Manufacturing Basics Assessment

  • $10.00

This Manufacturing Basics assessment assesses the working knowledge of the assessment taker in such areas as conventional machining, casting, forging, milling, lathes, and using plastics. This assessment covers the most often used processes to produce molds and casting for the manufacturing of parts and products. This assessment is appropriate for assessment takers with one year of experience in the manufacturing field.

Assessments for Mechanical Engineering - Machine and Tool Design and Quality Assurance Inspection are also available.

Number of questions 44
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Casting
Manufacturing Processes
Tasks tested Characterizing Forging
Correct Casting Method for the Material
Cutting Using a Mill
Developing Test Components
Die Casting Material
Differentiate Types of Lathes
Distinguishing Plastics
Forging Process
Forging Process Differences
Forming Powder-Based Parts
Gravity Die Casting
Identifying Plastics
Identifying Processes
Identifying Thermoset Plastics
Investment Casting
Knowing the Advantages of Stamping
Making Computer Generated Forms
Making Plastic Luggage
Making Small Runs Economical
Manufacturing at the Highest Speed
Manufacturing Intricate Parts
Material Bending
Milling Advantages
Milling Materials
Milling Process
Molding Thermoplastics
Molds for Plastics
Precision Finishing of Surfaces
Pressworking Materials
Pressworking Tool
Processing Soft Drink Bottles
Processing Thermoplastics
Producing Expendable Molds
Producing Parts with Rotational Symmetry
Roll Forging
Rules of Manufacturing Design
Sand Casting Disadvantage
Sand Type
Stamping with a Punch Press
Swiss-Type Lathe
Understanding Processes
Using Electrical Discharge Machining
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)