The Foundations of Laser Shaft Alignment
The Foundations of Laser Shaft Alignment course was created from our years of field experience, in-person training, and hands-on use of most major brands of alignment tools. Our online laser shaft alignment training course was developed to focus on the key steps and information needed to complete a laser shaft alignment.
Our course covers the following topics:
- What shaft alignment is and why we do it
- The basics of shaft alignment
- Methods of shaft alignment
- Recommended tools and accessories
- Technologies that compliment laser shaft alignment
- Challenges that occur during laser shaft alignment and how to resolve them
- Identify the types of soft foot and correct them
- Thermal growth and how it affects alignment
- Pre-alignment checks
- Laser alignment tool workflow
After completing this course, students will know why and how a shaft alignment is completed, understand the pros and cons of various methods of shaft alignments, and identify and resolve issues that occur during an alignment.
This course is not product specific so it can be applied to a broad selection of laser alignment tools.
The price for this course is $249 per student or groups of 4 at $799 per group. A certificate is supplied to each student upon course completion.
The course is available for 90 days which allows students to set their own pace for completion as well as re-visit and review the material as often as they need to.
There is no need to juggle the schedules of several employees to get them into a classroom at the same time.
Our online course is a portable alignment training class that goes anywhere there is access to an internet connection.
Welcome to The Foundations of Laser Shaft Alignment.
In this lesson we will cover some of the reasons why we should do precision alignment.
In this lesson we will be looking at what the alignment tool is measuring and what we need to consider in our setup and how to analyze the alignment results.
In this lesson we will cover the different methods used for shaft alignment. We will also be looking at the different types of laser alignment tools, their basic setup and functionality.
What additional tools should we have available to complete the alignment? We will go over the recommended tools and accessories. And discuss the tools and accessories that are not recommended.
In this lesson we will look at complimentary technologies. These are technologies that will help us get more information on the machines that we are aligning as well as determine whether or not problems that we may run into on a running machine are caused by a misalignment.
In this lesson we will cover some of the more common challenges you may encounter during the alignment process and look at ways to avoid or compensate for them.
In this lesson we will look at more common challenges that may be encountered during the alignment process.
What is soft foot? It is a critical component we need to measure and correct to ensure we are getting a proper alignment.
Thermal growth can be a challenge since it only affects our alignment once our machines get to operating temperature. We will cover how to calculate and measure thermal growth and when it needs to be included in the alignment process.
This lesson covers the pre-alignment checks and rough alignment procedures.
This lesson covers the workflow of the laser alignment tool. Laser alignment tools vary by manufacturer, but do share a basic process.