Length: 3 days
Participants of this course will study and apply techniques concerning the proper design, dimensioning, and tolerancing of GO gages, NOGO gages, Functional Gages and Fixtures per the ASME Y14.43-2011 Standard, entitled, Dimensioning and Tolerancing Principles for Gages and Fixtures. Those who are involved in the application or interpretation of dimensioning and tolerancing of products will gain a thorough understanding of these principles through the knowledge of how to gage and fixture them properly. This course encompasses lectures, discussions and applications working directly with handout materials and the standard.
Course participants should have a basic knowledge of the Y14.5 Standard in order to optimize their training experience.
Each participant will receive a copy of the ASME Standard, Y14.43 - 2011 Dimensioning and Tolerancing Principles for Gages and Fixtures.
You Will Learn To
- Explain the role of gaging within a company’s quality management system related to ISO 9001, specifically Clause 8, and B89 7.2 Measurement Plan.
- Explain how to apply the rules, principles and practices of gage and fixture design, dimensioning and tolerancing per the Y14.43-2011 Standard.
- Explain how to extend the principles contained in ASME Y14.5M-1994 and ASME Y14.5M-2009, to gages and fixtures used for manufacturing and inspection.
- Explain how choices made on design, dimension, and tolerance gages and fixtures determine whether good parts will be rejected and/or bad parts will be accepted.
- Examine the economic reality of gage use based on part function and production volume.
- Explain how to put into practice the proper simulation of datum features.
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Who Should Attend
- Those with an interest in learning the new rules, regulations and preferred ASME and ANSI practices per the newly released standard
- Gage Designers, Fixture Designers, Manufacturing Engineers, Process Engineers, Quality Engineers, Inspectors and/or anyone wishing to strengthen their knowledge of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
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