Welcome to the AGI Fundamentals (ASME Y14.5-2009 Update) of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) On-Line Course
This Fundamentals of GD&T course provides a printable Student Guide for individual use as a study guide and reference document. Each student is permitted to print this document once. These slides and content are owned and copyrighted by AGI and are not to be distributed or sold.
Click in the AGI Fundamentals Student Guide below, to download your copy. The security password to access this PDF is listed below. Do not share this document, its contents or password.
Download: Student Guide Fundamentals of GDT – ASME Y145-2009
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How to use this training course?
This program and training framework has been designed with you, the GD&T student, in mind. We suggest that you print out your Student Guide (available to you when you enter your course) and have it in front of you as you progress through the course. The program is broken into chapters that build on one another. We recommend that you take a linear approach to this training and review each video completely before proceeding to the next chapter.
We’ve incorporated end of chapter quizzes along the way to make sure you are completely comprehending the important concepts. These quizzes will indicate your score when completed. The quiz will also provide you with a quiz review option. The quiz reviews are relevant video clip(s) and time indication markers to help you find the explanations to the correct answers. We ask that you try to achieve an 80% mark or greater on a quiz before proceeding on to the next chapter. The quizzes are not meant to stump or confuse you; they are meant to be helpful reinforcements of the material.
If you are stuck on a concept and need help, please e-mail us with your questions or concerns. If we can’t answer your question in an e-mail, we’ll give you a call to discuss the concept further. Your goals are our goals. We want to share our knowledge and experience in GD&T with you, to make you a more effective, dynamic, and capable communicator of your true design requirements using the language of Geometric Tolerance and Dimensioning.
The best of luck to you in step one of your GD&T training endeavor.