Lathe Operator Assessment
The Lathe Operator assessment is intended to assess the skill level of the assessment taker in CNC Lathe operation. The assessment is made up of several different aspects of lathe operation including basic print reading, Caliper and Micrometer reading, Part Loading, Offsets, and more. This assessment was designed for those with at least one year of CNC Lathe operating experience.
Assessments for Basic CNC and Caliper & Micrometer are also available.
|Number of questions||25|
|Time to complete||Varies by skill|
|Topics covered||Coordinate System
Loading the Work Pc.
|Tasks tested||Checking Minor Diameter
Correcting an Over Size Diameter
Determine the Depth being Measured
Determine the Length being Measured with Dial Calipers
GO/NO GO Thread Ring
Identify Acceptable Part Limits
Identify Acceptable Size Limits
Identify Correct Procedure - Counterbore
Identify Correct Procedure - Inside Diameter
Identify Correct Procedure - Offsets
Identify Drawing Features - Counterbore
Identify Drawing Features - I.D.
Identify Drawing Features - O.A.L.
Identify Drawing Features - O.D.
Identify the Axis - Diameters
Identify the Axis - Lengths and Depths
Identify the Purpose of Offsets
Identify the Purpose of Thread Plugs
Identify the Purpose of Thread Rings
Identify the Symbol - Double Arrow
Identify the Symbol - Double Circle
Loading a Work Piece
Read the Measurement on the Micrometer
|Supported languages||🇺🇸 English (en_US)