Computerized and Laser Alignment (A8307)

In Mechanical

Details

Learn how to determine a computer’s specifications and the proper steps to take in correcting misalignment with the use of a laser.

Prerequisites

This lesson is designed for participants familiar with the components and functions of bearings in relation to rotating equipment as well as with the procedures for installing bearings. A basic understanding of the principles and practices of predictive maintenance is also required.

Description

This lesson explains how to determine a computer’s specifications and introduces proper steps to take in correcting misalignment with the use of a laser.

Objectives

Take and then enter alignment measurements required by a computer. Use a computer to calculate offset and angular misalignment values in the horizontal and vertical planes to determine if a machine is within specification. Determine the amount and direction to move the machine to correct misalignment. Identify the components of a laser/detector system and properly set up the equipment. Take measurements necessary for the laser alignment system. Use the laser/detector system to calculate angular and offset misalignment in vertical and horizontal planes. Position the machine properly by using the laser.

Contents

This lesson explains how to determine a computer’s specifications and
introduces proper steps to take in correcting misalignment with the use
of a laser.

  • Computerized and Laser Alignment

Curriculum

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