This programme is for individuals within industry only
|Translation||Pōkaitahi o Aotearoa Whakapiri Rākau (Pae 4)|
|Intakes||On Demand, Industry|
Gain the advanced technical skills and knowledge required to operate as trade-level finger jointer operator within the solid wood manufacturing industry.
Students will learn how to be responsible for the safe and efficient operation and maintenance of a finger jointing plant, without supervision. On completion of this programme, graduates will have experience troubleshooting and making decisions to maintain productivity in a finger jointing plant.
Knowledge and skills you will gain
Graduates will have the skills, knowledge and attributes to be able to:
- grind and maintain a finger jointing cutterhead.
- apply knowledge of calculations and the technical aspects of tooling and machinery relevant to operating a finger jointing machine.
- inspect and maintain a finger jointing machine.
- set up an edge-to-edge or face-to-face finger jointing machine.
- coordinate in-feed, out-feed, production volume and shook quality for a finger jointing operation.
- diagnose product and joint defects and implement corrective actions to meet production and quality requirements of a finger jointing operation.
|WPRO.4101||Grinding a Finger Jointer Cutter head||4||15|
|WPRO.4102||Maintain a Finger Joint Cutter head||4||10|
|WPRO.4103||Calculations for Wood Forming Machinery||4||10|
|WPRO.3106||Tooling and Machinery for Finger Jointing||3||10|
|WPRO.3109||Wood Forming Machine Maintenance||3||15|
|WPRO.4108||Coordination of Finger joint Operations||4||20|
|WPRO.4109||Finger Jointed Product Defects and Corrective Actions||4||25|
Choose one of the following
|WPRO.4106||Face-to-Face Finger Jointing||4||15|
|WPRO.4107||Edge-to-Edge Finger Jointing||4||15|
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Page last updated: 01 Sep 2017