This workshop introduces the student to the basics of the Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing of the ASME Y14.5M-2009 standard. It covers terms, definitions, and rules, followed by a close look at the purpose for each of the 14 GD&T symbols.
“The training was awesome! (The instructor) did an excellent job breaking down the information to where everyone could understand it. He also got back to us (as promised) on a topic that we had more questions about. I would recommend him to any organization. Excellent Job!!!” – Peter, Maine
“This was very helpful in complementing my job. I learned a ton of useful information. Instructor was very knowledgeable and had very good classroom etiquette. Best instructor I’ve had in many classes I’ve taken over the years.” – Roger, Indiana
“Excellent refresher course, good for our whole department regardless of skill level or experience.” – Kevin, Utah
“It was a good primer on the fundamentals of GD&T. It makes much more sense now.” – Christopher, Minnesota
“Good base understanding of a critical design language all design/engineering/manufacturing/quoting/quality professionals should know.” – Brandon, Minnesota
“I learned more in this course about GD&T than I did in college.” – Jonathan, Wisconsin
This workshop is designed for anyone involved in part manufacturing from design through to inspection – engineers, technicians, quality personnel and anyone who has a need to understand, define and/or communicate tolerances on engineering drawings.
This program is a complete introduction to the Y14.5M-1994 and Y14.5-2009 standards. The gap between designers and measurement personnel is closed. 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.
What is the difference between this 2-day class and our 3-day class? In both offerings the student is trained in important dimensioning concepts. However, the primary difference is the 3-day class affords the student opportunity to cover each topic in more depth with more hands-on application.
- 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