More and more enterprises are adding GD&T requirements to their conventionally toleranced engineering drawings, necessitating training of this type. An understanding of GD&T is required in order to correctly interpret these GD&T controlled engineering drawings.
The basics of GD&T will be reviewed. Included will be some hands-on examples of measuring of part features using the application of GD&T principals. Starting with basic print reading knowledge, the seminar will cover the symbols, terminology and rules of GD&T as based on the current version of the standard ASME Y14.5M-1994.
Upon completion of the seminar, participants will be able to:
*Identify datums and their use
*Understand the relationship of size dimensions to the form of the part
*Interpret feature control frames
*Compute Maximum Material Condition (MMC) & Least Material Condition (LMC) values
*Compute positional tolerance zones including use of bonus tolerancing
*Design simple MMC gages under GD&T control
*Interpret the five general rules of GD&T
*Inspect to composite positional tolerancing requirements
*Apply graphical inspection analysis to GD&T control