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Highlights of the ISO GPS Quick Reference Software

Take a quick look at the features and benefits of the ISO GPS Quick Reference software, a valuable on-the-job resource for designers, engineers, and inspectors who use ISO GPS standards.

This program is based on multiple ISO GPS standards and allows you to look up technical drawing information in one place, without having to navigate through numerous standards. The tolerancing information is arranged in a logical order, with definitions, examples, and illustrations of each concept.

The ISO GPS Quick Reference focuses on the GPS (geometrical product specification) portion of the ISO standards, allowing you to interpret the symbols, terms, and concepts used in communicating workpiece requirements on technical drawings. The basis of GPS is geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T); however, GPS includes more than GD&T for defining a workpiece.


This video introduces the ISO GPS Quick Reference and gives a short demonstration on how this software is used. It also describes three important benefits of using ISO GPS Quick Reference.

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