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GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING & TOLERANCING COURSE

GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING & TOLERANCING COURSE
GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING & TOLERANCING COURSE

Improve accuracy in product design and reduce costs

The Geometric and Dimensional Tolerance (GD&T) system is an international language used in engineering drawings to accurately design and communicate the shape, orientation, size and location of parts; as well as the variation allowed for its manufacture. Therefore, it is essential not only to improve product design and reduce costs, but also to ensure consistency, satisfactory operation and interchangeability. In short, with this preparation you will increase profitability even more.

In this course, the participant will learn the symbols, rules, definitions and conventions in GD&T that will enable him to describe what must be done and guarantee the accuracy in the manufacture and inspection of a given part.

Because it is important

Correct design, processing and measurement of the detail require an alignment of all departments on mechanical and metrological languages. The correct application and reading of the regulations minimizes the risk of interpreting the mechanical design and, consequently, increases the quality of the product itself, reducing waste.

OBJECTIVES

  • Identify the symbols and abbreviations, as well as the general rules that make up the GD&T system.
  • Understand the application of the fundamentals of geometry necessary for the correct reading, interpretation and work with engineering drawings on a day-to-day basis.
  • Understand the dimensioning methods used in an engineering drawing and what dimensional tolerances really mean.
  • Learn about the use of GD&T feature control frameworks and how they affect manufacturing and inspection.

CURRICULUM

  • Introduction to GD&T
  • Symbols and abbreviations
  • geometry fundamentals
  • Datums
  • Feature Control Frame or Feature Control Frame
  • General rules
  • Shape, orientation, profile and swing
  • virtual condition
  • Location Tolerances
  • Maximum and minimum material condition

This course is perfect for;

For students

Mechanical engineering students and graduates interested in design engineering or manufacturing engineering who want to prepare for the job market with an industry.

Technicians and Engineers

Do you need to learn how to interpret technical drawings because you work with them? Or are you considering a career change to become a design engineer? There is no way around GD&T when working with technical designs. This training will assist you in achieving your goal!