Sheet Metal Layout Practices - Course No. 13

How to construct common sheet metal shapes.
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Course No. 13

18 hours

Sheet Metal – Layout Patterns

Basic geometric constructions involved in laying out patterns for some of the more common sheet metal shapes: conical transition piece, four-section elbow, drip pans, and rectangular duct sections.

Prerequisites: Familiarity with the use of a steel rule; simple arithmetic; multiplying decimal numbers; and reading dimensions in a simple sketch. Course No. 108.

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