ETI's On-site Training
Let ETI provide
your organization with the most current, comprehensive GD&T
instruction in industry. One
of ETI's qualified instructors will come to your site to conduct
hands-on GD&T workshops. We provide training at locations around
the world, and all of our workshops can be customized to include
your drawings and parts.
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Live Web Training Now Available
Our workshops are also available through live web training. ETI's live web training eliminate travel time and expenses. You pay for the training, not the additional administrative costs of flights, hotels, and rental cars. This innovative learning option allows companies and professionals located throughout the world to take advantage of ETI courses with convenient scheduling options that often aren’t feasible or affordable with traditional onsite training. Read more about live web training.
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Take a look
at some of the reasons that ETI is the number one choice for GD&T
training and materials.
courses were developed by the expert.
training was developed by Alex Krulikowski, an expert on geometric
tolerancing and a member of several national and international tolerancing committees.
Alex has over 30 years of experience using GD&T on the job. He
also has a degree in industrial vocational education. He understands
adult learning principles, so all of his courses utilize a series
of goals and objectives that reinforce concepts and produce measurable
more about Alex.
ETI instructors are industry
All of ETI's instructors
are industry professionals who have years of experience applying
GD&T on the job. Read
about ETI's training team.
workshop students gain on-the-job skills.
of ETI's materials are performance-based and each workshop approaches
the subject from a design perspective. Students
who attend our workshops walk away with more than knowledge: they
learn how to correctly apply newly learned concepts on the job.
About Our Workshops
Y14.5M-1994 to2009 Update
The one-day ASME Y14.5-2009 Update Workshop will teach you about the pertinent changes made to the Y14.5 standard. You'll learn how the subject matter has been reorganized, and about new sections that have been created for profile, orientation, and form.
ISO Geometrical Tolerancing
Enable global sourcing for your company and learn to read drawings created in other countries. The ISO Geometrical Tolerancing workshop will teach you the ins and outs of utilizing the ISO standards. The 3-day course will give you a fundamental knowledge of ISO 1101:2004 and related standards and their application on drawings.
Engineering Drawing Requirements
Working with engineering drawings involves analyzing, making decisions, and processing data. This workshop is based on practical application of print interpretation and will give you a better understanding of the view representation, dimensions, tolerances, and symbols used on prints. You'll improve your understanding of engineering drawings and gain more effective communication on the job.
of GD&T Overview (ASME
your employees with a one-day overview of
geometric dimensioning and tolerancing basics.
Y14.5M-1994 to ISO Standard Comparison
For international organizations, we can train
your employees in the differences between the ASME and ISO
Model Tolerancing (Based on ASME
Understand the fundamental definitions, concepts, and
methods from the ASME Y14.41-2003 Standard. The Standard establishes requirements for preparing, organizing
and interpreting 3D digital product images. It also provides
a guide for CAD software developers working on improved modeling
and annotation practices for the engineering community. The
Solid Model Tolerancing course is not based on any single
CAD system or product development process. It covers concepts
and standards that can be applied with a number of CAD systems.
Tolerance Stacks (Concept Driven)
Build upon the methods
taught in Tolerance
Stacks Using GD&T. This one-day
course includes a brief review of several terms used in statistical
stacks. It explains four methods for applying statistics to
tolerance stacks and covers precautions about when and how
to use statistics in stacks. The course ends with several
stacks that students can use to practice applying statistical
Executive Overview of GD&T (ASME Y14.5M-1994)
This overview provides an introduction to GD&T and how it will benefit an organization. Learn how GD&T affects the product development process and provides insights into the skills and strategies for maximizing ROI from using GD&T. You'll understand why GD&T is superior to coordinate tolerancing and receive an introduction to the terms, symbols, rules, and geometric controls used in GD&T.
System Approach to Component Tolerancing
Learn and practice the system approach to component design. This course will change the way many engineers think about part tolerancing. Students will actually do a design functional analysis on a customer assembly, then specify GD&T on components from the assembly during the workshop.
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quote package contact
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