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Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Applications

This course is a must for those involved in-depth with the preparation of mechanical engineering drawings or the inspection of hardware and who already have a basic understanding of GDT according to ASME Y14.5M-1994. Originally developed for NASA and presented by the designer, this course involves an actual design and includes access to the manufactured hardware.

Undimensioned and untoleranced drawings will be supplied along with specific assignments as to what GDT controls are to be put on them. The attendee is to do the dimensioning in pencil outside of class using the ASME GDT standard or any other resource. The class times will be used to explain the correct way(s) the dimensioning should have been done and why, and the drawings will then be corrected accordingly. By the end of the course the attendees will have had practical experience using all the GDT controls and have a set of correctly dimensioned drawings for reference on the job.

Attendees should have a basic understanding of GDT, some experience using it in drawing preparation and access to a copy of the ASME GDT standard. Also needed are a set of course materials (furnished) and pencils with erasers.

Prerequisite: Knowledge of drawings to understand view projections and basic definition of dimensions and tolerances.

Course consists of 20 instructional hours.

Prerequisites:
Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Prerequisite: Knowledge of drawings to understand view projections and basic definition of dimensions and tolerances.

Available Sessions
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