Length: 2 days CEUs: 1.50 PDHs: 15.00
This geometric tolerancing course is based on the latest ASME Y14.5-2009 Standard, and will make the GD&T concepts easy to learn and apply. The training combines lecture with animated graphics and video clips to ensure that all students are engaged. The instructor also uses wood and plastic models to simulate parts, gages and inspection equipment. The models are used to demonstrate the physical mating of parts for engineering and design. The sample inspection equipment allows hands-on demonstrations of inspection, as well as measurement data reporting practices. After the class lecture is given for a unit, it is followed by a practical student exercise (either individual or group) to test the participants’ understanding.
All participants receive a copy of the 380-page GeoTol Pro Book and Pocket Guide, by Scott Neumann and Al Neumann, which contains full color graphics and loaded with student exercises.
You Will Learn To
- Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the fundamental geometric concepts
- Interpret and explain the application of geometric symbols on drawings
- Explain how to select the datum reference frames properly
- Calculate the position and profile tolerances
Please click HERE to view the course outline.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who needs to read engineering drawings. Engineering, designing, drafting, quality control, procurement, tolling, production, purchasing, manufacturing, CAD inspection, and shop personnel
Save up to $825 by enrolling in PD603 - a combo course consisting of this course (PD570) and PD561 “Geometric Tolerancing Applications and Tolerance Stacks.”
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Course Type: Public Course
Course Number: PD570
Scott Neumann is a senior partner in Technical Consultants Inc. He specializes in geometric tolerancing and tolerance stack-up and analysis. He is also an expert in measurement and inspection techniques.
Scott presents geometric tolerancing training programs to engineering, manufacturing and quality personnel at major corporations in the USA and around the world. He was a major contributor to the Geometric Tolerancing Applications with Stacks workbook and the Geometric Tolerancing Stacks and Analysis workbook. He has also coauthored a book and coproduced a DVD video series to the ASME Y14.5-2009 standard, Geo Tol Pro, A practical Guide to Geometric Tolerancing.
Scott is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and is a senior level ASME certified, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing professional. He represents the USA in the International Standards Organization, ISO TC10 committee. He regularly attends the USA, ASME Y14.5 subcommittee on dimensioning and tolerancing. He is also a member on the ASME Y14.45, Measurement Data Reporting committee.
Scott graduated from University of Florida with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.