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Tolerance Stack-Up Analysis

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$ 900.00

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This three-day course is an advanced GD&T tolerance accumulation analysis course. This course is a minimum lecture, maximum experience and participation format focusing on the effects of GD&T-specified tolerances. Objectives: Introduce the most important and most widely utilized concepts of the Y14.5M-1994 standard; Enable participants to calculate minimum and maximum tolerance accumulations when Y14.5M-1994 control symbols appear on drawings; Continue preparing the participants for the ASME GDTP certification exams. 1.6 CEUs. Fee per person: $900

Provider:


Applied Geometrics, Inc.

Topic(s):


Manufacturing

Who Should Attend?


Those who are responsible for specifying, interpreting and analyzing tolerances. Individuals desiring to become certified Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Professionals (GDTP) by passing the ASME GDTP certification exams.


Course Description

This three-day course is an advanced GD&T tolerance accumulation analysis course. This course is a minimum lecture, maximum experience and participation format focusing on the effects of GD&T-specified tolerances.


Objectives


Reasons For Attending

If you have been through the Basic and Advanced GD&T courses, and you're responsible for determining the effects of tolerances, this course is for you. This program is an extrapolation of your education in the Y14.5M-1994 standard.


Program Outline

  • Introduction: Objectives and Review of GD&T
  • Review of the Most Complex Controls and Rules
  • Tolerance Stack-Up Analysis
  • Review of Actual Prints (Participant and Instructor Supplied)
  • Practical Team Exercises (throughout)

  • Who Should Attend

    This program emphasizes, in particular, those who are responsible for specifying, interpreting and analyzing tolerances. Individuals desiring to become certified Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Professionals (GDTP) by passing the ASME GDTP certification exams should take this course.

    Prerequisites

    Basic and Advanced GD&T or intimate familiarity and proficiency with the concepts and practices of GD&T.


    Sponsor Background:

    Applied Geometrics, Inc. is committed to train manufacturing industry’s personnel how to realize a higher return on investment by utilizing a standardized, concise and internationally accepted language of engineering expression. Below are profiles of each of AGI’s presenters and staff. Consider us a resource. We welcome questions regarding GD&T, our training course offerings, consulting services or any dimensional management issues that you would like to discuss.

    Mark E. Foster

    President/GD&T Instructor/Mentor

    South Lyon, Michigan

    Mr. Foster is a mechanical engineer with over 30 years of experience in design, quality, and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T). He is currently the President of Applied Geometrics, Inc. AGI is a technical education and mentoring firm dedicated to providing support and high quality education and training services that improve a company’s competitive position, and profitability.

    Mark is a member of the ASME Y14.2 committee and participates regularly in the ASME Y14 meetings throughout the country. Mark has held Management positions in Quality Assurance, Manufacturing Engineering, and Design Engineering and is the chief instructor for AGI. He has provided GD&T training for hundreds of individuals and companies, such as Harley-Davidson, Delco Electronics (Delphi), Nissan, Briggs & Stratton, Woodward Governor Company, Dart Container Corporation, Skil-Bosch Power Tools and more, in GD&T, SPC, ISO/QS-9000, and Print Reading, as well as Train-the-trainer classes.

    Mark was a charter member of the Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Professional (GDTP) Senior Level examination. He passed the first ever GDTP Senior Level exam administered by the ASME, and is Senior Level Certified (GDTP #S-0114) to the ASME-Y14.5M-1994 standard.

    Unlike many GD&T instructors, Mark has actually applied his training to real-world designs on a regular basis during his extensive experience from the design, manufacturing and quality perspectives. This experience and ongoing practical application provides him with the unique ability to relate the common problems that inevitably arise between these groups during the production of a part.

    Jaime G. Dadez

    GD&T Instructor/Mentor

    Browntown, Wisconsin

    Mr. Dadez is mechanical design engineering expert with over 35 years of experience in designing with GD&T. He is currently a full-time mentor and instructor with AGI.

    Jaime has a wide variety of real-world design and manufacturing experience. He worked as a designer for Woodward Governor Company and for Eclipse Combustion, Inc. He has been in charge of test engineer functions and research and development projects at both of those companies.

    Jaime has provided training in Print Reading and GD&T to hundreds of engineers, designers, manufacturers and inspectors.

    Jaime is also a member of the ASME Y14.2 committee and participates regularly in the ASME Y14 meetings as well. : Jaime is Senior Level Certified (GDTP #S-0332) to the ASME-Y14.5M-1994 standard.

    Manuel Ortiz

    GD&T Instructor/Mentor

    Woodstock, Illinois

    Mr. Ortiz has been a quality supervisor and CMM programmer/operator with over 10 years of experience in industry. Recently he joined the AGI team as a bilingual (Spanish/English) instructor.

    Manuel was born in Mexico, but has lived in the U.S.A. since he was eight years old and is a US Citizen. He has taught English in Mexico. He attended McHenry County College and has an Associate of Science degree. He is also certified in GD&T at the Senior level. (GDTP-S5249)

    Señor Ortiz served as the president of the Latinos Unidos at McHenry, the largest Latino organization on its campus. He also served as president of the Campus Activities Board while there. His hobbies include writing and directing. He is translating our GD&T training materials into Spanish and will instruct both English and Spanish classes.

    Donald J. Tworek

    Vice-President

    Harwood Heights, Illinois

    Mr. Tworek is the Vice-President of Applied Geometrics; Inc. with decades of experience in engineering and corporate management. Mr. Tworek is available to answer any questions you may have pertaining to course registration, accounts payable/receivable, or any other administrative issues.

    Debbie Sunden

    Business Development Manager

    Richland, MI

    Ms. Sunden can assist you with course registration, scheduling, on-site proposals, and all administrative related issues.

     

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