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In-Person Training consists of public classes conducted by one of our subject matter experts at one of our designated locations in one or more consecutive days.
This workshop is designed for anyone involved in part manufacturing from design through to inspection. It can benefit engineers, technicians, quality personnel, and anyone who has a need to understand, define and/or communicate tolerances on engineering drawings.
A working understanding of technical drawings (perspectives, sections, details, etc.) or the Print Reading for Industry course is suggested as a prerequisite. QCTS offers a GD&T Skills Evaluation to gage the current level of subject awareness. Please contact us to take this evaluation.
This program is a complete introduction to the Y14.5M-1994, Y14.5-2009, and Y14.5-2018 standards. The proper use of GD&T closes the gap between designers and measurement personnel. The concepts are introduced to both groups, from two different angles. Design and Inspection techniques are examined that will greatly increase knowledge of inspection methods.
This workshop will teach the fundamental aspects of GD&T to help the student understand and communicate the design intent of a part. In this technically advanced manufacturing world, this is vital to a successfully designed and manufactured product.
- Basic Principles and Definitions
- Rules and Advanced Concepts
- Datums and Datum Reference Frames
- Tolerances of Form
- Tolerances of Orientation
- Tolerances of Location
- Tolerances of Profile
- Tolerances of Runout
Training Time: 16 hours
Continuing Education Credits (CEUs): 1.6
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