ASME Minnesota Section: GD&T Best Practices for Dimensional and Form Control, and Reduction in Scrap and Capital Expenditures

April 13 6:30PM - April 13 8:15PM, 2022

13 April 6:30 - 13 April 8:15, 2022

Wednesday - Wednesday
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GD&T is the key communication tool for Design Engineers to define part details to manufacturing and inspection to meet the customer requirements. Customers can be internal on the assembly line, or external, While precision is important, its impact on part cost is significant. Over-precision may result in process capability issues in manufacturing requiring capital expenditures to upgrade the equipment and inspection, or absorb high scrap cost due to rejection of parts. These decisions require cross-functional models. Where do you begin in applying GD&T on a part? This webinar will cover the importance of GD&T, best practices of applying it on a part, and review the factors that impact part cost. The presentation provides a preview of the background of GD&T for the beginners and refresher for those practicing GD&T with added focus on the bigger picture of implications. Animations will be shown to improve the understanding of GD&T concepts. Attendees will improve their understanding on applied GD&T. Presented by Neena Kissner, Medtronic, MN. Neena is GDTP Senior Level Certified in both ASME Y14.5 1994 & 2009 standards. She received her Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Wayne State University, MI and MBA from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota. Ms. Kissner has more than 20 years of experience in auto and transportation industry with 6 years in Consulting GD&T and Dimensional Analysis. We hope you can attend.

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Virtual event on April 13, 2022 at 6:30pm Central Time (U.S. & Canada)

Event Host

ASME Minnesota Section - St. Paul, MN, USA

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This event is being organized by volunteers of the ASME section.

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