Tools 310
- Metal Cutting Fluid Safety 231
- Optimizing Tool Life and Process 381
- Introduction to CAD and CAM for Machining 241
- Machining Titanium Alloys 325
- Press Basics 110
- Stamping Safety 115
- Punch and Die Operations 120
- Die Components 130
- Coil Handling Equipment 140
- Die Cutting Variables 200
- Monitoring Press Operations 220
- Coil Loading Procedures 250
- Die Setting Procedures 300
- Press Brakes
- Press Brake Safety 100
- Press Brake Components 110
- Bending Fundamentals 120
- Die Bending Operations 130
- Operating the Press Brake 200
- Press Brake Specifications 220
- Electrical/Mechanical Systems and Motor Controls
- Safety for Electrical Work 111
- Lubricant Fundamentals 130
- Robot Sensors 150
- Robotic Control Systems 240
- Specs for Servomotors 330
- Limit Switches and Proximity Sensors 360
This is not an instructor facilitated course; however, support will be provided through email, online forms, and phone.
There are no prerequisites to take this course.
- This course can be taken on either a PC or Mac.
- PC: Windows 8 or later.
- Mac: macOS 10.6 or later.
- Browser: The latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox are preferred. Microsoft Edge and Safari are also compatible.
- Adobe Acrobat Reader.
- Software must be installed and fully operational before the course begins.
- Email capabilities and access to a personal email account.
Instructional Material Requirements:
The instructional materials required for this course are included in enrollment and will be available online.
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This course is open enrollment, so you can register and start the course as soon as you are ready. Access to your course can take 24-48 business hours.
This course is self-paced and open enrollment, so you can start when you want and finish at your own pace. When you register, you'll receive twelve (12) months to complete the course.
The time allotted for course completion has been calculated based on the number of course hours. However, if you are unable to complete the course, contact the student advising team to see what options you may have available to work out a suitable completion date. Please note that an extension fee may be charged.
The course instructor will be available by email to answer any questions and provide feedback on your performance. Occasionally, your course may be supported by a team of industry experts. You will also receive support from the student advising team.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.
This course will provide you with the skills you need to obtain an entry-level position in most cases. Potential students should always do research on the job market in their area before registering.
This course is non-credit, so it does not qualify for federal aid, FAFSA and Pell Grant. In some states, vocational rehab or workforce development boards will pay for qualified students to take our courses. Additionally, some students may qualify for financial assistance when they enroll, if they meet certain requirements. Financing is available from select schools. Learn more about financial assistance.
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