Course: SAND200 Wide Belt Sanding Applications and Processes
What constitutes a good sand? Sanding quality is ultimately determined by the end-user, but this course defines objective quality standards, transitional and transferable to an operation’s entire team. By defining various panel materials and exploring modern sanding technology, applications, tools, abrasives, and machine parameters, participants will actively contribute to this new definition of objective quality. In addition to the introduction of theory behind the art of sanding, participants will receive hands-on training utilizing sight and touch to evaluate panel defects, identify and troubleshoot their origins, and establish a regular auditing process to guarantee generations of consistent results.
Previously known as SA106.
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3 days / 1.60
Basic understanding of sanding and finishing processes
By taking this course, participants will be able to… (1) List and explain five (5) types of sanding and the tools associated with each (Knowledge and Comprehension). (2) Compare the two major sanding processes: calibration sanding and segmented pad sanding (Analysis). (3) Define various abrasive components and demonstrate how to properly select, handle, and store abrasives (Knowledge and Synthesis). (4) Evaluate pre- and post-processing panels for defects and analyze potential corrective actions (Evaluation and Analysis). (5) Describe the purposes and benefits of a regular, defined auditing process (Comprehension).
Who Should Attend
Machine operators Engineering or quality assurance personnel Facility supervisors | Owners Maintenance technicians
Applicable Machine Models
BUTFERING Wide Belt Sanders HEESEMANN Wide Belt Sanders HOMAG Wide Belt Sanders Wide Belt Sanders