Presentation Webinar – GD&T Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing


GD&T Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing

Presentation Webinar

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Description:

GD&T is a system of symbols and features used in machining, manufacturing, quality and design that specify the shape, orientation, size, and critical features of the object of the drawing. GD&T is used to ensure that everyone is on the same page regarding how a feature or part is defined.

This training will introduce to the basic concept and provide the necessary tools to undestand the GD&T system:

  • Definition and Background
  • Datums and Features
  • Datum Reference Frame
  • How the GD&T System Works
  • Material Conditions Modifiers
  • Bonus Tolerance
  • Feature Control Frame
  • Major Categories of Tolerances
  • General Rules of GD&T
  • + /- Tolerancing vs. Geometric Tolerancing

 

Why You Should Attend:

Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, often referred to as GD&T, is a symbolic language used on engineering drawings and models to define the allowable deviation of feature geometry. The language of GD&T consists of dimensions, tolerances, symbols, definitions, rules, and conventions that can be used to precisely communicate the functional requirements for the location, orientation, size, and form of each feature of the design model.

Thus, GD&T is an exact language that enables designers to “say what they mean” with regard to their design models.

Production can then use the language to understand the design intent and inspection looks to the language to determine set up requirements.

Who Will Benefit:

  • Technical Engineer
  • Quality Manager
  • Quality Engineers
  • Design Quality
  • Clinical Affair specialist
  • R&D Engineers

Certification Requirements:

Students must view the entire program and successfully pass an online, multiple choice final assessment with >80% passing grade.Certificate will be printable in PDF format immediately after satisfying requirements.

Online Training Programs Includes:

  • Answer to questions submitted during the webinar.
  • An online final assessment with multiple choice questions.
  • A Certificate of Completion.
  • 5 Months Access to the recorded session