GD&T Advanced Concepts – VIRTUAL

  • Delivery Option: Public & On-Site
  • Subject Category: Technical
  • Cost: $630
  • Number of Days: 2 days

Course Summary

Introductory Pricing

These LIVE, virtual, instructor-led classes will include short-term access to a recording of each session, so the registrants may review or make up missed sessions.

This course is a continuation of GD&T Fundamentals, again focusing on practical GD&T applications and introducing additional advanced concepts.

A Pre-test can be administered at the request of the customer to gage the level of subject awareness.  If agreed to, the test needs to be completed attendees at least 7 days before the class.

This workshop provides further guidance on application of GD&T as per the ASME Y14.5M-2018 standard.

Target Audience

If you are pursuing the ASME Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Professional Certification (GDTP) or just want to grow in your proficiency with GD&T, this will be a necessary course for your practical education.

Course Objectives

This program is a continuation of your education in the Y14.5 standard. There will be discussions about being able to identify both correct and incorrect drawings with GD&T. In this program, we focus on the application and interpretation of GD&T – another step closer to becoming a GD&T expert.

Q. What is the difference between our GD&T Fundamentals and Advanced Concepts workshop? 

A. Advanced Concepts differs from GD&T Fundamentals in Three ways:

 1. More in-depth discussion on selected topics that are often not covered in fundamentals classes

  • Simultaneous requirements
  • Movable datum targets
  • Composite tolerancing
  • All over
  • Non-Rigid parts
  • Relating GD&T to part applications
  • Datum feature types
  • Profile Myths
  • Profile Applications

2. Covers GD&T topics in a manner that relates closely to how GD&T is used in industry

  • Principles of Dimensioning
  • Examples using more complex drawings
  • Exercises using more complex drawings
  • Functional Dimensioning
  • Choosing the best symbol based on part function
  • Profile applications
  • Position applications
  • Inane datum specifications

3. Explanations of topics that are not explicitly covered in Y14.5, but are needed and used in industry

  • Functional Dimensioning
  • Non-rigid parts
  • Restrained parts
  • Special datum target types
  • Rules for composite tolerancing