GD&T Applications Workshop Using Company Drawings
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Who Should Attend
- GD&T Applications Workshop Using Company Drawings (ASME Y14.5M-1994)
Our one-day GD&T applications workshop is an interactive workshop that focuses on the interpretation of GD&T applications on your company drawings. The workshop involves a few short lectures, numerous class discussions, guided practice, and student questions on the application of GD&T on drawings.
- There are two versions of the applications workshop: one for drawing users and one for drawing creators.
The GD&T Applications Workshop is intended for anyone who interprets your engineering drawings: engineers, quality personnel, supplier quality engineers.
The goal of this course is to teach each student to:
- Apply GD&T fundamentals course concepts to company drawings
- Interpret GD&T applications on company drawings
- Recognize poor GD&T applications
workshop participant receives:
• Workshop drawing package
• Workshop notes
• A certificate of completion
Lectures set the stage for class discussions and activities about drawing quality and GD&T applications. The discussions include understanding the drawing requirements and the general approach for inspection. The instructor will discuss the GD&T applications on your drawings, provide suggestions on how vague specifications could be clarified, and ask thought-provoking questions that will engage the participants as they analyze the drawing requirements.
The workshop is geared to a maximum of 20 students. In order to maximize the class benefits, some preparation is required. A company employee should be assigned to coordinate pre-workshop activities.
Four weeks prior to the workshop. . .
The course coordinator should:
- Identify 10-15 company drawings for the workshop drawing package
- Send or email workshop drawing package and agenda to company participants for workshop pre-work
- Send or email workshop drawing package to ETI instructor
Each participant should:
- Review each drawing in the workshop drawing package
- Create at least two questions about each drawing for class use
- Send questions to the class coordinator within one week of receipt
Two weeks prior to the workshop. . .
The course coordinator should send or email participant questions to the ETI instructor
attend our workshops walk away with more than knowledge. They gain
on-the-job skills because our materials are performance-based, and
each workshop approaches the subject from a design perspective.
For more onsite workshop information or to request
a custom quote package contact a GD&T account executive
at 1-800-886-0909, email firstname.lastname@example.org,
or use our online training
quote request form.
Companion products: Fundamentals of GD&T textbook, The GD&T Ultimate Pocket
Guide; ASME Y14.5M-1994 Reference chart