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Tooling U, LLC
Tooling U is the leading provider of online training for manufacturers. We started as a manufacturer, and we understand the needs within this industry. Manufacturers survive based on the talent and expertise of their people, and training is the heart of manufacturing a talented workforce.

Tooling U is the ideal complement to hands-on training, combining the theory of manufacturing with the practice. Without the practice, people do not learn the crucial hands-on skills that are required for precision work. But without the theory, people struggle to solve problems and grasp the hands-on experience.
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  • CNC Training
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  • Hydraulics and Pneumatics Training
  • Inspection Training
  • Manual Machining Training
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  • Metal Cutting Training
  • Motor Controls Training
  • PLCs Training
  • Press Brake Training
  • Quality Training
  • Safety Training
  • Shop Essentials Training
  • Soldering Training
  • Stamping Training
  • Welding Training
  • Workholding Training
Contact Chad Schron
Address 15700 S. Waterloo Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44110-3898
Country United States
Telephone (866) 706-8665
(216) 706-6600
Fax (216) 706-6601
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CNC Training Classes

Tooling U classes are offered at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels.

The typical class consists of 12 to 25 lessons and typically requires at least two hours of instruction time.

CNC stands for computer numerical control. It is a versatile system that allows you to control the motion of tools and parts through computer programs that use numeric data.

CNC can be used with nearly any traditional machine. The most common CNC machines found in the machine shop include machining centers (mills) and turning centers (lathes). These classes will explain operations performed with the help of CNC.

The content is for individuals who need to understand what CNC is and how it works. Content covers the basic machines as well as programming for the more experienced user.

-Services > Consulting (Quality and Manufacuring)
-Services > Training
-Software > Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)

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Welding Training Classes

Welding is a joining process that permanently joins together two separate components with heat, pressure, or a combination of both to make one new part. Welding is one of the most economical ways to join two metals permanently.

Arc welding uses the power of electricity to generate the heat necessary to melt and join metals together.

These classes cover the basic components and common processes used during arc welding. They also provide an overview of the various types of welded joints and describe how electrical variables affect arc welding. Intermediate-level classes focus on the weldability of numerous metals and address the specific details necessary to begin hands-on training for the major arc welding processes.

-Industrial Computers and Components > Software
-Manufacturing , Processing and Tooling > Welding
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Metal Cutting Training Classes

Metal cutting involves removing metal through machining operations. Machining traditionally takes place on lathes, drill presses, and milling machines with the use of various cutting tools. Successful machining also requires knowledge about the material you are cutting.

These classes will explain all aspects of metal cutting. The content is for individuals who need to understand the processes and products that make metal cutting possible. Content addresses the common tooling setups and operations as well as specialized applications for the more experienced users.

-Manufacturing , Processing and Tooling > Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
-Manufacturing , Processing and Tooling > Cutting Tools
-Services > Training

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Workholding Training Classes

Workholding is the science of keeping your part in place through locating and clamping. Workholders will keep your workpiece in a specific spot while you perform a machining operation. Workholders range from standard devices such as chucks to the dedicated fixture created by a tool designer.

These classes will answer your questions about workholding. The content is for individuals who need information about the process of workholding and the products to make it happen. Content covers the use of common components as well as specialized applications for the more experienced users.

-Manufacturing , Processing and Tooling > Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
-Manufacturing , Processing and Tooling > Welding
-Services > Training

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Abrasives Training Classes

An abrasive is any tool or material that is used to wear away the surface of a workpiece. Abrasive processes are frequently used to produce the final shape of a part and improve its surface finish. Grinding, honing, and lapping are all common abrasive processes.

   These classes will explain all the abrasive processes used to shape and finish parts. The content is for individuals seeking to identify and understand all the various abrasive tools and machines used in the shop. Class content defines the categories of abrasive tools and also describes the application of these tools for more experienced users.

-Manufacturing , Processing and Tooling > Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
-Manufacturing , Processing and Tooling > Electrode Discharge Machining (EDM)
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