Reasons for Attending
If you have been through the Fundamentals and Advanced GD&T levels, and you’re responsible for determining the effects of tolerances, this is the course for you. This program is an extrapolation of your education in the Y14.5 standard. In this program, we focus on the effects of GD&T-specified tolerances.
The program begins with a review of GD&T, then continues with practical team exercises designed to educate each participant in how to properly determine the worst-case effects of specified tolerances. This class is a minimum lecture, maximum experience and participation format. The subject matter covered is (as a minimum):
- Introduction – Objectives, review GD&T.
- Review of the most complex controls and rules.
- Tolerance stack-up analysis
- Review of actual prints (participant and instructor supplied.)
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for anyone who is extremely familiar and proficient with the concepts and practices of GD&T. Particular emphasis is placed on those who are responsible for specifying, and analyzing tolerances. Individuals desiring to become a certified Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Professional (GDTP) by passing the ASME GDTP exam should take this course.
Prerequisites: Fundamentals and Advanced GD&T, or equivalent experience.
At AGI we are particularly concerned that the individuals that we teach actually retain that which we and their companies have worked so hard to present. This concern is precisely why we offer, for each participant of any AGI seminar, access to a senior consultant (usually the instructor of the course) who will be available to answer any follow on questions after the course via telephone or email.