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Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T): Basic to Intermediate Level (Virtual Classroom)

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This course covers theory as well as practical application of ASME Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) Standards.

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  • May 27-29th, 2024

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Schedule

This course commences at 9:00 and ends at 17:00 (UTC+8) Singapore Standard Time each day.  

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Effective communication and collaboration in mechanical engineering requires skill in the interpretation and application of design intent. This is crucial in order to fulfill the function and quality of final product requirements and can be achieved by acquiring skills and knowledge in Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) as a defined ASME standard.

This virtual classroom course is designed for learners who have no or some working knowledge of GD&T. The course covers theory as well as practical application including group discussion, gaging design exercises, case studies, and industry applications. 

By participating in this course, you will learn how to successfully:

  • Use GD&T as an engineering language, thereby enhancing effective communication.
  • Apply fundamental rules and dimensioning practices.
  • Identify and interpret GD&T in engineering documents
  • Identify the criteria for datum reference frames
  • Recognize principles and methods used to control the form, orientation, location, runout, and profile of features

Who should attend?
Managers of engineering, quality control and inspection departments, design engineers, product engineers, mechanical engineers, and technicians may find this course useful. As well as anyone responsible for aspects of the mechanical manufacturing process from design to inspection. This course is suitable for those in the precision engineering, mechanical engineering, and mechanical manufacturing sectors of the aerospace, automotive, electronics, medical, and tooling industries. 

Course Materials (included in purchase of course)

  • Digital course notes via ASME’s Learning Platform

Supplemental Materials (not included with course, purchase separately)

This ASME Virtual Classroom course is held live with an instructor on our online learning platform.  A Certificate of Completion will be issued to registrants who successfully attend and complete the course. 

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Outline
  • Introduction to GD&T
  • Definition and general dimensioning
  • General tolerancing and related principles
  • Symbology
  • Datum reference frame
  • Tolerances of form
  • Tolerances of orientation
  • Tolerances of location
  • Tolerances of profile
  • Tolerances of runout
  • Case studies and gaging design concept exercise
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Casey Kok, Certified Senior Level GD&T Professional

Course Developer, GD&T

Casey Kok is a GD&T specialist with decades of experience in the field of engineering.  

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Format

Virtual Classroom

Live course with an instructor and peers held in an online learning environment with digital enhancements and online materials.
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