Advanced Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing - Virtual

Description:

This course combines selected topics from the two advanced courses on Datum Schemes for GD&T and Tolerancing Strategies with GD&T.

Eight two hour sessions of instruction plus four two hour sessions of Q&A.
Instruction will take place from 9:00am - 11:00am, break 1:00pm - 3:00pm.
Q&A will take place from 9:00am - 11:00am.

Session 1 & 2
  • Selective Review of the Basics of GD&T
  • Introduction to Stack Up Analysis

Q & A from Session 1 & 2
  • Review of homework problems from sessions 1 & 2
  • Discussion of questions submitted by email
  • Selected topics for emphasis

Session 3 & 4
  • Understanding Dimensional Variation
  • Rules and Details: ASME &14.5 - 2018
  • Issues Regarding Part Constraint and Restraint

Q & A from Sessions 3 & 4
  • Review of homework problems from sessions 3 & 4
  • Discussion of questions submitted by email
  • Selected topics for emphasis

Session 5 & 6
  • Non Work-Related Datum Schemes
  • Datum Schemes and Datum Strategies
  • Common Tolerancing Applications

Q & A from Sessions 5 & 6
  • Review of homework problems from sessions 5 & 6
  • Discussion of questions submitted by email
  • Selected topics for emphasis

Session 7 & 8
  • Tolerance Stack Analysis Methods
  • Common Types of Datum Features
  • Datum Target Applications
  • Dimensional Management
  • Capability for Positional Tolerances

Q & A from Sessions 7 & 8
  • Review of homework problems from sessions 5 & 6
  • Discussion of questions submitted by email
  • Selected topics for emphasis

Instructor/Facilitator: Mark A. Morris was elected an American Society for Quality Fellow in 2013. Mark has taught in seven countries and in 24 of the United States. He has work experience in tooling and manufacturing as a machinist, toolmaker, gage builder, college instructor, technical writer, and quality professional in roles from Quality Engineer to Manager of Quality Planning to Director of Continuous Improvement. His expertise lies in quality engineering, dimensional management, reliability, maintainability, and quality systems. Credentials include undergraduate degrees in manufacturing engineering technology, industrial education, and metalworking; Master of Education degree from the College of Technology at Bowling Green State University; Certified Quality Engineer (CQE), Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE), and Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) certifications from the American Society for Quality; and Senior Level Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Professional (GDTP) certification from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Mr Morris is an ASQ Validated Instructor with the ASQ Learning Institute. He presently serves as member of ASQ and Chair for the Ann Arbor chapter of Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME).


This course is not currently scheduled. Please email us at workforcetraining@grcc.edu for information about the next offering or if you are a business looking for customized training.