Industry uses GD&T to specify contractual requirements. Unfortunately, many people within industry have a flawed or incomplete understanding of the subject. Our basic course builds competence to correctly apply and interpret the rules, definitions, principles, and symbols per the American National Standard, ASME Y14.5 - 2009, in only two days! This course provides a common language to improve communication, so set-up requirements and tolerance zones are clearly understood by all.
Just think, if you fixed communication in your company, how many of your problems would go away overnight?
Key Course Objectives:
- Definitions and Fundamental Rules
- Dimensions, Tolerances and GD&T
- Datum Features and Datum Schemes
- Form Tolerances
- Orientation Tolerances
- Location Tolerances
- Profile Tolerances
- Runout Tolerances
- Other Related Thoughts
- A Business Case for GD&T
- Learn the rules, definitions, and symbols of ASME Y14.5 - 2009
- Interpret specified feature control frames
- Interpret and simulate specified datum reference frames
- Describe the shape, size, and location of tolerance zones
- Calculate feature size requirements given specified tolerances
|Instructor/Facilitator: Mark A. Morris was elected an American Society for Quality Fellow in 2013. Mark has taught in seven countries and in 22 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 teh American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Mr Morris is an ASQ Validated Instructor with the ASQ Learning Institute. He presently serves as Deputy Regional Director for ASQ Region 10 and Chair Elect for the Ann Arbor chapter fo Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME).