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Set a high-speed, mechanically
automated eccentric press to press
steel can components
level:
4
credit:
24
planned review date:
November 2009
sub-field:
Manufacturing Skills
purpose:
This unit standard covers the setting of high speed
mechanically automated, inclinable eccentric presses with
double head pillared compound tooling and twin kickers, twin
knockouts and twin curlers, used to press steel can
components from scrolled or square cut strips fed
automatically from a magazine, with pressing capacities up
to 25 tonnes and operating speeds up to 500 parts per
minute.
People credited with this unit standard are able to: remove
and store double compound tooling from; install double
compound tooling to; test run; and perform quality control
checks on product from a high-speed, mechanically
automated eccentric press.
entry information:
Open.
accreditation option:
Evaluation of documentation and visit by NZQA.
moderation option:
A national moderation system of regional panels and
assessor networks has been established by Competenz.
special notes:
1
Definitions
Compound tool or tooling means a tool or tooling that
blanks, pierces and forms in one blow.
Key points describe anything that may: result in the
success, or otherwise, of a given job; cause injury or
damage; or make the task easier to perform.
Key steps are actions that must be done, as a logical
sequence of an operation, to advance the work.
Product specifications refers to the documented
requirements of the manufactured item.
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Scrolled means a castellated edge to minimise wastage
and get maximum components from a sheet.
Worksite procedures means all documented operational
procedures put in place by the candidate’s employer.
These include: site safety procedures; equipment
operating procedures; standard job procedures; and
procedures for the handling and disposal of materials
and waste.
2
All work practices must meet recognised codes of
practice and documented worksite safety procedures
(where these exceed the code) for personal, product,
and worksite safety, and must meet the obligations
required under current legislation.
3
Legislation relevant to this unit standard includes but is
not limited to the: Health and Safety in Employment Act
1992; Resource Management Act 1991; Hazardous
Substances and New Organisms Act 1996.
Elements and Performance Criteria
element 1
Remove and store double compound tooling from a high-speed, mechanically automated
eccentric press.
performance criteria
1.1
Press is isolated and locked out in accordance with worksite procedures.
1.2
Tools and fittings for double compound tool removal are identified and selected
in accordance with worksite procedures.
1.3
Double compound tooling is removed in accordance with worksite procedures.
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1.4
Double compound tooling is cleaned, and damage or wear is identified and
remedied in accordance with worksite procedures.
Range:
damage or wear to include – build-up, blunt cutter, sticking
knockout, damaged cutter, chipped cutter, damaged former.
1.5
Double compound tooling is stored in accordance with worksite procedures.
1.6
Tool removal documentation is completed accurately and legibly in accordance
with worksite procedures.
element 2
Install double compound tooling to a high-speed, mechanically automated eccentric press.
performance criteria
2.1
Potential safety hazards during tool installation and procedures for minimising
them are described in accordance with worksite procedures.
2.2
Double compound tool components are selected and explained in terms of their
purpose and method of operation, and are verified against production
requirements.
2.3
Double compound tool installation is explained in terms of procedural sequence
and key points for each key step in accordance with worksite procedures.
2.4
Press is prepared for compound tool installation in accordance with worksite
procedures.
2.5
Double compound tool weight setting is explained in terms of its significance in
meeting product specifications.
2.6
Double compound tooling is installed and compound tool weights are set in
accordance with worksite procedures.
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element 3
Test run a high-speed, mechanically automated eccentric press.
performance criteria
3.1
Raw materials, product, and press operation are explained in terms of common
problems and corrective actions in accordance with worksite procedures.
Range:
common problems to include – knockout timing, kicker timing, feed
finger spacing, incorrect stroke, knockout lengths, blunt cutters.
3.2
Press is test run in accordance with worksite procedures.
3.3
Tooling and press adjustments are made until press operates in accordance
with worksite procedures.
element 4
Perform quality control checks on product from a high-speed, mechanically automated
eccentric press.
Range:
quality control checks to include – counter-sunk depth, lip height, straightened
curl, neck diameter.
performance criteria
4.1
Quality control checks are performed and recorded in accordance with worksite
procedures.
4.2
Quality control check results are explained in terms of relationships between
press and tool settings, product specification tolerances, and variance trends.
Comments on this unit standard
Please contact Competenz [email protected] if you wish to suggest
changes to the content of this unit standard.
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Please Note
Providers must be accredited by the Qualifications Authority or a delegated interinstitutional body before they can register credits from assessment against unit standards
or deliver courses of study leading to that assessment.
Industry Training Organisations must be accredited by the Qualifications Authority before
they can register credits from assessment against unit standards.
Accredited providers and Industry Training Organisations assessing against unit standards
must engage with the moderation system that applies to those standards.
Accreditation requirements and an outline of the moderation system that applies to this
standard are outlined in the Accreditation and Moderation Action Plan (AMAP). The
AMAP also includes useful information about special requirements for providers wishing to
develop education and training programmes, such as minimum qualifications for tutors and
assessors, and special resource requirements.
This unit standard is covered by AMAP 0013 which can be accessed at
http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/site/framework/search.html.
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